Fats Comics & Collectables

Annerley

On the edge of a faded shopping strip sits this little retro gem of a shop with its stash of comics from the ’40s on as well as classic cars, games and action figure dolls, many in mint condition and still in their original boxes.

From Popeye, Dick Tracy, Casper, Batman and Spiderman to Star Trek and Mad, single or in sets, the golden era of comics lives on in here, surrounded by vintage matchbox cars, GI Joe action dolls, Betty Boop and original games such as Battleship, Kerplunk and Mousetrap.

Fats Comics & Collectables  

462 Ipswich Rd

Annerley

38481974 

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462 Ipswich Rd Annerley

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