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AMC dives into the comic book culture with this unscripted series that follows the antics of the "fanboys" in and around Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, a New Jersey comic shop owned by writer-director Kevin Smith. Cameras capture the banter of the shop's employees and its customers as they collectively discover the treasures of the comic collecting world, and the staff -- de-facto leader Walt, shop whipping boy Ming and comic book virtuoso Mike among them -- shares all the details with Smith via a podcast that is woven throughout the series. Smith has been a comics fan since his youth and has written several comic books based on his movies, including "Clerks," as well as story arcs for the legendary "Green Arrow" and "Daredevil" comics.

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When Walt learns that Ming befriended actor Michael Gray ("Shazam!"), he decides that he must meet the "Mighty Mortal."
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The boys take a field trip to the Pez Museum to determine if Walt is actually the owner of an extremely rare and valuable piece of Pez history.
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Kevin and the boys attend the grand opening of Funko's new headquarters, where they get honored with their very own Pop! figures.
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Actor Burt Ward, best known for portraying television's famous Robin the Boy Wonder, reminisces about his time on the set of "Batman" and judges the Stash's canine cosplay contest.
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Troma Entertainment co-founder Lloyd Kaufman and his crew put the guys through a grueling audition to see if they have what it takes to be in a Troma film.
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Walt meets his match during a heated negotiation with actor Mike Colter ("Luke Cage"); a "legendary" video game becomes both Walt's trash and Ming's treasure.
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Kevin Smith and the guys attend the premiere screening of a movie about themselves and the origination of the film "Clerks."
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Rare and interesting Star Wars items making their way into the Stash; Walt offers up big cash to try and score a beacon for the store.
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Jay & Silent Bob cosplayers take over the streets of Red Bank; the Comic Book Men attempt to make history by setting a Guinness World Record.
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Influential actor and rapper Method Man talks to the guys about his extensive comic book collection; "Starsky & Hutch" gear takes over The Stash.
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The Stash & Red Bank cosplayers celebrate the centennial of Jack Kirby; one of the greatest innovators in comic book history.
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Legendary horror icon Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, personally delivers a birthday present to Ming.
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Kevin Smith and the guys discuss how "The Walking Dead" started out as a comic book and became a cultural phenomenon.
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Tom Cavanaugh visits the shop; Walt finds a Golden Age classic with "Human Torch No. 2."
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A Kreskin ESP game reveals Walt's powers of cognition; discussions about Mork from Ork and Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery.
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Marky Ramone shares his artwork and bonds with Walt over robots; a King Kong item from 1975.
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Walt steps into the ring with a customer over an original Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots game; a rare piece of original Sal Buscema art.
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Actress Katrina Law ("Arrow") wants a copy of Batman 232; old school items involving Popeye, Dynomutt and Pogs.
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Real-life superhero, Phoenix Jones, visits the store and patrols Red Bank with the guys; Walt reminisces about a Batman playset.
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Jason Mewes brings his infant daughter to the Stash to meet everyone; a customer sells comic book Slurpee cups.
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Jason Mewes inserts himself into transactions involving a Deadshot statue and a vintage Death Star Space Station.

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