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CCCT | 27 APRIL - 1 MAY |CTICC 2 | CAPE TOWN

CCA | 26-29 SEPT | JHB EXPO CENTRE | JOHANNESBURG

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ADMISSION POLICY

Comic Con Africa is committed to ensuring the safety of its fans.

These guidelines will, together with the other obligations imposed on all patrons, ensure that an environment, which is free from harassment or behaviour that would be considered inappropriate for a family friendly environment is created at the Event.

By attending the Event, Activations or participating in any Online Events, all fans as well as the Exhibitors and other third parties are bound to respect and agree to these Event’s behavioural guidelines, which are contained below.

These behavioural guidelines may be subject to change and failure to comply with any aspect thereof shall be construed as a ground for eviction from the Event/s and may also include refusal to any future events.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd reserve the right to admission in as far as the Event/s are concerned and should any person, not act in accordance with these guidelines, admission will be refused.

Any costs incurred by the any person in as far as attending an Event, which will include, but not be limited to entrance fees, stand fees and other sundry costs will be forfeited. Thus, for the sake of clarity, should the any person transgress any of the behavioural guidelines as set out below, he / she / it will be removed from the site with immediate effect.

All patrons hereby indicate and agree to the terms as set out in these guidelines and shall further indemnify Comic Con Africa, Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd as well as Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd from any claims that may be instituted against them related to any conduct which are contrary to these guidelines.

All patrons further agrees that he / she / it will not have any claim of whatsoever nature against Comic Con Africa, Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd as well as Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd should any third-party institute any claim of whatsoever nature against any patrons, or any family member, any Exhibitor, its employees, sub-contractors, directors or any party associated with the exhibitor.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd staff shall have the sole discretion in determining whether the behavioural guideline(s) has been transgressed. Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd expects all visitors, exhibitors and other attendees to comply with South African laws.

Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd as the organizer of Comic Con Africa along with its partners have a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for harassment of any kind, including but not limited to:

  • Stalking;
  • Intimidation;
  • offensive verbal comments;
  • harassing or non-consensual photography or recording;
  • unwelcome physical attention;
  • intimidation;
  • physical assault and/or battery;
  • sustained disruption of Panels, signings and other events;
  • inappropriate physical contact;
  • lewd behaviour;
  • hate symbols; and
  • bathroom policing

In relation to, but not limited to:

  • race;
  • national origin;
  • gender identity/presentation;
  • sexual orientation;
  • body size;
  • appearance;
  • citizenship;
  • colour;
  • gender;
  • gender presentation;
  • age;
  • disability;
  • religion; and
  • pregnancy.

 

Hate symbols as well as hate speech of any nature are not permitted at the Event, including as part of cosplay, and Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd will not allow costumes that contain any hate symbols or any forms of symbolism which advocate and purport to be of hate groups, including, but not limited to, historical/comic-related/satirical costumes. Whether a behaviour or a costume violates this policy shall be determined by Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd in its sole discretion.

If any person, including an Exhibitor, engages in any form of harassing behaviour, Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd Staff will take prompt action in any form they deem appropriate, in the given circumstances, including expulsion from the Event. The said Behavioural Guidelines will apply to any person / entity at the Event. Exhibitors, fans (attendees), speakers, guests, professionals, press, staff, volunteers and security personnel shall all be subject to this anti-harassment policy and will be held to the same standards. In the case of employees of Comic Con Africa or Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd, transgression of these guidelines may result in disciplinary action which may lead to summary dismissal.

Any person attending the Event may report harassment to any representative Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd.

Should any persons be the subject of any form of behaviour not sanctioned by these guidelines, or if any person is witness to such conduct being enforced on any other attendee of the Event, such conduct is to be someone else, immediately brought to the attention of any Comic Con Africa Staff member, Security Team or a Crew Member. Reports of such conduct may also be made at the Comic Con Africa’s organisers office or information desk.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd reserve the right to contact local law enforcement, provide escort, offer a safe place or otherwise assist any person who has been subject to any form of harassment.

All patrons are hereby reminded that Cosplay is not consent.

In the event of any pictures being taken of another Event attendee, permission is to be asked and consent given for such pictures to be taken.

It will be required of all attendees to at all times act in a respectful manner towards other attendees.  

Comic Con Africa’s mission is to create a fun, safe, welcoming, awesome events where fans of all kinds can come together. It is our intention that for you to not only have the most amazing weekend ever, but to experience it in an environment where you are safe and accepted.

Note that certain panels offer 16+ & 18+ years content. Therefore, get your wristband at the badge exchange with your age verification. Alternatively, security may request identity documentation at the workshop/panel entrances.

All weapons have to be checked by Comic Con Africa/Mogull Media staff upon entering the Event.

There will be a Weapons Check Station located at the front entrance of the Event. All weapons deemed unsafe by Comic Con Africa security or Mogull Media staff , will not be allowed into the Event.

Misuse of any prop weapon, such as swinging it in a public area or causing a hazard to attendees, will result in the weapon or prop being deemed unsafe for the Event. Should a weapon or prop be deemed unsafe, it will be removed with immediate effect.

The following items are forbidden at Comic Con Africa:

  • Functional firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns);
  • Electric current emitting devices (including tasers);
  • Acoustic or light emitting anti-personal devices;
  • Laser pointers with an accessible emission limit of greater than 1mW;
  • Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional firearms);
  • Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons and water guns);
  • Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades);
  • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks);
  • Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray);
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs, extendable batons and nunchaku);
  • Concealed weapons;
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass and glass; and
  • Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade horns.

If you are not sure if your cosplay prop falls within the above categories or you have a special request you can make e-mail jade@ges.zone Comic Con Africa will then discuss this with the safety committee and the decision made there will be final.

Please note, Comic Con Africa & Mogull Media staff have sole discretion in any matter that it believes may affect public safety or be important to protect the integrity of the Event.

Note: For the Event, any prop that on first glance resembles a real weapon (imitation) must be checked at the weapons check desk upon entry to the Event, to be checked and tagged by Comic Con Africa security or staff.

Comic Con Africa (the Event) is a family-friendly event and as such there is an expectation of an appropriate level of dress, including those in costume.

Costumes or clothing must not be overly revealing, must not be overtly sexual or include inappropriate printed language or other elements that would otherwise contravene these Behavioural Guidelines.

If clothes or costumes are deemed unacceptably revealing or otherwise inappropriate, an attendee, which will include an Exhibitor must change clothes or modify his / her costume so that it is deemed acceptable by staff of Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd:

  • Costumes cannot promote alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco, firearms/weapons (or the use of any of the foregoing), any activities that may appear unsafe or dangerous or any particular political agenda or message or pornography; Costumes cannot be obscene or offensive, endorse any form of hate or hate group;
  • Costume cannot defame, misrepresent or contain disparaging remarks about Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd or its products, or other people, products or companies;
  • Costumes cannot communicate messages or images inconsistent with the positive images and/or goodwill to which Comic Con Africa, Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd or Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd wishes to associate; and
  • Costumes cannot depict, and cannot itself, be in violation of any law.

We are committed to legal requirements and actively inform our visitors that covered faces are allowed within the framework of Comic Con Africa and within Event Venue. However, during the entering and departure you may be requested to remove your face covering by security for identification checks.

Comic Con Africa reserves the right to ask any attendee to remove any costuming face covering, mask or headwear if necessary for the purposes of identification.

Exceptions will be made for headwear or other clothing of a religious nature. Failure to comply with this will result in immediate removal from the Event.

Remember, naked is not a costume.

Inappropriate signage at the Event will not be tolerated.

Any signage deemed unacceptable by Comic Con Africa or Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd staff must be modified.

Inappropriate signage includes, but is not limited to, crude language, signs that solicit or advertise business or services that have not been agreed to in writing with Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd. Failure to comply will result in immediate removal from the Event.

If at any point you feel unsafe at the Event or that any of the rules have been broken, you are hereby required to inform security, member or employee of Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd immediately.

