The name sounds like an average comic store, but this is one for the otaku.
While there is some merchandise for western titles, there’s not any comics here other than manga.
However, it’s an excellent selection of manga. In fact, as well as the usual Spanish language books, there’s even a small section of manga in the original Japanese. Although, when I visited, all of the Japanese language books seemed to be yaoi. So unless you’re into that genre, it’s probably just Spanish.
There’s also an excellent selection of figures and merchandise, and while there aren’t any gashapon machines, there’s a wide variety of gashapon toys.
When I visited, the TV screen in the main room was even playing Doraemon, for that extra anime touch.
Between this place and Otaku Center, you should be able to satisfy any Japanophile tendencies with ease.
Open: 12:00-15:00 & 17:00-21:00 Tues-Sat, 13:00-15:00 & 17:00-20:00 Sun.
Nearest Metros: Tribunal (lines 1 & 10), Noviciado (line 2), Callao (lines 3 & 5).