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London Anime Convention 20-21 July 2013

An event that includes J-pop, cosplay, special guests, and lots of fun!

London Anime Con 2013Anime League kicks off with their Summer London Anime Convention 20-21 July at the London Rocket Complex, Holloway Road.  Over a thousand people are expected to attend this weekend which is jammed pack full of anime, gaming, Japanese culture and cosplay. London Anime Convention offers not just a convention, but a vivid night life with J-pop and rock club nights.

This Summer, sees special guest voice actor Mike Pollock whose key roles include the voice of Dr Eggman, Bonaparte in Yu-Gi-Oh, and the infamous narrator in Pokémon. Mike will be doing a special free signing for attendees on the Sunday, as well as taking part in a Q&A and a voice-acting workshop.

New to this London Anime Con is the launch of special guests, the Cosplay Stars.  Selecting the best cosplayers from the UK, they will be launched officially during the Cosplay Masquerade. Attendees participating in the cosplay masquerade have an extra special prize this year, as well as getting a £50 cash-prize they will also become a Cosplay Star for the next event.

Fashion lovers can show off their unique style in our Summer Otaku Fashion Show, which offers  attendees who are aspiring models and fashion designers to show off their unique style and collections, whether it be it be lolita, goth or steampunk. Anyone is welcome to enter, no matter their shape or size. The show celebrates creativity and individuality.

Attendees can play a variety of games, and compete with other attendees in organised tournamnets including: DDR, Smash, SSIV, Blazblue, Marvel v Capcom, Mario Kart, Halo 4, Gears of War, Modern Warfare 2, retro speed runs on Sonic, Mario etc, FIFA, Rockband, Slenderman, Super Meatboy and more. As well as console games, the convention will be organising trading card tournaments, including Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon and Vanguard. All gaming tournaments have cash-prizes to be won.

Yamab & Legend in Japan

Music guests include Yamab and Legend in Japan

As usual London Anime Con has a strong music line up and welcomes new talent; headlining Yama-B, co-founder of top power metal band Galneryus. Other top performances shall include Of Fire and Fate, Legend in Japan, Suffering Silence, and YouTube sensations, j-pop dance acts Kimono Time and Abi Pop.

Showing anime screenings throughout Anime League have teamed up with Third Window Films to screen the new Takashi Miike (director of 13 Assassins and Audition) film ‘For Love’s Sake’.

“London Anime Convention caters to all anime and gaming fans. It’s a non-stop, day and night weekend of fun! I had an amazing time at the last convention and made some awesome friends who I can’t wait to see again” Phillip Allen.

For more information please visit http://www.londonanimecon.com/activities.php  and contact Rebecca Moriarty at pr@animeleague.com

Opening Times: 11am to 1am. (10:30am entry if you’re pre-paid)
Pricing: Reduced price entry if you pre-pay now. On the day entry is £12 for Saturday, £10 for Sunday. £5 Evening Entry.  London Anime Con Website: http://www.londonanimecon.com
Follow @londonanimecon or @AnimeLeague join the forums at http://www.animeleague.net/forum

London Anime Con 2013 flyer

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  1. April 30, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Sounds like great fun! Wish I had a couple thousand dollars lying around so that my daughter and I could jet over to enjoy the event!


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