115 West Central Road
Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056
Manager: Anthony Graan
Monday - Friday 10-8
Proudly serving the Mt. Propect community since 1996, this location carries the widest selection of new comics and graphic novels. You'll find all the titles you'd expect to find from DC, Marvel, Dark Horse and Image and more as well as a diverse selection from inependant companies like Drawn & Quarterly, Top Shelf and Zenescope.
Also as a full service pop culture store we carry dozens of t-shirts from superhero to video games and culture icons, action figures, posters and the all ages favorite Uglydolls.
You will also find a full complement of comics to satisfy the young reader in your home such as Tiny Titans, Bone, Archie, Sonic the Hedgehog and the Marvel Super Hero Squad.
606 Davis Street
Evanston, Illinois 60201
Manager: Joe Chouinard
OPEN: Monday - Friday 10-8
Established in December of 2000, Comix Revolution's Evanston location is only minutes from the southern tip of Northwestern University and minutes north of Chicago.
The store has been described in the Chicago Reader as "pretentious in all the right ways," which hits close to the truth. Heavily emphasizing graphic novels and trade paperbacks, Evanston also brings in independent literary novels and radical books. When most comic shops bring in novels, they usually come at it thru superhero comics, Evanston Comix Revolution explores the written word thru alternative and independent comics.
As a result, we offer a magazine selection which runs from McSweeney's Quarterly to Bust Magazine to Cometbus to Punk Planet. We carry books from Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn, from Mark Ryden and Coop, and from Dave Eggers and David Sedaris. It's a wide variety of titles, but we guarantee you'll find something unexpected and delightful.
With over two thousand graphic novels instock every day, Comix Revolution arguably offers the widest selection of graphic novels in the Chicagoland area. The staff at our Evanston store can help to track down any in-print titles your looking for and provide clues on where you might find out-of-print titles.