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The Imaginarium: Steampunk Sequential Art Trilogy Launched at MCM London Comic Con!

Meticulously crafted by Gary Nicholls, a British photographic sequential artist, comes the first book of his conceptualised neo-gothic fairy story eponymously based on the Victorian fairground attractions of The Imaginarium. ‘The Imaginarium’ tells an intricate, fantastical, dark but ultimately beautiful steampunk story through the unique medium of fine art images. Four years in the making, Nicholls’ creation is so much more than just a book – it’s an adventure through the power of art that simultaneously tells an epic, powerful story readers will be immersed in from page one.

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Rumours abound of spellbinding gadgets that can turn ordinary men into Steampunk Giants. Stainless steel and calico wings that turn mortals, into Winged Angels. Steampunk brass and copper pasties, evil villainy and the Necessitti – a magical, stupendous, leggiadrous object of sheer beauty. . Inspired by a visit to The Lincoln Asylum Steampunk Festival in 2012, Gary Nicholls has created a world of Dickens with gadgets, and oh, the gadgets….Gadgets that can take you to fantasmagorical events, or transport you to a world where the airship is “the only way to travel Dahling!” This is the fantastical story that is book one in The Imaginarium Trilogy and is called Eva’s Story. A costume, a character, a gadget and a convoluted dark tale to confound and entertain the reader. Perhaps ‘hugely complicated and complex’ is a good description, considering the trilogy’s first volume contains thousands of words and over 150 fine art images that have taken years to craft. It’s a rare format for a work of fiction, tied together with a story that Dickens could surely have imagined himself.


With a composite leather cover, high end printing with spot varnished plates this is your opportunity to meet the characters and buy a copy of this unique book. This kind of work has never been produced before in this manner and The Steampunk Emporium area at MCM London is where it is being launched. The two main Characters, Eva and Dr William with Gary Nicholls will be signing the books. Each book is a limited collectors edition with 200 of the 1,000 available sold in pre-order.

Signed, numbered, hologrammed and certified each book is a work of art. With the book 30cm x 30cm weighing 2.5 kilos, containing close to 150 plates, it is an epic tale set in a Steampunk world of wickedness, betrayal, murder and greed, where one lost soul stands out as Eva’s saviour…There is a secret in a box which weaves its way through the entire trilogy. From wickedness, treachery, secrets and murder, the plot twists and turns, each character having their own story that builds into the final sections where all is revealed.


Gary will also be revealing an amazing twist to book 2, due out in 2018, involving a time capsule that has been buried somewhere in the world containing £15,000 worth of art.

Props and costumes from the story will be on exhibition with Limited edition metal prints from Book 1 for sale. There is an opportunity to discuss the project with the makers, who will be there on the stand. There will also be talks about the project throughout the weekend on the Steampunk Emporium Stage.

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UK Championships of Cosplay – MCM London Comic Con 2018 Rules

MCM London Comic Con 2018:
UK Championships Of Cosplay Rules

How it works
The Prizes
UK Championships of Cosplay Rules

How It Works

The MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay is a celebration of all pop culture. It is a craftsmanship award show with a pre-judging session and a stage display.  All entries must represent a character or element from the pop culture realm.

Each entrant will submit an application to be reviewed by the MCM team – entrants may only enter one costume into the competition. If approved, accepted contestants will be contacted by the MCM Team and will advance on to the competition stage of the MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay. Contestants will be judged on the quality and craftsmanship of their costumes. You can enter with costumes that are also being entered in the MCM London Cosplay Masquerades.  No store bought or commissioned costumes will be eligible to enter.

Selected contestants will be pre-judged for craftsmanship off stage and then battle it out on the Main Stage for First Place in their respective categories.  Those First Place category winners will then move on to the Final round to win prizes and the title of MCM Comic Con Champion.

Contestants will provide MCM with a brief costume description for the host to read as they cross the stage and exhibit two to three poses before exiting. No speaking or individualization of music is allowed as pre-selected music will play throughout the event. The time limit per participant on stage is approximately one minute.

Space in the MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay is limited and entry will be based on each applicant’s form and picture. There are no group entries allowed.

