Black Friday Listings

See below for listings of promotions our exhibitors are running for Black Friday and Cyber Monday!

LA Mood Comics & Games

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Save on board games, comics, and more! Everything in stock except collectible card games is on sale.

Save in store Friday November 27 and Saturday November 28.

In store buy 1 item and get the 10 percent off, buy 2 items and get 15 percent off both items, and buy 3 or more items and get 20% off each item.

Our Cyber Monday sale runs Sunday November 29 till Monday 30. Order through our website use coupon code FriendDiscount for 10 percent off purchases over $30, SidekickDiscount for 15 percent off purchases over $60, and for our biggest discount use SuperheroDiscount for 20% off purchases over $100.


Need stocking stuffers? Lessthanthreegeeks has you covered. Get 10% off any order with code GEEK10 at

Brain Lag

HUGE backlist sale on now! ALL books from mid-2019 and earlier are only $10 each. Only on our web store, while quantities last. Stock of some titles is very limited, so shop now! Science fiction, fantasy, post-apocalypse, superheroes gone bad, and… dental hygiene of the damned? Fantastic fiction from Canadian authors. Ending December 4th.

Lychee Labs

We are designing logos for free as a way to garner interest in our boardgame: Mango Empire.  Our offer of “Free Logo Design” is our way of giving back to small businesses during this time of unprecedented struggles.  Contact us via Facebook.

Lindy Cosplay Supplies

Gift a family member, friend or yourself with all the specialty Cosplay supplies you need.

Worbla, high definition EVA foam, Worbla detail accessories, WOR-kit – Worbla Kits (workshops at home), foam clay, sculpting tools. SHOP my Dream Costumes PHOTO ALBUMS year-round.

KP Cosplays

As a local artist and cosplayer, kpcosplays is as passionate as you are about bringing your dreams and ideas to life! We offer custom hand-painted art and décor for all! Check out my Black Friday locals discounts, and feel free to pop over to for more!

  • Ornaments $20
  • Bookmarks $10
  • Mugs $30
  • Magnets $12

Looking Forward to 2021!

On this weekend, that would have been Forest City ComiCon 2020, we are grateful to our fans for their support, our exhibitors & sponsors for sticking with us, and our venue partners at Centennial Hall for supporting our decision to move the event to June 26, 2021.

Thank-you for your support of Forest City ComiCon. We’re glad to see COVID-19 cases trending downward in our region and hope everyone is taking steps to stay safe and protect our community.

One thing is still true: even with a one year head start, we know some of you will still be working on your cosplays the night before, around this time next year… But it will be worth it!!!

Deadpool’s Stefan Kapicic to Headline Forest City ComiCon 2020

Stefan Kapicic, best known to fans for his role as the iconic X-Men character “Colossus” in the record-breaking and Golden Globe nominated Marvel/Fox feature films Deadpool and Deadpool 2, is set to be the headlining guest at the seventh-annual Forest City ComiCon.  The event takes place at London, Ontario, Canada’s Centennial Hall on Saturday, June 27, 2020.  Early bird tickets for the event are available now at


Cover Art Contest 2020

Are you an artist? Do you want your art to be viewed by thousands of people? Win great prizes? Would you love your art on the cover of the Forest City Comicon Event Guide?

The Forest City Comicon is once again hosting a contest for local and regional artists to put their art on the front page!  Among other bonuses, the winning artist will receive a complimentary table at the event.  Finalists also receive great prizes too!


Forest City ComiCon Sets 2020 Date

The Forest City ComiCon has its 2020 date set for Saturday, June 27 at Centennial Hall in London, Ontario. The event will mark the seventh Forest City ComiCon since its inception in 2014. The show, which features a full two floors of exhibits, interactive displays, panel presentations, and games, will be returning once again to Centennial Hall after changing venues last year in an effort to return to its roots and keep rising costs down for fans.

“We were very pleased with how the show went this past June,” explained board member John Houghton. “Attendance was very strong and having the show back in its original venue had the right community feel we were trying to get back to.”

Being back in the original venue also allowed organizers to lower costs for fans and exhibitors.

“By doing things the way we did them, we were able to have our fan admissions offered between $15-$20 and have kids 12 and under continue to enter free of charge. On the convention circuit, we’ve been delivering amazing value and we plan to continue on that path.”

Tickets for the event as well as guest news and event schedule are set to be released in the coming months. Exhibitors who wish to sign up to be notified about early bird registration can sign up to receive updates in the exhibitors section on the Forest City ComiCon website. Fans can sign up to receive general updates about the show by e-mail on the homepage at