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  1. Panels featuring some of MCM's Birmingham's comic guest were announced recently: SATURDAY Live Draw: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Andy Kuhn 12:00 - 12:45 Spotlight on Critical Role's Kit Buss 14:00 - 14:45 How to Create Original Comics John Wagner, Craig Rousseau & Andy MacDonald 15:00 - 15:45 SUNDAY From TV to Comics Andy Kuhn & Tone Rodriguez 11:00 - 11:45 Bringing the Biggest Characters to Life Through Comics Andy MacDonald, Tone Rodriguez & JK Woodward 12:30 - 13:15 The Art of the Crossover Andy Kuhn & JK Woodward 13:30 - 14:15
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    MCM Comic Con is back for 2020 and cooler than ever! Whether you're a fan of comic books, cosplay, video games, anime, movies, books, or anything else – MCM Birmingham is waiting for you. Join us at the NEC on the 21st-22nd March and celebrate the things you love most with like-minded fans.
  3. MCM Comic Con returns to Birmingham NEC (National Exhibition Centre), UK this coming March 21-22 https://www.mcmcomiccon.com/birmingham-march-2020 Below is just some of the great comic talent attending over the weekend: John Wagner Andy Kuhn Andy McDonald Craig Rousseau Tone Rodriguez J.K. Woodward Kit Bus Want more comic talent? Then why not check out those attending our feature packed comics village via the following link: https://www.mcmcomiccon.com/birmingham-march-2020/comicvillage
  4. Did you know MCM Comic Con, the UK's largest and most exciting pop culture events, have announced some amazing comic talent for their October edition of MCM London Comic Con! No, well, where have you been Below is just some of the great comic talent attending over the weekend: George Perez Jim Shooter Geoff Isherwood Gary Frank Glenn Fabry Ian Churchill David Hine Alison Sampson Mark Buckingham Jon Wagner (Sat/Sun) Kit Bus Kieran Gillen Guillermo Ortego Dan Watters Ben Oliver Emma Vieceli Ollie Masters Eoin Marron Want more comic talent? Then why not check out those attending our feature packed comics village via the following link: https://www.mcmcomiccon.com/london/comicvillage Oh did I hear someone mention panels? Well we have those too: Check these out! Friday 25th October 1PM - Creator Stage - The Evolution of Superhero Comics (Jim Shooter, Ian Churchill, David Hine) Former Marvel EIC Jim Shooter, writer David Hine and artist Ian Churchill talk about how superheroes have changed in the last few decades, and how they’re likely to evolve in future. 2PM - Creator Stage - Advice for Making and Selling Your Art (Alison Sampson, Guillermo Ortego) If you’re a budding illustrator and you want to make a living, what’s the best way to do it? Artists Alison Sampson and Guillermo Ortego discuss this and more. 3PM - Creator Stage - George Pérez: From Teen Titans to Wonder Woman Legendary artist George Pérez discusses his history drawing DC Comics’ most important characters, from Wonder Woman to Superman, to the industry-changing Crisis on Infinite Earths. Saturday 26th October 12PM - Creator Stage - The Secret History of Marvel Comics (Jim Shooter) Jim Shooter, Editor-in-Chief of Marvel comics from 1978-1987, talks about his long career at the publisher, where he presided over some of the most important comic book runs in superhero history. 2PM - Creator Stage – Writing DIE and Ending The Wicked and the Divine (Kieron Gillen) Writer Kieron Gillen discusses his recent Image Comics book DIE, as well as the finale of his and artist Jamie McKelvie’s smash hit book The Wicked and the Divine. 3.30PM - Live Stage – Drawing DC Comics Icons (George Pérez and Gary Frank) Artists George Pérez and Gary Frank discuss their long histories drawing for publisher DC Comics, where both have created extremely influential stories that have shaped those superheroes forever. 6pm - Live Stage – Mark Buckingham: From Fables to Miracleman Mark Buckingham, artist on many comics including Fables and Hellblazer, discusses his work on the acclaimed comic Miracleman, the story of which is still unfinished 25 years later. Sunday 27th October 2PM , Creator Stage – Jim Shooter: A Career in Comics Jim Shooter, who started his career in comics at 14 before becoming EIC of Marvel Comics and the creator of Valiant, discusses his amazing history in the industry. 3PM - Creator Stage – Tips for Improving Your Art (Emma Vieceli, Kit Buss) Artists Emma Vieceli and Kit Buss offer aspiring artists advice for developing their work to a professional standard. --- IT'S ON LIKE COMIC CON