The Prizes


  • 1st Prize
    • £500 + trophy
    • Two (2) weekend tickets to MCM Birmingham Comic Con November 2018
    • Travel to MCM Birmingham Comic Con 2018 (arranged by MCM)
    • Hotel for two (2) nights in Birmingham for MCM Birmingham Comic Con November 2018
    • Automatic entry into the Final Round of the UK Comic Con Championships of Cosplay at MCM Birmingham Comic Con November 2018
  • 2nd Prize
    • £300
    • Trophy
    • Two (2) weekend tickets to any MCM Comic Con event within 12 months
  • 3rd Prize
    • £200
    • Trophy
    • Two (2) weekend tickets to MCM Comic Con November within 12 months
  • Judges choice award
    • Selection of Cosplay crafting materials and certificate


The UK Championships of Cosplay Rules:

Participants in the MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay must adhere to the following:

  1. Costumes must represent an existing or recognizable character or element from the pop culture realm, including comic books, movies & television, video games, anime & manga or fantasy:
    – Comic Books e.g. Superman, Spider-Man, Poison Ivy, Dr. Doom, Rogue, etc.
    – Movies & Television e.g. Darth Vader, The Doctor, Rick Grimes, The Terminator, Daenerys Targaryen, Hit-Girl.
    – Video Games e.g. Master Chief, Sarah Kerrigan, Booker DeWitt, Lara Croft, Link, Samus Aran.
    – Anime & Manga e.g. Ichigo Kurosaki, Mikasa Ackermanm, Sheryl Nome, Eva-01.
    – Fantasy e.g. Witches, Princesses, Zombies, Pirates, Vampires, Steampunk, Sakizo art.
    It does not include characters or elements from theatre and musicals productions; bands, musicians and drag acts; mashups of multiple characters and unofficial variants; or human form interpretations of non-human characters or ‘gijinka’.
  2. All selected contestants are responsible for all expenses related to competing in the MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay including all lodging and travel to and from the convention center. All contestants must have a Badge valid on Sunday at MCM.
  3. A contestant may participate in the UK Championships of Cosplay only once per year. Applicants may not register multiple times with multiple costumes. A contestant can only enter once across all four events and only wear one costume.
  4. Group costumes are not allowed.
  5. Entrants must provide a written description that the host will read during their appearance on stage. This may describe the details of the costume or provide a story about the character being portrayed. You may offer details about the construction process, materials, number of work hours, or anything that might impress the judges and fans. This description is limited to 100 words. MCM reserves the right to edit introduction material for time and content.
  6. All accepted contestants must check in for craftsmanship judging on the contest day. Failure to appear at check-in will result in disqualification. If accepted, MCM will notify you when and where the craftsmanship judging will take place. Information will be provided to you closer to the competition. You must appear in costume at the time of your check-in.
  7. To be judged for accuracy as a visual reference, you must submit a front and back colour image with your application or via email to cosplay@mcmexpo.net. Failure to provide suitable quality images will mean points will not be awarded for accuracy.
  8. Electronic media (i.e. CDs) will not be accepted nor will bringing a laptop or video device (i.e. iPods) to pre-judging. No skits are allowed on stage or during judging.
  9. No profanity allowed on stage. That includes messages on signs or clothes. Anyone who violates this may be disqualified from the competition.
  10. No political or religious statements are allowed on stage or during judging. Anyone who violates this may be disqualified from the competition.
  11. Costumes cannot promote alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco, firearms/weapons (or the use of any of the foregoing), any activities that may appear unsafe or dangerous or any particular political agenda or message.
  12. Costumes cannot be obscene or offensive, endorse any form of hate or hate group;
  13. Costume cannot defame, misrepresent or contain disparaging remarks about MCM and ReedPOP and their products, or other people, products or companies;
  14. Costume cannot communicate messages or images inconsistent with the positive images and/or goodwill to which MCM and ReedPOP wishes to associate; and
  15. Costume cannot depict, and cannot itself, be in violation of any UK law.
  16. Please refrain from wearing or using any substances that may potentially interfere with another participant’s costume. If you are wearing body paint or make-up, please make sure it will not come in contact with others. Do not bring anything on stage that could damage the other costumes. Do not leave anything on stage at all.
  17. No nudity. All costumes should provide enough coverage to be worn in public and should be in good taste and appropriate for a family-friendly show. Gore, graphic violence or other objectionable elements may be grounds for disqualification as determined by the judges or MCM
