Denver >Shopping > All In A Dream Comics
2901 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO | Directions 8020639.740316 -104.953490
Neighborhoods: Northeast Denver, City Park
Quit your bitching. – I've been going to this store for a few years now, and most of my favorite comics came from here.
This is a very well-rounded comic shop, stocking every kind of comic. To hear anybody talk bad about a man who has been in that old store for as long as he has is disrespectful!. That man has given his life to owning a store that supplies YOU with the BEST comic books while he lives in poverty. Appreciate what you have, folks. And always support local stores! If you think the man is cranky, just buy your JLA comic and get out!
dont know what these douche . bags are talking about – I went to this store being to killgore before in the past and seeing nothing i wanted or needed. I came here for comic boxes, seeing a HUGE selection i shopped around and found a vast selection of past issues and exactly what i was looking for, jim lee x-men issues from 91 he showed around and we had great conversations, i have read various poor reviews on this site and had to speak up in his name, if you were spoken to like a retard, chances are you probably are a mongoloid, either that or a noob. but this man was helpful, extremely friendly, and a generous business owner, he had seen that my girlfriend was pregnant and had given me a fair if not generous deal on comics. all in all, im going back tomorrow because he has what i want, hes a cool guy, and the store is real. if you had gotten made fun of, theres probably a really good reason why. nuff said
Worst comic book store ever – I have never been to a worse comic store. Seriously, this place nearly ruined my Free Comic Book Day experience. I go in there and ask about his free comic books and possible sales and instead of an answer all I could get was a dirty look. I didn't want to be the guy to go in, get some free stuff, and leave, so I look through his selection of what was supposed to be recent issues and I ask him about a comic title that I was interested in. Again all I got was a dirty look so I start to leave and the guy starts hassling me about the promo issues I had, starts complaining about me coming in too early (even though the door was unlocked and the sign said open) and told me to leave. You would think that a small business being based on customer relations would treat their customers with respect, but this guy obviously has none and doesn't deserve the customers he has. Seriously, this place couldn't be a worse place to shop. Don't go here because giving this guy business only keeps him in business and gives him more opportunities to try and make people feel as low as himself.
complete disrespect. – I've been to this store on more than a few occasions to buy comics. No complaints until today. I went there this time to buy some mtg boosters and a few singles. First of all, the guy (owner I believe) would hardly acknowledge me and was acting annoyed with my simple questions. I looked through his book of singles searching for a play set of a rare card I had found. I could barely get this guy to answer any of my questions. When I asked him another question about the price of a card he quickly dismissed it and told me I had to leave his store. When I asked why he told me I was "distracting" him and then accused me of trying to steal from him. I was very offended but tried to explain that I am an honest person and was there to spend money at his store. He pointed in my face and called me a liar. He then proceeded to escort me out of the store where he again got in my face and accused me of being a liar and a stealer. Keep in mind I have already spent money at his shop in the past. I spend easily one hundred dollars a month on mtg and was prepared to spend some of my hard earned cash right then and there. I will never return to that poorly run pit and and am very angry about the complete lack of respect I was shown. Shop there if you want, but don't expect to be treated liked an honest human being if you're not one of his familiar, regular, first-name basis, PAYING customers. However, if you like being treated like dirt, and enjoy being called a liar and a stealer, then you'll fit right in at ALL IN A DREAM!
Excellent store – I'm not sure who the negative reviewer on this page encountered at All In a Dream, but the only two guys who work there, including Ray the owner, are VERY knowledgable about comics. They definitely would have known what this guy was talking about if he asked in a halfway intelligent manner. I admit Ray isn't the most overtly friendly guy, but he's honest and a great conversationalist when the mood strikes him. His collection of back issues is huge. I've gotten probably half of my collection from him over the years. The store is old, but it's not dirty. And anybody that considers that a bad neighborhood, especially in broad daylight, has to be some sort of sheltered suburbanite.
One of the BEST comic book shops in town!! – I was incredibly sad to see Highlander close it's doors because I loved the place & the guys who ran it were the best, so I had to find a new comic book shop. I decided to zip by All In A Dream just to see what the place was like.
I showed up there yesterday a bit late & the owner was just closing up. He re-opened the store just for me. We had a great conversation about comics, sports, business, etc. & we HAD JUST MET. Not only is the owner incredibly knowledgeable about comics, he is the friendliest person!
The store itself was very easy to navigate & everything was pretty easy to find.& the atmosphere of the place is very mellow & I immediately felt comfortable. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend All In A Dream to anyone who wants a great experience & a cool place to spend your hard-earned cash.
One of the worst comic stores in Denver – First time at store. Not friendly, accusatory, very dirty and grimy. Employeee (owner?) did not ask if I needed help looking for anything. Seemed very leery of wanting to answer "do you have silver age back issues?" Very large back issue selection though, but won't sell "back issues" to "collectors", but prices them with Overstreet prices. Back issues are bagged in the very old, rubbery comic bags of the 80's. Very dusty and grimy on the back issues as well. Person at store didn't understand what .10 or .12 cent covers meant when I asked-- again, as in Silver Age back issues.
Located in a "bad" (older) part of East Denver.
Local Comics – Has a great collection of graphic novels and the owner Ray Barber is very knowledgeable when it comes to finding a title.
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