Posted on October 18th, 2012 in Comic Books,COMIC NEWS!,Events,Store,Toys,Website by admin


We will be open at our current location till October 28th, 2012. We will REOPEN on OCTOBER 30th at NOON!! at our New Address – 104 W. 17th Street !!! we are right next door to Re-O-Na’s. Where Sportscards and More used to be before their current location.

Excited and looking to be in our new location!!! Look forward to seeing everybody and bringing in New Customers.


ANNOUNCEMENTS – September 18, 2012!!!

Posted on September 18th, 2012 in Comic Books,Events,Store by admin

Hi Everyone – ANNOUNCEMENT – HEROES ONLY will be OPEN around 4 PM everyday this week and possibly most of the week next week. Hope there are several of you that can take advantage of this earlier time. :)

Second ANNOUNCEMENT – ZombieFest 2012 is coming up real quick like – 12 Noon to at least 8 PM on the 29th of September! Hope most if not all can make it and help make this another huge event just like last year.

Third ANNOUNCEMENT – All Back Issues (in Back Issue Boxes) will be 50% off starting Tuesday of next week – September 25th, 2012!!

Labor Day Hours!!

Posted on August 31st, 2012 in Events,Store by admin

FYI: Heroes Only WILL be OPEN on Monday – Labor Day – September 3rd.. 3pm to 8pm!!! So come by and see us. At least one us will be happy to see you. :)

“DARK KNIGHT RISES” Midnight Showing – July 19th, 2012!!!

Posted on July 12th, 2012 in Comic Books,Events,Movies,Store by admin



 Store will be OPEN on Monday, July 16th From 5:30 to 8 For those who need to come and pickup tickets and those who need to come in and get a comic fix as well.

Denver’s first-ever Comic Con has something for every closet geek.

Posted on June 12th, 2012 in Comic Books,COMIC NEWS!,Events,Store,Website by admin


What: Denver Comic Con will offer a variety of activities and vendors as well as appearances from movie and television stars and comic book writers/artists.

When: June 15, 6-10 p.m.; June 16, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and June 17, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where: Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St.,



Weekend: adult passes $50, teen (ages 11-16)

passes $30.

Friday: Adult $10, teen $6

Saturday: Adult $35, teen $15

Sunday: Adult $20, teen $12

More information:

By Josh Rhoten

After three years of planning, the first ever Denver Comic Con will be a reality Friday.

Denver has hosted science fiction and comic book conventions in the past, but organizers said this would be the first time a comic con will be held in the downtown Denver area.

“Denver has a great fan culture and that shows in everything from sports to conventions like this that have always been well supported,” said Charlie LaGreca, co-director of the convention.

“The conventions and events in the past have been held on the edges of Denver, but we really wanted to get it into the heart of the city.”

Hosted in the spacious 69,000-square-foot Colorado Convention Center, LaGreca said there will be plenty for fans “to nerd out on.”

“It is going to be a cornucopia of nerd culture. We are going to have stuff from blockbuster movies all the way down to rare Manga comics,” he said. “That doesn’t even include the panel discussions, costume contests, LEGO displays, video games and all the other things we have planned through the weekend for people to check out.”

There will also be appearances from comic book artists and writers as well as TV and movie actors from shows like “The Walking Dead,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.”

All of which will be available for autographs throughout the weekend.

LaGreca and his partners have been working to bring the fest to Denver for about three years. It has been a learning experience for them.

“There have been a lot of bumps in the road, but we have gotten support not just here in Colorado but regionally and that’s what we really want to build this into. There are fests on both coasts, but we want something for our area to look forward to every year,” he said.

Any money above the cost of putting the convention on will go to the Comic Book Classroom program. The Colorado-based nonprofit afterschool organization teaches fifth- to eighth- graders arts and literacy through comic books. Their display will be the largest on the floor, according to LaGreca, who helped found the program.

“That’s an important program that we really believe in, so no matter how big we get, that is always going to be the biggest booth on the floor,” LaGreca said.

“Some of the graduates will be at the convention as well, working with the artists we brought in and selling their drawings in the process.”

There will, of course, be plenty comic and collectable vendors at the convention, offering rare toys or comics for the right price. The list of participants includes Cheyenne’s own Heroes Only comic store.

“The lineup for this looks really good and it is great exposure and experience for our store,” said owner P.J. Brown. “It is a little stressful, but it is also just a lot of fun.”

Brown suggested first-time convention goers plan their schedules, but be open to changes.

He said the most important thing was to get into the crowd and interact with people.

“Get into the crowd and try and meet some people that are into the same stuff as you,” Brown said. “They are just regular people like you.”

LaGreca wasn’t sure what how big the turnout would actually be.

“I think we are going to be at or near capacity for Saturday at least so people should get their tickets ahead if they can,” he said. “If it goes well we are going to try and have this every year.”

Factory Peso Program for New and Existing Subscribers to replace Pizza Buck program!

Posted on May 16th, 2012 in COMIC NEWS!,Store by admin

Heroes Only Comics & Games – Tortilla Factory: Authentic Mexican Restaurant
Factory Peso Program for New and Existing Subscribers!

Existing Pizza Buck participants will be automatically put into the Factory Peso Program.

New subscribers will be able to participate when signing up for their new subscription box – They get a $5.00 of Factory Pesos for the new subscription.

Existing subscribers will be asked if they would like to join the program and if they decide to they will get a $5.00 of Factory Pesos for joining. (first time joining only!)

