Get ready to bring out your inner cosplayer at Mountain Dew ComicCon Lahore this weekend

By Shehryar Ahmed on
January 30, 2019
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Nexus Events and PR is all set to bring you the third iteration of the annual Mountain Dew ComicCon in Lahore. The event is scheduled to be held on the 3rd of February 2019, i.e. this Sunday and judging from what we’ve been hearing, you do not want to miss out on this!

Come meet all your favorite superheroes and watch them come to life in the highly anticipated cosplay walk this Sunday at ComicCon, due to be held in the Royal Palm Golf and Country Club, Lahore.

To satisfy the taste buds of the tech-savvy generation, this year’s ComicCon is set to have a separate gaming arena with a wide array of arcade games. Additionally, you get to witness the best Tekken and FIFA players in the country battle it out for the title of the ultimate gamer as well!

If none of these appeal to you, then head on over to the archery area or alternatively go to the amusing Minute to Win It stall to try out your luck!

CFX Comics, a well-reputed comic publishing agency is going to be unveiling their latest titles at ComicCon as part of their “Comics for Peace” initiative, giving you a chance to get your hands at the latest masterpieces from CFX before everyone else!

ComicCon also has something up its sleeves for all the Potterheads out there; you get to experience the magic of the wizarding world with the team behind “The Last Follower”, a Harry Potter fan film filmed and produced right here in Lahore, the heart of Punjab, in an interactive question and answer panel!

You can enjoy multiple cosplay performances, lip sync battles and anime music video screenings throughout the entire day.

So, on a scale of 1-10, how excited are you? We are definitely on a 10 and we hope to see you there! Get your passes here!

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