Illegal substances will not be tolerated at the Event. Should any attendee be found buying, using or dealing in any illegal substances or narcotics while at the Event, remediation steps will be taken. If any attendees found to be under the influence of alcohol, illegal or legal drugs and are in any way interfering with other attendees and their ability to enjoy the Event, Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd hereby reserve the right to escort such a party from the premises with potentially even more severe remediation consequences, which may include law enforcement being contacted.

Theft will not be tolerated at the Event. Should you be caught stealing directly from another individual or taking items from any private or public areas of the Event, Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd, that are not expressly indicated to be free, remediation steps will be taken, including referral to the police if necessary. Automatic removal will also be applied.

Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd and Comic Con Africa do not tolerate the commission or act of any crime not otherwise listed in these Behavioural Guidelines at the Event itself. Any person, including Exhibitors that are caught committing any crime, especially one that may endanger the safety of themselves or other attendees are at risk of expulsion from the Event and further police investigation.

Attendance at the Event is at your own risk and by entering the Event you agree not to hold its organizer, Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd, Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd, partners, subsidiaries or parent companies liable for any damage or distress incurred at a Comic Con Africa event. You further agree and acknowledge that you have read and familiarised yourself with the various disclaimers contained in the Exhibitor Agreement or Visitor Ticket disclaimers, as well as the website, and any other forms or platforms where such disclaimers have been noted.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd is not responsible for any loss or theft of property during the Event. It is the responsibility of any person, including Exhibitors who attend the Event, who may incur a loss to notify Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd as well as the police of such property loss or theft as soon as possible.

Individuals under 18. No children or young adults under the age of 18 are permitted in the Event halls during build-up or breakdown hours. Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd recommends all individuals under the age of 18 attend with a parent or legal guardian, and all individuals under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Individuals under the age of 18 must obtain the permission of a parent or legal guardian before sending any information to Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd, entering any competitions or contests at Comic Con Africa, posting any information on Comic Con Africa.co.za or related websites, or purchasing any goods online related to Comic Con Africa. The submission of information to Comic Con Africa or the purchase and/or use of a ticket/wristband to Comic Con is a representation and confirmation that you are age 18 or over or have obtained the consent of a parent or legal guardian. If you are the parent or legal guardian if a Comic Con Africa attendee that is under the age of 18, it is your responsibility to check the suitability of Comic Con Africa for any individuals in your party regardless of official age restrictions. Comic Con Africa’s on-site or web-enabled technologies, including but not limited to onsite Wi-Fi, on-site interactive kiosks, and any mobile applications associated with Comic Con Africa (the “Digital Technologies”) are neither directed at nor intended for us by individuals under the age of 13. Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd do not knowingly collect Personal Information from individuals under the age of 13, and if Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd becomes aware that it has inadvertently done so, Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd will promptly delete such Personal Information. If you are under age 13, do not access or use the Digital Technologies unless under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian, and if you are under the age of 18, do not access or use the Digital Technologies without the express consent of a parent or legal guardian.

Comic Con Africa will not allow animals, except for service animals, into the buildings.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd reserves the right to change elements of these Guidelines and to make interpretations of the conditions listed above.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd will also be the final adjudicator in all disputes, particularly in cases where a fan’s safety may be at risk.

Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd reserves the right to provide the appropriate remedy as a result of any breach of these Behavioural Guideline, including but not limited to expulsion from the Event, referral to the authorities and future bans.

 

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited.

COPYRIGHT STATEMENT

Materials available on/in the Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd websites/ visitor guide/ exhibitor guide are protected by copyright law.

Copyright 2022 Comic Con Africa. All rights reserved.

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited.

 

No part of the materials available in Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd’s websites may be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd. Any other reproduction in any form without the permission of Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd is prohibited. Distribution for commercial purposes is prohibited.

Written request for reprint or other permission should be mailed to:

Comic Con Africa

Rene Staack

General Manager

Rene@ComicConAfrica.co.za

or

Carla Massmann

Show Director

Carla@ComicConAfrica.co.za

In the case of evidence to be delivered to:

Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd,

Right Loft, Building 4, Fancourt Office Park, 9 Felstead Road, Northriding, 2162, Gauteng, South Africa

 

 

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Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd uses reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Comic Con Africa websites will be free from infection by viruses, malware, spyware or other harmful software that could affect your computer. By accessing the Comic Con Africa websites you acknowledge and agree that you remain solely responsible for employing adequate protections, such as firewalls and anti-virus software to satisfy your particular requirements for integrity and accuracy of data, including any back-up of such data to storage. Access to and use of the Comic Con Africa websites is at the user’s risk.

The Comic Con websites may contain links to other external sites. Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd is not responsible for and has no control over the content of such sites.

Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd assumes no liability for any loss, damage or expense from errors or omissions in the materials available on Comic Con Africa websites, whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise.

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PRIVACY AND COOKIE POLICY

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited.

Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd have been working to develop useful internet services and websites that are safe, easy, and respectful of our customers. This web site is maintained by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited. Our corporate office is located at Right Loft, Building 4, Fancourt Office Park, 9 Felstead Road, Northriding, 2162, Gauteng, South Africa

. You can also reach us by telephone on + 27 (0) 66 022 5263.

Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd defines its customers as follows:

  • Consumer Show visitors
  • Consumer Show exhibitors
  • Sponsors & Advertisers
  • Merchandise Purchasers
  • Newsletter Subscribers
  • Online Event Participants
  • Online Content viewers/readers
  • Trade Show visitors
  • Trade Show exhibitors
  • Conference visitors
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  • Speakers
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  • Volunteers
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There are two primary types of information provided by Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media’s’ customers. The definitions and treatments of these types are as follows:

Financial Information – Payment information gathered during the registration, merchandise sales and build up process – including but not limited to, credit card numbers, financial institutions, and expiration dates – is considered Financial. This information is not distributed under any circumstance.

Professional Information – Data that customers provide to Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media through various methods of communications with Comic Con Africa is considered professional information that is stored and managed for Mogull Media’s’ internal use. Professional data includes, but is not limited to, name, address, company name, company address, phone number, fax number, email address, as well as questions answered on survey or registration forms. Data captured during a customer’s visit to a Comic Con Africa website, as well as during a visit with another Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd customer, is also considered professional information and may also be stored for Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd’ internal use. Professional information may be, with the consent of Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd shared with other organisations or Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd’ customers for the purpose of facilitating business relationships in our customer’s best interests.

Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd will accept, acknowledge and maintain any customer’s request to opt-out of either future communication from Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd or communication from a third party to whom Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd provided the customer’s information.

Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd will accept opt-out requests as follows:

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This site utilises a secure server to protect your financial and professional information. Secure server software is used to encrypt the information sent between your internet browser and our internet site. This ensures the security of your professional and financial transaction details when using this site. We follow strict security procedures in the storage and disclosure of information you have given to us and may, on occasion, request proof of identity before we disclose any professional information to you.

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Websites maintained by Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd use cookies to improve your user experience. In many cases, cookies are even essential for certain features of a site.

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Despite this, if you do wish to disable or remove cookies, please see the “Help” section of your browser or mobile device. Each browser or device handles the management of cookies differently, so you will need to refer to your appropriate “Help” documentation. However, as mentioned, please be aware that cookies are essential for certain features of a Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd site to work properly.

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We trust that this information eases any concerns you may have had about your privacy and safety with cookies. BY CONTINUING TO USE OUR WEBSITE, YOU AGREE TO BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS COOKIES POLICY AND OUR USE OF COOKIES AS DISCLOSED IN THIS POLICY.

No part of this website may be reproduced or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, (including photocopying), recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission from the copyright owners. Comic Con Africa ‘s website is published by Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd, Office M10, Block F, TicketPro Dome  Northumberland Rd and Olievenhout Ave, North Riding, Johannesburg, 2161, South Africa.

