Welcome to ComicZoneAZ.com, the official website of Scottsdale, Arizona’s number one comic book retailer, Comic Zone! We have serviced the Phoenix area’s comic book needs by providing the best service we can to each and every one of our customers!
Please Note: We will be closed in Scottsdale as of May 30, 2011 at 6 pm. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
Our comics have relocated to THRIVE! Community Center at the corner of 7th St and Sheridan (just south of Thomas) in Phoenix, where we maintain a Comic Zone within the center.
If you are interested in buying in bulk, talk to us. We are open to negotiations.
Recent Blog Posts:
Note: This blog contains posts by Andy, Linda, and Avery. For easier maneuverability, go to the Blog page and click on a person’s name to read their posts. Andy’s posts are more comics-related, Linda’s posts are more business-related, and Avery’s posts are on various and sundry topics. And please feel free to comment. Happy Reading!
- 27 June 2011 : Reincarnation (No Comments)
Just as so many super-heroes have a new life after they have been pronounced dead in one storyline or another, so does Comic Zone have a new life of sorts. We [More...]
- 28 May 2011 : Comic Zone is Closing on Monday, May 30th (No Comments)
It is with a heavy heart that I share this news to anyone following. As you can tell, we haven't made a blog post since August, and it was shortly after [More...]
- 27 August 2010 : Scott Pilgrim-mania! (No Comments)
So in addition to the Scott Pilgrim movie being excellent, the video game is a lot of fun. But don't forget where all of this Scott Pilgrim mania originated - [More...]
- 20 August 2010 : Grant Morrison On Superman (No Comments)
Here is a video of Grant Morrison interviewed by Wired Magazine's Adam Rogers. Grant discusses the story behind All Star Superman and other interesting tales. Grant also talks about Superman's [More...]
- 9 August 2010 : Alan Moore’s ‘Unearthing’ (No Comments)
Please go read this cool article in the New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/27/books/27moore.html?_r=1 This is about Alan Moore's new project called Unearthing. This is a very different thing for Alan Moore to do, [More...]