Manga UK @ October 2018’s MCM London Comic Con

MCM London Comic Con is just around the corner and we have an exciting screening, a special fundraiser + the Manga Booth will be packed with titles old and new at great prices, so make sure you pop by and say hello. Darcy and Fraser will also be around on the Friday of the event handing out a few goodies, so keep an eye out for them!

MCM London Comic Con

LOVE, CHUNIBYO AND OTHER DELUSIONS! TAKE ON ME IS JETTING INTO MCM COMIC CON THIS OCTOBER!

We are happy to announce that there will be a FREE fan screening of Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions! Take On Me in the CineMobile on the Sunday of MCM London Comic Con at 3pm. The film will be in Japanese with English subtitles and all attendees will receive an exclusive merch pack, so don’t miss out!

Goody Bag includes:
1 folder and a selection of film cells, coasters and trading cards.

The bags are limited to 100, so it’ll be first come first served for screening attendees. Please note that designs may vary and duplicates may occur.

MCM London Comic Con

About the film:
Rikka is now a third-year student, but she still has “chunibyo” syndrome. University entrance exams loom on the horizon, and it’s spring break, and Yūta and Rikka are together as usual. One day, Rikka’s older sister Tōka declares that she’s going to take Rikka to Italy with her, as Tōka is moving to Italy for work and she thinks they should move together as a family.

Yūta understands Tōka’s opinion but thinks that at this rate he and Rikka will be separated. Shinka and the other members suggest that Yūta and Rikka should “elope,” and thus sets the stage for Yūta and Rikka’s travels throughout Japan in their escape drama.

PRE-ORDER LOVE, CHUNIBYO AND OTHER DELUSIONS! TAKE ON ME TODAY!

MCM London Comic Con

FUNDRAISER

MCM London Comic Con

Every MCM we fundraise for a charity we care deeply about. Last December, our beloved friend, colleague and CEO Colin Lomax sadly and unexpectedly passed away from sepsis at the age of 56. In memory of Colin and his legacy, we will be dedicating this MCM London Comic Con Fundraising raffle to him, and to the UK Sepsis Trust.

DONATE TO A WONDERFUL CAUSE AND WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES HERE! 

 

THE MANGA UK BOOTH

The Manga Booth will be packed with releases old and new. You’ll be able to grab two of our most popular upcoming releases early, the Dragon Ball Z Complete Movie Collection and Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 1-5 Complete Collection. Stock is expected to go quickly, so make sure you get to the booth early to avoid disappointment.

We will also have RWBY, Naruto, One PieceDragon Ball Super/Kai The Final ChaptersJoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable The Movie, and much, much, more.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

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