This site contains links to external sites. Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd is not responsible for, and has no control over, the content of such sites. Information on this site, or available via hypertext link from this site, is made available without responsibility on the part of Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd.

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CCCT FAQS

A multi-genre entertainment, comic and fan convention Comic Con Cape Town is a 5 day event celebrating comic books and science fiction/fantasy related film, television, and similar popular arts.  The exhibition will also feature a larger range of pop culture and entertainment elements across virtually all genres, including animation, toys, gadgets, clothing, collectible card games, table top games, anime, manga, video games, comics, and fantasy novels.

Superhero or sidekick – there will be exciting activations to enjoy that include professional gaming tournaments, other gaming activations, Cosplay Competitions, and new Artist Alley. Comic Con Cape Town visitors can also enjoy celebrity panel discussions, seminars, workshops, autograph and photo sessions.

Comic Con Cape Town will feature a large floor space for exhibitors, as well as the Artists’ Alley, where comic artists can sign autographs and sell or do free sketches.

Comic Con Cape Town will take place on the 27 April – 1 May 2024 at CTICC 2, Cape Town.

Saturday 09h00 – 18h00

Sunday 09h00 – 18h00

Monday – Afternoon (To be confirmed)

Tuesday – Afternoon (To be confirmed)

Wednesday 09h00 – 18h00

All 5 days of the show are equally awesome, it’s hard to choose just one!

 

Ample parking is available in P1 and P3 at CTICC 1, costs depend on the duration. We suggest that you take a taxi from an app of your choice, Comic Con Cape Town has a dedicated drop off point for these services.

We will have a dedicated parking for persons with disabilities and reduced mobility in P5 at CTICC2. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Tickets are available through Howler: https://bit.ly/CCCTTickets_2024. We suggest you buy tickets online well in advance
because Comic Con Cape Town Sells out! If the show does not sell out, there will be limited tickets available at the doors. We can scan your tickets
directly from your mobile device so no need to print it should you prefer.

 

 

Day pass – R190 

5 Day pass – R550

You can grab yours on Howler: https://bit.ly/CCCTTickets_2024

We can’t guarantee tickets will be available at the door. If Comic Con Cape Town tickets sell out before the event, no tickets will be available at the door. To ensure you don’t miss out, pre-purchase your tickets today! If tickets are available at the door, ticket sales will not begin until 09:00AM each show day.

Children 5 and under will be admitted free and you can claim this free ticket on our howler page. Please note that Comic Con Cape Town recommends all children under 18 attend with an adult and all children under 13 must have an adult accompanying them at the show

Tickets to Comic Con Cape Town are non-refundable. A change of advertised guests due to their work commitments or other circumstances does not qualify for ticket refunds. Every effort will be made to replace the guest. For more infomation contact us on info@Comicconafrica.co.za

 

In the event that due to government regulations Comic Con Cape Town is cancelled, you will be refunded or get an opportunity to roll over your ticket to the next event.

No, you do not need to buy an additional ticket. The full programme at the show is included in your ticket. Your ticket covers your entry into KidsCon, StreetCon, StreamerCon, Panel sessions, Talks and Screenings unluess indicated differently in specific session advertising.You will pay for guest autographs and photograph opportunities separately. Visit the individual guest bios to see the cost for autograph and photographs from each guest.

You can change the day of your ticket by emailing Support@Howler.co.za 

CAN I BRING MY OWN MERCHANDISE TO BE SIGNED?

 Yes you may. You will be charged per autograph on each item.


I DIDN’T BRING ANYTHING FOR THE GUEST TO SIGN – WHAT DO I DO?!

 All guests have a selection of 8 x10 prints available for you to choose from. The price of the autograph includes a print of your choice.

 

CAN I BOOK AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS IN ADVANCE?

We recommend you book autographs and photographs in advance, although you may also purchase them at the show if we have availability. Keep an eye on our Social media to see when sales open.


HOW MUCH DO AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS COST?

 Autographs and photographs vary in cost according to the guest. Please keep an eye on our social media and website where we will announce these fees.

 

CAN I TAKE A SELFIE WITH A GUEST?

 Due to limited time and the volume of people who want to meet their favourite guest, we are afraid the answer is no. We must limit photographs to official photographs only, and autographs consist of autographs only.


WHEN WILL I BE ABLE TO PURCHASE AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS?

 We aim to have these open one month prior to the show, but unforeseen circumstances may mean that it is not exactly one month.

 

 WHAT EXACTLY DO I GET WHEN I PURCHASE A PHOTOGRAPH?

 You receive a professional quality, glossy 8 x10 photograph of yourself and the talent of your choice, taken by one of our professional photographers under ideal lighting conditions.


HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN I HAVE IN ONE PHOTOGRAPH?

 You may have up to four adults in a single picture. If you have more people, you will need to purchase additional photograph opportunities. You cannot pay an additional fee.

According to the current government  regulations a vaccine certificate will not be required in order to gain access to Comic Con Cape Town.

StreamerCon Is a new addition to Comic Con Cape Town. It is a PLACE TO EXPERIENCE ALL OF THAT ONLINE MAGIC AND WONDER IRL. Bringing together all parts of making, watching, promoting, and creating the future of online video content. STREAMERCON welcomes digital creators, platform innovators, and all their fans, to meet in one place. Fans make new friends: creators expand their reach, and groundbreaking industry exchanges happen here

StreetCon Is a new addition to Comic Con Cape Town. It is the perfect collaboration of urban culture and pop culture. A place where creators, curators and YOU converge to celebrate and shape our culture. Featuring the latest in new gear, merch, talent and emerging artist and creators. A place where streetwear and pop culture enthusiasts can gather to shop new drops, exchange artistic expression and get the latest in merch, accessories and art.

 

Artist Alley is the place to rub elbows with the greatest pencilers, inkers, illustrators and writers from every corner of comics, and fan art. Artist Alley is located on the show floor. Come here to meet your comic creator heroes, chat to them, and ask them to sign your memorabilia.

Comic Con Cape Town does not provide childcare services. All children under the age of 13  to be accompanied by an adult at all times. Anyone from the age of 13 – 17  to be accompanied by a designated adult on site.

Find the nearest staff member or volunteer in Comic Con branded clothing, or a security guard and we will help you locate your missing party. We suggest that when you arrive at Comic Con Cape Town you and your party pick a location to meet in case anyone does get lost. We also recommend that you obtain a wristband from registration (provided at no charge) for your child/children and write your contact details on it.

No. The only animals permitted in the venue are service animals. We love animals as much as you do, but you are going to have to leave your pets at home.

Comic Con Cape Town will have something for everybody. The main areas we feature at the event are comics, tabletop gaming, console and PC gaming, Merchandise, Cosplay, book authors, and of course Artist Alley.

 

At the show you will have the chance to listen to your heroes answer questions on stage in panels and Q&As, and purchase a photograph and/or autograph from them. You will be able to browse through all of our fantastic retailers or participate in one of our specialty workshops. You can even commission a sketch from one of our featured comic book artists!

There are some restrictions on photographs. You are welcome to bring your camera on each show day as we allow photos for the first few minutes of each Q&A session. Once the MC requests that you put your camera away, you must adhere to this request as it is strictly monitored by the Comic Con Cape Town staff. It is prohibited to take photographs during the professional photographs and the autograph sessions.

 

You are welcome to take pictures and videos at the Comic Con Cape Town and share them on social media with the hashtag # Comic Con Cape Town. Please note that recording of audio and video is prohibited during screenings, certain panels and trailer launches.

Please also understand that other guests can be available for photos, but they do not have to. Guests are entitled to privacy and if they ask not to be photographed, their wishes must be respected.

Cosplayers particularly are provided with “no photo” badges for times when they wish to not be photographed.

 

CAN I FLY A DRONE AT THE EVENT?

Drones are not allowed in the venue.

