London Film & Comic

 

LONDON FILM AND COMIC CON IS BACK!

TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR – ALL DAYS

Friday preview night: (6pm-9pm) – £5.

Saturday / Sunday: Early entry from 9am – £12 (all ages). Standard entry from 11am – £6 adults, £3 children (aged 12 and under). Under 4s go free when accompanied by a paying adult. Doors open: 9am to 6pm both days. Last admission 5.30pm.

WORLD EXCLUSIVE MOVIE AND TV PANELS!

DREDD!

It’s judgement time! Be the first to hear about the new DREDD movie from Dredd himself; Karl Urban will be taking to the stage with Writer Alex Garland, Producers Andrew MacDonald and Allon Reich, and Artist Jock. The panel will be taking place at 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday! Judement is Coming….

HUNTED!

In another world exclusive we have MELISSA GEORGE (The Slap, In Treatment, Alias) taking to the stage on Sunday at 12pm with footage from her new BBC One suspense thriller HUNTED! Joining Melissa is writer FRANK SPOTNITZ (X-Files, Strike Back) to talk about Hunted and it’s “action, huge story twists and intriguing characters!”

 ROBERT RANKIN LAUNCHES EMPIRE COMIC

Author of far fetched fiction Robert Rankin will be selling his EMPIRES at this years Comic Con!

This limited edition comic is Robert’s first foray into the world of the comic book, and only 1,000 copies will be available at the event, along with signed copies of his books and other goodies!

Robert will be at London Film and Comic Con and will be signing and chatting to fans on both days.

Batmobile!

We try to pull out something new every year, and this year is no exception. Come along to LFCC this July and see one of the coolest cars around; The Batmobile! We will have the car from the 1989 Tim Burton version of Batman on display at the show.

Michael Winslow Talk

We are very pleased to have Michael Winslow joining at this years LFCC. He will be taking centre stage in a FREE talk over the weekend to take your questions and showcase his amazing voice talents! If you have never heard Michael in person this talk is not to be missed! Make sure you head over to the talk area on the day to take part in this amazing experience.

X-Files Original Prop Display and Auction.

LFCC is the place to be for any X-Files fan. If Scully herself, Gillian Anderson, and Nicholas Lea attending the show wasnt enough, we are pleased to announce that LFCC will be host to an original prop and costume display featuring many items from the long running TV series. On top of that there is the opportunity to get yoru hands on some of your very own X-Files memorabilia in our X-files auction! With items such as signed sripts, screen used costumes and David Duchovy autographs up for grabs, make sure you are at the auction that will be taking place directly after the X-Files talk!

Photo Shoot with Chris Judge in Costume.

Have your photo taken with Teal’c in this rare opportunity for a photoshoot with Chris Judge in full make up and costume. He will even have his staff weapon! You can book your photo opportunity with Chris at our online store HERE now!

Dedicated Comic Area!

For the first time ever we will have a dedicated area for Comics! We have many comic guests announced already including Lee TownsendHenry DaviesGary FrankPere Perez, Ramon F Bachs,Jesus SaizDan AbnettAndy LanningAndres Guinaldo andFernando Blanco.

There will also be a special design area for the artists to sign autographs, take commissions for your very own one-of-a-kind sketch, and sell their one off art work. If you have an interest in creating your own comic, LFCC is the place to be! With specialists from across the comic world, you will never be far away from an expert with the answer!

With many more guest still to be announced LFCC 2012 is looking set to be the biggest yet! Dont forget to keep an eye on our forum for our latest guest announcements, it’s the best place for all our exciting up to date news! Or you could always follow us on Twitter @showmasters

… and much more. For further information click here.

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Manga: Professor Munakata’s British Museum adventure

Friday 25 November 18.30

Hoshino Yukinobu is one of Japan’s leading manga artists – a Japanese form of graphic novel.

In a unique collaboration with the British Museum Hoshino has created a compelling adventure that revolves around Professor Munakata’s attempts to unravel the mystery of the missing Stonehenge megaliths and the threats to the British Museum’s treasured holdings.

Hoshino’s original work was featured in a Room 3 display in 2009. Nicole Rousmaniere, British Museum, discusses the creation of this manga and places it in the larger context of the medium. Introduced by Paul Gravett, Director of Comica Festival and editor of 1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die. This event marks the publication of Professor Manakata’s British Museum Adventure in English.

Followed by a pay bar.

£5, Members and concessions £3