Comic Book Men is a show that is for Fanboys by Fanboys. Set in uber-geek Kevin Smith's iconic comic shop Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, the show explores every nook and cranny of Fanboy culture from A to Z. Endless circular debates about the technical accuracy of the USS Enterprise's warp-core schematics? Snarky comic aficionados with an encyclopedic knowledge of every Marvel back issue? You bet.
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Legendary horror actor Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, visits the Secret Stash to personally deliver a birthday present to Ming.
The crew of the Stash and several cosplayers celebrate the Centennial of the late, Jack “the King” Kirby. Kirby was one of the greatest innovators in the history of comic books.
Actor and rapper Method Man talks to the guys about his collection of comic books. Starsky & Hutch gear takes over The Stash.
Jay & Silent Bob cosplayers take over the streets of Red Bank as the Comic Book Men try to set a new Guinness book World Record.
Rare and interesting Star Wars items are making their way into the Secret Stash. Walt is trying to secure a unique item for the store.
Rosario Dawson visits the Stash. The Comic Book Men attend a premiere screening of Shooting Clerks, a film about Kevin, Jason, Walt, Brian and how a group of friends made this groundbreaking movie. And a Valentine themed superheroes book finds a new owner.
Batman actor Burt Ward talks about his time as the Caped Crusader and judges a canine cosplay contest.
The guys agree to baby-sit a friend's daughter for the afternoon; an Indiana Jones superfan.
Walt and the guys visit BronyCon, a fan convention for "My Little Pony." A customer wants to sell a board game from the 1970s featuring Godzilla.
Walt considers buying the hand and footprints of Adam West and Burt Ward. A customer sells a rare set of Star Wars comic strips.
The co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kevin Eastman.
Walt has a business proposition for original Ghostbuster, Ernie Hudson; cartoon shampoo bottles.
Adam West visits and a race between the Batmobile and Black Beauty ensues.
Artist Neal Adams and writer Denny O'Neil visit the Stash; a set of 50-year-old Batman night lights.
Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) stops by the Stash; a rare Star Wars action figure.
Kevin's assistant learns about comic book retail; pro wrestlers want to sell their comic.
Darryl McDaniels of Run DMC brings his new comic to the Stash; the guys look at a Marvel Silver Age number one issue.
Billy Dee Williams stops by the store to win the Millennium Falcon the same way Lando lost it: a high-stakes card game.
The guys attend a KISS concert; Walt lives out his childhood dream of meeting Gene Simmons.
Jason Mewes hangs out and plays clerk at the Stash; Walt wants to acquire a mysterious recreation of comic book art.
A returning customer brings in a toy that Walt always coveted; an aspiring student brings in an autographed book.
Walt challenges the guys to perform stand up comedy at the Stash. A collector brings in key Marvel comics from the 1960s.
Kevin Smith sends his daughter to the Stash to learn how to be a clerk; a customer wants to sell rare and unusual "Rocky" action figures.
Walt and the boys go on a trip to cross off a bucket-list item; four key Spider-Man issues come to the Stash.
The Stash sponsors a blood drive at the shop with the help of horror queen Elvira; the boys discuss the joys of ``Mystery Science Theater 3000.''
When a vintage 1980s Pac-Man game lands on the counter, Ming prepares for battle; a rare Beatles board game excites the guys.
KITT from ``Knight Rider'' pulls up to the Stash; a rare Green Arrow Mego figure and Archie Bunker's grandson.
Lindsay Wagner (``The Bionic Woman'') stops in for a Silver Surfer item; Jem and Ghostbusters toys spark another round of banter.
Things get medieval when Ming and a customer joust over the price of Batman #111. Later, Wolverine shows up as the largest statue to ever enter the Stash.
Kevin and Harley come to town for the Yoga Hosers premiere. Later, Ming gets transformed into the lead villain by a special-effects-makeup legend.
Members of the 501st Legion of Storm Troopers invade the Stash looking for new recruits. Later, lives are at stake over the fate of a vintage Ewok playset.
Ralph Macchio seeks a rare "Karate Kid'' playset; Ming gets an unforgettable lesson; Walt gets excited for a Mechagodzilla.
The guys prepare for a maritime adventure when the Batboat docks in Red Bank; Batman's first appearance.
Jason Mewes inserts himself into transactions involving a Deadshot statue and a vintage Death Star Space Station.
Actress Katrina Law (``Arrow'') wants a copy of Batman 232; old school items involving Popeye, Dynomutt and Pogs.
Walt steps into the ring with a customer over an original Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots game; a rare piece of original Sal Buscema art.
Ramones drummer Marky Ramone shows off his artwork and bonds with Walt over old school robots. A King Kong item bring the boys back to 1975.
A Kreskin ESP game reveals Walt's powers of cognition; discussions about Mork from Ork and Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery.
Peter Mayhew (best known for playing "Chewbacca" in Star Wars) judges a Wookiee contest at the Stash.
Mike flies in the original '66 Batcopter to celebrate 15 years working at the Secret Stash. Also, one of the hottest comic books of the '90s enters the Stash.
Kevin talks comics with actor William Shatner and Walt covets a Mego doll that has unique packaging.
The guys and Bryan visit a "Jaws" museum; super-powered toilet paper comes through.
