Mumbai Comic Con
From the producers of The Iconic New York Comic Con – comes the 6th Edition of Maruti Suzuki Mumbai Comic Con!
The city’s biggest pop-culture event is finally here! Comic Con features the best of comics, movies, television, gaming & cosplay!
With more than a 1 Million visitors over the past 7 years at our shows nationally, Comic Con is THE place for celebrating pop-culture!
7 Awesome Reasons to attend the show!
We bring in the best pop-culture guests period! From leading comic book creators from India and around the world, to the biggest cosplay artists and youtube stars, we got them all!
2) Comics Power: We lead the charge in promoting the comic book culture in the country! From the latest Indie comics to our old favorites such as Amar Chitra Katha, to the best selling International titles from DC, Marvel all the way to VIZ and Kodansha! You will find all of them and more at our show.
3) Geekiest Merch:
No Comic Con is complete without the latest and the best in Geeky Merch! From Tees, Accessories, Action figures, Poster to all sorts of quirky merch! Be prepared to have an open heart and wallet!
One of the biggest highlights of our shows is providing fans a space to express themselves. From being your favorite Jedi or friendly neighborhood Spiderman to coming in as the Mother of Dragons – Khaleesi - Cosplay as you wish! You’ll be joined by thousands of other cosplayers at the show, for a party like no other! Register for the Daily Cosplay Contest and stand a chance to win prizes worth INR 1,00,000/-!
5) Fan Experience Zones:
Crafted for an experience like never before, here’s your chance to enjoy real-world exhibits of your favorite Comics, TV shows, Games, Anime and Movies. Catch the best from the house of Disney, Marvel, Lucas Films, Warner Bros and many more…
6) Indian Artists and Creators:
Each show features the leading creators – Artists and Writers from the Indian Comic Book Industry! Come support local creators and check out the best in Indian Comics!
7) Main Stage:
Don’t even think about missing the Main Stage! With sessions and panels every half hour, this is the most action packed spot on the show floor. Some of the sessions include:
• Workshops and Discussions with featured guests
• Exclusive Comic book launches
• Cosplay Parade and Contest each day
Comic Con India is part of the Reed Pop family of events, which is dedicated to producing world -class celebrations of popular culture around the world with events like New York Comic Con, Oz Comic Con, Shanghai Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration among many others
Our conventions showcase the best of the Comic Book world, popular international and Indian Celebrity Guests, Cosplayers, Gamers and more.
Alto Mumbai Comic Con 2016 Aftermovie | Comic Con India
Alto Mumbai Comic Con 2016 Cosplay | Comic Con India
Fan Experience Zones At Alto Mumbai Comic Con 2016 | Comic Con India
The zone will have engaging and exciting activities for its iconic shows like The Voice, Sherlock, Vikings, Ray Donovan and Breaking Bad. Fans can get the feel of being a judge by sitting on the famous ‘Voice’ chair; they will be taken back to the Viking era where they will get a chance to be like the Vikings! There will also be a chance to experience Walter White, Ray Donovan and Sherlock’s thrilling lifestyle and win lots of goodies amongst many other things.
2. Justice League Zone
Catch the unprecedented league of heroes – Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash as they unite at the Justice League Zone! Experience the movie in an immersive Justice League Zone
3. Mountain Dew Gaming Truck
Mountain Dew gaming truck is a completely customized gaming rig which is loaded with 16 screens and 3 VR kits! Fans can enjoy games like Rocket League and Street Fighter V in a totally cool and rugged experience.
4. Thor Ragnarok Zone
Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization! Check out the immersive zone at Comic-Con and dive into the world of Thor and Hulk!
Abhijeet Kini, founder of Abhijeet Kini Studios, is a Mumbai based illustrator, animator and independent comics publisher, known for his comic series Angry Maushi and Fanboys. He has been a regular participant in the Indian comic cons and has also participated in international editions. He started off with freelancing for Mid-Day multimedia, in the year 2000 as a cartoonist and writer. Along with cartooning for magazines and newspapers like Timesgroup, Hindustan Times, Timeout Mumbai, Timeout Delhi, Khaleej Times, National Geographic Traveller, Verve and the likes for for almost 2 decades, he is a regular illustrator with Tinkle comics since 2004. Abhijeet has been conducting workshops across all age groups on ideation, creative writing and drawing and comic making and is also a visiting faculty at leading colleges in Mumbai.
Andrew Griffith is a freelance comic book artist, designer and illustrator currently working on Transformers comics for IDW Publishing. After he did well enough to arrive on IDW’s radar, he was brought on as an inker and fill-in artist on prequel comics for the film “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”. He is best known for his own mini-series to illustrate, a prequel comic to the “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” film. Griffith also has worked on various projects for Hasbro, illustrated Transformers DVD covers for Shout! Factory, and contributed professional work on properties including G.I. Joe, TMNT and Back To The Future. Griffith’s pencils can currently be seen in the IDW Publishing’s Ongoing Transformers series, “Robots in Disguise.”
