Martin Luther King Jr. Need more action figures? The arcade has a selection of pinball machines and also serves wine and beer. Country Club Drive, SuiteMesa. Be greeted by Krampus when you enter Gotham City Comics in downtown Mesa but don't be afraid, there's a huge selection of comics and film memorabilia here. Thunderbird Road, Glendale. Thunderbird Road, SuiteGlendale. Litchfield Road.
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Details E. Southern Ave. The Phoenix location is their largest, and is one of the largest comic book specialty stores in the country. The lounge does sell Pokemon and Magic: The Gathering cards online. You can also submit an online request if you want to play a particular game at the arcade.
Details: 46 W. Main St. On a March 7 Facebook post, store managers said the bar would reopen soon. Details: S. Gilbert Road, Suite A-7, Mesa. Details: East Jasmine St. Grab some coins and play your favorite games from the '80s and '90s at the new Player 1 Arcade in Surprise. Metro Phoenix is home to a few nerdy sanctuaries. The 20 best places for geeks, nerds and gaming in metro Phoenix. Details: Tempe: W. Broadway Road, Gilbert: W.
Details: E. Van Buren St. This locally owned store sells comic books, collectibles, action figures, games, T-shirts, posters and prints. To play at Maricopa Esports, a membership is required. There are places that serve alcohol, because sometimes it's fun to drink a little while playing on a vintage Sega Genesis. Fallout Games are located in Tempe, Mesa and there are two locations in north Phoenix.
Games rotate in and out of the arcade on a monthly basis. Facebook Twitter. The bar has 40 arcade games — from Marvel vs. With a focus on tabletop and card games, video games and comics, it's a hub to buy all your tabletop gear including dice and cards. Glendale Ave. Imperial carries all things tabletop, RPG, miniatures and non-collectible card gaming. Cobra Arcade Bar is a 21 and up bar located in downtown Phoenix open late nights and weekends. Share your feedback to help improve our site!
Details : Gamer dating Tempe. Alma School Road, Mesa. Every month a group of film geeks would descend on Tempe movie theaters to watch movie screenings of cult classics. For geeks, there's nothing better than being surrounded by people or environments with similar passions and interests in movies, games and comic books.
Find a wide selection of new and retro video games and third-party accessories at The Gaming Zone.
Pick a game, grab a button smasher mojito and some Tekken skewers. Dysart Road, SuiteGlendale.
The gaming lounge, bar and restaurant has classic and new games up for play from Sega Genesis to Nintendo Switch with more than video game titles to choose from. Owner Ken Brown prides himself on running "Arizona's friendliest comic store," where a familial atmosphere makes the store's 2, square feet seem small. So keep that in mind as you go forth and find your haven. After four years of rebuilding, Endgame is back and open in Mesa. Follow the group on social media for the latest updates and details.
Details:allaboutbooksandcomics. Some popular stores and shops have closed permanently while others are shut down temporarily and places that remain open have safety protocols in place. Central Ave. The brick-and-mortar store may be gone, but comic books are still for sale. The store recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and hosts in-store celebrity ings. Also E. Indian School Road, Phoenix.
Pick a character and you will receive a bag of comic books. The city sanctioned esports program, Maricopa Esports hosts weekly video game tournaments, known as Versus Challenges.
As is often the case, it's a good idea to call or check the website before you go. Details: cultclassicsaz. Details : N. Scottsdale Road, Tempe. The store has a location in Tempe and Gilbert.
Players can also sell their unwanted games here, too. The venue is also host of gaming tournaments. Details: W. Ray Road, Suite 7, Chandler. The monthly option lets the holder bring two guests for free during the membership term. This store used to be in multiple locations, but has consolidated to one central location in Chandler. This gaming location sells board games, comics, miniatures, role player games and tabletop games.
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Others are family-friendly spots where you can sip an espresso while perusing comic books, or learn to play tabletop games with fellow adventurers. You can also sell or trade games here, too. Details: N. Second St. Details : E. Indian School Road. This all-ages arcade open on Fridays and Saturdays has more than 45 pinball machines and more than classic video arcade games. Up to 10 players can participate within the facility.