  18. Contestants are responsible for their own belongings. We are unable to provide a secure area for personal items. We recommend bringing an assistant to help with belongings.
  19. Any participant may be disqualified from the contest by MCM for failure to observe any of these rules. All decisions made by the judges are final.
  20. Pre-fabricated, store-bought costumes and commissioned costumes cannot compete in the Cosplay Contest. All costumes must be made by the wearer. A portion of the costume (such as leotard, tights and shoes) may be from purchased, finished goods, but at least 60% of the costume should have been constructed by the creator of the costume.  If you have made heavy alterations to a store-bought garment and wish to enter it into the construction part of the contest, you must be able to explain how you have altered it and the processes that such an endeavor entailed.  Unaltered, store-bought assemblies of clothing to represent a character or “costume” are NOT allowed.
  21. No electrical power connections will be provided. If your costume requires power it must be part of your costume design.
  22. Wings, large props, or large costumes are just fine, but if your costume is over 8 feet tall, or 3 feet wide you may not fit through the doors. If possible, make wings and other parts that make your costume detachable. We have no limit on the size of costumes or props, but ask that you be safe and aware while on stage.  You will be responsible for ALL damage to the stage, lighting, technical aspects or any convention property.
  23. All entrants must be 18 or older to compete.
  24. All participants who make it to prejudging will be required to sign a permission/release/waiver form to participate in the contest.
  25. Your costume must allow movement with limited assistance. Your costume must not impede your ability to get on and off stage.  Furthermore, your costume cannot be built on stage.
  26. Release:By accepting a prize, each Winner agrees to release and hold harmless Sponsor and its direct and indirect subsidiaries, suppliers, distributors, advertising/promotion agencies, and prize suppliers (if any), and each of their respective parent companies and each such company’s officers, directors, employees and agents; from and against any claim or cause of action, including, but not limited to, personal injury, death, or damage to or loss of property, arising out of participation in the Contest or receipt or use or misuse of any prize.
  27. MCM reserves the right to cancel, suspend and/or modify the Contest, or any part of it, if any fraud, technical failures or any other factor beyond MCM’s reasonable control impairs the integrity or proper functioning of the Contest, as determined by MCM in its sole discretion. MCM reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual it finds to be tampering with the entry process or the operation of the Contest or to be acting in violation of the Official Rules of this or any other promotion or in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner.  Any attempt by any person to deliberately undermine the legitimate operation of the Contest may be a violation of criminal and civil law, and, should such an attempt be made, MCM reserves the right to seek damages from any such person to the fullest extent permitted by law. MCM’s failure to enforce any term of these Official Rules shall not constitute a waiver of that provision.
  28. Limitations of Liability:MCM is not responsible for: (1) any incorrect or inaccurate information, whether caused by entrants, typographical errors, printing errors or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Contest; (2) technical failures of any kind, including, but not limited to malfunctions, interruptions, or disconnections in phone lines or network hardware or software; (3) unauthorized human intervention in any part of the entry process or the Contest; (4) technical or human error which may occur in the administration of the Contest or the processing of entries; or (5) any injury or damage to persons or property which may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from entrant’s participation in the Contest or receipt or use or misuse of any prize.  If for any reason an entrant’s entry is confirmed to have been erroneously deleted, lost, or otherwise destroyed or corrupted, entrant’s sole remedy is another entry in the Contest, if it is possible. If the Contest, or any part of it, is discontinued for any reason, Sponsor, in its sole discretion, may elect to hold a random drawing from among all eligible entries received up to the date of discontinuance for the prize offered herein.
  29. The judge’s decision is final and will be subject to independent audit review.
  30. All attendees entering the event will be reviewed for any props that resemble a weapon and this item will be tagged once deemed safe to the public. All other items deemed unsafe will be confiscated by Show Management.
  31. Employees, staff, crew or guests of MCM Expo Ltd and ReedPOP or any associated company and their immediate families, and persons connected with the contest e.g. prize sponsors or judges and their agents are not eligible to enter the contest.


