Here is the List of some of the Vendors we have lined up for our first ever EliteCon:

  1. The Comic Crypt: Specializes in certified Comics from the Golden to Modern Ages. Also carries an assortment of Retired Legos and AFA-graded toys.
  2. MCollectibles: Central Florida's premiere destination for Exclusive and Hard-to-Find Funko Pop! Vinyls, as well as Toys, retired Legos, Action Figures, and more.  
  3. Captain's Comics: Rick Fortenberry is a private collector and dealer out of South Carolina who is well known around the south for his high quality comic offerings from the Golden Age to present...he is also one of the nicest guys in the hobby and easy to deal with.  
  4. Key Comics: Brothers Malcom and Cameron Kay are out of North Carolina, and will bringing a nice assortment of quality comic offerings from the Golden to Modern Age.  
  5. North Coast Nostalgia: Dave Kapelka from Ohio is well known and respected around the vintage comic community for his great selection of high grade comics spanning all the Ages.  He will be bringing his fantastic inventory of top-notch comics to EliteCon.
  6. DTA Collectibles: Tampa locals David and Tyler Alexander will bring their wonderful show inventory of vintage comics from the Golden to Copper Ages.  They also specialize in pulps, magazines, fanzines, and just about anything else you can think of.  Click on their logo below to check out their website. 
  7. Emerald City Comics: The premiere comic shop in the Tampa area, with a great selection of toys, comics, games, and just about anything else you can think of, will also be set up with owner Neil Johnson in attendance.
  8. Private Collector # 1: Yes, we will have some fantastic private collectors as well with quality material for sale, but we are not publishing their names for obvious reasons.  This one has a large collection of vintage Star Wars toys and memorabilia that he will be offering for at EliteCon.  
  9. Private Collector # 2: This collector will be bringing a large assortment of high end modern toys and retired Lego sets. Many are still in sealed shipper cases and in perfect shape.  Think early Wave Star Wars Black series, discontinued Funko Pops!, Star Wars UCS sets, etc.