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Baltimore Comic-Con 2017 Announces Second Round of Guests

The 18th annual Baltimore Comic-Con will be held September 22-24, 2017. Returning to the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the 2017 guest list continues to grow. If you have not already taken advantage, you can purchase your tickets now.

The Baltimore Comic-Con is extremely proud to announce as guests for the 2017 event: Joel Adams (Bucky O’Hare Graphic Novel Coloring Book), Zeea Adams (Neal Adams Monsters), Marty Baumann (Toybox Time Machine: A Catalog of the Coolest Toys Never Made), Lee Bermejo (Batman: Noel), Buzz (Superman: The Coming of the Supermen), Richard Case (King: Jungle Jim), Elias Chatzoudis (Peepland), Amy Chu (KISS), Gerry Conway (Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, courtesy of Hero Initiative), Kristina Deak-Linsner (Dawn/Vampirella), Joshua Dysart (Imperium, courtesy of Hero Initiative), John Gallagher (Underdog), Brian Joines (Bill & Ted Go to Hell), Arvell M. Jones (Marvel Premiere), JG Jones (Batwoman),Justin Jordan (Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern), Tony Kordos (Batman and Robin Eternal), Alisa Kwitney (Convergence Batgirl), Greg LaRocque (Stargate Atlantis: Hearts & Minds), Joe Linsner (Harley Quinn), Andrew MacLean (Head Lopper), Elliott S. Maggin (Superman, courtesy of Hero Initiative), Alitha Martinez (Black Panther: World of Wakanda), Ron Marz (Dread Gods), Ed McGuinness (Spider-Man/Deadpool), Carla Speed McNeil (Finder), Steve McNiven (Secret Empire), Melody Often (Amazing Forest), Denny O’Neil (Green Lantern/Green Arrow, courtesy of Hero Initiative), Tom Palmer (The Avengers), Dan Parent (Your Pal Archie), George Perez (Teen Titans, courtesy of Hero Initiative), Khoi Pham (Teen Titans courtesy of Hero Initiative), Keith Pollard (Fantastic Four, courtesy of Hero Initiative), Afua Richardson (Black Panther), Rafer Roberts (Rai: The History of the Valiant Universe), Bart Sears (Dread Gods), Megan Sloane (Lark’s Killer), Andy Smith (Earth 2), Brian Stelfreeze (Black Panther), John Totleben (Convergence: Swamp Thing), Gus Vazquez (Big Hero 6), Freddie E. Williams II (Batman/TMNT), Bill Willingham (The Kamandi Challenge), Ron Wilson (The Thing), Marv Wolfman (Raven, courtesy of Hero Initiative), David Yardin (Jean Grey), Kelly Yates (Torchwood), and Thom Zahler (Time & Vine).

In addition to on-site CGC grading, this year’s confirmed guests for the show include: Neal Adams (Harley’s Little Black Book), Jeremy Bastian (Cursed Pirate Girl), Reilly Brown (Slapstick), Mark Buckingham (Everafter: From the Pages of Fables), Dave Bullock (The Rocketeer at War), Jim Calafiore (Surviving Megalopolis), Frank Cho (Skybourne), Steve Conley (The Middle Age), Amanda Conner (Harley Quinn), Todd Dezago (The Perhapanauts), David Finch (Batman), Meredith Finch (Catwoman: Election Night), Ramona Fradon (Convergence: Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman), Michael Golden (Doctor Strange), Scott Hanna (Wonder Woman), Dean Haspiel (Dark Horse Presents), Klaus Janson (Dark Knight III: The Master Race), Kazu Kibuishi (Harry Potter covers), Matt Kindt (Ninjak), Sharlene Kindt (Dept. H), Tom King (Batman), Barry Kitson (Avengers), Hope Larson (Batgirl), David Marquez (Civil War II), Mike McKone (Old Man Logan), Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Mark Morales (Deathstroke), Greg Pak (The Totally Awesome Hulk), Jimmy Palmiotti (Harley Quinn), Paul Pelletier (Cyborg), David Petersen (Mouse Guard), Brandon Peterson (Revolution), Tom Raney (Invincible Iron Man), Don Rosa (Donald Duck), Craig Rousseau (The Perhapanauts), Andy Runton (Owly), Julie Fujii Sakai (Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz); Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo); Stuart Sayger (Krampus: Shadow of Saint Nicholas), Louise Simonson (Faith); Walter Simonson (Ragnarok); Rob Stull (Executive Assistant: Orchid), Peter Tomasi (Superman), Billy Tucci (Shi), James Tynion IV (Detective Comics), Ethan Van Sciver (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps), Mark Waid (Avengers), Renee Witterstaetter (Joe Jusko: Maelstrom), and Rich Woodall (Kyrra: Alien Jungle Girl).

