The much-anticipated MCM Comic Con is back this autumn, returning to London’s ExCeL from 28th – 30th October for an epic celebration of all things pop culture!

Get your costumes at the ready as the wait is nearly over for the next instalment of the UK’s biggest Comic Con event. Whether your passion is cosplay, video games, comics or movies, there is no better place to express yourself with a like-minded community than at MCM Comic Con.


Stepping straight out of the Tardis and onto the show floor, no less than four iconic doctors from the remarkable science-fiction television show Doctor Who will be gracing MCM London 2022. These include Peter Davidson (fifth doctor), Sylvester McCoy (seventh doctor) and Paul McGann (eighth doctor) - who will all be appearing over the whole weekend, along with Colin Baker (sixth doctor) who will be at the show on Sunday. Doctor Who fans can meet the stars as all will be doing meet and greets with fans for exclusive photo and autograph opportunities.

The incredible cast from the American superhero television series, Smallville, will be adding to the star-studded line up this year, including Tom Welling, famous for his lead role as Clarke Kent, and Erica Durance as Louis Lane, who will both be appearing on Friday and Saturday. Joining them will be Laura Vandervoort, known for playing Klara Kent in the series, who will be around all weekend long to meet fans!

John Rhys Davies, celebrated for his outstanding role as Gimli in the Lord of The Rings trilogy, as well as Sallah in the Indiana Jones movies, will be joining MCM all weekend meeting fans snapping selfies and signing memorabilia. What’s more, renowned anime actor, Cristina Vee, best known for her performances in Grenshin Impact, Seven Deadly Sins and Hunter x Hunter will also be appearing all weekend - plenty of time to secure your slot to get a one-of-a-kind photograph with your idol!

Want exclusive access to behind-the-scenes info on the latest film and TV releases too? Look no further! Included with your tickets are also a number of unforgettable panels from the likes of The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself, Netflix’s upcoming fantasy-drama series launching on the first day of MCM London 2022, as well as We Are Not Alone, the brand-new alien invasion comedy from Dave, Prey For The Devil with actor Colin Salmon, and dark comedy film Hounded! If that’s not enough, the panel Roll The Dice with RTDD will be putting on an actual play Dungeons and Dragons show for fans to enjoy.

The new line up of talent will be joining the previously announced line up of incredible guests, including the much-anticipated Michael Sheen, best known for his role as ultimate angel Aziraphale in the miniseries, Good Omens and the dark fantastic fantasy film Underworld. As well as Anthony Daniels, famous for playing the much-loved C-3PO in all of the Star Wars episodes, Troy Baker, the gaming legend responsible for amazing voices in The Last of Us, Bioshock Infinite and Death Stranding, and Conor Leslie, best known for Titans and Man in the High Castle.

If that’s not enough, anime stars, Todd Haberkorn, Robbie Daymond, Max Mittleman and Ray Chase will be available for autographs and photo ops all weekend long too!

For anyone still left wanting more, MCM Comic Con is hitting up NEC Birmingham on 11th – 13th November, so why not do it all over again?

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to the events this year as digital tickets are also available for MCM London Comic Con, allowing you to enjoy the show from wherever you are this autumn. Popverse members and digital ticket holders can access most of the major panels live from our stages. Details coming soon!

Jenny Martin, Event Director at MCM Comic Con said: “After the sell-out success of our May show, we can’t wait to bring MCM Comic Con back to London for the second time this year! Everyone is welcome from first timers to loyal fans and we are so excited to celebrate all things pop culture. We have such an incredible selection of guests and panels in the pipeline with some incredible announcements still to come… it really won’t be one to miss.”