It’s the UK’s largest comic con and we’ll be there at MCM Expo London Comic Con on 24-26 October 2014.
Last time over 100,000 people came along to London Comic Con and it was a really great show. If you haven’t been before, or have missed a few years, it’s got better and better. There’s a Pop Asia section with Japanese food, snacks, fashion and its own stage, Vidfest with YouTube creators, as well as video game previews, nerd board game demos, special guests signing autographs (last time we saw the Fonz!) and so many stalls selling all manner of geeky merchandise including comics, anime, manga, figures, sweets, games, posters, cosplay outfits and even swords and ninja stars! It really is huge, taking over both halls at ExCel, with more cosplayers than you’ve ever seen and a really buzzing atmosphere.
For an idea of what the show’s like, take a look at our photos from last time.
UPDATE: Here’s our preview video of what we’ll be up to, our new stuff and where to find us!
Meet Cakes with Faces
Come and see us at our stall in the North hall (the original/first hall). It’ll also be Cakes with Faces’ third birthday! Although I’ve been drawing for years and years, the online shop opened in 2011 at the same time as our first ever stall at MCM London, so it’s a special show for us.
We’ll be bringing along our newest t-shirt designs, watches, accessories and charms, as well as some exciting new things! At the moment we’re working really hard on some brand new Cakes with Faces stuff – for now we’ll keep you in suspense, but we can’t wait to show you!
MCM Comic Con Floorplan
We’ll be in the North hall on stand W6 – here’s where to find us on the floorplan. If you walk along the side by the entrances, we’ll be near the entrance by the Fine Burger Company. Keep an eye on our Twitter and I’ll tweet who we’re next to, so you can find us.
Buying your tickets online in advance costs less than on the day, and guarantees you entry if they sell out. You can get tickets for a single day or the whole weekend. Choose between early entry and standard tickets. Get your tickets from the MCM Comic Con website…
Friday and Sunday are usually less crowded than Saturday. You’re guaranteed to see lots of awesome cosplays whichever day you visit. It’s such a busy show that there are often queues to get in, so bring your Nintendo DS or something to keep you entertained, just in case! If you’ve never been before and you have any questions about the show, just get in touch on our Facebook or Twitter and we’ll help you out!