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Baltimore Comic Con Announces a New Weapons Policy for 2017

Baltimore Comic-Con will be held on September 22-24, 2017 at the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center and the convention has announced a new weapons policy for this year.

Due to recent tragedies as well as new legislation passed by the City of Baltimore, there has been some changes and it is now prohibited to bring weapons of any kind into the convention.

The new legislation passed in the city of Baltimore makes possession of replica guns illegal. Replica guns are subject to seizure and forfeiture, and certain penalties are imposed for possession.

The following list is not meant to be all-inclusive and the Baltimore Comic-Con reserves the right to prohibit additional items not listed in this policy. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:

  1. Firearms of any kind (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns, and pellet guns)
  2. Replica firearms (including reproductions, or toy guns that can be confused for actual firearms)
  3. Any projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons, and water guns)
  4. Bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatchets, knives and swords, sword canes, and switch blades)
  5. Explosives of any type (including black powder, firecrackers, and fireworks)
  6. Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray)
  7. Blunt weapons (including bats, mallets, brass knuckles, clubs, and any type of martial arts weapon)
  8. Prop weapons made of anything besides soft plastic or foam. The Baltimore Comic-Con reserves the right to deny admission to individuals attempting to bring any prop into the show deemed unacceptable by staff.

Any replica or prop weapon purchased from a Vendor at the convention must remain in the packaging or be taken out of the convention center.

The above list is meant to “ensure compliance with new legislation in Baltimore,” and the convention strongly encourages everyone to continue wearing the costumes on which they have spent so much time and effort. They realize that this change puts a hamper on some cosplay.

It’s unknown how likely the Baltimore police would enforce such legislation at a convention, but for all the work individuals do and money spent, it may not be the best idea to test it.

Baltimore Comic-Con Throws a Spring Fling

The Baltimore Comic-Con will be back again this year in the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center on September 22-24, 2017, but as a special thank you to their fans, they’re throwing a Spring Fling.

What is a Spring Fling? If you were with us for our first show back in 2000, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what to expect. This will be a good old fashioned comic book show: rows and rows of comic book dealers from 6-8 states around the country with comics and collectibles from the ancient to the very modern…and we’re bringing in a few guests as well!

Frank Cho photo

Totally Awesome Hulk by Frank Cho

Harvey and Eisner award nominee Frank Cho launched his career as a comic strip artist at the University of Maryland-College Park student newspaper, penning University2, which was the predecessor of his creator-owned syndicated strip and comic series, Liberty Meadows. His body of work also includes Marvel Comics’ New Avengers, Mighty Avengers, Shanna the She-Devil, New Ultimates, and X-Men: Schism, as well as Jungle Girl for Dynamite Entertainment. His recent work can be seen in BOOM! Studios’ Skybourne, and on covers from DC Comics’ Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman.

 

Steve Conley photo

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers by Steve Conley

Long-time friend of the show, Harvey and Eisner Award nominee, and guest since our inception in 2000 (!), artist and writer Steve Conley has contributed to numerous comic titles, both printed and on-line. His Astounding Space Thrills was self-published, published by Image Comics, and collected as a trade paperback by IDW. He has been featured in titles such as JLA-Z from DC Comics, Star Trek: Year Four from IDW, and Michael Chabon’s Amazing Adventures of the Escapist from Dark Horse Comics. His creator-owned Bloop, is available through his online store in print or soft copy editions, and you can read his webcomic, The Middle Age, on his website.

