Superheroes, once so rare that large cities were allotted only one, have become so common that most households now have their own Kryptonian errand runner or adamantium-clawed firewood chopper. Explore the world outside your window with today’s deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of comic books or other store items at Heroes on Dundas Street.
Located in a sprawling 4,000-square-foot space, Heroes is one of southwest Ontario’s largest comic-book-and-collectibles store. Old and new comics titles ($3–$5), manga, trade paperbacks, and graphic novels ($10–$30) muscle their way onto Heroes’ store shelves, ultimately meeting their match against a range of plastic-jawed statues ($100–$200), action figures, and other collectible toys ($10–$20). Card cravers can shuffle over to the store’s stockpile of collectible-card-game and sports cards, with individual packs ranging from $2 to $10, and boxes from $80 to $120. Armed with the great power of today’s Groupon, head to Heroes and accept great responsibility over an elaborately illustrated future.