21151A State Highway 249
Houston, TX 77070
San Antonio Alamo Ranch
5511 W Loop 1604 N Ste #111
San Antonio, TX 78253
San Antonio Medical Center
7959 Fredericksburg Rd
San Antonio, TX 78229
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Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy®
Founded in 1986, Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy ® offers a diverse range of comic book, game and related products in a friendly, professional, and fun atmosphere. We sell comic books, games (board, card, roleplaying, and miniatures), graphic novels, manga, plush animals (both fantastic and terrestrial), action figures, as well as a huge number of related items. We now carry cosplay makeup and accessories and offer consultations on how to make your costume come alive!
We are open late every night of the week and we offer a huge variety of events. We have held concerts, mini-conventions and trivia contests and signings from luminaries that include George Takei, Felicia Day and many, many others. On top of this is a very robust gaming schedule which you would be welcome to join in!
We pride ourselves on having a clean, professional, friendly and customer service centered store. Please come in and join the fun!
Customer Safety and Comfort
Since 1986, Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy ® has been a safe and welcoming environment for any member of the comics and gaming fandom community regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, country of origin, sexual orientation or gender identity. We strive to create an atmosphere in which anyone and everyone feels safe and comfortable in the store shopping and participating in events. We have a diverse staff that spans a wide spectrum that can empathize and relate to everyone. Not only do we believe this as a staff but we practice this in our actions and have protections against inappropriate behavior and speech in our Code of Conduct that is posted online and in store and applies to all guests.
If ever a person feels uncomfortable or marginalized in our space we ask that they bring it to the attention of our staff and will see to it that the situation is addressed.