Gnash is a new shop in Ashburton, Devon, specialising in graphic novels and comics. We stock a wide range aimed at everyone, from children to adults, manga afficionados, illustration fans and everyone else!
So pop into the shop and see us, or give us a ring or email if you want any more information, or have a browse of our online shop.
You can also follow us on twitter @gnashcomics and like us on Facebook to get updates of our new stock and upcoming events.
Get 10% discount off everything in the shop! All comics, graphic novels, manga, workshops, prints and Games Workshop products!
We can save any comic you’d like to subscribe to in our customer pull-boxes: just let us know what you’d like and we’ll keep it until you can pick it up in person, or we’ll post it to you!
Arrange to pay for your subscription by standing order and you’ll receive a 5% discount on your comics! You can stack this with membership of the Gnash Comic Club to get 15% discount on your purchases!
Every month you will receive 2 comics that have been selected by the Gnash team with your interests in mind. You can opt to collect in the shop or have the comics sent out to you first class, bagged and boarded. All you need to do to join is complete our easy questionnaire and let us know which subscription you want to pay for…
Every month we will send you out a graphic novel that has been specially selected by the Gnash team with your interests in mind. You can opt to collect in the shop or have the books posted out to you. complete our easy questionnaire to join and let us know how many months you would like…
9a West Street
Devon, TQ13 7DT
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