Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash is a comic and novelty store owned and operated by filmmaker Kevin Smith. Merchandise includes comic books, comic-related merchandise, and View Askew film-related items (i.e. apparel, action figures, posters, etc.). Currently, the store can be found at 35 Broad Street in Red Bank, New Jersey. The "West Coast Stash," in the Westwood, Los Angeles, California section of Los Angeles, California, closed in October of 2007..
In late 2007, The Secret Stash West re-opened as a part of DVD retailer Laser Blazer 
In the moviesEdit
The Stash has been a notable place for owner Kevin Smith to shoot some of his View Askew films. It first appeared in a deleted scene from Chasing Amy as Steve-Dave and Walt's comic book store. It saw more prominence in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back as Brodie's Secret Stash, a comic store owned by Mallrats character Brodie Bruce (Jason Lee).
Additionally, many props from Smith's movies have made their way to both Stash locations (most notably the "Buddy Christ" statue from Dogma and the "Bluntman and Chronic" props from Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back). Though not for sale, visitors nevertheless are permitted to snap photographs of the memorabilia.