To register, fill out the form below by 09:00 AM BST on 7th of October 2018.  All entrants must already be registered for the convention to be eligible for the costume contest.  A valid MCM Badge for Friday will be required when you check in.


If you have any questions about the MCM Comic Con Championships of Cosplay, please contact the Cosplay Team at cosplay@mcmexpo.net



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Robots and monsters and writers! Oh my! Mark Stay and Kit Cox coming to Comic Village

MarkStayMOBILERobots and monsters will be on the loose at London Comic Con later this month, with sci-fi authors Mark Stay and Kit Cox both meeting fans in the Comic Village area of the show.

The scriptwriter and co-creator of British sci-fi film Robot Overlords, Mark Stay has written the official novelisation of the movie. Published by Gollancz, the young adult novel expands on the story of the film with more edge-of-your-seat action, extra scenes and illustrations, taking the reader deeper into the dystopian world of robot-ruled Britain.

Directed by Jon Wright and starring Sir Ben KitCoxMOBILEKingsley and Gillian Anderson, Robot Overlords is an homage to the action adventure movies of the ’80s. Hitting cinemas earlier this year, the film was selected for the 58th London Film Festival and was the only British independent film in the top ten for the first two weeks of its release.

Our second featured author, Kit Cox, has made the world of steampunk his stomping ground, following up his 2012 book How To Bag a Jabberwock with two children’s and YA novels chronicling the adventures of junior monster hunter Benjamin Gaul in Victorian England – The Monster Hunter and soon-to-be-published sequel, Smoke and Mirrors.


— This news story is for October 2015’s MCM London Comic Con —

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Comic Village




Comic book writer and novelist Chris Claremont is most famous for his unbroken 17-year run on Marvel Comics’ Uncanny X-Men – developing the comic into one of Marvel’s flagship titles and working with John Byrne on the hugely influential ‘Dark Phoenix’ and ‘Days of Future Past’ story arcs. Claremont is also well known for his strong female protagonists, creating characters such as Rogue, Mystique, Jubilee, Phoenix and Emma Frost.



In addition to creating the iconic The Dark Knight Returns, the hugely-influential Miller has written a host of classic comics and graphic novels, from Sin City and 300 (both of which were adapted as major movies) to Daredevil: Born Again and Elektra: Assassin. Other acclaimed examples of Miller’s work include Batman: Year OneRoninHard Boiled and Martha Washington miniseries Give Me Liberty.




Rising to prominence with award-winning, Eduardo Risso-illustrated noir crime series 100 Bullets, Brian Azzarello is also well known for penning DC superhero titles such as JokerWonder WomanSuperman: For TomorrowLex Luthor: Man of Steel and Flashpoint: Batman – Knight of Vengeance. Other highlights of Ohio-born Azzarello’s distinguished comics career include writing for horror series Hellblazerand the Wild West-set Loveless.



Glasgow-born artist Frank Quitely – real name Vincent Deighan – is most famous for his multiple Eisner-winning collaboration with Grant Morrison on All-Star Superman, widely recognised as one of the best Superman series ever drawn. Other credits include New X-MenBatman and RobinThe InvisiblesThe Authority and The Sandman: Endless Nights. Together with Mark Millar, Quitely is the co-creator of Image Comics’ Jupiter’s Legacy.



Best known for series such as Harley QuinnPainkiller JanePower GirlVampirella and Eisner-nominated graphic novel The Pro, Conner’s comics CV features a host of top tiles including Lois LaneCodename: Knockout and Birds of Prey for DC Comics’ Vertigo line, X-Men Unlimited for Marvel and Blackbull Comics’ Gatecrasher, which she co-created. Her recent work includes art for the late Darwyn Cooke’sBefore Watchmen: Silk Spectre.



Multi award-winning writer and inker Jimmy Palmiotti has a tonne of high-profile projects to his name, including relaunching DC’s Harley Quinn series alongside partner Amanda Conner and co-creating Painkiller Jane and Marvel’s Marvel Knights imprint. Other work includes PowergirlDeadpoolMonolith and Jonah Hex for DC Comics, Back to Brooklyn and The Pro for Image Comics, The Last Resort for IDW and 21 Down for WildStorm.



