Come sell us your stuff and receive SAME DAY PAYMENT!  We need VINTAGE COMICS, silver age, golden age, bronze, and more!

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Staff Accountant

Enter the fabulous world of comics and work for the premiere retailer. We offer a constructive, positive and friendly work environment.  We are seeking a full-time Staff Accountant who is a team player and has an enthusiastic approach to his or her work.

Roles requirements include, but are not limited to:

Education and Experience

o Knowledge of QuickBooks and/or accounting program is a must

o Computer literacy with MS Word and Excel knowledge and  efficient typing skills for data entry
o Have strong work ethic, neat, very organized, and detailed oriented
o Ability to multitask concurrently with ease and professionalism
o Self starter, with willingness to learn and investigate new and innovative ways of getting the job done
o Flexible and willing to assist with all office responsibilities as required in day to day operations
o Must have excellent interpersonal skills
o Energetic, strong work ethic and a desire to learn

Functions and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
o Accounts receivables and payables
o Supports CFO as main point of contact for the department

o Facilitate incoming mail and receivables
o Prepare and analyze company reports
o Deposit account receivables into bank accounts
o Perform invoice validation process and address discrepancies accordingly

o Maintain systematic categorization of all incoming merchandise
o Perform other duties as assigned


Please e-mail your resume to JOBS@MIDTOWNCOMICS.COM  with ‘Accountant’ in the subject.

Read Moon Knight comics here:

Article by Gregg Katzman; artwork by Alan Davis

Article by Gregg Katzman; artwork by Alan Davis

A lot of characters and teams deserve their own Marvel Netflix show. Shang-Chi, Blade, and Daughters of the Dragon immediately come to mind. It would be so easy to make a list like “10-20 characters who need a Netflix show” – there are that many good options to choose from! There really is a lot of potential out there, but my top pick has remained the same for the past few years: Marc Spector, a.k.a. Moon Knight.

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Batman comics & collectibles:
Bane comics & collectibles:
Read Batman #20:

Batman vs Bane

Article by Gregg Katzman

Batman #20 – by Tom King, David Finch, Danny Miki, Trevor Scott, and Jordie Bellaire – is the final chapter of the I Am Bane story arc. It’s a seriously vicious conclusion between the Dark Knight and Bane. No gadgets, no elaborate plans… just a brutal brawl between Bruce Wayne and Bane! Who’s left standing and how did they win the battle? Where will it go from there? To celebrate the action-packed issue, I thought it would be fun to reflect on some of their best battles in the comics! For simplicity’s sake, I stuck to encounters between them in the primary DC universe.

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Enter the fabulous world of comics and work for the premiere retailer.  In addition to your natural born love of comics, your role and requirements include:

Roles include, but are not limited to:

  • Communication with and collation of information from vendors to facilitate creation of Purchase Orders
  • Sorting and picking of product from vendors for redistribution to Midtown entities
  • Gathering and sorting of sales information from Midtown entities.



  • Bookstore, Toy store, Retail Sale or Wholesale experience
  • Buying Experience
  • Microsoft office, especially Excel
  • Ability to cold call
  • Carry a project from idea to physical completion and to build to make it better
  • Comic knowledge preferred


Please e-mail your resume to JOBS@MIDTOWNCOMICS.COM  with ‘Buyers Assistant’ in the subject.

Venom comics & collectibles:

Spider-Man comics & collectibles:

Venom Sony

Article by Gregg Katzman; artwork by Mark Bagley, Randy Emberlin, and Bob Sharen

“Do you need Spider-Man in Venom’s first movie?” I’m guessing 9 out of 10 comic book fans will quickly answer “yes” to that question. After all, Spidey plays a huge role in Eddie Brock becoming Venom (read Amazing Spider-Man #300), and then the wall-crawler continues to play a big part in Venom’s story. The frightening foe’s a twisted reflection of the friendly hero and the two have had their fair share of memorable stories over the years. Like it or not, they’re strongly connected. That said, can you rework Venom’s story to not include Spider-Man? Yes, it’s definitely possible. Should you, though? Well, that all depends on what they’re bringing to the table, doesn’t it?

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