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Southern Illinois’ Local Comic Shop Since 1983

Are you looking for comic books and pop-culture merchandise in the Southern Illinois area? We at Muddy Monster Comics are here to help. Since 1983 we have been the Southern Illinois area’s local comic shop. Formerly known as Campus Comics, we are a comic and collectible store with a new location and a selection of over 50,000 comics in stock. We buy comics and offer special orders. Also, we are an Authorized CGC Dealer.

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At Muddy Monster we understand how important our community is which is why we sponsor local events and help support our local community. Fun fact, we are named Muddy Monster Comics after the Big Muddy Monster which is a bigfoot type creature often sighted along the banks of the Big Muddy River outside right here in Murphysboro, IL. The most famous sightings happened in 1973 in our area, and there are still sightings to this day.

When it comes to our comics and collectibles, we offer a wide variety of merchandise, carry a wide array of artists, brands, and franchises with an emphasis on the creepy and strange. If you like the dark and creepy, Muddy Monster is the comic book shop for you!

Come Visit Us!

Reid S.
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It was great getting to see your "new" store yesterday. Glad to have been back after 20 years. Store looks great. Friendly staff and customers.
James D.
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Good selection, good prices, helpful and knowledgeable staff. Good peeps
Matt S.
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Been a loyal customer for 26 years for a reason!!!
Joshua H.
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Incredible selection of back issues with extremely reasonable prices. The store also carries a wide variety of statues, toys, and Pop Vinyls. Friendly atmosphere and Mike (the owner) is very kind and knowledgeable. Definitely visit this store!
Darrell S.
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A lot fun today, dressed in iron patriot suit today, a lot cars honked as they went by. Had pics taken with everyone, from little kids well at least the ones I didn't make cry. To the seniors and the one who made a short video to send to Florida
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