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MCM Manchester Comic Con July 2014 Details

Date: 2014 July 16 15:41

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UK based anime fans and geeks in general will want to head to Manchester this weekend for the MCM Manchester Comic Con. The event is set to run from Saturday 19th to Sunday 20th July 2014 at Manchester Central. Popular anime companies will be there including Manga Entertainment UK and Anime Limited will be there selling their wares.

So head over to stand number 811, to find Manga Entertainment UK, Anime Limited and MVM titles on sale.

They'll also be some voice actors at the show including Bryce Papenbrook (who'll be voicing Eren in Attack on Titan), DC Douglas, along with Vic Mignogna who is best known as voicing Edward from Fullmetal Alchemist (he's voiced loads).

Plus the MCM Manchester Comic Con will play host to the EuroCosplay Championships where on Saturday one talented person will be selected to represent the UK for the 2014 finals.

You can download the official show guide here.

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Press release as follows:

Manga Goes Big For Manchester Comic Con!

Leading anime distributor Manga Entertainment will be making a big splash at this weekend's MCM Manchester Comic Con, bringing free posters, exclusive merch and amazing deals to the North West's biggest celebration of pop culture, as well as hosting an onstage panel at 2:00pm on the Saturday of the show.

Comic Con visitors should make a beeline for Stand 811, where Manga will be offering free Attack On Titan and Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist posters along with great offers on their extensive range of anime DVDs, Blu-rays and Box Sets. Prices start at just £2 for DVDs and £5 for Blu-ray, and a little brid tells us that there'll be some exclusive new releases available ahead of their official release date!

And that's not all: the Manga Entertainment stand will also be stocking brand new officially-licensed Gundam model kits and collectible figurines imported from Japan and exclusive Urban Species t-shirts from Transformers, DC, Rebellion, STAR WARS and 2000 AD, as well as playing host to the Viz Media manga bookshop.

Source: MCM Manchester Comic Con
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