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Literary-device lovers can spend hours browsing through Nostalgic Books and Comics, which offers the latest in comic books and graphic novels, as well as renowned classics written by the hallowed monsters of plot. Those who mysteriously sprout word bubbles will identify with Nostalgic's selection of new comics (prices vary; around $3 each), such as the 700th issue of Superman, or the newest selection from Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock series. Explore the annals of narrative artwork history with an old comic (average price $2), or finger through the store's action-packed paperback (around $8) and hardcover (around $20) book section, which runs the gamut of sci-fi/fantasy tales such as Neil Gaiman's Stardust, but also stocks mainstream bestsellers. The store also offers T-shirts (around $15) and posters (around $10), in addition to occasional evening screenings of films such as Independence Day and The Sandlot.