MCM Liverpool 12-13th March and Birmingham 19-20th March

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MCM Liverpool 12-13th March and Birmingham 19-20th March

First up… The first ever MCM Liverpool!

We’re so excited to come to the very first ever MCM Comic Con in Liverpool this weekend – if it’s anything like Manchester it’s going to be amazing - we can’t wait to head up North again and see what Merseyside has to offer!

If you live in or near Liverpool and have never been to an MCM event before come on down and check out the greatest collection of games, comics, films, sci fi and Japanese culture in the Northwest. And if you’ve been to MCM before head over and see what’s new! We’re wondering what the cosplayers will have thought up this time…

There looks to be a great line-up again. Guests-wise you can expect visits from Paul Amos and Victoria Atkin, the stars who voice Assassin’s Creed, Lindsay Wagner (the Bionic Woman), and Craig Parker (the elf Haldir from Lord of the Rings) as well as the chaps from the old classic Red Dwarf. Check out the MCM website for the full programme!

We’ll be launching our new Death Note-inspired design – previewed in the banner at the top of this blog – and bringing our Sith and Dark Lords designs to the MCM crowd. We can’t wait to see what you all think – we’re really proud of them and hope you will all like them too!

Tickets are still available for Sunday but all the weekend and Saturday tickets are gone – so better get over to the website quick and snap up yours… You don’t want to miss out – be there or be square!

And then… MCM Birmingham!

The week after that we’re back up to the midlands for MCM Birmingham for the third time. Birmingham is always a great expo with super-friendly people and a great location in the NEC, and we’re looking forward to coming back again.

There’s another great line-up of guests including Murdoch Mysteries stars Hélène Joy and Thomas Craig and a special Dad’s Army feature here!

There are still a fair few tickets for MCM Birmingham – don’t leave it too late to book your place; do it now!

What are you looking forward to at MCM Liverpool and/or MCM Birmingham?

What should we look out for?

What do you think of our latest designs?

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