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What started as an idea blossumed into reality.  The shows began on October of 2011, our founder, Leo Guerrero, attended many conventions during the 1980's when they were held in the loop at the Congress Hotel. It was a time that any collector could go get his/her favorite collectible and get a chance to meet any creative person from any comic book company. 
G Connn, formally called T-C-S, started at the Holiday Inn of Midway Airport in a 2000 square foot room, and now has moved to the Orland Park Civic Center, which is 4300 square feet of space. Dealers include comic shops, vintage toys, and all other memorabilia ranging from posters to statues are represented at each show. We strive to get as diversified an offering as we can so that you, the collector, can have more to choose from.
This latest show, which will take place on Sunday, September 8th, will have a lot of what collectors expect at a show:  great dealers and easily accessible creators.

 

 

Here is a sampling of the dealers who will be there:

  • Jim Simants: collector of many Bronze Age and Silver Age comics, brings his years of experiece to the show.

  • Roger Webb: hailing from Kankakee, IL, this long time collector stocks up on independent comics from the past 20 years.

  • Hector Quintero: a comic book affectionado who offers great prices on books

  • First Aid Comics of Hyde Park: James Nurss owns a store that provides current and back issue comic books and card gaming nights. www.firstaidcomics.com/

  • 3 Keys Comics: Scott Anderson sells well stocked comics and funko pops in his store  www.facebook.com/3keyscomics/

  • Kardboard Korner: We are Kardboard Korner, Your new TCG Shop.When Final Fantasy released their TCG, Niko, the owner, was hooked. Niko also sells Pokemon cards 

       https://kardboardkorner.com/

  • Ignatius Armenta is a long-time collector of Silver, Bronze, and Copper Age books.  Look for him to provide a big selection of what you may be looking for

  • Rich Ortega: a long-time Indianian who specializes in Bronze, Copper, and Modern books.  Quite a selection

  • Armando Saucedo: fellow collector who has many unique funko pops for sale

  • Ray Page: sells Silver, Bronze, and Copper comics and has quite the selection

  • Geekdsoap: vendors of soap with the collectors twist in mind

  • Nino Mesarina is a local artist who has many prints up for sale at the show  www.instagram.com/ninomesarina/

  

Comic Con
Where is it?

Where is it?

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Orland Park Civic Center

14750 S Ravinia Ave,

Orland Park, IL 60462

(708) 403-6200

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