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Frank & Son Collectible Show, City of Industry

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  • Best place to find collectibles of comics, toys, star wars, sports, etc. After visiting this place you will never want to go to your local comic book store again.  more »
  • This is a warehouse that has individual sellers with their own booths. Kind of like an indoor swap meet with all the collectibles you can possibly imagine. However ... that does not mean that the pric...  more »
  • A tremendous number of card and movie collectibles. Very few stamp vendors. Lots of parking, easy admission.  more »
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  • Cool place to find all kinds of collectibles. In my mid thirties, I get great memories from all the toys I grew up with and find lot's of current trends too. Great for sports, comics, and toy memorabilia.
  • A must visit for the collectable crowd in Southern California and beyond. From my personal favorite Funko pops to obscure anime model kits and sports memorabilia, you're sure to find something for you or the nerd in your life. If you're in the market for exclusive pops, the Animetasia booth particularly has you covered.
  • So many good memories of Frank's. This was one of the first places my husband took me when I met him out here. We love collectibles, and Frank's delivered! Basically it's like the shopping floor of a convention. There are tons of booths for all sorts of collectibles (cards, sports, anime, comics, video games, ect). Some of the vendors aren't completely on the level (some of the game sellers gouge), but if you stick to Video Game Bros you're pretty much good in terms of games. There's a guy on the far west row in the veeeeery back who's awesome too (he has a lot of retro lunchboxes, toys, and some video games as well), but I can't remember the name of his shop. Just arrive EARLY. The parking is horrendous.
  • If you are a collector of almost any sort, this is the spot to go to. Great place to find awesome deals on video games, tcg's, comics, sports memorabilia and more. Biggest pain points is that it's only open two days a week (Wednesday's & Saturdays) and the real terrible parking experience.
  • They have tons of collectibles here. From Disney pins to hot wheels, they have it all. Entry and parking is free. They're only open on Wednesday and Saturdays and it can get crowded.