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.
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.
Influential actor and rapper Method Man talks to the guys about his extensive comic book collection; "Starsky & Hutch" gear takes over The Stash.
The Stash & Red Bank cosplayers celebrate the centennial of Jack Kirby; one of the greatest innovators in comic book history.
Legendary horror icon Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, personally delivers a birthday present to Ming.
Kevin Smith and the guys discuss how "The Walking Dead" started out as a comic book and became a cultural phenomenon.
Tom Cavanaugh visits the shop; Walt finds a Golden Age classic with "Human Torch No. 2."
A Kreskin ESP game reveals Walt's powers of cognition; discussions about Mork from Ork and Dick Tracy's Rogues' Gallery.
Marky Ramone shares his artwork and bonds with Walt over robots; a King Kong item from 1975.
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.
Actress Katrina Law ("Arrow") wants a copy of Batman 232; old school items involving Popeye, Dynomutt and Pogs.
Jason Mewes inserts himself into transactions involving a Deadshot statue and a vintage Death Star Space Station.
The guys prepare for a maritime adventure when the Batboat docks in Red Bank; Batman's first appearance.
Ralph Macchio seeks a rare "Karate Kid" playset; Ming gets an unforgettable lesson; Walt gets excited for a Mechagodzilla.
Members of the 501st Legion of Storm Troopers invade the Stash looking for new recruits; the fate of a vintage Ewok playset.
Kevin and Harley visit for the Yoga Hosers premiere; Ming becomes a lead villain with help from a special-effects makeup legend.
Ming and a customer joust over the price of Batman 111; Wolverine becomes the largest statue to ever enter the Stash.
Lindsay Wagner ("The Bionic Woman") stops in for a Silver Surfer item; Jem and Ghostbusters toys spark another round of banter.
KITT from "Knight Rider" pulls up to the Stash; a rare Green Arrow Mego figure and Archie Bunker's grandson.
When a vintage 1980s Pac-Man game lands on the counter, Ming prepares for battle; a rare Beatles board game excites the guys.
The Stash sponsors a blood drive at the shop with the help of horror queen Elvira; the boys discuss the joys of "Mystery Science Theater 3000."
Walt and the boys go on a trip to cross off a bucket-list item; four key Spider-Man issues come to the Stash.
Real-life superhero, Phoenix Jones, visits the store and patrols Red Bank with the guys; Walt reminisces about a Batman playset.
Jason Mewes brings his infant daughter to the Stash to meet everyone; a customer sells comic book Slurpee cups.
When Ming gets a selfie stick, he tries to go viral by filming the Stash; Walt examines bootleg toys of an '80s blockbuster.
Artist Jim Lee shares tales from the world of comics on the podcast; a comic book brings wedding bells to the Stash.
Inspired by an old friend, the guys wear cowboy hats, and celebrate the old Wild West; a customer is searching for an iconic comic from the '80s.
Comics artist, John Romita, Jr., draws an original piece for the Stash; Bryan shows interest in an Evel Knievel toy from his childhood.
Secret Stash employees audition with Walt and Bryan for a role in the claymation film they are making with Brian Quinn.
Stan Lee helps a customer who is experiencing a comics crisis; a customer buys a classic issue of Fantastic Four.
The guys are prompted to reconsider their preparations for the apocalypse by a zombie comic; an eccentric collector wants Walt's help.
The guys and Bryan visit a "Jaws" museum; super-powered toilet paper comes through.
Kevin talks comics with actor William Shatner; Walt covets a Mego doll that has unique packaging.
Mike flies in the Batcopter to celebrate fifteen years at the Secret Stash; the guys look at one of the hottest books of the '90s.
Peter Mayhew ("Chewbacca") judges a wookiee contest at the Stash; one of the hottest comic books of the 1990s.
Jason Mewes hangs out and plays clerk at the Stash; Walt wants to acquire a mysterious recreation of comic book art.
The guys attend a KISS concert; Walt lives out his childhood dream of meeting Gene Simmons; Ming considers buying an arcade cabinet.
Billy Dee Williams stops by the store to win the Millennium Falcon the same way Lando lost it: a high-stakes card game.
Darryl McDaniels of Run DMC brings his new comic to the Stash; the guys look at a Marvel Silver Age number one issue.
Kevin's assistant, Ashley, learns about comic book retail at the Stash; pro wrestlers want to sell their comic.
Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) stops by the Stash; a never officially released rare Star Wars action figure.
Artist Neal Adams and writer Denny O'Neil visit the Stash; the guys see a set of 50-year-old Batman night lights.
