We’re just a few comic book geeks who want to share our passion for the medium with the entire world. Well, at least the Metro Atlanta area!
We look forward to new comic book day every Wednesday and we love digging through back issue bins for hidden treasures. But we don’t just geek out over comics. No, we get just as excited over things like Dungeons & Dragons, board games, Pokemon, Magic: The Gathering and more. And you can be assured we’ll have those things available when we open.
However, what we love most of all is building community. That’s the core mission of Infinite Realities. We want to create a place that brings people of all ages, from all walks of life together. Our goal is to turn Infinite Realities into a community hub where everyone feels welcome to celebrate the things they love with friends both old and new.
So far we’re on target for a December 2018 grand opening, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait until then to engage with us. Sure, we’ll we be holding pop-up events all over the area in the months and weeks leading up to opening our doors for business, but we invite you to reach out to us at any time! We really dig talking to new people, learning about them and learning from them.
See you real soon!
Like all of us, Brandon has been a geek for as long as he can remember. He loves comics. Like, a lot. So much so that at this very moment he’s working on a full sleeve tattoo of the Justice League of America. But don’t be fooled. Beneath his mild-mannered exterior is an experienced business professional. and the heart of Infinite Most importantly, Brandon is the heart of Infinite Realities. Think of him as the Ray Stantz of our little endeavor!
When Chris was a young man, his father made the grave error of taking him into a comic shop in Macon, GA called Comics Castle. Comics Castle is long gone, but Chris’s obsession has grown. He’s had journalism pieces published in Back Issue Magazine and Comic Book Resources and helps plan content for Dragon Con, Momocon, and Charlotte, NC’s Heroes Con. Chris also likes to gladhand with the public and talk anyone and everyone up at any time. So we suppose that makes him the Peter Venkman of Infinite Realities.
Jami has been working in comic book retail for almost a decade and has made contacts all over the industry. Known throughout the Metro Atlanta area for her knowledge, superb customer service and all around awesomeness, Jami is the real deal, yo. Plus, she’s the Director of Comic Book Programming at Momocon and Assitant to the Director of Comic Book and Pop Art Programming at Dragon Con. Clearly, Jami is the Egon Spangler of Infinite Realities.