We attract local, national and international press to each Comic Con event. In purchasing your ticket and in coCAN I nsideration for being admitted to the event, the holder consents to being recorded (by audio, visual and/or other means) for exhibition and exploitation by any means in all media now known or hereafter devised worldwide in perpetuity. Holder also hereby: (1) releases Mogull Media and Comic Con Cape Town from any liability for loss or damage to persons or property, infringement of any right or any other claim or course of action of any kind; (2) authorizes and permits Mogull Media and its designees which include but are not limited to all sponsors, exhibitors and contractors to use and authorize the use of his/her name, voice, likeness and all reproductions thereof by any means and in all media now and hereafter know for all purposes worldwide in perpetuity; and (3) agrees to comply with all rules and regulations of the event. The holder agrees not to make any recordings of any kind at designated activities without the express written permission of Mogull Media. We reserve the right to deny entry or remove from the event facilities any person who in our sole and absolute discretion is behaving or threatening to behave in a manner which we reasonably consider to be disruptive of the event.

Please direct complaints to info@comicconafrica.co.za. Please use the word “complaint” in the subject line so that we are able to escalate it as soon as we see it. Once received, we will ensure the relevant parties are notified of your complaint.

The buying and selling of counterfeit/knock-off/unlicensed materials is not tolerated at Comic Con Cape Town. Comic Con Cape Town is a celebration of the best of popular culture, and bootlegs have no place in the show. Violation of this rule will result in one and only one warning. A second violation and you’ll be removed from the show.

We are moving across to a cashless system for the convenience of our fans and exhibitors. Food outlets will accept Snapscan, howler tap or other card facilities. For vendors who do accept cash atm’s will be available.

Comic Con Cape Town Merchandise and exclusives will be available for pre-order online here: http://shop.comicconafrica.co.za/  one month prior to the Show. Pre-orders can be collected or items can be purchased onsite at the event at the CCCT Merchandise store. Left over 2023 stock will be available online for purchase a courier delivery after the event

WHAT DOES COMIC CON AFRICA THINK OF WEAPONS AND FIREARMS USED AS COSPLAY PROPS?

At the discretion of Security onsite, the following may be allowed:

  • Plastic and Metal Shields
  • Lightweight Plastic Props
  • Lightweight Wooden Props
  • PVC, 3D Printed and Plexiglass Props (if the edges and points are unsharpened)
  • Light Sabers
  • Toy guns as long as they do not look like real ones, cannot function or shoot projectiles and have an orange tip on the barrel.  The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-coloured caps. 
  • Prop bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips made of foam or cardboard.

If any of the above items are deemed unsafe by Comic Con Africa security, they will not be allowed inside the venue. They will only be allowed as long as they are deemed safe and will not cause harm onsite, you can check with Jade if your cosplay prop is allowed here: jade@ges.zone

If you’re bringing, buying or selling something that could damage or cause bodily harm, we’re going to take issue.

The following items are forbidden at Comic Con Africa:

  • Functional firearms (including air soft guns, NERF guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
  • Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional firearms)
  • Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons and water guns)
  • Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades)
  • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)
  • Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray)
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass, heavy wood and glass)
  • Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade horns
  • Whips
  • Aerosol mustard
  • Drones
 

DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL COSPLAY DRESSING ROOM?

Yes, there will be a Cosplay dressing room set-up for Cosplayers in the Cosplay Central Zone. These work on a first come first serve.

I AM A COSPLAYER AND ID LIKE TO BRING GUNS, WHATS ARE THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS?

We are well aware of the fact that many visitors have guns replicas; however it might be dangerous in the venue.

Thereby, are forbidden inside the festival:

  • Gun replicas made of hazardous materials, and that can be confused for real firearms.
  • Weapons made of light wood with sharp and piercing parts that can course injury.
  • Weapons made of PVC ,3D Printed and Plexiglass with sharp and piercing parts that can course injury.
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of heavy materials, such as metal and heavy wood.

Are allowed:

  • Weapons made of cardboard, foam, light wood, or any other non-hazardous materials.
  • Weapons made of PVC, 3D Printed or made from Plexiglass, provided the edges and points are unsharpened. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of light materials. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Toy guns if they do not look like real ones, cannot function, or shoot projectiles and have an orange tip on the barrel.  The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly coloured caps. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Prop bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips made of foam or cardboard. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.

The sale of replica will only be available for exhibitors. The exhibitors have safely pack every weapon they sell, and the visitors are not allowed to unpack their purchase inside the venue or they will be expelled. Every retorts of Airsoft guns are expressly forbidden, inside and outside the venue.

For everyone’s peace of mind, we advise you to:

  • Keep sharp and piercing weapons in their sleeves
  • Keep guns replicas inside a bag or a pack.
  • It is strictly forbidden to bring alcohol as well as glass bottles into the venue. 
 

CAN I TAKE PHOTOS OF THE COSPLAYERS?

  • If you would like to take photo of a cosplayer (or with a cosplayer), ask for their permission first and respect their right to refuse.
  • If the cosplayer is eating, drinking, talking on the phone, in the bathroom, getting ready for judging, getting ready for a stage show or dealing with a wardrobe malfunction please respect the cosplayer and do not ask for a photograph at that time.
  • Cosplay is not consent. Do not touch a cosplayer’s body, costume, wig, or prop. Ask before you put an arm around a waist or shoulders. If they do not explicitly say “Yes” to your request, that means “No.”

All harassment of cosplayers will not be tolerated. If you as a cosplayer is harassed or feel unsafe please report the incident and/or person right away to security or to a staff member at Cosplay Central.

During Comic Con Africa be respectful and friendly. Our mission is to create a fun, enjoyable, safe, and unforgettable event; where passionate people from all around the world can meet and greet.

As we are ourselves passionate people, we know the importance of creating a safe place for every Comic Con Africa visitor.


IS WEARING OVERTLY SEXUALISED CHARACTERS AND SEXUALLY EXPLICIT IMAGES ON CLOTHING ACCEPTABLE, EVEN IF IT IS ANIMATED

No. Comic Con promotes the festival as a family-friendly event, and does not allow for clothing to have sexually explicit stills, scenes, or explicit references to this sort of content (commonly referred to as hentai).

 

HOW FAR IS TOO FAR WITH COSPLAY?

 

Comic Con prides itself on being a self-expressive festival and understands that some characters have less clothing on than others for the sake of their character design. However, Comic Con is promoted as a family-friendly show and will not tolerate explicit nudity regardless of character relation. 

 

WHAT ARE THE SECURITY EXPECTATIONS AT COMIC CON CAPE TOWN?

 The safety and security of our staff, exhibitors and visitors is our priority. We work closely with the venue, security, and law enforcement authorities to identify risks, assess them and develop security plans for our events.

 

Everyone attending Comic Con Cape Town should be aware or the following security measures:

  • Security will be onsite at all times to assist you during all aspects of Comic Con Cape Town.
  • Everyone must have their Comic Con Cape Town tickets/badges on hand at all times. This includes exhibitors, vendors, visitors, guests (speakers, talent, artists), press, staff, and crew.
  • A fully operational security team following our vetted procedures is in place during Comic Con Cape Town. Bag checks may occur.
  • Walkthrough or handheld scanners may be used at Comic Con Cape Town.
  • Any CCTV in operation at Comic Con Africa is monitored and recorded.
  • Both uniformed and undercover security may be in attendance at Comic Con Cape Town.
  • Canine Security and Detection may be used in or around Comic Con Cape Town.

 

Everyone attending Comic Con Cape Town is requested to:

  • Keep personal property with you at all times and to not leave any items unattended. 
  • If you see something, say something.  Report anything that looks unusual, suspicious, or out of place to Comic Con Cape Town staff or security immediately.
  • Remain patient and courteous during security checks and follow the instructions of Comic Con Cape Town staff and security at all times
  • Properly dispose of your Comic Con Africa ticket/badge inside the venue or keep it as a souvenir – please do not sell it to scalpers or throw it away outside the venue where it could be picked up.
  • Carry a valid form of photo ID at all times.