Eisner-winning artist Tim Sale is most famous for his long-running collaboration with writer Jeph Loeb, most notably on DC titles such as Batman: Haunted KnightBatman: The Long HalloweenBatman: Dark Victory and Superman For All Seasons and Marvel’s ‘colour’ mini-series Spider-Man: BlueDaredevil: YellowHulk: Gray and Captain America: White. Sale also provided artwork for NBC drama Heroes, which Loeb wrote and co-produced.



Distinguished inker, penciller and colourist Klaus Janson’s numerous DC and Marvel credits include acclaimed collaborations with Frank Miller on Daredevil and The Dark Knight Returns, with Grant Morrison on Batman Gothic and with John Romita Jr. on series such as WolverineThe Amazing Spider-Man and Black Panther. Janson was recently one of the artists on Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello’s The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.



Writer and illustrator Frank Cho is best known for the award-winning Liberty Meadows, as well as series such as HulkMighty AvengersNew UltimatesTotally Awesome Hulk and Shanna, the She-Devil for Marvel Comics. Famous for his sexy, sometimes controversial takes on female superheroes, the super-talented Cho has also created covers for host of series, including Harley QuinnConan the CimmerianJungle Girl and Wonder Woman.



Perhaps best known to comic readers for his three-year run on Wolverine, New York native Frank Tieri has also written for Marvel titles such as New ExcaliburIron ManWeapon XUnderworldDeadpool and Black Knight. Meanwhile, Tieri’s work for other publishers includes Dynamite’s Red Sonja: The Black Tower, Top Cow’s The Darkness and DC’s Gotham UndergroundJSA Classified and Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys.



One of Marvel Comics’ go-to artists for eye-catching cover work, illustrator Mark Brooks’ awesome artwork adorns titles such as AvengersCable & DeadpoolUltimate X-MenNew X-Men, The Amazing Spider-ManThe Astonishing Ant-ManSecret Empire and the recent Star Wars: Han Solo. The American artist has also done work for DC Comics, Darkhorse Comics, Warner Brothers, Disney, Lucasfilm and Hasbro.



Currently drawing Justice League for DC Comics, British penciller Jim Cheung is the co-creator of Marvel Comics’ award-winning Young Avengers, illustrating titles such as 2010-2012 miniseries Avengers: The Children’s Crusade. Other work for Marvel includes The Amazing Spider-ManX-ForceCivil War IINew AvengersUncanny X-Men and Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., while Cheung also drew CrossGen’s hi-tech fantasy series Scion.



Following in the footsteps of his father, legendary Spider-Man artist John Romita Sr., comics artist John Romita Jr.’s has been illustrating big name titles for more than four decades now. Romita’s many Marvel credits include The Amazing Spider-ManIron ManThe Punisher War ZoneUncanny X-MenThor and – under its Icon imprint – Kick-Ass. His work for DC includes SupermanSuicide Squad and The Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade.



Illustrator, writer and filmmaker Billy Tucci will be best known to comics fans as the creator of modern-day samurai fable Shi, which has been printed in five languages and has sold more than four million copies worldwide. Debuting in 1993, Tucci’s naginata-wielding heroine is still going strong, most recently in Shi – Return of the Warrior. Tucci is also known for his work on DC’s Sgt. RockHarley QuinnFlash Vs. Superman and Batman.



A superhero fan from an early age, ace Mexican artist Jorge Molina’s work can be seen in Marvel series such as ThorStar WarsThe Superior Spider-ManX-ForceA-ForceAvengers World and the ongoing X-Men Blue, which he co-created with writer Cullen Bunn. Now with a decade’s experience in the industry, Molina’s credits also include video game, comic, clothing and product design for the likes of Image, UDON, Top Cow and DC Comics.



