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Get ready for the summer event of 2011, now even bigger and better and running over 3 days! London Film and Comic Con (LFCC) has something for everyone, whether you enjoy cosplay, j-culture, anime, manga, video gaming, sci-fi, fantasy or movies! There are far too many guests to list (last year had over 75 big names!) including voice-actress Mela Lee who voiced Yuki Cross in Vampire Knight amongst too many other anime to list and Jess Harnell from Transformers and Wall-E and MANY others.

You can check out all the guests at


Attendees should start saving up now for the many-many anime dealers who shall be selling your favourite DVDs, manga, merchandise and goodies in the Anime Zone!

Or if you get tired of all the frantic action, why not sit down and chillout watching some of your favorite anime bought to the very first time to London Film and Comic Con? We shall be showing various titles throughout the day from 10am in the morning right through to closing time!

And if that wasn't enough there will be voice-actors shall be doing free signings throughout the day including the likes of Mela Lee (Yuki Cross in Vampire Knight) and many more to come.


Grab your friends and come along to the Video Game Zone to challenge others across a variety of multi-player games! There will also be some of the biggest companies in attendance with the latest games to try out.

- Modern Gaming with the latest systems and games.
- Retro Gaming with all your favorite consoles.
- Handheld Corner - make sure to bring your DS/PSP!
- DDR/Stepmania with your favorite tunes.

Throughout the day there will be tournaments for you to compete in! The tournaments will have a cash prize of £10 to the winners of each! Stay tuned as we announce them!


The Cosplay Zone is back bigger and better than ever! Not only do we have the masquerade with big prizes for the winners, but we also have a series of cosplay workshops and presentations on stage. Get ready for a lot more information on this shortly!

As well as our events, there will be an Elegant Gothic Lolita section and themed displays such as steampunk. As always, we will have supplies in case you have to make any last-minute alterations or repairs to your costume. Expect to also see numerous prop displays as well.

Full changing facilities will be available for cosplayers in the zone throughout the day as well as a chillout spot for you to sit down and get to know fellow-cosplayers.


The Artists Alley is for professional and amateur comic & manga artists like to exhibit, chill out, draw, meet other artists. No experience required and absolute beginneers are more than welcome!

Make sure to check out the numerous guests and professional artists who shall be exhibiting including well known comics artists Lee Townsend, Liam Shalloo and many more! In the interests of supporting the art-community, art-tables are available for the entire weekend at a heavily discounted £40 per table. Please email to apply for one.

There shall be numerous events, talks, panels and workshops going on throughout the day. This shall include a Doll Meet, a panel on BJD, the Iron Artist (where the best artists compete against one another!), a portfolio building workshop, life drawing classes and much much more!


Casual play and trading areas will also be provided with a wide range of single cards, boosters, booster boxes and deck protector supplies will be available. Officially sanctioned tournaments and casual play bought to you by the Videodrone ( including popular Yu Gi Oh and Magic The Gathering Tournaments!


New to LFCC shall be the Japanese Culture area. Do you wish to learn more about the art of Origami, Bushido, Kimino-dressing, tea ceremony and so forth? Come along and sit down for a series of informal workshops and lectures on everything Japanese related. More information to come shortly as we confirm our workshops and talks!


Get your picture taken with your favourite stars by a professional photographer at London Film and Comic Con.

A real genuine keepsake to remind your of your day when you got to meet a favourite actor or actress. Photo Sessions take place early in the day to allow enough time for the photos to be developed so you can then take them away before you head home.

Each guest taking part in photo ops will be assigned one session per day, or one session over the weekend depending on demand, you can check which days when you pre-book your photo tickets but photo shoot times will not be released until nearer the event. Photo tickets can be brought on the day.


With nearly 100 guests and 100s of exhibitors and dealers, there is much much more than just the fan-zones. Make sure to also check out the stages for all the latest events, talks and happenings throughout the day.


For all the latest news and information why not join up on the forums at A great chance to get to know fellow attendees beforehand and to discuss the event!

Show Dates: 8th, 9th & 10th July 2011

Opening Times:
Friday (Preview Night): 6pm - 8pm
Saturday: Early Entry - 9am / Standard Entry from 11am - Show closes at 6pm.
Sunday: Early Entry - 9am / Standard Entry from 11am - Show closes at 5pm.

Ticket Prices
Friday preview night: £5.
Saturday and Sunday: Early entry - £12 all ages or £30 family ticket. Standard entry from 11am - £6 adults, £3 children (12 and under) or £15 family ticket.

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