 

WEAPONLIKE PROPS IN THE VICINTY OF THE CON AND DURING PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRAVEL TO THE CON

You as a fan are able to help us improve event security, fan safety and the overall happiness of everyone at or near Comic Con Cape Town. If you have a weapon or prop that might intimidate or scare people, please be mindful of it as you carry it near the venue or on public transport. If you have a weapon that might be misconstrued as a real weapon, please keep it concealed and do not carry it out in the open as you travel through Cape Town. We would hate to cause unnecessary panic, upset, or unwarranted calls to the police. We really appreciate you being mindful of this and using common sense when it comes to props and costuming!

 

WEAPONS AND BAG CHECK

Management has sole discretion in any matter that it believes may affect public safety or be important to protect the integrity of the event.


CAN I BRING A SUITCASE TO THE SHOW?

No. Carts and luggage on wheels will NOT be allowed during show hours. Exhibitors needing such items for legitimate business purposes will be allowed access at the opening and closing of business each day. This is a safety issue and no exceptions will be made.


WHAT DO I DO IF I FIND/LOSE SOMETHING?

 Please bring all found items to the Comic Con Cape Town information booth or Organiser’s office. Organisers office can be located on the event map.

 

WHAT IF I GET HURT?

If you’re hurt, reach out to the nearest Comic Con Cape Town staff, volunteer, crew or nearby security and we will assist you in getting you the help you need.

 

WHAT IF I’M HARASSED?

 Harassment of any kind, including stalking, deliberate intimidation, unwelcome physical attention, and physical assault and battery, will not be tolerated at Comic Con Cape Town. If it’s illegal outside the venue, it’s illegal inside the venue. Harassment is grounds for removal from the show without refund as well as potential legal action. We want Comic Con Cape Town to be a safe, open and accepting environment for all fans. If you are a victim of harassment at the show, please contact the Comic Con Cape Town Organiser’s office immediately.


WHAT MAY I BRING INTO THE CON?

 It is strictly forbidden to bring alcohol as well as glass bottles into the venue. You may bring one 250ml non-glass bottle of water. Management reserves the right to check anything you may wish to bring inside the venue.


 

I WANT TO BOOK A STAND, WHERE CAN I APPLY?

You can apply through this form: https://forms.zohopublic.com/comicconafrica/form/ExhibitorApplicationsCapeTown20241/formperma/S4cnlW0FnLo1aXbVg8qDmkIEf189e_OP09GY0xe8zFg

CAN I SELL COUNTERFEIT GOODS?

Counterfeit goods or unlicensed goods impact the industry negatively and Comic Con does not condone this practice. We encourage vendors to be respectful and ensure all products have the right licensing/permission in place. No counterfeit goods should be sold at the event.

CAN I SELL ITEMS OF AN ADULT NATURE, INCLUDING MATURE-THEMED CONTENT, AT COMIC CON?

 

Yes, however these items cannot be publicly displayed on the show floor as Comic Con is promoted as a family friendly show. You may have a sign on your stand that guides visitors to enquire about sexually explicit items, but it would be your responsibility to ensure that they are over the age of 18 by performing an ID check on site.

CCA FAQS

A multi-genre entertainment, comic and fan convention

Comic Con Africa is a 4 day event celebrating comic books and science fiction/fantasy related film, television, and similar popular arts.  The exhibition will also feature a larger range of pop culture and entertainment elements across virtually all genres, including animation, toys, gadgets, clothing, collectible card games, table top games, anime, manga, video games, comics, and fantasy novels.

 

Superhero or sidekick – there will be exciting activations to enjoy that include professional gaming tournaments, other gaming activations, Cosplay Competitions, and new Artist Alley. Comic Con Africa visitors can also enjoy celebrity panel discussions, seminars, workshops, autograph and photo sessions.

 

Comic Con Africa will feature a large floor space for exhibitors, as well as the Artists’ Alley, where comic artists can sign autographs and sell or do free sketches.

Comic Con Africa will take place on the 22-25 Sept 2023 at JHB EXPO CENTRE (NASREC)

 

  • Friday 09h00 – 18h00
  • Saturday 09h00 – 18h00
  • Sunday 09h00 – 18h00
  • Monday 09h00 – 18h00

All 4 days of the show are equally awesome, it’s hard to choose just one!

 HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?

You can purchase tickets to Comic Con Africa with our ticketing partner Howler.  We suggest you buy tickets online well in advance because Comic Con Africa Sells out! If the show does not sell out, there will be limited tickets available at the doors. We can scan your tickets directly from your mobile device so no need to print it should you prefer. Please visit this link for more information and pricing.  https://comiccon.howler.co.za/events/comic-con-africa-ef20

HOW MUCH ARE THE TICKETS?

The prices for Comic Con Africa tickets vary so please check out the ticket page.

https://comiccon.howler.co.za/events/comic-con-africa-ef20

CAN I BUY TICKETS AT THE DOOR?

We can’t guarantee tickets will be available at the door. If Comic Con Africa tickets sell out before the event, no tickets will be available at the door. To ensure you don’t miss out, pre-purchase your tickets today! If tickets are available at the door, ticket sales will not begin until 09:00AM each show day.

WHAT ABOUT KIDS? DO THEY NEED TICKETS?

Children aged 5 and under will be admitted free. Please note that Comic Con Africa recommends all children under 16 attend with an adult and all children under 13 must have an adult accompanying them at the show.

WHAT’S THE REFUND POLICY?

Tickets to Comic Con Africa are non-refundable. A change of advertised guests due to their work commitments or other circumstances does not qualify for ticket refunds. Every effort

will be made to replace the guest. For more information contact us on info@Comicconafrica.co.za

In the event that due to government regulations Comic Con Africa is cancelled, you will be refunded or get an opportunity to roll over your ticket to the next event.

Change of advertised guests due to work commitments or other circumstances does not qualify for ticket refunds. Your General Access Ticket provides you access to the exhibition and the programme is subject to change. Every effort will be made to replace the guest.

For more information contact us on info@ComicConAfrica.co.za

 

DO I NEED ADDITIONAL TICKETS FOR PANELS, STREAMERCON, STREETCON AND KIDSCON?

 No, you do not need to buy an additional ticket. The full programme at the show is included in your ticket. Your ticket covers your entry into StreetCon, KidsCon, Panel sessions, Talks and Screenings unless indicated differently in specific session advertising. You will pay for guest autographs and photograph opportunities separatelyVisit the individual guest bios to see the cost for autograph and photographs from each guest.

 

CAN I CHANGE THE DAY OF MY TICKET?

 Yes you can, contact Howler here: support@howler.co.za 

 

No, you do not need to buy an additional ticket. The full programme at the show is included in your ticket. Your ticket covers your entry into StreetCon, StreamerCon, KidsCon, Panel sessions, Talks and Screenings unluess indicated differently in specific session advertising.You will pay for guest autographs and photograph opportunities separatelyVisit the individual guest bios to see the cost for autograph and photographs from each guest.

All 4 days of the show are equally awesome, it’s hard to choose just one!

Ample parking is available at Johannesburg Expo Centre at a cost of R30.00 per car. Contact us on info@comicconafrica.co.za for Special needs parking. 

Comic Con Africa strongly suggest e-hailing services!


Comic Con Africa suggests the use of E-Hailing services. Please practice caution and safety when using these third-party services. 

See directions here: https://www.google.com/maps/dir//Johannesburg+Expo+Centre,+Nasrec+rd,+corner+Rand+Show+Rd,+Nasrec,+Johannesburg,+2091/@-26.2426213,27.979126,17z/data=!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x1e95090567ca9dfb:0x16172e73324b9618!2m2!1d27.9813147!2d-26.2426213?entry=ttu

DO YOU HAVE SPECIAL ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND WITH REDUCED MOBILITY?

