Comic Con returns to Birmingham this weekend, marking the last UK MCM Expo of the year. For those of you that are fans of anime and videogames, this is an event not to be missed!
From retro gaming to cosplay, MCM Birmingham is sure to please all that attend over the weekend. Looking to get a hold of the latest anime and manga series, or find some rare merchandise? Be sure to check out the many dealer stalls that will be present at the expo. Those that want to acquire something more unique can check out the comic village, which is always full of talented and enthusiastic artists ready to show off their work.
As for gaming, there will be a variety of setups for gamers to try out. Rising Star Games will be present, with some of their latest releases ready to play, while the SEGA Megadrives & SNES’ will represent the best of gaming’s past. Dance Dance Revolution, a staple of recent MCM expos, which is sure to entertain all that give it a go. For those that have yet to try out DDR, it’s a popular rhythm game, where you have to hit coloured arrows with your feet in time with the music and visual cues.
MCM Birmingham will also play host to many different guests from a wide variety of shows, including Todd Haberkorn, voice artist of Natsu from Fairy Tail, along with many other anime series. A full list of guests can be viewed on the MCM special guests page.
MCM Birmingham takes place this weekend on November 23rd – 24th. Tickets prices range from £10-16 for adult tickets per day, and can be booked here. Tickets for MCM Birmingham also grant access to Memorabilia, Britain’s largest collectors’ event. For more information regarding the event, including travel and opening times, visit the main MCM Birmingham page. Make sure to leave a comment below if you will be attending, since it would be great to meet fans of Rice.
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