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The above image and the following three was all taken on Friday 29th March 2019, down at the London Excel Centre, home to the event MCM London Comic-Con [formally London MCM Expo] during the final weekend of May and October every year.
An old Photo from January 2014. My Collection has grown since then, and no, I don't really have my collection in my bedroom like this, just put the whole load together like this for the photo. Seem have made many Whovian's on this site very jealous over time
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Red Dwarf - The Red Dwarf [J.M.C. Mining Ship]
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I was born during the first series, inbetween epsiodes 4 and 5, 'Waiting for God' and 'Confidence and Paranoia', on Saturday 12th March 1988, just two days before the second mentioned episode.
Robert Llewellyn's Kryten [originally played just one time by actor David Ross] is my favourite of all the series characters ! . . oh, spin my nipple nuts and send me to Alaska !!.
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The BEST Anime / Manga EVER created . . absolutely no doubt about it !.
I love London MCM Expo !!
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Been attending since May 2011. Originally decided to stop attending after one last appearance in October 2017 after becoming fed up with the event after some years, but returned in October 2018 after realizing I'd made a mistake not attending in May 2018 which made me feel I was missing out all the fun being with my friends. I shall be attending this coming May and October 2019.
The event in recent years has since been renamed [for unknown reasons as far as I know] to MCM London Comic-Con . . but like many, I prefer the original [and proper] name - London MCM Expo [Movie Comic Media].
Hello there, and a very warm welcome to my Deviant Art page. I'm Jason. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Me, with fellow Deviant Art users Chloe, Alice, Sam, JK, Rebecca and Matthew, met in recent years down at the London Excel Centre based event MCM London Comic-Con [originally called London MCM Expo. The MCM means Movie Comic Media].
With actors Austin St.John [Mighty Morphin Power Rangers], Summer Glau [Terminator - The Sarah Connor Chronicles], Chris Barrie and Robert Llewellyn [both from Red Dwarf]. All met at MCM London Comic-Con.
From the UK Anime / Manga retailers Tokyo Toy's, Jade, her boss Hedeki, and fellow staff member Sam.
Favorite visual artistHans Rudolf 'Reudi' Giger, best known to the world as H.R. Giger [1940 to 2014], who famously created the Xenomorph for the 1979 film 'Alien', and the alien form of the human/alien hybrid Sil from the 1995 film 'Species'.Favorite moviesStar Wars [I through VI and Rogue One - A Star Wars Story. I don't care about the J.J. Abrams sequels as I feel they are unnessary].Favorite TV showsDoctor Who [1963 - Present] Red Dwarf [1988 - Present].Favorite bands / musical artistsNumerous, but just to name a couple, Busted and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. As for musical artists, I like Kylie Minogue, Billie Piper, Avril Lavigne and Taylor Swift.Favorite booksNot sure I have a particular favourite, but just to name a couple which are very inspiring - 'Alien - Vault' by Ian Nathan, and 'Doctor Who - Impossible Worlds' by Stephen Nicholas and Mike Tucker. 'Favorite writersRob Grant and Doug Naylor who wrote the four Red Dwarf novels 'Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers', 'Better Than Life', 'Last Human' and 'Backwards'.Favorite gamesHappy Wheels http://www.totaljerkface.com/happy_wheels.tjfFavorite gaming platformI assume this means like PS3 and the like, if so, I don't play games consoles.Tools of the TradeA Pencil ? . . . . other then that, my imagination.Other InterestsCGI, Drawing, Fantasy, Reading, Sci-Fi and Special Effects.
Hi guy's. Sometimes in life, when something good happens, or when something we miss comes back, we can become very happy indeed !
So having thought about it, here's 10 things that would make me a very HAPPY guy !!
10) MEETING RED DWARF's CRAIG CHARLES !.
Thanks to MCM London Comic-Con [a.k.a. London MCM Expo], I've had the privilege to meet Red Dwarf actor's Hattie Heyridge [female Holly], Danny John-Jules [the Cat], Robert Llewellyn [Kryten] and Chris Barrie [Arnold Judas Rimmer] . . but sadly, I've never met Dave Lister himself, Craig Charles.
I've often hoped that one day I'll meet Craig, as it would be fan-smegging-tastic to meet Red Dwarf's all round slob after meeting just 3 out of the 4 Dwarfer's being the aforementioned Danny, Robert and Chris, but sadly, I just feel like I never will, because Craig never seems to attend MCM events at all, thou I am aware he did attend MCM back in May 2009 10 years back, but that was before I even attended the events. I don't know really why he never attends them now, I assume his either busy working on the TV series 'The Gadget Show', doing DJ work in places like Ibiza [judging by his Twitter page !] . . or just doesn't give a crap about appearing at MCM
You could tell me to go to the official Red Dwarf convention called 'Dimension Jump', but as far as I know, that can be very expensive, and very far away, and I wouldn't want to have to go to the convention just to meet one person !.
If I ever do meet Craig thou, I'll be wearing my Dave Lister T-Shirt, just like I did that time I met Chris Barrie and wore my Ace Rimmer one !
9) STEVEN MOFFAT's BBC COMEDY SERIES 'COUPLING'.
Coupling was a brilliant comedy series, starring actors Richard Coyle, Sarah Alexander, Jack Davenport, Gina Bellman, Kate Isitt and Ben Miles, as 3 men and 3 women dealing with various issues regarding adulthood, love and sex.
It was a pretty hilarious comedy, but it's final series was not very enjoyable, as Richard Coyle, Jeff Murdoch in the series, was not around in the final series, and had his character replaced by a character called Oliver played by actor Richard Mylan who was just so dull and unlikeable, where as Richard Coyle's Jeff was always the one to watch out for, as I think he made the series itself the hit that it was. Just check him out in this clip. The series final episode was broadcast on the 14th June 2004, and I wish this series would return - but only if Richard Coyle returns as Jeff, not with Richard Mylan's unfunny Oliver.
