Fantasy and science fiction have landed in Buckhannon with the intent to settle in.
Nerducopia, a new store, will be a delight to anyone who has ever enjoyed a fantasy or science fiction series either through reading, playing video games or watching television. Doors first opened for public shopping and browsing Thursday at 9 a.m.
In the back of the store awaits a game room for the fans of role-playing games. Customers need only to walk past the video games, action figures, board games, books, clothes items and more. The store features items from "Twilight," "Doctor Who," "Star Wars," "The Walking Dead," "The Hunger Games," "Ghostbusters," "Game of Thrones," "The Big Bang Theory," the Harry Potter book and movie series, "Skylanders," "Pokemon" and even "My Little Pony."
The Inter-Mountain photo by Melissa Toothman
Co-owners Greg Peterkin, Tracy Fitzgerald and David Fitzgerald pose with their Star Wars R2-D2 beverage cooler inside of Nerducopia. The new shop is on Main Street in Buckhannon is next to Chase Bank. Store hours have not been determined, but owners say the shop will be closed on Mondays. Visit www.neducopia.com for more information.
Store owners said they will sell used games and vintage collectibles as well. Comic books have not yet arrived in the store, but owners said they will take customer suggestions about what to order.
Store hours are as of yet to be finalized, but owners say the shop will be closed on Mondays. Hours being considered are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through the week with later hours on Fridays and Saturdays. The store is located on Main Street in Buckhannon next to Chase Bank.
The Buckhannon location is only the physical store location. The store is owned by Greg Peterkin, David Fitzgerald and Tracy Fitzgerald. The available items can also be viewed or purchased online at www.nerducopia.com or on Ebay.
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