Geek City Games and Comics is Coralville and Iowa City's one-stop location for comics, board games, card games, and pop culture collectibles and apparel.
Geek City Games and Comics offers a variety of products including:
- Magic: the Gathering products like singles, packs, boxes, fat-packs, supplies and more!
- Comic Books from DC, Marvel, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, etc
- We also carry trade paper-backs, graphic novels, manga, and compilation products!
- Check this week’s newest releases!
- Board Games such as Settlers of Catan, Munchkin, and many more!
- We carry products from most publishers such as Days of Wonder, Queen Games, iello Games, Fantasy Flight, and more!
- Pen and Paper RPG’s such as Dungeons and Dragons: Next and Pathfinder!
- Miniature games: X-wing, Heroclix, Imperial Assault, Armada, and More!
- As well as an assortment of hobby supplies to fit your geeky needs!
89 2nd St #8
Coralville, IA 52241
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Sunday: 12PM - 6PM
Monday: 12PM - 9PM
Tuesday: 10AM - 9PM
Wednesday: 10AM - 9PM
Thursday: 10AM - 10PM
Friday: 10AM - 10PM
Saturday: 10AM - 8PM
Find it in the Online Newstand!
Join the event. Weekly drawings leading up to event!
Take advantage of our Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Specials
All tempura dishes are half off!
Half off our spicy chicken wings and $3 rolls starting at 4:30pm.
Kids Eat Free Thursdays
Kids 10 and younger get one sushi roll or one entree for free!
Address725 Mormon Trek Blvd
Iowa City, IA 52246
Monday - Thursday: 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
The face of the Google self-driving car effort has left the project at a crucial juncture as the company tries to transition its driverless-car technology into a commercial product.
Chris Urmson, the project’s chief technology officer and former director, said in a blog post Friday that he was leaving Google parent Alphabet Inc. and was “ready for a fresh challenge.” He gave no clear reason for his departure nor hint of his destination.
A company spokesman said in an email that when Google’s self-driving car project began seven years ago, “the idea that a car could drive itself wasn’t much more than an idea. Chris has been a vital force for the project, helping the team move from a research phase to a point where this life-saving technology will soon become a reality. He departs with our warmest wishes.”
LONDON — J. K. Rowling always said that the seventh Harry Potter book, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” would be the last in the series, and so far she has kept to her word. But though she’s written many new things in the intervening nine years, including four adult novels, she’s never been able to put Harry to rest, or to leave him alone.
What’s an author to do when she once seemed to be done? Taking an approach that some fans love and others do not, Ms. Rowling has never made a secret of her continued immersion in Potter-world. Over the years, she has regularly interjected new elements into the old stories, sometimes through sudden Twitter pronouncements, sometimes by other means. (In 2007, for instance, she announced at an event at Carnegie Hall that Dumbledore, whose sexuality in the books was obscure, is in fact gay.)
Washington (CNN) An upcoming biography of former President George H.W. Bush contains harsh critical assessments by the 41st president of some of the top officials from his son's presidency.
The former president knocked former Vice President Dick Cheney and former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to his biographer, Jon Meacham in interviews for "Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush," calling Cheney an "iron-ass" and labeling Rumsfeld "an arrogant fellow."
Some fans of famed author Harper Lee celebrated the release of her second book, Go Set a Watchman, in Iowa City on Monday night.
At 10 p.m., FilmScene, 118 E. College St., held a screening of the 1962 movie To Kill A Mockingbird and after the film finished, audience members were then handed out a first printing, hardcover edition of Go Set a Watchman courtesy of Prairie Lights, 15 S. Dubuque St.
Wrestling is not easy, but neither is life, Dan Gable said. This is one of the many lessons he hopes readers take away from his new book, A Wrestling Life: The Inspiring Stories of Dan Gable.
“This book, to me — it says a wrestling life, but it’s more than wrestling,” he said. “It’s about total life and how you have to work through struggles, and that’s kind of like a wrestling match. It’s not easy.”
Economics is not just about goods and services that we enjoy as consumers. It's more fundamentally about productivity -- that is, how the use of land, labor, capital and other inputs that go into producing the volume of output determines a nation's wealth. Decisions about how to use those inputs may be more important than the resources themselves. There are countries, such as Japan and Switzerland, that have far greater wealth than countries -- for example, Uruguay and Venezuela -- that are far richer in natural resources.