Boston Comic Con has an impressive line up of guests from Comics, TV, Movies and Pop Culture.
Super Robots Giant Monsters is a unique one day Toy / Art / Robot / Monster convention held in an awesome historic building. There are over 50 vendor tables, an art gallery and a vintage toy museum. And the best part....FREE Admission.
Comicopia carries new and back issue comics. They also have a large selection of trade paperbacks and manga.
JP's Comics and Games carries comics, graphic novels, and trades. The also have a selection of board and card games and regularly host Magic the Gathering events.
New England comics has 8 stores around the Boston area. Each store carries comics and other comic-related merchandise.
New England Comics has 8 locations around Boston. Stop in and check out their selection of comics and comic-related merchandise.
New England Comics has 8 stores in the greater Boston area. Check out their comics and other great merchandise.
New England Comics has 8 stores around Boston. They carry a selection of comics and comic-related merchandise.
New England Comics has 8 stores around Boston. Each store has a selection of comics and comic-related merchandise.
Newbury Comics is located in the North Market Building. They have a variety of comics and toys.
If you are looking for video games, Sudden Impact is worth a stop. They carry everything from Atari to PS3. They have a friendly and knowledgeable staff. Check them out.
Knight Moves is a board game cafe that offers coffee, snacks and a massive board game library. Customers enjoy a comfortable space with knowledgeable staff and a relaxed atmosphere. An evening at Knight Moves is hassle-free entertainment and a chance to spend time face to face with family and friends.
Pandemonium carries a great collection of board games, role-playing games, CCG's and war games. They also have an active events calendar and knowledgeable staff.
Founded in 1913 by Science Teachers' Bureau, the Museum's exhibits emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience. There exhibits address music, math, visual atrs, literacy and history.
The Coit Observatory opens to the public on Wednesday nights. Admission is free and on a clear night, the view of the stars is awesome. As you can imagine, weather has a huge effect on the success of the viewing, so weather does cause cancellation. So always call ahead.
A great attraction for the geek in everyone. The Museum of Science has excellent exhibits, a Planetarium, IMAX Theater, 3D movies, live presentations and a variety of changing activities.
The Aquarium opened in 1969 and is the a great geek destination in Boston. It has just completed a renovation and is a great way to spend the day!