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For the Love of Sci-Fi
Saturday 3rd December No age restrictions. Jack Gadzina. Overall rating: 4. I enjoyed the show overall but was disapointed when I purchased 12 tokens which allowed me to have a signature and photo six tokens each however the rep at Dirk Benedict's stand only allowed me a signature but took all 12 of my tokens. I hope next year will be better.
Every Monopoly Events convention is known for it's amazing guests, many of whom have never attended a UK convention before! We've had some great names at all of our past events and we have plenty more lined up for you at For The Love Of Horror too! Here is a look at our Guest line up, click on the button below each guest to find out more about them and book your photo op! Don't forget to keep checking back here to see our new guest info as they are announced! Jamison Newlander is an American actor. He is best known for his role in the smash hit horror film The Lost Boys, playing vampire hunter Alan Frog.
It comes around again so quickly, we are now just over 3 months away from For the Love of Sci-Fi Other events focus on guests, merchandise traders, and some re-used props, but For the Love of Sci-Fi is different. Keep an eye on our social channels we may have more guest announcements. Ask anyone and they will tell you that For the Love of the Sci-fi is best known for its amazing one-off prop builds, including our life size X-wing, Scout Walker and Cantina Space Bar we revealed in , or our Alien Powerloader and Interactive Optimus Prime shown in An amazing exclusive this year will be a collection of screen used props and exhibits from the Lord Of The Rings movies which will be housed inside a weathertop set recreation from Fellowhip of the Rings. This fine collection is part of the Andy Mansion Collection.
Special guests, awesome prop builds and lots lots more in December. The FTLOSF team have been working around the clock putting together the sci-fi event of the year, with the biggest guests, and jaw dropping props and builds. This event is developing and expanding daily. For comic fans we have John Wagner, who is an American-born British comic writer. Alongside Pat Mills, he helped revitalise British comics in the s, and continues to be active in the British comics industry, occasionally also working in American comics.