A hot zombie comic prompts the guys to reconsider their apocalyptic preparations. An eccentric collector comes seeking Walt's help.
Stan Lee drops by the Stash and helps the guys with a customer experiencing a comics crisis. A customer buys a classic issue of Fantastic Four.
Secret Stash employees audition with Walt and Bryan for a role in the claymation film they are making with Brian Quinn.
Legendary comics artist John Romita Jr. draws an original piece for the Stash. Bryan's interest is piqued by an Evel Knievel toy from his childhood.
Inspired by an old friend, the guys wear cowboy hats and celebrate the old Wild West.
Artist Jim Lee shares tales from the world of comics on the podcast; a comic book brings wedding bells to the Stash.
When Ming gets a selfie stick, he tries to go viral by filming the Stash; Walt examines bootleg toys of an '80s blockbuster.
Jason Mewes invites the guys to a Renaissance fair; a customer brings in a valuable item.
The guys have the opportunity to buy a replica of the '66 Batcycle; a collection of Marvel fan magazines from the '70s.
A young man wants to appraise his collection; Walt buys Wayne Gretzky memorabilia.
Bored, Walt quizzes the guys on comic book trivia; a customer sells a Hellboy prop replica.
The Stash helps auction off the work of Mike Esposito; Walt buys a paper doll.
A woman is looking for an Uhura Mego doll from the '70s; an X-Men fan buys the first appearance of Phoenix.
Walt is inspired to form a bowling team; an ill-conceived action figure shows up.
The guys travel to the Baltimore Comic Con to launch their comic book, "Cryptozoic Man". "Sunday Jeff" works on a Saturday to fill in for Walt.
A customer buys a gift for his father's 75th birthday; the Stash throws a party for Superman's 75th birthday.
The guys bid on derelict storage units in hopes of striking it rich; Walt finds a fellow Elfquest fanatic.
A "Dukes of Hazzard" fan stops by the shop in his General Lee to display his collection of show memorabilia. Then, Walt encounters his first "Brony."
Ming has the chance to purchase an oversized toy from the '80s, which would help a customer take his wife out on the perfect date.
A fan sells a Mr. T backyard water game; Ming is inspired to have fun on a hot day; Walt risks the shop's street credibility.
The staff at the Stash receives an invitation to visit a bat cave and a customer arrives at the shop intending to sell his collection of original "Star Wars" action figures.
The guys ask George Perez to help rebuild Mike's collection and a customer sells his set of vintage interactive comic books.
In the hopes of inspiring the resident slacker to adopt a healthier lifestyle, Lou Ferrigno stops by The Stash and a customer searches for a comic created by Frank Miller.
Ming plans a surprise for Walt's anniversary at The Stash; Ming learns the virtue of patience.
The guys try to create their own comic book. Walt buys a signed issue of Creepy.
The guys play charades with a comic-book theme, while Walt seizes an opportunity to purchase original artwork from a favorite artist.
The Stash organizes an auction to help a long time customer/friend sell his comic collection for mounting medical bills. Another customer relates to one of Spider-Man's deadliest enemies.
A customer tries an unusual strategy to sell a popular gaming system, while Ming purchases more nostalgic childhood memorabilia.
The guys have a showdown at a local deli (who have sandwiches made for city fixtures) to see who can make the best sandwich that will represent the Secret Stash.
Walt negotiates for an original Asteroids arcade cabinet. Ming is excited about G.I Joe figures.
The staff prepare for a visit from Stan Lee and Walt has the opportunity to purchase one of the most coveted comic books of the past two decades.
The Stash sells an independent comic book so the guys can see a costumed M.M.A fight; Walt buys nostalgic underwear to use in a bet.
Kevin holds a 5km zombie run for charity that Ming and Mike agree to participate in; Walt makes a deal for an odd item containing autographs from the 1966 "Batman" TV series.
Kevin visits the Stash for a book signing; Jay acts as security; a customer brings in original artwork.
Ming gets to run the store when Walt and Mike take sick; and a customer has first issues of "Iron Man" and "Daredevil" to sell. Ming convinces "Clerks" star Brian "Dante Hicks" O'Halloran to help out.
Ming convinces the other guys to let him represent the Stash in the town's annual sidewalk sale.
The guys throw a birthday bash and later on a customer brings in unusual "Star Wars" memorabilia.
The guys go on a quest to find the legendary Jersey Devil and a customer tries to unload ThunderCats figures.
Walt and the guys head to a convention where, after a setback, they strike gold among trash. Later, a customer brings in an item that Mike covets.
Walt challenges the staff to get tattoos, a woman arrives at the Stash looking for a romantic gift for her boyfriend and Bryan shows interest in a woman's collection of Barbie dolls dressed as super-heroes.
Walt lets Ming run a sales promotion for the Stash based on the current zombie craze.
Kevin blows into town and gets the Stash staff to face off in a game of street hockey.
Walt thinks it’s time for the Stash to shoot a commercial, roping in Bryan to direct. Later, a customer brings in something really special.
Walt challenges Bryan, Ming and Mike to a Collingswood Flea Market selling contest. Items aplenty come in for sale, some good, some not so good. We're also treated to a master class from Pop Culture Expert Robert Bruce.