Peter Steigerwald has a long career in comics during which he has done nearly every job possible. He is best known as a colorist and for his artistic collaborations with Michael Turner. In 2003 he and Frank Mastromauro helped Michael found Aspen Comics. After Turner’s death in 2008, Peter has continued as Co-Owner of Aspen Comics with Frank, keeping Michael’s legacy alive and creating new projects and characters. Peter has also had a coloring hand in many high profile events and covers for DC, Marvel and Joe Benitez Productions’ Lady Mechanika



Joe Benitez is the creator, writer, and artist of the best-selling steampunk graphic novel, Lady Mechanika, a Victorian era sci-fi series about a young woman who survives a mad scientist’s horrific experiments that left her with mechanical limbs and no memory of how she obtained them. Joe has also worked on such titles as “Titans” and “Superman/Batman” (DC Comics), “Magdalena” and “The Darkness” (Image Comics), and “Soulfire” (Aspen Comics).


Comic Village Exhibitors

Game of Thrones Experience N200
MCM Comic Signings N210
Bloomsbury N300
Star Wars Books N301
Highgrade Comics N308
Travelling Man N310
CGC Comics N330
Mobile Massage N338
DestinyBlue Art N430
Sweatdrop Studios N530
Poster Posse N630
Steampunk Artists N630
Wacom N700
Diamond Comics N710
Hot Flips N720
Mixam N728
BHP Comics N729
Pulse Gallery N730
Black Watch Promotions N731
Forbidden Planet Ltd N800
MCM Authors Corner N800
Turnaround N810
Panini N811
PGUK & Quirk N830

Comic Village Line-Up


Emma VieceliEmma Vieceli
Gary ErskineGary Erskine
Jack LawrenceJack Lawrence
Goncalo LopesGoncalo Lopes
Joana LafuenteJoana Lafuente
John-Paul Bove - Writer/ColouristJohn-Paul Bove – Writer/Colourist
Laura HowellLaura Howell
Lee TownsendLee Townsend
Marc EllerbyMarc Ellerby
Martin GriffithsMartin Griffiths
Mike GarleyMike Garley
Sarah GraleySarah Graley
Kit Jo YukiKit Jo Yuki
The PrideThe Pride
Katie Whittle IllustrationKatie Whittle Illustration
Frisson ComicsFrisson Comics
C.P.Thompson PressC.P.Thompson Press
AfterLight ComicsAfterLight Comics
Ade BrownAde Brown
Anaseed ManAnaseed Man
Anastasia Catris - Artist & WriterAnastasia Catris – Artist & Writer
Big Punch StudiosBig Punch Studios
BRAMBLETYNE - Indie Comics & GamesBRAMBLETYNE – Indie Comics & Games
Childish Butt VomitChildish Butt Vomit
Colin Mathieson (Accent UK)Colin Mathieson (Accent UK)
Mister LucianMister Lucian
Josceline FentonJosceline Fenton
Nathan Hillustration and Dan ScarlettNathan Hillustration and Dan Scarlett
Ben Krefta ArtBen Krefta Art
Blue Fox ComicsBlue Fox Comics
Brogan CoralBrogan Coral
Lloyd and the BearLloyd and the Bear
Gyzra InkGyzra Ink
Hamster, Eagle HunterHamster, Eagle Hunter
Romantically ApocalypticRomantically Apocalyptic
Joe Sparrow / Dungeons & DrawingsJoe Sparrow / Dungeons & Drawings
TPub LtdTPub Ltd
YF StudioYF Studio
David. EDavid. E
Juju TreatsJuju Treats
Girl in the RainGirl in the Rain
Scandinavia and the WorldScandinavia and the World
Zuperbuu WorksZuperbuu Works
Di-Sketch @ EndlessDuskDi-Sketch @ EndlessDusk
Boe LeahyBoe Leahy
Neil SloranceNeil Slorance
Aiden GD MooreAiden GD Moore
Flintlock & Time Bomb ComicsFlintlock & Time Bomb Comics
Funky SpaceportFunky Spaceport
Genma VisageGenma Visage
Kayleigh of Kavon IllustrationKayleigh of Kavon Illustration
Kavon comicsKavon comics
Jade SarsonJade Sarson
Jed McPhersonJed McPherson
jenika ioffredajenika ioffreda
Ken McFarlaneKen McFarlane
Ken Reynolds - CognitionKen Reynolds – Cognition
Kit DrawsKit Draws
Lyndon WhiteLyndon White
Martin SimmondsMartin Simmonds
Matt GarveyMatt Garvey
Subversive ComicsSubversive Comics
Nikki stuNikki stu
Sammy BorrasSammy Borras
Metal Made FleshMetal Made Flesh
Sloth ComicsSloth Comics
Tim Kong artTim Kong art
Vamp The Lost SoulVamp The Lost Soul
Patrick WarrenPatrick Warren
Space Babe 113Space Babe 113
Nick BrokenshireNick Brokenshire
Harmonic InkHarmonic Ink
Dominic Blower Brainless BooksDominic Blower Brainless Books
Ben ShillitoBen Shillito
Sarah MillmanSarah Millman
Up to Four Players
Top-Banana & Feline TricksterTop-Banana & Feline Trickster
Emma GEmma G
Alex Lloyd illustrationAlex Lloyd illustration
Apila Pepita and BrociApila Pepita and Broci
Coco a. ClaireCoco a. Claire
Adam Lumb Creator of The Tide and Steve Thompson -  Kloob ComicsAdam Lumb Creator of The Tide and Steve Thompson – Kloob Comics
Amanda Elanor TribbleAmanda Elanor Tribble
Anthony D LeeAnthony D Lee
Bron JamesBron James
Flammable PenguinsFlammable Penguins
Hamish SteeleHamish Steele
Shadow WalkerShadow Walker
Mr. PictoMr. Picto
Beffums ArtworksBeffums Artworks
Screaming Rat ArtScreaming Rat Art
Sara VidigalSara Vidigal
Tripolar ComicsTripolar Comics
MLTY Comics & RoxABMLTY Comics & RoxAB
Marius Smuts ProductionsMarius Smuts Productions
Hari DrawsHari Draws
Nick Gribbon - The Dark Wood IllustrationNick Gribbon – The Dark Wood Illustration
BlopShop (Alex Hahn)BlopShop (Alex Hahn)
Art of ElmArt of Elm
Chie & InkoChie & Inko
Adrian SpeedAdrian Speed
Ecco RiverEcco River
Sammy Ward Draws / Tails of MysterySammy Ward Draws / Tails of Mystery
Fatal PeachFatal Peach
Kate mia illustratesKate mia illustrates
Scott KellyScott Kelly
Rebecca Blackwell ReadRebecca Blackwell Read
The SammThe Samm
Rik JacksonRik Jackson
Parallel Worlds: Dream CollideParallel Worlds: Dream Collide
Silvia CarrusSilvia Carrus
Robin HoelzemannRobin Hoelzemann
Thibaud de RochebruneThibaud de Rochebrune
Helenasia Feat Tom DigbyHelenasia Feat Tom Digby
Tom SparkeTom Sparke
Richard RudgeRichard Rudge
The Word for Word Bible ComicThe Word for Word Bible Comic
Craftea ArtCraftea Art
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Through out MCM London Comic Con we offer many attractions and we have listed some below, for more information on each area please click the relevant link.