Adam West visits and a race between the Batmobile and Black Beauty ensues; a customer sells the first appearance of Rocket Raccoon.
Walt has a business proposition for original Ghostbuster, Ernie Hudson; a customer wants to sell cartoon shampoo bottles from the 1960s.
The co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kevin Eastman, brings in early sketches of the turtles.
Walt considers buying the hand and footprints of Adam West and Burt Ward; a rare set of Star Wars comic strips.
Walt and the others attend BronyCon, a convention for "My Little Pony" fans; a customer wants to sell a Godzilla board game from the 1970s.
The guys agree to baby-sit a friend's daughter for the afternoon; an Indiana Jones superfan has items from the films.
Walt challenges the others to perform stand-up routines; a collector brings in Marvel comics from the 1960s.
A returning customer brings in a toy that Walt always coveted; an aspiring student brings in an autographed book.
Kevin Smith sends his daughter to The Stash to learn how to be a clerk; a customer wants to sell rare and unusual "Rocky" action figures.
Jason Mewes invites the guys to a Renaissance fair; a customer brings in a valuable item.
A young man wants to appraise his collection; Walt buys Wayne Gretzky memorabilia.
The guys have the opportunity to buy a replica of the '66 Batcycle; a collection of Marvel fan magazines from the '70s.
The Stash helps auction off the work of Mike Esposito; Walt buys a paper doll.
Bored, Walt quizzes the guys on comic book trivia; a customer sells a Hellboy prop replica.
Walt is inspired to form a bowling team; an ill-conceived action figure shows up.
A woman is looking for an Uhura Mego doll from the '70s; an X-Men fan buys the first appearance of Phoenix.
A customer buys a gift for his father's 75th birthday; the Stash throws a party for Superman's 75th birthday.
The guys travel to the Baltimore Comic Con to launch their comic book, "Cryptozoic Man"; Jeff works on a Saturday to fill in for Walt.
A fan of "The Dukes of Hazzard" stops by to show off his collection of memorabilia; Walt encounters his first "brony."
The guys bid on derelict storage units in hopes of striking it rich; Walt finds a fellow Elfquest fanatic.
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.
Ming has the chance to purchase an oversized toy from the '80s; taking a wife on the perfect date.
The guys ask George Perez to help rebuild Mike's collection; vintage interactive comic books.
Walt and the guys are invited to an actual bat cave; a customer wants to sell his original Star Wars action figures.
Lou Ferrigno gives Bryan a lesson on fitness; a customer wants to purchase a key comic by Frank Miller.
Ming plans a surprise for Walt's anniversary at The Stash; Ming learns the virtue of patience.
The guys play charades with a comic book twist; Walt has the chance to buy original artwork.
The guys try to create their own comic book; Walt buys a signed issue of Creepy.
A customer tries to sell a gaming system with a twist; Ming buys another piece of his childhood.
The Stash holds an auction to help a friend sell his collection; relating to one of Spider-Man's enemies.
Walt negotiates for an original Asteroids arcade cabinet; Ming is excited for GI Joes.
The guys want to make a sandwich that represents the Stash; a valuable comic.
The Stash sells an independent comic book so the guys can see a costumed MMA fight; Walt buys nostalgic underwear.
The guys prepare for a visit from Stan Lee; Walt has a chance to buy a valuable comic book.
Kevin visits the Stash for a book signing; Jay acts as security; a customer brings in original artwork.
Mike and Ming participate in a 5K zombie run for Kevin's charity; Walt buys an unusual item.
Ming arranges for the Stash to join in on the local sidewalk sale; Walt sells some early "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" comics.
When Walt and Mike fall ill, Ming must run Stash by himself; first issues of Iron Man and Daredevil.
The guys pursue the Jersey Devil; selling Thundercat figures.
The guys attend a local auction; bad results from mixing comic books and cigars.
Walt and the guys throw a birthday party at the Stash; larger-than-life Darth Vader helmet.
Ming dares Walt, Bryan and Mike to get tattoos; one customer looks for romance while another makes a deal.
Walt and the guys take a road trip to an unexpected convention; the guys find a treasure in the trash; a customer brings in an item Mike wants for himself.
Walt reluctantly lets Ming run a new sales promotion for the Stash based around zombies, but Ming's scary idea might be too frightening for Walt.
Walt wants the Stash to shoot its first commercial and to have Bryan direct it; one customer brings in a fanboy's dream.
Kevin rallies the Stash for a game of street hockey; hurricane Mewes blows through the Stash, and no one is safe.
Walt challenges the staff to a flea market sales competition.