Kevin Smith and the guys discuss how The Walking Dead started out as a comic book and became a cultural phenomenon.
Legendary horror icon Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, personally delivers a birthday present to Ming.
The Stash & Red Bank cosplayers celebrate the Centennial of the late, great Jack Kirby, one of the greatest innovators in comic book history.
Influential actor and rapper Method Man talks to the guys about his extensive comic book collection. Starsky & Hutch gear takes over The Stash.
Jay & Silent Bob cosplayers take over the streets of Red Bank as the Comic Book Men attempt to make history by setting a Guinness World Record.
With rare and interesting Star Wars items making their way into the Stash, Walt offers up big cash to try and score a beacon for the store.
Kevin Smith and the guys attend a premiere screening of Shooting Clerks, a film about themselves and how Clerks came to be.
Burt Ward, the infamous Robin the Boy Wonder, reminisces about his time on the set of Batman. He also judges the Stash's Canine Cosplay contest.
Walt meets his match during a heated negotiation with actor Mike Colter ("Luke Cage"); a "legendary" video game becomes both Walt's trash and Ming's treasure.
Troma Entertainment co-founder Lloyd Kaufman and his crew put the guys through a grueling audition to see if they have what it takes to be in a Troma film.
The boys take a field trip to the Pez Museum to determine if Walt is actually the owner of an extremely rare and valuable piece of Pez history.
When Walt learns that Ming befriended actor Michael Gray ("Shazam!"), he decides that he must meet the "Mighty Mortal."
In this season finale Kevin and the boys attend the grand opening of Funko's new headquarters, where they get honored with their very own Pop! figures.