Well, the time has come around once again and attendees will be flocking to the Docklands Excel Centre in London from the 25th to the 27th of May 2018. We at Renegade thought we should give you a quick low-down of whats to come.

The latest special guest has been announced as Felicia Day; Known for her work on TV show ‘Supernatural’ and web series ‘The Guild.’ She will be around on the Saturday and Sunday giving photo and autograph sessions priced at £36 each. Tickets will be available on the MCM website closer to the time.

Various video game companies shall be attending, bringing various titles both popular and upcoming. PopAsia shall be hosting a fusion of Japanese, Korean & Asian culture. Usually they have a dedicated area which brings an array of fashion, food, and also hosts its own stage featuring relevant entertainment.
The Comic Village shall be returning with various comic-book creators and artists. Also keep and eye out for as Vidfest and dealer stalls peddling various items and memorabilia.

Finally, the MCM party shall be back – this takes place on the Saturday of the event and gives people a chance to get together to meet, dance, eat and drink the evening away.

Tickets are available on the MCM website which you can get to on the link below. Priority Early Bird tickets are available now, priced as the following –
Friday £25.00
Saturday £27.00
Sunday £26.00
Friday to Sunday (Weekend priority) £68.49

Additional information will be updated on their website closer to the time but by going by previous track records tickets usually sell out fast, so act fast so you don’t miss out.

MCM Comic-con London website – http://www.mcmcomiccon.com/london/
Tickets are available here – https://www.mcmexpostore.com/collections/london-comic-con

As always, we will have some of our team from Renegade Revolution present at the event so do keep a look out for us there!

Photography © Jojo Yap-Sanderson and Scott Sanderson, 2017.

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