The World Wide Web, or at least parts of it, have become a free-market
capitalists dreamland. Now, even the smallest of companies can make
their catalogs available for world wide distribution. These are some
of the better shopping sites I've found.
- Alt.Ant - The University
of California, Irvine bookstore has a rather sizable anime import
business going. They have a web page. This is it.
- Amazon.com Books - They claim to
have the largest collection of titles available anywhere. I believe them.
- American Science & Surplus - A
home to all manner of unusual and elusive equipment.
& Manga Mall of North America
- Benny's World - Free
- Cheerleader Central - A
clearinghouse of professional cheerleader merchandise.
- David Morgan -
David Morgan sells rugged, outdoorsy activewear for men. Nice quality
leather hats and coats, etc...
- FringeWare, Inc. - More than
just an outlet for some rather unusual, and difficult to find products.
Also, has a collection of other unusual links, a manifesto about the
independence of Cyberspace, and lots of other ... unusual
items. Have a look for yourself.
Hacretees Shirts and
Neckties - Geekwear par excellence.
Heavy Metal Web Catalog - Catalog of material (posters, graphic novels,
etc...) that is available from the folks at Heavy Metal
- Music Boulevard - Kind of the
CD equivalent of Amazon.com books.
Comics Interactive - Newbie's is a chain of music stores located in
southern New England.
- Nikaku Animart - A store in California
that specializes in Anime/Manga/Related Merchandise.
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