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Comic Book Men season 3 episodes list:
In the hopes of inspiring the resident slacker to adopt a healthier lifestyle, Lou Ferrigno stops by The Stash and a customer searches for a comic created by Frank Miller.
The staff at the Stash receives an invitation to visit a bat cave and a customer arrives at the shop intending to sell his collection of original "Star Wars" action figures.
The guys ask George Perez to help rebuild Mike's collection and a customer sells his set of vintage interactive comic books.
Ming has the chance to purchase an oversized toy from the '80s, which would help a customer take his wife out on the perfect date.
A fan sells a Mr. T backyard water game; Ming is inspired to have fun on a hot day; Walt risks the shop's street credibility.
The guys bid on derelict storage units in hopes of striking it rich; Walt finds a fellow Elfquest fanatic.
A "Dukes of Hazzard" fan stops by the shop in his General Lee to display his collection of show memorabilia. Then, Walt encounters his first "Brony."
The guys travel to the Baltimore Comic Con to launch their comic book, "Cryptozoic Man". "Sunday Jeff" works on a Saturday to fill in for Walt.
A customer buys a gift for his father's 75th birthday; the Stash throws a party for Superman's 75th birthday.
A woman is looking for an Uhura Mego doll from the '70s; an X-Men fan buys the first appearance of Phoenix.
Walt is inspired to form a bowling team; an ill-conceived action figure shows up.
Bored, Walt quizzes the guys on comic book trivia; a customer sells a Hellboy prop replica.
The Stash helps auction off the work of Mike Esposito; Walt buys a paper doll.
The guys have the opportunity to buy a replica of the '66 Batcycle; a collection of Marvel fan magazines from the '70s.
A young man wants to appraise his collection; Walt buys Wayne Gretzky memorabilia.
Jason Mewes invites the guys to a Renaissance fair; a customer brings in a valuable item.