Shopping >Foundation's Edge
as a guy that knows very little about buying or selling comics, i called to get some info on a few that i want to unload.Daniel answered and even though they weren't buying any at the time, he was extremely helpful w/info about when they would start back and what to do in the mean time. I will look to these guys again soon in the future. Thanks Daniel, u were a great help
2nd best and rude. There is no comparison between this shop and the two locations of Capital Comics, the best stores for comics in Raleigh (and maybe the Triangle). At Capital you feel at home and the staff actually is friendly. The regime here seems to not care about making new customers since they are often condescending, ala the Hipster Record Shop Clerk Syndrome. Plus, Capital Comics has discounts on comics everyday, so it is always the better choice. Don't ask when the sales are at Foundations Edge - they won't tell you or worse they will lie and say they will have one on a certain weekend and whne you show up it isn't on!!
Science fiction dominates at this quirky bookshop..
Any store named after an Isaac Asimov novella obviously knows its science fiction. Indeed, the store has several hundred sci-fi/fantasy paperbacks lining its walls. Foundation's Edge sells new and used comics, fantasy magazines, roleplaying games, videos, and toys. Of note: Check out the selection of anime available for rent.
Fat guy that works there is rude, rude, rude.. I go in there and I get nothing but stupid looks from the fat guy that works behind the counter. Not only that, but as I am buying a comic, he uses it to smack a fly. What the heck? I'm never going into that place again unless the management changes. The other people there are nice, but its capitol comics for me, or I'll use the internet.
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