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Comic Book Guy owns, amongst his vast collectibles, a Hulk melon baller (which he originally intended as a wedding gift to Skinner and Krabapel), a Spider-Man, The Flash, Batman, Spock and Klingon Warrior costume, several life-sized cardboard cut-outs of various Star Wars characters, Star Wars sheets and a Jar-Jar Binks figure which he sleeps with.
Comic Book Guy speaks fluent in Klingon, Mordor, has set his life on routine of the Vulcan mating ritual Pon Farr, has a restraining order on Lynda Carter and has a crush on Nichelle Nichols, Batman's Catwoman and Get Smart's Agent 99.
Rogers drunk, Alien Autopsy, Illegal Alien Autopsy, a top secret American nuclear war strategy session, a "good version" of The Godfather Part III, Kent Brockman picking his nose, and Ned Flanders in a police informant video, wherein he claims that Homer released a radioactive ape in his house (Although, according to Bart, Homer only let the Ape into the house because the Ape tricked Homer, and not out of malicious intent).
He later was arrested and had his store shut down temporarily because of this.
Comic Book Guy is an obese and socially incompetent man who is perhaps best known for his sarcastic quips. He states that he is a 45 year-old virgin who lives with his parents.
He holds a master's degree in folklore and mythology (he translated The Lord of the Rings into Klingon as part of his thesis). Comic Book Guy is extremely overweight to the point to were his clothes barely fit over his huge stomach. Appropriate to his nickname, Comic Book Guy is obsessed with comic books, pop culture and science fiction.
In the episode Large Marge, Comic Book Guy had liposuction performed on him, so he would fit in a Superman costume.
Comic Book Guy is a middle-aged, overweight, almost fanatical comic buff and displays deep passion regarding all fictional memorabilia in general, especially science fiction to the point of complete monomania.
He also owns a T-shirt that says "C:/DOS C:/DOS/RUN RUN/DOS/RUN" (Notice the incorrect usage of the forward slash.Comic Book Guy's Obsessive-Compulsive fixation with comics is such that when somebody placed a Spider-Man comic inside The Spectacular Spider-Man slot, it was enough to drive him angry.