- Destroy All Podcasts DX Episode 295 - San Jose Super Toy Comic & Collectible Show Aug. 17 '13
- San Jose Super Toy, Comic Book & Collectible Show
Destroy All Podcasts DX Episode 295 - San Jose Super Toy Comic & Collectible Show Aug. 17 '13
Eric B’s Daily Vlogs #532 - San Jose Super Toy Comic and Collectible Showand head to toe physical therapy cartoon characters with big heads and small bodies
There are artists, video game memorabilia and dolls galore.. Really, too much variety to list. Lindsay Wagner. In the late s and early s, she reprised the role in several bionic reunion television movies. Wagner began acting professionally in , and has maintained a lengthy acting career in a variety of film and television productions to the present day. Create your own review.
This morning I awoke to a fun day ahead of me. Walking around, there are a lot of great vintage toys, as well as lots of modern toys. There is a little bit of everything. A little extra money up front is a price I am willing to pay to get in the door and shop around before the crowds start. I am not a huge fan of crowds, and even less of a fan of the GIANT line that always forms as the place opens. The Show is held down at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds, in one of their large buildings.
More than fair price considering the cost of admission is for 2 days. This is my 2nd time attending it. The last one I went to in November was just 1 day. Apparently there are 3 shows a year, 2 of them being 2 day shows. I went for the online early bird special and was able to skip the line completely and get in early.
Click [HERE] to surprise a dinosaur. I appreciated the story of your original Metroplex, Jeremy. I'll bet most of us have tales about this or that favorite Transformer, but yours had a particular sense of who you were and where your life was going. It was an almost uncomfortably intimate memory to hear, but I shared a link of this on the SF Bay area gunpla facebook group. It's cool to hear about the things that shape us both as collectors and people.
They had to wake up at five. They are among the droves of early birds hunting for pop culture memorabilia at the San Jose Super Toy, Comic Book and Collectible Show, which has grown from a ragtag collection of 40 booths back in to more than vendors today. Four thousand pop culture fiends are expected to attend the fair, which continues Sunday at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds. A flashback to the geek lore of yore, the festival tempts patrons with everything from s tin robots, Mr. Welcome to nirvana for nerds. Many fans jump at the chance to dress up as their favorite characters. Wonder Woman and Clark Kent made the rounds.
San Jose Super Toy, Comic Book & Collectible Show