One of the most aesthetically unique comic shops in Los Angeles, Blastoff is brightly lit and filled with wood shelving and fixtures. The unorthodox setting highlights the shop’s smaller, curated selection of comics and graphic novels alongside original art, statues and framed classic issues for sale.
You'll find most of the things to do in North Hollywood within the NoHo Arts District, an eclectic area of theaters, coffee shops and bars. Since its inception in the early '90s, the pedestrian-friendly, Metro-connected district has put North Hollywood on the map as the Valley's cultural hub. It's the home of the Emmy-producing Television Academy (unfortunately, you can only visit if you're a member) as well as off-the-beaten-path comedy clubs and an outpost from one of L.A.'s most quinessential movie theaters—all of which you can find in our list of the best things to do in North Hollywood.
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