We will have a dedicated parking, registration desk and entrance set-up for persons with disabilities and reduced mobility.

Please contact us on info@ComicConAfrica.co.za should you need further information.

WHAT IS STREETCON?

 StreetCon Is a new addition to Comic Con Africa. It is the perfect collaboration of urban culture and pop culture. A place where creators, curators and YOU converge to celebrate and shape our culture. Featuring the latest in new gear, merch, talent and emerging artist and creators. A place where streetwear and pop culture enthusiasts can gather to shop new drops, exchange artistic expression and get the latest in merch, accessories and art.

 

WHAT IS ARTIST ALLEY?

 Artist Alley is the place to rub elbows with the greatest pencilers, inkers, illustraters and writers from every corner of comics, and fan art. Artist Alley is located on the show floor. Come here to meet your comic creator heroes, chat to them, and ask them to sign your memorabilia.


WHAT IS KIDSCON?

Located in the pop culture hall, KidsCon is the sugar rush from the sweetness that is Comic Con Africa

Shop from South Africa’s top vendors for clothing and accessories with a variety of officially licenced merch set to include Mario, Minecraft, Spider-man, and more.

Level up with free-to-play stations and stand a change to win awesome prizes through out the KidsCon zone.

Let kids have the time of their lives with all their favourite characters come to life. With perfect photo ops and of casual fans in character all around the con too, the is the cross over episode not to be missed.

 

CAN I BRING MY OWN MERCHANDISE TO BE SIGNED?

 Yes you may. You will be charged per autograph on each item.

 

 

I DIDN’T BRING ANYTHING FOR THE GUEST TO SIGN – WHAT DO I DO?!

 All guests have a selection of 8 x10 prints available for you to choose from. The price of the autograph includes a print of your choice.

 

 

CAN I BOOK AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS IN ADVANCE?

 We recommend you book autographs and photographs in advance, although you may also purchase them at the show if we have availability. Keep an eye on our Social media to see when sales open.

 

HOW MUCH DO AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS COST?

 Autographs and photographs vary in cost according to the guest. Please keep an eye on our social media and website where we will announce these fees.

 

CAN I TAKE A SELFIE WITH A GUEST?

 Due to limited time and the volume of people who want to meet their favourite guest, we are afraid the answer is no. We must limit photographs to official photographs only, and autographs consist of autographs only.

 

WHEN WILL I BE ABLE TO PURCHASE AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHS?

 We aim to have these open one month prior to the show, but unforeseen circumstances may mean that it is not exactly one month.

 

WHAT EXACTLY DO I GET WHEN I PURCHASE A PHOTOGRAPH?

 You receive a professional quality, glossy 8 x10 photograph of yourself and the talent of your choice, taken by one of our professional photographers under ideal lighting conditions.

 

HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN I HAVE IN ONE PHOTOGRAPH?

 You may have up to four adults in a single picture. If you have more people, you will need to purchase additional photograph opportunities. You cannot pay an additional fee.

Comic Con Africa does not provide childcare services. Please note that all minors under that age of 16 are required to be always accompanied by an adult (that is at least 21 years old) while attending Comic Con Africa.

 

Comic Con Africa does not offer accompanied or drop-and-go childcare facilities.

 

Unaccompanied minors will not be granted admission, and will be turned away from entering the festival.

Should a child go missing on the Comic Con Africa show floor, please notify the organisers at the Organiser’s Office as soon as possible.

The reverse is true, please notify the organisers at the Organiser’s Office should you have lost your child.

No. The only animals permitted in the venue are service animals. We love animals as much as you do, but you are going to have to leave your pets at home.

There are some restrictions on photographs. You are welcome to bring your camera on each show day as we allow photos for the first few minutes of each Q&A session. Once the MC requests that you put your camera away, you must adhere to this request as it is strictly monitored by the Comic Con Africa staff. It is prohibited to take photographs during the professional photographs and the autograph sessions.

You are welcome to take pictures and videos at the Comic Con Africa and share them on social media with the hashtag #ComicConAfrica. Please note that recording of audio and video is prohibited during screenings, certain panels and trailer launches.

Please also understand that other guests can be available for photos, but they do not have to. Guests are entitled to privacy and if they ask not to be photographed, their wishes must be respected.

Cosplayers particularly are provided with “no photo” badges for times when they wish to not be photographed.

CAN I FLY A DRONE AT THE EVENT?

Drones are not allowed in the venue.

Comic Con Africa will have something for everybody. The main areas we feature at the event are comics, tabletop gaming, console and PC gaming, Merchandise, Cosplay, book authors, and of course Artist Alley.

 

At the show you will have the chance to listen to your heroes answer questions on stage in panels and Q&As, and purchase a photograph and/or autograph from them. You will be able to browse through all of our fantastic retailers or participate in one of our specialty workshops. You can even commission a sketch from one of our featured comic book artists!

Please note that Comic Con Africa has vendors that accept both cash and card payments, however, please note that some food vendors might only have card facilities available.

 

Comic Con Africa will also have ATM’s positioned around the festival.

 

We attract local, national and international press to each Comic Con event. In purchasing your ticket and in consideration for being admitted to the event, the holder consents to being recorded (by audio, visual and/or other means) for exhibition and exploitation by any means in all media now known or hereafter devised worldwide in perpetuity. Holder also hereby: (1) releases Mogull Media and Comic Con Africa from any liability for loss or damage to persons or property, infringement of any right or any other claim or course of action of any kind; (2) authorizes and permits Mogull Media and its designees which include but are not limited to all sponsors, exhibitors and contractors to use and authorize the use of his/her name, voice, likeness and all reproductions thereof by any means and in all media now and hereafter know for all purposes worldwide in perpetuity; and (3) agrees to comply with all rules and regulations of the event. The holder agrees not to make any recordings of any kind at designated activities without the express written permission of Mogull Media. We reserve the right to deny entry or remove from the event facilities any person who in our sole and absolute discretion is behaving or threatening to behave in a manner which we reasonably consider to be disruptive of the event.

Please direct complaints to info@comicconafrica.co.za. Please use the word “complaint” in the subject line so that we are able to excalate it as soon as we see it. Once recieved, we will ensure the relevant parties are notified of your complaint.

The buying and selling of counterfeit/knock-off/unlicensed materials is not tolerated at Comic Con Africa. Comic Con Africa is a celebration of the best of popular culture, and bootlegs have no place in the show. Violation of this rule will result in one and only one warning. A second violation and you’ll be removed from the show.

WHAT DOES COMIC CON AFRICA THINK OF WEAPONS AND FIREARMS USED AS COSPLAY PROPS?

At the discretion of Security onsite, the following may be allowed:

  • Plastic and Metal Shields
  • Lightweight Plastic Props
  • Lightweight Wooden Props
  • PVC, 3D Printed and Plexiglass Props (if the edges and points are unsharpened)
  • Light Sabers
  • Toy guns as long as they do not look like real ones, cannot function or shoot projectiles and have an orange tip on the barrel.  The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-coloured caps. 
  • Prop bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips made of foam or cardboard.

If any of the above items are deemed unsafe by Comic Con Africa security, they will not be allowed inside the venue. They will only be allowed as long as they are deemed safe and will not cause harm onsite, you can check with Jade if your cosplay prop is allowed here: jade@ges.zone

If you’re bringing, buying or selling something that could damage or cause bodily harm, we’re going to take issue.

The following items are forbidden at Comic Con Africa:

  • Functional firearms (including air soft guns, NERF guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
  • Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional firearms)
  • Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons and water guns)
  • Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades)
  • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)
  • Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray)
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass, heavy wood and glass)
  • Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade horns
  • Whips
  • Aerosol mustard
  • Drones
 

DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL COSPLAY DRESSING ROOM?

Yes, there will be a Cosplay dressing room set-up for Cosplayers in the Cosplay Central Zone. These work on a first come first serve.

