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For the past few years Forest City ComiCon has donated a portion of the proceeds from the event to Project Play in support of local community groups. Earlier today at Project Play donated 175 board games to the London Public Library as the start of a game lending library for the city (the first of it’s kind in Southwestern Ontario).
In addition to celebrity presentations, the Forest City ComiCon annually welcomes local and regional presenters to the stage. Do you have what it takes to present at a Comic Con?
Topics range from costume design, developing games, fan fiction, dramatic presentations, movie critiques, comic book analysis… AND MORE!
PRE-SHOW EVENT: Forest City Comicon’s host, Jeremy will take to the stage once again to get us hyped for the show and to catch us up on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Pre-Show Panel : 6:20 pm **MUST SEE**
Movie Begins: 6:45 pm
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October 3, 2017
The Forest City ComiCon will return for its fifth-annual event next year when it comes back to the London Convention Centre on Saturday, September 22, 2018. Earlier this month fans lined up around the block to be among the first to enter the fourth-annual show. Thousands of enthusiasts descended on the London Convention Centre in Downtown London to take in the annual celebration of nerd & geek culture. The show featured special guests, games, exhibitors, cosplay, and special events.
The 2018 date announcement is the earliest the Forest City ComiCon has ever released a date for an event. The goal of the announcement is to root the show on the same weekend it ran this year, allowing fans and exhibitors from around the region to begin looking forward to and planning for the next installment of the popular show. The organizing group for the convention is already hard at work preparing the event.
Thank-you for coming to Forest City ComiCon: we want to hear from you! Please take a moment to help us improve the convention by filling out the 2017 fan survey:
TODAY IS CONVENTION DAY! Some tips for helping you make the most of your day:
Finding Your Way, Planning Your Day: GET THE APP! If you haven’t already downloaded the app, do it NOW! You will be able to create your own custom schedule for the day and receive convention updates to keep you one step ahead.
Getting into the Show FAST At the London Convention Centre main doors, if you are facing the doors, the line into the left side is the express line for pre-purchased tickets, the line on the right side is the line for new purchases. Fans with pre-purchased tickets should have their ticket ready for scanning as early as 8:30 am – – our team will be coming out into the lines to pre-check these tickets for speedy entry as soon as 9:30 am hits. New ticket sales won’t start until after the express line has entered the building, so while day-of tickets can be bought at the door, if you want the fastest entry an advanced ticket is the way to go!
Cosplay! If bringing props into the convention centre please make sure they abide by our props policy: have any weapon-like props tagged at the registration desk on arrival.
Cosplayer’s don’t forget about the COSPLAY LOUNGE with mirrors and repair kits. This is also the area for registration for the Cosplay Contests presented by Fanshawe College. Best of all: ALL COSPLAY CONTESTS ARE FREE OF CHARGE TO ENTER.
Getting the Best Seats Throughout the day that panels & presentation seating is first-come-first-served, our team will be doing their best throughout the day to maximize seating – – for busy panels, out of courtesy to your fellow fans, please do not leave buffer seats.
If lining up for a panel or presentation please use the marked lines and avoid blocking the hallway if possible. We also ask you to exit the panel room as soon as possible once the panel ends to make way for the next panel. Out of fairness to all guests, panel rooms will be cleared out before the next panel begins (except for during the evening programming block). Panels, presentations, and events continue well into the evening both days even after the exhibitor floor closes. Check your schedule for details!
Photo Etiquette: Please remember, Cosplay is Not Consent: please do not touch other guests or take their photos without permission. Most cosplayers LOVE having their photo taken but want to put their best foot forward for you! Help them do this by asking permission before posing for a photo and respecting their space.
FOOD & DRINK: Concession stands are available inside the convention centre along with The Walking Fed out front starting at 11:00 am. There are a large number of great nearby restaurants in Downtown London. Re-entry to the convention is permitted (providing the show has not reached capacity) so feel free to explore the area for lunch! Please note, for the safety and comfort of all guests the Convention Centre has asked that fans do not bring outside food and drink into the convention.
ENJOY YOUR DAY! Our team and volunteers are here to help you have a great morning and afternoon. Have patience: if anything is not as it should be throughout the day, mention it to the nearest volunteer and we will do everything we can to correct it as soon as possible. Make sure to check out ALL areas of the show: the exhibitor floor, the Project Play Zone presented by Digital Extremes, and even the outdoor Demo Fields!
London’s signature celebration of nerd & geek culture gets underway this weekend at the London Convention Centre when the Forest City ComiCon featuring Project Play kicks off its fourth-annual event this Saturday, September 23 at 9:30am.
Organizers, exhibitors, and volunteers are putting the finishing touches on the popular London geek event that features celebrity guests, special events, game tournaments, video games, board games, cosplay and more. The show is on track to bring thousands to Downtown London this weekend.