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California Comic Convention (January 2012)


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Convention Name
California Comic Convention (January 2012)
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This convention will take place:
  • for one day only.

About This Convention
The sixth year of the California Comic Convention will again be held in Yorba Linda ( Orange County) California. The show will be on Sunday between the Football play-offs and Super-Bowl, so no one attending will miss the games. This show will feature mostly Vintage Comics, Fanzines and Artwork. The Guests will be those that drew in the Silver and Bronze age of comics. Because the show has been so successful in the past, all tables are already spoken for.
We are starting a waiting list at this time for a possible expansion room. We offer a low cost raffle with hundreds of dollars worth of CGC comics and original artwork.
Venue Name and Address
4501 Casa Loma Ave
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
United States
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Number of Dealer/Exhibitor Tables
Projected Attendance
Please select the Category that best describes the convention
Comic Books
Additional Categories
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy
Herb Trimpe, More TBA

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California Comic Convention is celebrating its 15th year at the WESTIN SOUTH COAST PLAZA in Orange County, CA on Sunday, February 5, 2025. This event will focus on vintage comics and comic book art. Dozens of dealers from across the U.S. will offer a large selection of items sought-after by collectors and investors. Desert Wind will be available to take attendees’ submissions and to witness the original signatures of our guest artists. In addition, we will raffle dozens of valuable items throughout the day including CGC graded comics, original comic book pages, guest artist sketches. Heritage Auctions will be set-up and taking consignments at this event. Val Mayerik, Gary Gianni, Aaron Lopresti, Randy Emberlin, Mike Royer, John Livesay, Matt Cossin, Mikey Cossin, Marv Wolfman, Scott Shaw, Scott_Shaw Joe Rubenstein


  1. I went last year and thought that it was good, just not great. They had only two artists (whoses names I can’t remember) there last year, so it was kind of a bummer. Fortunately, if you are into buying back issues, you will find alot of comics there. They especially had some kind of hard books to find. Most books, however, can be found at most comic stores. In order for California Comic Con to be a greater sucess, they will really need to have more hard to find books, sell more variety of stuff (original artwork, sketches, sketchbooks, statues, trading cards, etc.) and invite more artists and writers. I mean, they really need to make it worth it to make the long drive to Yorba Linda. I think I will go to just to get Herb Trimpe’s autograph on a comic or two.

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