The Factory Peso Program is for everyone that is an active subscriber in Heroes Only Comics & Games. The way it works is that for every increment of $20.00 at each purchase the participant gets one $1.00 Factory Peso. (One for 20, another at 40, another at 60, and so on..) It has to be at least that or above to receive the Factory Peso for it. The program is for any purchases as long as the person making it is the Heroes Only subscriber.

These Factory Peso doesn’t expire and can be saved up for breakfast, lunch and dinner at both locations for the Tortilla Factory: Authentic Mexican Restaurant.

Posted on April 30th, 2012 in Comic Books,COMIC NEWS!,Events,Library,Store by admin
Free Comic Book Day is this Saturday, May 5th at Heroes Only comics and games. …We open at 9am and will start passing them out at that time. On hand for that morning will be Chad Blakely till noon signing his books and doing sketches. Also that morning the MOD-4 Racecar that Heroes Only sponsors will be on display till noon or so, only because they have to GO Racing!!! :) KAZY Radio will be doing a remote from 10 AM till Noon too!! There will be 2 other artists coming to the store – LEE OAKS and TOM RASCH!! Times are still in the works for when they will be there!!!

HO – Avengers Midnight Showing on May 3rd – Tickets Now Available @ Store Only!!

Posted on April 27th, 2012 in Comic Books,Events,Movies,Store,Uncategorized,Website by admin

OK!! EVERYONE who signed up for tickets to the Heroes Only – Avengers Midnight Showing – They will be available starting tonight at the store for pick-up. YOU MUST HAVE THESE TICKETS TO GET INTO THE SHOWING ON MAY 3RD!!! So if you signed up for it – you have to come get them.

HEROES ONLY WON!! Retail Best Practices Award Winners Announced at 2012 Summit!!!

Posted on April 16th, 2012 in COMIC NEWS!,Events,Store by admin

Retail Best Practices Award Winners Announced at 2012 Summit

Retail Best Practices Award Logo

Most Improved Retail Display – Heroes Only Comics & Games in Cheyenne, WY

The winners for the first inaugural Diamond Retail Best Practices Awards (BPAs) were announced during the dinner portion of Diamond’s Retailer Summit in Chicago on April 12. Diamond’s own Executive Director – Business Development, Chris Powell, served as master of ceremonies.

The Diamond BPAs have been established to identify and honor comic book specialty retailers that demonstrate “best practices” in their stores, thereby offering their patrons and community a consistently appealing shopping experience. All comic book and specialty hobby store retailers serviced by Diamond were invited to nominate their store for Diamond BPA consideration by submitting photos of the area(s) of their shop they wish to nominate and a written statement (of no more than 500 words) explaining why they believe their store is deserving of the award. Throughout the morning and afternoon on April 12, retailers attending the Summit were then given the opportunity to review the entries and then cast their vote.

And the initial Best Practices Award winners are:

  • Best Window Display - Level Up Entertainment in Mays Landing, NJ
  • Best Counter Display – Heroes and Villains in Hampton, VA
  • Best New Comics Section – Comic Central in Sanford, FL
  • Best Graphic Novels Section – KINGS Comics in Sydney, Australia
  • Best Kids Section – Happy Harbor Comics in Edmonton, Alberta
  • Best Toys Section – Space Cadets Collection in Oak Ridge North, TX
  • Best Movie or Themed Boutique – Krypton Comics in Omaha, NE
  • Best Out of the Box Game Display – Lone Star Comics in Mesquite, TX
  • Best T-Shirt Display – Generation X Comics in Bedford, TX
  • Most Improved Retail Display – Heroes Only Comics & Games in Cheyenne, WY

“The entries for the first ten Best Practices Awards were all impressive, as I think retailers learned firsthand while reviewing the photos and explanations of the store’s merits in a given category,” said Diamond Director of Marketing Dan Manser, shown below with the winners in attendance. “Diamond wishes to congratulate the 10 winners and thank all those that submitted their photos and write-ups. Feedback I’ve received indicates that the BPAs achieved their goal of spotlighting the stores that best represent the unique retail experience only direct market stores can offer consumers, simultaneously providing fellow retailers with some great ideas of what they cany do and accomplish in their own shops.”

After announcing the winners in these first ten categories, Powell reminded retailers that new BPA categories would be announced, which should help establish a new tradition of honoring some of the world’s most outstanding shops with this industry award voted upon by those that drive it.


Posted on April 13th, 2012 in Comic Books,COMIC NEWS!,Events,Library,Store,Website by admin

First – Heroes Only Comics and Capitol City Digital Cinemas in Cheyenne – WILL have a THEATHER for the Midnight Showing May 3rd , 2012 for the THE AVENGERS!!!  The doors for the showing will open at 9:00 PM and Capitol will show one of the five movies (Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Incredible Hulk, Thor, and Captain America) leading up to THE AVENGERS before hand. 

I need a count of everyone that would be interested in going to this showing.  I will start a list tonight with Nicole at the store and we will get a head count through Saturday the 21st of April.  You can also contact me or the store on FaceBook – Official Heroes Only Comics and Games or to confirm and leave a head count.

Second – Heroes Only Comics & Games and Seize The Deal are teaming up for a deal – buy a coupon for $10 and come into the store with it to get $20 worth of comics or what not – beginning April 23rd, 2012 for that whole week through their website – and , We will have the link on our website and on Facebook as well.

DON’T Forget FREE COMIC BOOK DAY – MAY 5th, 2012 @ Heroes Only Comics & Games and Laramie County Library!!!

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