8) RED DWARF's KRISTINE KOCHANSKI
I know not every Red Dwarf fan liked her, but I do wish Kristine Kochanski was back in Red Dwarf. I actually annoys me that it's been 10 years since the Easter 2009 special 'Back to Earth' had Lister believe that Kochanski was dead, then revealed that she wasn't, and gave Lister a kind of mission statement, being quite simply to go out and find Kochanski, and in the 3 series of Red Dwarf we've had since these last 10 years, she's still not back in the series. I recall she was mentioned in all about 1 episode of Series X, and I think she was mentioned in all of Series XI, but the most recent one, Series XII, I don't think she was ever named once [well, except by Rimmer in the last episode of Series XII, but it was someone else entirely different being talked about as it happens].
I do hope Lister does get Kochanski back someday in the series, because not only is she a living version of his dead girlfriend, but as revealed by the episode 'Ouroboros', she's also his mum too, so Kochanski didn't only dump Lister in events pre-Back to Earth, she also abandoned her son too, who offcourse is Lister [long story if you don't watch Red Dwarf !].
7) GERRY ANDERSON's STINGRAY
I'm really surprised this 1960's classic has never been brought back, since Gerry Anderson himself did reboot Captain Scarlet & the Mysteron's back in 2005, and ITV has, since 2015, brought back Thunderbirds, both shows of which came after Stingray, but yeah, I'm just surprised it has never made a return.
I sure would put my trust into ITV Studios to reboot Stingray, since I am a big fan of their reimagining of Thunderbirds, because for one thing, they have largely stayed true to the look of the Thunderbirds craft [well, except Thunderbird 5], unlike what was seen in the 2004 live action movie . . god no !.
6) RUSSELL T. DAVIES WRITING FOR DOCTOR WHO AGAIN !
By New Years Day 2020 next years, it will be exactly 10 years since the broadcast of Russell's final ever episode of Doctor Who, 'The End of Time, part 2'.
It has been said that Russell will never write for Doctor Who again, but boy I wish he'd reconsider and write a story for every future series, just like how Steven Moffat used too during the Russell T. Davies era every series before he took over from Russell as the boss of the series back in 2010.
Russell really knew what he was doing when he brought back the series, and it would be fantastic to see the wonderfully rich stories of his time continued today . . instead of the like given to us by Chris Chibnall last year
Russell T. Davies - MAKE DOCTOR WHO GREAT AGAIN !
It's been 10 years now since the closure of Woolworth's stores here in the UK. They was absolutely popular with the British public for decades, for various reasons, such as their famous Pick'N'Mix sweets . . and they was absolutely, completely irriplacable !.
Since the closure of Woolworth's, the British highstreet as we know it today just doesn't exist, as so many well known retail companies have vanished over time, begining with Woolworth's. Here's a photograph of the first ever Woolworth's I ever went too growing up when I used to live in Barking in Essex as a young boy in the 1990's. Today, it's called 'Sam's 99p' . . and it sucks !.
Barking's Woolworth's The crap it is today
Apparently, from what I've learnt online, these are still around, but I've never seen a single shop anywhere in the UK sell these since their popularity in the 1990's !!.
Pog's was the first childhood craze I can remember. I sure wish I could remember what happened to the ones I used to own, as I think I lost mines years back.
Most kid's today may like more recent craze's like those Fidget Spiner's that came out 2 years ago, but I think kid's might enjoy Pog's today all over again if they made a massive comeback !.
Similar to the aforementioned Pog's, but these was all cardboard based, with slots cut into them, allowing you to connect them all together.
There was so many varieties of these, such as Pokemon. I don't think you could actully buy Tazos, I just remember some brand of Crisp's sold here in the UK at the time, I can't remember which, used to include them inside the Crisp packets.
2) A LIVE ACTION 'BEAST WARS' FILM
Not every fan of Transformers likes the Michael Bay film's his done based on the 1980's toy franchise, but I've always loved the idea of a live action film based around the later 1990's hit TV series 'Beast Wars - Transformers' which was about the Maximal's and Predacon's, decendants of the original series Autobot's and Decepticon's, who ended up accidently travelling back in time to after the crash of the Autobot ship the Ark ended up on Earth, and saw the Maximal's transforming into various animal forms such as Gorillia's and Rhino's, while the evil Predacon's transformed into Dinosaur's and Insect's.
As long as Michael Bay doesn't have any involvement in such a film, I'd be very happy to watch it !
1) TOKYO TOYS
By Sunday 29th December 2019, it will have been exactly 4 whole years since London sadly lost the Anime / Manga shop Tokyo Toys
Sure, they do own a store in Glasgow in Scotland and one in Birmingham, and they are still in London when attending MCM London Comic-Con [a.k.a. London MCM Expo] every May and October each year inside the London Excel Centre, but a lot of us who paid visit's to their original home in London in the Troccedero Shopping Centre would be INCREDIBLY HAPPY to finally have them back in their rightful home of London. I may not be a massive fan of Anime's and Manga's compared to my sister, but I loved visiting Tokyo Toy's in London all the time, not really for the merchandise, but rather because I loved the warm friendly welcome I always got whenever I and my sister paid them a visit . . you just don't get that anywhere else ! . . . . well alright, maybe the staff of Lego stores, but no where else do you get such a friendly welcome from staff of a retail store !!.
Please bring back Tokyo Toys to London soon Hideki. You and your awesome team are seriously missed in London by so many of us customers and Cosplayer's . . London just is not the same without you.
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