Netflix’s Immersive, Fan-Inspired Booth At APCC 2018 Will Make You Feel Like The Star Of Your Favorite Show
The #NetflixAPCC experience at AsiaPop Comicon Manila 2018 is all about celebrating fandom. Inspired and designed especially for Pinoy fans, the Netflix booth offers an immersive experience this weekend in Manila. Life-sized, interactive replicas of popular Netflix shows awaits every die-hard fan.
Planning to come to APCC this weekend? Bring your camera and immerse yourself in the fun!
Start big and step inside the action-filled world of the immortal Iron Fist! Netflix has recreated New York’s Chinatown where you can test your punching skills like Danny Rand on a car and a wall.
Pop’s Diner is back! Pose by the diner’s iconic signage or channel your inner Serpent by the “Jughead Jones Wuz Here” graffiti. Inside the booth, there is a photo session waiting for you, put on a Riverdale varsity jacket and get ready to say cheese for the Riverdale yearbook. You can even catch live performances from Josie and the Pussycats—and get free milkshakes too!
Travel back to the ‘80s in the Hawkins Arcade, where you can play nostalgic arcade games with your friends, like Dig Dug, Ms. Pac-Man, and Dragon’s Lair. While you’re there, drop by the Byers’ house to help Will create his sprawling underground tunnel map. Here’s a little tip, go around and do a bit of exploring and you just might find the doorway to the Upside Down.
Get a sneak peek into Netflix’s newest animated series, Disenchantment, from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening. Take photos with life-sized character cutouts and explore the Poison Shop.
Marvel’s Luke Cage
Check out live graffiti artwork, inspired by the streets of Harlem from Luke Cage.
Photos by Donita Rose Fernandez and from Netflix
By now, you’ve probably come a long way from the first Netflix show you ever watched. Take a trip down memory lane at this interactive wall that lets you retrace your very own Netflix Journey.
Don’t miss it!
The APCC Manila 2018 is happening at the SMX Convention Center from July 27 to 29.
Tickets can be purchased via the SM Ticket website or through any SM Ticket outlets nationwide, and gives you access to the stage activities, performances, and the main exhibition floor. A one-day ticket price will set you back P650, a two-day pass is at P950, and a three-day pass can be bought at P1,150. Children below 5 years old are free to enter the convention during the three days.
Photos courtesy of Netflix
Lead images by Donita Rose Fernandez