Awkward Yeti (Nick Seluk)
Nick Seluk graduated from Northville High School  and earned a Bachelor's degree in psychology from Central Michigan University. Until 2014, Seluk worked as a senior graphic designer, a job he left in December to do webcomics full-time.  He lives in Livonia, Michigan,  with his wife and three children.
The Awkward Yeti is an ongoing gag-a- day webcomic by Nick Seluk. Starting in 2012, the comic follows the daily life of the blue yeti Lars. Seluk posts The Awkward Yeti comics on his personal website, as well as on Tapastic. Seluk has started a few spin-off comics on the The Awkward Yeti website. These are Heart and Brain, a webcomic following the daily lives of an anthropomorphic heart and brain, and Medical Tales Retold, which repurposes real medical stories into comedic or touching comics.
David Lloyd started working in comics in the late 1970s, drawing for Halls of Horror, TV Comic and a number of Marvel UK titles. With writer Steve Parkhouse, he created the pulp adventure character Night Raven. Lloyd names John Burns, Steve Ditko, Ronald Embleton, Jack Kirby, and Tony Weare as artistic influences. Lloyd drew a comics adaptation of the Time Bandits film in 1982. Dez Skinn set up Warrior magazine in 1982 and asked Lloyd to create a new pulp character. Lloyd and writer Alan Moore, who had previously collaborated on several Doctor Who stories at Marvel UK, created V for Vendetta, a dystopian adventure featuring a flamboyant anarchist terrorist fighting against a future fascist government.
Tarun Kumar Sahu is one of the most prolific young artists in the Indian indie bomic book scene. Having started out with Chariot Comics as their main artists he has also worked with numerous publishers including Orange Radius and Gravity Comics. His main title credits include VRICA Damned from Chariot Comics and Parshu from Orange Radius
Nicole Marie Jean
Nicole Marie Jean is a cosplayer, artist, sculptor and designer from San Diego, California. Nicole began her journey into the cosplay and convention world in 2011. It was the previous year that she discovered what cosplay was. Nicole fell in love with the idea of being able to combine her love of comics and art to bring her favorite characters to life. During the past four years she has traveled around the country for numerous events and conventions as both an attendee and a guest. She has judged a number of contests and been a part of many panels. Nicole has won numerous awards for her costumes both at conventions and online.
Originally from Mumbai, he is currently a final year student pursuing Animation Design at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore. Sailesh started Brown Paperbag in June 2016. The webcomic about ironies in Indian families and society accumulated over 200,000 followers across all social media in its first year itself.
Saumin loves to tell stories through illustrated images. Thus his preferred medium is Comics. He has illustrated an original graphic novel Agent Vinod – The Jungfrau Encounter (Westland, illuminate Films), The Mighty Yeti, The Mumbai Macguffin (Virgin Comics, Graphic India), The Age of Immortal (holy Cow), Art for Graphic Web Series – Blazing Bajirao (Sanjay Leela Bhansali Films, Eros International). He has also self published Kaamotsav –Volume 1 a Collection of his erotic artworks. Currently, he is working on multiple visual development and comic projects for films.
Sumit Kumar is a cartoonist based in New Delhi. He has written two graphic novels - The Itch You Can't Scratch and Amar Bari Tomar Bari Naxalbari. He runs the webcomic Bakarmax. He likes to write about himself in third person.
Rajeev Tamhankar is the CEO of India’s leading comics publisher – TBS Planet Comics. Having developed popular Indian superheroes like Ved, Varun, Karma and Yug, he is best known for his horror comic book “13 Days” which he wrote during his IIT graduation and novel on corporate humor - “Get Corporated before you get fired!” which he wrote during his Flipkart stint. His first tryst with comic art happened when he was ten years old; when he used to doodle over his school notebooks. Rajeev won “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award for his contributions to “Print Business” in 2017. He also holds Limca World Record for hand-drawing world’s largest political map (30 ft x 20 ft).
Holy Cow Entertainment founder Vivek Goel understood what it meant to produce a quality comic book after starting his career as an inker at Raj Comics in 2006 and later ascending as a full time penciller with Level 10 Ent. He’s the only Indian comic book artist to ever draw covers for “Phantom – The Ghost who walks”. Driven by his commitment to excellence, Goel gained a huge following with his Ravanayan comic book series with which he started his Holy Cow Entertainment in 2011. His popularity continues to grow with his contribution to titles like The Aghori.
Yishan Li is a professional British comic/manga artist currently living in Shanghai. Yishan Li has been drawing since 1998 and has been published internationally including USA, France, Germany, Italy and the UK. She has worked for a lot of big name publishers including DC and Darkhorse, and she is currently working on Sugar for Top Cow.
Hall No.5, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai
Nesco Compound, Off Western Express Highway, Goregaon East, Opp. Mahananda Dairy, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400063