Traders of Babylon

We are a comic book shop in Hoboken, New Jersey.
A big one. Look inside.

Traders of Babylon
66 Suite A Willow Ave
Hoboken, NJ 07030
babylon@pipeline.com

Store hours:
Monday-Friday: 11am-6pm
Saturday-Sunday: 11am-4pm

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spookytanuki:

Frank Quitely’s comparison of Clark Kent and Superman

spookytanuki:

Frank Quitely’s comparison of Clark Kent and Superman

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calamityjon:

Words by Grant Morrison, images from The Adventures of Superman.

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pawstoyourselfspacerat:

jarvisinthetardis:


New Avengers (2010) #007

Go ahead. No one was listening. 
Aw, poor Spidey ;)

GPOY Peter, GPOY.

pawstoyourselfspacerat:

jarvisinthetardis:

New Avengers (2010) #007

Go ahead. No one was listening. 

Aw, poor Spidey ;)

GPOY Peter, GPOY.

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vintagegal:

DC Comics Presents #32 Superman and Wonder Woman (1981)

brianmichaelbendis:

Batman vs. Superman by Jim Cheung. Inks by Mark Morales. 

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brianmichaelbendis:


Batman vs. Superman by Jim Cheung. Inks by Mark Morales. 

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brianmichaelbendis:

Marvel by Bruce Timm

brianmichaelbendis:

Marvel by Bruce Timm

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galaxycommunications:

When I was a kid, this was the single most magical moment in any movie. I loved the idea that so much of the movie exists in a world that was very much our own, and that Metropolis was clearly the city where my Mom and Dad went to work every day, and I could recognize streets and buildings and whatever. And then, all of a sudden, this notion that under your regular work clothes could be something bright and magical, and a regular, shy, awkward dude could suddenly transform himself…well…that was pretty powerful to me as a three year old. And it kinda still is. This sequence, the helicopter rescue from Superman: The Movie, is probably my favorite five minutes in all of film, and all of superhero mythology.

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I don’t think it’s a perfect movie. I don’t even think it’s a great movie. I think it’s a great time…
Joss Whedon on Marvel’s The Avengers