I AM A COSPLAYER AND ID LIKE TO BRING GUNS, WHATS ARE THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS?

We are well aware of the fact that many visitors have guns replicas; however it might be dangerous in the venue.

Thereby, are forbidden inside the festival:

  • Gun replicas made of hazardous materials, and that can be confused for real firearms.
  • Weapons made of light wood with sharp and piercing parts that can course injury.
  • Weapons made of PVC ,3D Printed and Plexiglass with sharp and piercing parts that can course injury.
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of heavy materials, such as metal and heavy wood.

Are allowed:

  • Weapons made of cardboard, foam, light wood, or any other non-hazardous materials.
  • Weapons made of PVC, 3D Printed or made from Plexiglass, provided the edges and points are unsharpened. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of light materials. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Toy guns if they do not look like real ones, cannot function, or shoot projectiles and have an orange tip on the barrel.  The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly coloured caps. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.
  • Prop bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips made of foam or cardboard. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.

The sale of replica will only be available for exhibitors. The exhibitors have safely pack every weapon they sell, and the visitors are not allowed to unpack their purchase inside the venue or they will be expelled. Every retorts of Airsoft guns are expressly forbidden, inside and outside the venue.

For everyone’s peace of mind, we advise you to:

  • Keep sharp and piercing weapons in their sleeves
  • Keep guns replicas inside a bag or a pack.
  • It is strictly forbidden to bring alcohol as well as glass bottles into the venue. 
 

CAN I TAKE PHOTOS OF THE COSPLAYERS?

  • If you would like to take photo of a cosplayer (or with a cosplayer), ask for their permission first and respect their right to refuse.
  • If the cosplayer is eating, drinking, talking on the phone, in the bathroom, getting ready for judging, getting ready for a stage show or dealing with a wardrobe malfunction please respect the cosplayer and do not ask for a photograph at that time.
  • Cosplay is not consent. Do not touch a cosplayer’s body, costume, wig, or prop. Ask before you put an arm around a waist or shoulders. If they do not explicitly say “Yes” to your request, that means “No.”

All harassment of cosplayers will not be tolerated. If you as a cosplayer is harassed or feel unsafe please report the incident and/or person right away to security or to a staff member at Cosplay Central.

During Comic Con Africa be respectful and friendly. Our mission is to create a fun, enjoyable, safe, and unforgettable event; where passionate people from all around the world can meet and greet.

As we are ourselves passionate people, we know the importance of creating a safe place for every Comic Con Africa visitor.

 

IS WEARING OVERTLY SEXUALISED CHARACTERS AND SEXUALLY EXPLICIT IMAGES ON CLOTHING ACCEPTABLE, EVEN IF IT IS ANIMATED?

No. Comic Con promotes the festival as a family friendly event, and does not allow for clothing to have sexually explicit stills, scenes, or explicit references to this sort of content (commonly referred to as hentai).

 

HOW FAR IS TOO FAR WITH COSPLAY?

 

Comic Con prides itself on being a self-expressive festival and understands that some characters have less clothing on than others for the sake of their character design. However, Comic Con is promoted as a family friendly show and will not tolerate explicit nudity regardless of character relation. 

WHAT ARE THE SECURITY EXPECTATIONS AT COMIC CON AFRICA?

 The safety and security of our staff, exhibitors and visitors is our priority. We work closely with the venue, security, and law enforcement authorities to identify risks, assess them and develop security plans for our events.

 

Everyone attending Comic Con Africa should be aware or the following security measures:

  • Security will be onsite at all times to assist you during all aspects of Comic Con Africa.
  • Everyone must have their Comic Con Africa tickets/badges on hand at all times. This includes exhibitors, vendors, visitors, guests (speakers, talent, artists), press, staff, and crew.
  • A fully operational security team following our vetted procedures is in place during Comic Con Africa. Bag checks may occur.
  • Walkthrough or handheld scanners may be used at Comic Con Africa.
  • Any CCTV in operation at Comic Con Africa is monitored and recorded.
  • Both uniformed and undercover security may be in attendance at Comic Con Africa.
  • Canine Security and Detection may be used in or around Comic Con Africa.

 

Everyone attending Comic Con Africa is requested to:

  • Keep personal property with you at all times and to not leave any items unattended. 
  • If you see something, say something.  Report anything that looks unusual, suspicious, or out of place to Comic Con Africa staff or security immediately.
  • Remain patient and courteous during security checks and follow the instructions of Comic Con Africa staff and security at all times
  • Properly dispose of your Comic Con Africa ticket/badge inside the venue or keep it as a souvenir – please do not sell it to scalpers or throw it away outside the venue where it could be picked up.
  • Carry a valid form of photo ID at all times.

 

WEAPONLIKE PROPS IN THE VICINTY OF THE CON AND DURING PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRAVEL TO THE CON

You as a fan are able to help us improve event security, fan safety and the overall happiness of everyone at or near Comic Con Africa. If you have a weapon or prop that might intimidate or scare people, please be mindful of it as you carry it near the venue or on public transport. If you have a weapon that might be misconstrued as a real weapon, please keep it concealed and do not carry it out in the open as you travel through Johannesburg. We would hate to cause unnecessary panic, upset, or unwarranted calls to the police. We really appreciate you being mindful of this and using common sense when it comes to props and costuming!

 

WEAPONS AND BAG CHECK

Management has sole discretion in any matter that it believes may affect public safety or be important to protect the integrity of the event.

 

CAN I BRING A SUITCASE TO THE SHOW?

No. Carts and luggage on wheels will NOT be allowed during show hours. Exhibitors needing such items for legitimate business purposes will be allowed access at the opening and closing of business each day. This is a safety issue and no exceptions will be made.

 

WHAT DO I DO IF I FIND/LOSE SOMETHING? 

Please bring all found items to the Comic Con Africa information booth or Organiser’s officeOrganisers office can be located on the event map.

 

WHAT IF I GET HURT?

If you’re hurt, reach out to the nearest Comic Con Africa staff, volunteer, crew or nearby security and we will assist you in getting you the help you need.

WHAT IF I’M HARASSED?

Harassment of any kind, including stalking, deliberate intimidation, unwelcome physical attention, and physical assault and battery, will not be tolerated at Comic Con Africa. If it’s illegal outside the venue, it’s illegal inside the venue. Harassment is grounds for removal from the show without refund as well as potential legal action. We want Comic Con Africa to be a safe, open and accepting environment for all fans. If you are a victim of harassment at the show, please contact the Comic Con Africa Organiser’s office immediately.

 

WHAT MAY I BRING INTO THE CON?

It is strictly forbidden to bring alcohol as well as glass bottles into the venue. You may bring one 250ml non-glass bottle of water. Management reserves the right to check anything you may wish to bring inside the venue.

 

COSPLAY

 WHAT DOES COMIC CON AFRICA THINK OF WEAPONS AND FIREARMS USED AS COSPLAY PROPS?

At the discretion of Security onsite, the following may be allowed:

  • Plastic and metal shields
  • Lightweight plastic or PVC props and lightsabers
  • Toy guns as long as they do not look like real ones, cannot function or shoot projectiles and have an orange tip on the barrel. The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-coloured caps. Prop bows will be allowed providing all arrows have soft tips made of foam or cardboard.

If any of the above items are deemed unsafe by Comic Con Africa security, they will not be allowed inside the venue. They will only be allowed as long as they are deemed safe and will not cause harm onsite. If you’re bringing, buying or selling something that could maim, damage or cause bodily harm, we’re going to take issue. The following items are forbidden at Comic Con Africa:

  • Functional firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
  • Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional firearms)
  • Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons and water guns)
  • Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, all kinds of swords, sword canes and switch blades)
  • Explosives (including firecrackers, fireworks, Pop Pops or anything with gunpowder)
  • Smoke-producing items like smoke bombs
  • Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray)
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass, hard PVC, wood and glass)
  • Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade horns
  • Whips
  • Aerosol mustard
  • Drones

 

DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL COSPLAY DRESSING ROOM?

