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Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles Brooklyn Warehouse event


VIa PR, longtime comics vendor Joseph Koch announces a big comics swap meet out in Sunset Park. Given the number of folks we hear complaining (ourselves included) about how to, er, dispose of comics books that they literally cannot give away, this could be a lively event:

Where: 206-208 41st St., Brooklyn, NY 11232 (Corner of 2nd Avenue)
When: Saturday December 12th and Sunday December 13, 11am to 5pm.

Joseph Koch & Neat Stuff Collectibles present the largest single vendor buying and selling event in comics history! We have 1,000,000 comics to sell, and are looking to buy MILLIONS more! NOT ONLY COMICS, we’re looking to buy and sell all kinds of collectibles and memorabilia, including:

Comic Books, Sports Cards and collectibles, Non-Sports Cards, World’s Fair items, James Bond, Original Comic Art, Music Memorabilia, Puzzles, Lunchboxes, Toys, and Games. You name it, We want it! BUYING, Selling, and Trading EVERYTHING! Paying Top Dollar! $$$$

Has your comic store given up on selling back issues? They only carry a few issues here or there? Don’t fret. Back issues do have a home in NYC – in Brooklyn! 3/4 million sorted books, 200,000+ for $1 each. Is your comic store not interested in buying your collection, because they don’t sell back issues? Bring ’em to Brooklyn!

The hot and hip outer borough, Brooklyn is the primordial home of Pop Culture: In 1999, Victoria (Posh Spice) and soccer star David Beckham named their first child “Brooklyn”. Over 50 years earlier, Jack (King) Kirby, co-creator of Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, and the entire medium-revolutionizing Marvel Comics Universe – knighted the American member of the Nazi-fighting Boy Commandos “Brooklyn”. Bring us your Neat Stuff to sell and star in your own “Brooklyn Antiques Roadshow”!

Go to www.nycomicwarehouse.com for more information and updates.
Sponsored in part by Forbidden Planet New York.


  1. This might be worth filling up the car and driving in from Queens. I’m been trying to figure out a way to scale down the collection as it is…thanks for the post.

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