Liverpool Comic Con 2020
Skynet have reported a major new event in 2020 but this doesn't mean you'll need to regenerate! 6-8 March is the date for all avengers to assemble as we return for another episode of Liverpool Comic Con!
With this year's Comic Con just around the corner, you'll be excited to hear that Comic Con will be back again next year with more for Sci-Fi fans, cosplayers, Anime devotees and comic book aficionados.
There will be high profile guests and more full size props! And, we've gone Back To The Future with our prices, keeping them at 2019 rates - Great Scott!
We have a great line-up for you with some huge names, including...
- Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings)
- Mickey Rourke (Sin City)
- Chris Klein (American Pie & The Flash)
- Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina the Teenage Witch)
- Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime)
- Lori Petty (Tank Girl)
- James Cosmo (Game of Thrones)
- Jason David Frank (Power Rangers)
- David Harbour (Stranger Things)
- Steve Guttenberg (Police Academy, Short Circuit)
- And many more!
Accessible Tickets with Priority Entrance
We have a dedicated team of customer assistants waiting to help you get the right ticket for your requirements. Comic Con Liverpool customers with specific access requirements will need to register these details with our Customer Care team when they buy their ticket.
Everybody’s requirements will be different and we want to ensure your enjoyment of the event, therefore, tickets can only be booked by calling our Customer Care team on 0344 335 0437, or by visiting our on-site Box Office at the M&S Bank Arena (Please check opening times below).
Customers will receive tickets allowing priority access to Comic Com Liverpool, avoiding the queue at the main entrance and giving priority for autographs and photo opportunities.
Customers will need to show their accessibility priority tickets to our venue stewards on arrival.
Our on-site Box Office based at M&S Bank Arena Liverpool is open on Fridays from 9am-6pm.
On event days, our on-site Box Office opens at midday and remains open until the main act is on stage.