 Yes, there will be a Cosplay dressing room for Cosplayers in the Cosplay Central Zone in Hall 6.

 

I AM A COSPLAYER AND I’D LIKE TO BRING GUNS. WHAT ARE THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS?

 We are well aware of the fact that many visitors have guns replicas, however it might be dangerous in the venue. Therefore, items forbidden inside the festival are:

  • Every gun replica made of hazardous materials
  • Weapons made of light wood with sharp and piercing parts
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of heavy materials (including hard PVC)

 

Allowed:

  • Weapons made of cardboard, foam, light wood or any other non-hazardous materials
  • Replicas of blunt weapons made of light materials. A strict control of all the weapons and bags will be made before you enter the venue. The weapons allowed inside the show will be marked and only those marked weapons will be accepted.

The sale of replicas will only be available for exhibitors. The exhibitors have to pack every weapon they sell, and visitors are not allowed to unpack their purchase inside the venue, or they will be expelled. Retorts of Airsoft guns are expressly forbidden, inside and outside the venue.

For everyone’s peace of mind, we advise you to:

  • Keep weapon props that look like sharp and piercing weapons in your sleeves
  • Keep guns replicas inside a bag or a pack
 
Check if your cosplay prop is allowed with Jade here: jade@ges.zone

 

CAN I TAKE PHOTOS OF THE COSPLAYERS?

 If you’d like to take photo of another visitor or with another visitor, ask for their permission and respect their right to refuse.

 

BE RESPECTFUL AND FRIENDLY

 During Comic Con Africa be respectful and friendly. Our mission is to create a fun, enjoyable, safe and unforgettable event; where passionate people from all around the world can meet and greet. As we are ourselves passionate people, we take creating a safe place for every Comic Con Africa visitor very seriously.

RIGHT OF ADMISSION  RESERVED

I WANT TO BOOK A STAND, WHERE CAN I APPLY?

You can apply through this form: https://forms.zohopublic.com/comicconafrica/form/ExhibitorApplicationsComicConAfrica2024/formperma/k5EnBBVwPE-q8XtCN9rk-hJVMV2q_Ds8BdxpcXLwth8

CAN I SELL COUNTERFEIT GOODS?

Counterfeit goods or unlicensed goods impact the industry negatively and Comic Con does not condone this practice. We encourage vendors to be respectful and ensure all products have the right licensing/permission in place. No counterfeit goods should be sold at the event.

CAN I SELL ITEMS OF AN ADULT NATURE, INCLUDING MATURE-THEMED CONTENT, AT COMIC CON?

Yes, however these items cannot be publicly displayed on the show floor as Comic Con is promoted as a family friendly show. You may have a sign on your stand that guides visitors to enquire about sexually explicit items, but it would be your responsibility to ensure that they are over the age of 18 by performing an ID check on site.

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited. Comic Con Africa is brought to you in partnership with VS Gaming, South Africa’s largest independent gaming brand and the leading platform for online gaming in Africa

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The promoter is:  Comic Con Africa (Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd who organise under licence) whose office is situated at Left Loft, Building 4, Fancourt Office Park, 9 Felstead Road, Northriding, 2162, Gauteng, South Africa

Employees of  Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd or their family members or anyone else connected in any way with the competition or helping to set up the competition shall not be permitted to enter the competition.

There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.

Route for entry to the competition and details of how to enter are posted on the relevant competition entry website page along with the relevant terms and conditions.

Closing date for entry will also be advertised on the specific competition page or otherwise stated on marketing material. After this date no further entries to the competition will be permitted.

No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.

The promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of the promoter’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the promoter.

The promoter is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.

No cash alternative to the prizes will be offered in the case of non-cash prizes. The prizes are not transferable. Prizes are subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent value without giving notice.

Winners will be chosen by a lucky draw unless the competition mechanics state so, like in the case of a judging panel and scoring systems used.

The winner will be notified by email and/or letter within 28 days of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

The promoter will notify the winner when and where the prize can be collected

The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.

The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of South Africa.

The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.

Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Network. You are providing your information to Comic Con Africa – Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd and in the case of a Competition Sponsors which will be outlined in each Competitions individual T&C’s

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited.

Entry Mechanics: Please refer to the competition social post for each competition’s mechanics

Terms & Conditions:

By entering any of our cinema/screening competitions, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

    • The competition will run for the period indicated on the social media announcement.
    • All winners will be notified via social media – direct message where they will be asked to share their e-mail address and cell no to issue instructions for claiming the tickets that they won.
    • Tickets will only be valid for the screening date and time advertised and cannot be exchanged for another screening date or time.
    • Ticket cannot be exchange for cash.
    • No duplicates tickets will be accepted, in the case of printed ticket vouchers issued.
    • Tickets cannot be transferred to another person without written consent from the promoters & their partners.

WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This website (“Site”) is operated by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited. Office: TicketPro Dome, Office M10, Block F, Northumberland Rd and Olievenhout Ave, North Riding, Johannesburg, 2161,Gauteng, South Africa

By accessing or using the Site, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below (“Terms and Conditions”). These Terms and Conditions expressly incorporate by reference and include the Site’s Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and Copyright Policy and any guidelines, rules or disclaimers that may be posted and updated on specific webpages or on notices that are sent to you. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, please do not use this Site.

Mogull Media (Pty) Ltd reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove portions of these Terms and Conditions in its sole discretion at any time and without prior notice. Please check this page periodically for any modifications. Your continued use of this Site following the posting of any changes will mean that you have accepted the changes.

We do not claim ownership of any material that you provide to us (including feedback and suggestions) or post, upload, input or submit on or through this Site, including our blog pages, message boards, chat rooms and forums, for review by the general public or by the members of any public or private community (“Submission”) and we are not responsible for its content or accuracy. However, by posting, uploading, inputting, providing or submitting (“Posting”) your Submission you grant us, our affiliated companies and sublicensees permission to display, publish and otherwise use your Submission in any format in connection with the operation of our respective businesses (including, without limitation, the Site). No compensation will be paid with respect to the use of your Submission. We are under no obligation to display or otherwise use any Submission you may provide, and we may remove any Submission at any time in our sole discretion. By Posting a Submission, you also warrant and represent that you own or otherwise control all of the rights to your Submission including, without limitation, all the rights necessary for granting the permission specified above.

We shall have the right, but not the obligation, to monitor Submissions to determine compliance with these Terms and Conditions and any operating rules we establish and to satisfy any law, regulation or authorized government request. We shall have the right in our sole discretion to edit, refuse to post, or remove any Submission.

The Site may contain hyperlinks to other sites or resources that are provided solely for your convenience. Comic Con Africa and Mogull Media is not responsible for the availability of external sites or resources linked to the Site and does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any content, advertising, products or other materials on or available from such sites or resources, and has no control over the content of such sites or resources. Transactions that occur between you and any third party are strictly between you and the third party and are not the responsibility of Comic Con Africa and  Mogull Media . Because Mogull Media is not responsible for the availability or accuracy of these outside resources or their contents, you should review the terms and conditions and privacy policies of these linked sites, as their policies may differ from ours.

Comic Con Africa trademark(s) are owned by Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd and used under license by Mogull Media Proprietary Limited.

Mogull Media uses reasonable care in publishing Content on Comic Con Africa websites, however neither Mogull Media, Reed Exhibitions (Pty) Ltd, its affiliates, nor any third-party content providers or licensors make any warranty whatsoever that the operation of the Site will be uninterrupted or error-free, that defects will be corrected, that this Site, including the server that makes it available, is free of viruses or other harmful components, as to the results that may be obtained from use of the Content or other materials on the Site, or as to the accuracy, completeness, reliability, availability, suitability, quality, non-infringement or operation of any Content, product or service provided on or accessible from the Site.

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