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Midtown Comics opened its first shop in 1997, and is now the industry’s leading retailer of comic books, graphic novels, and manga, with its online store as well as three landmark New York City locations in Times Square, Grand Central and Downtown, as well as comics boutiques in the iconic FAO Schwarz Fifth Avenue and Toys“R”Us Times Square.

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What is it like to work at Midtown Comics?

3.4
Work/Life Balance
2.0
Compensation/Benefits
2.2
Job Security/Advancement
2.6
Management
3.4
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Midtown Comics?

50%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 14 ratings
2.0
Only apply if you need a job for like a month or 2
Written by Back Issues (Former Employee) from New York on September 20, 2018
The only good thing about this place is the coworkers you will meet. No advancement no appreciation of hard work. Certain people get treated differently than others HR doesn't care about you as you sweat away in the warehouse with a broken fan system and broken ac in the break room, broken water broken ceilings etc etc.
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What do employees at Midtown Comics say about culture and work-life balance?

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4.0
Fun work place
Written by Laborer (Former Employee) from New York, NY on March 13, 2017
I enjoyed working at Midtown Comics. There was never a dull moment. I learned a lot about time management and how to work as a team with my fellow coworkers.
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