Walt has a business proposition for original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson. A customer comes in to sell cartoon shampoo bottles from the '60s.
Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, brings in his earliest sketches of the turtles to the Stash.
Walt considers buying hand and foot prints of Adam West and Burt Ward from the Batman TV show. A customer sells a rare set of Star Wars comic strips.
Walt and the guys visit BronyCon, a fan convention for 'My Little Pony.' A customer wants to sell a board game from the 1970s featuring Godzilla.
The guys agree to help out a friend and babysit her daughter for the afternoon. An Indiana Jones superfan tries to sell rare items from the films.
Walt challenges the guys to perform stand up comedy at the Stash. A collector brings in key Marvel comics from the 1960s.
A returning customer swings by the store with a toy Walt always wanted but never had. An aspiring student brings in a book signed by comic greats.
Kevin Smith sends his daughter Harley to the Stash to learn how to be a clerk. A customer sells his rare and unusual Rocky action figures.
Jason Mewes invites the guys to a Renaissance fair for medieval revelry. A customer brings in one of the most valuable items the Stash has ever seen.
A college hopeful goes to the Stash to appraise his collection and learns the value of comic book grading. Walt buys Wayne Gretzky memorabilia.
The guys have a chance to purchase a replica of the '66 Batcycle. A customer sells his collection of Marvel fan magazines from the '70s.
The Stash helps auction off the work of legendary comic book inker, Mike Esposito. Walt buys the epitome of cool in the form of a paper doll.
A bored Walt decides to quiz the guys on comic book trivia, where a wrong answer lands them a gumball. A customer sells his Hellboy prop replica.
Walt's recent purchase of a Batman bowling ball inspires him to make a bowling team. An ill-conceived action figure makes its way to the Stash.
Nichelle Nichols pays the Stash a visit, looking for an Uhura Mego doll from the '70s. An X-Men fan buys the first appearance of the Phoenix.
A customer buys a gift for his dad's 75th birthday, which reminds Walt that Superman is also 75. The Stash throws a party, inviting a special guest.
AMC's Comic Book Men: Kevin Smith and his crew geek-out over rare pop culture memorabilia in their NJ store. Only on AMC.
Here's a preview of the latest antics from Kevin Smith and the Secret Stash staff. The adventures continue in Season 4 of AMC's Comic Book Men.
AMC's new unscripted series Comic Book Men follows the antics in and around master fanboy Kevin Smith's New Jersey comic shop where staff and customers geek out over pop culture artifacts and the legends behind them
AMC's unscripted series Comic Book Men returns for an all new season. Sundays at midnight/11c on AMC.
AMC's Comic Book Men with Kevin Smith.
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Comic Book Men - AMC's unscripted tribute to the collector returns with new episodes. Watch Kevin Smith and his crew of fan boys turned pop culture experts live, work and breathe comic books. Returns February 14, Thursdays 9/8c. Only on AMC.
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