MCM London Comic Con gives you the chance to meet stars from both Big and Small screens along games experts and voice artists.

The MEMORABILIA area in MCM London Comic Con brings together stars of the Big and Small screen from yester year, so take the chance of meeting some!

Offering you the chance to have your photograph taken in a professional photograph studio at the MCM London Comic Con with the stars in attendance, not only that they are printed and returned to you the same day.

Bringing you the best dealers from across the UK, Europe and the world, the chance to buy collectibles, Anime, Trading Card, Manga, DVD’s, Games, Comics, Toys and a whole load more.

PopAsia is an area within MCM London Comic Con. It offers a of a fusion of Asian Cultures, It allows you to take part and experience many cultural aspects including Music, Food, Fashion, Anime & Manga.

MCM London Comic Con and its visitors provide a unique fusion for Comic creators and fans to gather and share in sequential art goodness with those both new and experienced to the medium.

MCM London Comic Comic provides a range of support for Cosplayers, we also hold a Masquerade on stage and more!

Check out the spectacular costumes & performances from these creative pros, and discover who will be heading to Japan & Spain!

The MCM London Comic Con is home to the Main Stage, Centre Stage, Comic Village stage and the MCM Live Stage!

Bringing the past into the future!

Throughout the weekend of MCM London Comic Con many activities take place not only inside the show but outside as well, check it out!


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