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Convention Report: London Film & Comic-con October
October 20, 2014 By Steve Eyre
Compared to the last one in August this one was positively sedate. With no Stan Lee to bring in the crowds it was quiet yet more enjoyable. You could walk around without being crushed, get a hotdog within five minutes and spend time browsing the wonderful wares on the dealers tables.
As you can see from the pics, our very own Wolverine did the rounds with Cosplayers who, as always, were out in force. We had great response to our competition to guess the value of a copy of Amazing Fantasy 15 we had on display. The winner who guessed just over £17500 walked away with a beautiful Iron Man bust by sculptor Darren Rix.
I would have liked to see a bigger artist alley and I was a little disappointed that there was no representation from the big comic book and film companies. Come to think of it there weren’t even many comic book dealers there.
Nevertheless, there are worst ways to spend a weekend in London.
Till next time..
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