Examination School of Oxford’s University get jam packed with over hundreds of people at first comic convention of the city “OxCon 2016.” The whole environment filled with lots of delight and renowned characters from popular TV shows, films and comics when large crowd of people become a part of city’s first comic con.
Moment becomes more colorful when visitors wrap themselves with striking costumes of their favorite personality or character from computer games, comics, books, television shows and films. High street venue filled with myriad of vibrant colored costumes when great superheroes Captain America, Batman and Spiderman rubbed shoulders with Star Wars characters including Chewbacca, Kylo Ren and Boba Fett.
Apart from it, visitors also dressed up themselves with the costumes of many other popular celebrities and personalities that are known all over the world. Hogwarts dress from Harry Potter books, Games of Throne characters, Japanese Anime’s character, Bilbo Baggins from JRR Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings and many more are the part of costumes that was wear by the visitors.
According to the views of visitors, this comic con was considered as the great time of fun where everyone love the things that are organized to take a hold of amazing experience. 24 year old person who was dressed with costumes of Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones says that Oxford is such a Geeky city.
Virginia Hey living Daylights Bond girl who is popular for sci-fi fans at the iconic blue priestess Zhaan in Farscape of TV was among one of the speaker. Among the various popular visitors, Star Wars ‘return of the Jedi ewok Michael Henbury’ that also played a role of Gringott’s goblin banker in Harry Potter as well as Deathly Hallows also becomes a part of this comic con.
Danny Quah, London School of economics professor of international development and economics speaks about leadership lessons that can be learnt from geopolitics in the books and film of The Avengers.
Lan Shipsey, Oxford University professor of experimental physics talks about ‘the forces behind The Force’.
Designer of the Storm Troopers’ armour in original Star Wars, trilogy Brian Muir, who also sculpted Darth Vader’s mask speak about the same thing as talked by graphic novelist Andrew Wildman.
The building and complete high street venue was packed with an array of posters, selling graphic novels, comics, prints, stalls and variety of other memorabilia such as figurines and mugs.
Every visitor enjoys a lot during the event and makes it memorable by taking the unforgettable photographs or has an appealing artist sketch them in wide range of comic styles. All the people who make an appearance say that it’s a wonderful experience to have a comic con so close to home in the Oxford City.