Spiderman, Hulk, Superman, Batman, Harley Quinn, Joker... Not sure which one of you guys will make it to Stuttgart, but - see you there!


The one that started it all, Comic-Con International: San Diego, took place in 1970 for the first time, when a group of comics, movie, and science fiction fans joined forces to put on the first comic book convention in southern California. Over time, it developed into the most anticipated fan and celebrity-powered event of the year, attracting over 140,000 people in recent years. A one of a kind gathering of thousands of special guests at conventions, comics creators, science fiction and fantasy authors, film and television directors, actors, producers, writers, creators from all aspects of the popular arts, and, of course - their fans. 

In Europe, fans were already able to attend Comic Cons in Russia, Romania and in the UK, but in 2016, Comic Con is finally coming to Germany as well.

Comic Con Germany will open its doors for the first time on 25 and 26 June 2016. In addition to comic illustrators, publishing houses, walking acts and a museum of film sets and props, Comic Con Germany will also offer a large retail area where merchandise and collector's items will be available to purchase. Hollywood stars will appear up close on the large show stage to attend the panels, answer questions, sign autographs and have their pictures taken with fans.

Around 30 international guests from the world of film and TV are expected on the two convention days in Stuttgart. With over 30,000 m², Comic Con Germany is the first large event focussing on pop culture taking place in southern Germany.

One of the most intriguing features of every Comic Con are its gorgeous cosplayers (costume play) who often attract a lof of attention for their amazing self-made costumes - another reason not to miss on this fan convention!

VIP tickets are already sold out, but you can still get your ordinary 1-day or weekend ticket here.

Attendance confirmed!

June 24, 2016 Living photo: Comic Con Germany 2016

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