So today I went to my first Comic Con, not too sure what to expect. No kids, just me. I want to thank Birmingham Comic Con for the press pass for the day. I didn't dress up, I'm the type that likes to blend in, but I was blown away by all the amazing outfits. I kept it simple with my Princess peach vans & a toy story t-shirt.
There was so many people dressed up, so many cosplayers and everyone was so friendly. Here are a few of the pictures I took, with some of my favourites. There was so many different styles and it was amazing to see.
MCM Comic Con is very child friendly with Face painting, Lightsaber training and your very own treasure hunt, collecting a card and stickers to receive your own special cape on your way around. There was also a lovely reading/ kids corner which is great if you needed to just sit and take five minutes out from all the fun.
There was so many stalls with a host of different merchandise on From figures to Funko pops. Candy to paintings & keyrings to Jewellery. Something for the geek in you.
MCM Birmingham Comic Con gives you the chance to meet stars from both Big and Small screens along games experts and voice artists. The choice of stars this year and pictures was really good, the que's to meet them didn't seem to bad either.
The MCM Comic Con main stage is where all of the guests take part in talks, with lot of demos going on up and down the hall there is so much to see and do. The slam wresting was much fun and bought back memories of watching the wrestling when I was younger.
Staypuft invaded the show, i think this might of been the same statue which was down in London station not that long ago??
the Alien display was my favourite part of it all, the display was amazing.
After lots of shopping, maybe a rest on the Iron Throne??
So MCM Comic Con travels up and down the country throughout the year, providing opportunities for both guests to meet there idols or to dress up and make friends and memories. I'm definitely going to take the kids with me next year!