Do you like American Pickers? Do you collect nerdy items from the past that make you say “I remember that?” Well I am happy to tell you all about “The best YouTube channel you have never hear of!” The binge worthy Comic Trips.
Comic Trips is a YouTube channel that was established in 2015 and has continued with four seasons under its belt. Headed by Paul and Kat two 80’s kids with a never ending love for everything pop culture from toys, comics, and movie memorabilia. The dynamic duo started the channel a year ago to spend time together and some how we were all invited on the ride. The two invite us along as they hunt high and low at antique stores, comic shops, numerous cons, and pretty much any other little hole in the wall that might house some hidden gems.
For Season 5 the duo has laid it all out on the table with what can only be referred to as United States Of Comic Trips. The journey started from their home base in Atlantic City and took them across a plethora of states and ended after a staggering 4,550 mile journey that stretched across 9 days. Along the way duo made their way to some of the most note worthy comic shops and geeky stops in all of America like Mile High Comics in Denver and the original filming location of 1978’s Dawn of the Dead the Monroeville Mall in Pennsylvania. Filming for the next season is now complete and episodes will be realest weekly. It is yet to be determined but season 5 should have a minimum of 1o episodes. If you can’t wait for season 5 to start then check out this trailer.
This is more then your typical YouTube channel. Paul and Kat have been striving since day one to bring us the very best content, always upgrading camera equipment as well as the audio. What makes them truly shine is their ability to communicate with the fans and people viewing as well as their ability to adapt to challenges that they have faced. Dive in at any point you like no matter what episode you decided to join in on Paul and Kat have the personalities to make anyone feel like they have been watching since day one.