Decades-old St. Mark's Comics store sets up shop in Brooklyn

A decades-old comic bookstore is now making its home in Brooklyn.

News 12 Staff

Aug 12, 2021, 12:25 PM

Updated 974 days ago

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A decades-old comic bookstore is now making its home in Brooklyn.
After setting up shop in the East Village for 36 years, St. Mark's Comics is now setting up its lair near the artsy shops of Industry City.
While the shelves are packed with comic books, toys, and collectibles, the owner says he plans on ordering more collections in order to get the hard-to-find items.
"We've got a great selection now, but we've always been famous for that thing you cannot find anywhere else and so we're developing that," says Mitch Cutler, the owner of St. Mark's Comics.
Cutler's secret to staying open for so long is customer driven.
"We'll do virtually anything you need us to do. The customer service is really the focus."
The store has already had book signings and plans on having more in the future with a free comic book giveaway on August 14 in Industry City.
"We've already had a couple of signings. We had some creators from Image Comics here, we had Tim Clark, the toy designer here. We will certainly have events around New York Comic Con as we always," Cutler says.


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