 

John Gallagher photo

Buzzboy Go Digital Monster Mayhem by John Gallagher

John Gallagher is the award-winning artist and writer of graphic novels Buzzboy and Roboy Red (with Rich Faber). John teamed with sons Jack and Will to create a kids book, E.P.I.C. Bros., about two kids whose superhero dad is always out saving the world, and they pass the time using his gizmos for lovable mayhem. Jack and Will follow in the footsteps of big sister Katie, who teamed with her dad to create Zoey and Ketchup. John’s Buzzboy is back from American Mythology Productions in Buzzboy Go Digital Monster Mayhem, where he has also contributed to the recently relaunched Casper the Friendly Ghost and The Inspector. When not creating comics, John is executive director of Kids Love Comics (kidslovecomics.net) and works as art director for Ranger Rick magazine.

 

Mark Morales photo

Justice League vs. Suicide Squad by Mark Morales

Mark Morales has established himself as one of the industry’s go-to inkers for major titles and events for the big publishers. He has inked a vast number of titles at Marvel Comics including, among many others, A+X, Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers vs. X-Men, New Avengers, Secret Invasion, Sentry, Siege, Thor, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine, X-Force, and X-Men. He has also done work for DC Comics on titles like Action Comics, Batman/Superman, JLA, New Suicide Squad, Prez, and Superman: The Man of Steel. He was also awarded the Harvey Award for Best Inker in 2009 and 2011.

 

Brandon Peterson photo

Trinity by Brandon Peterson

Brandon Peterson has been a professional illustrator for over 20 years, working primarily as a penciller and inker, but often as a colorist, writer, editor, and art director. He has done a great deal of work at Marvel Comics, as the artist on books like AvX, Avengers, The Ultimates, Ultimate Vision, Ultimate Extinction, Ultimate X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, X-Men, and Uncanny X-Men. Brandon was also VP of Special Projects and Art Director of the now-defunct CrossGen Comics, where he created titles like Mystic and Chimera. He is also a veteran of Top Cow Productions, having worked on Codename: Strykeforce, Cyberforce, Ripclaw, Medieval Spawn/Witchblade, and his own book, Arcanum. His work is recently featured on IDW’s Revolution Heroes and DC Comics’ Trinity.

So here are the details:
When: Sunday April 9. 10-5
Where: BWI Airport Marriott, 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum, MD 20190
How much: FREE!
Free?!? Yes, free! The Baltimore Comic-Con Spring Fling is a thank-you to their fans for helping them grow and making their show into the institution it has become. This one’s just for the fun of it, and they hope we’ll see you there!

Baltimore Comic-Con 2017 First Guests Announced

baltimore-comic-con-2017Wondering what unique gift you can get as a great stocking stuffer? Tickets to the 2017 Baltimore Comic-Con is are on sale through Christmas at a discount rate and will please the comics and pop culture fan in your life! This year’s Baltimore Comic-Con takes place the weekend of September 22-24, 2017 at the Baltimore Convention Center in the Inner Harbor.

Tickets that are now on sale include:

  • Weekend
  • Friday only
  • Saturday only
  • Sunday only
  • VIP*

As always, children 10 and under are free for general admission with a paid adult general admission!

* VIP packages are a separate purchase from General Admission tickets (which will be required to participate in any VIP offerings). VIP ticket holders receive exclusive early admission to all 3 days of the show, as well as a gift package that includes a show t-shirt, the 2017 Baltimore Comic-Con yearbook, and more!

It’s not yet 2017, and the convention has announced their first guests: Jeremy Bastian (Cursed Pirate Girl), Reilly Brown (Slapstick), Mark Buckingham (Everafter: From the Pages of Fables), Dave Bullock (The Rocketeer at War), Jim Calafiore (Surviving Megalopolis), Howard Chaykin (Midnight of the Soul); Frank Cho (Skybourne), Steve Conley (The Middle Age), Amanda Conner (Harley Quinn), Todd Dezago (The Perhapanauts), David Finch (Batman), Meredith Finch (Catwoman: Election Night), Ramona Fradon (Convergence: Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman), Michael Golden (Doctor Strange), Scott Hanna (Wonder Woman), Dean Haspiel (Dark Horse Presents), Klaus Janson (Dark Knight III: The Master Race), Kazu Kibuishi (Harry Potter covers), Matt Kindt (Ninjak), Sharlene Kindt (Dept. H), Tom King (Batman), Barry Kitson (Avengers), Hope Larson (Batgirl), David Marquez (Civil War II), Mike McKone (Old Man Logan), Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Mark Morales (Deathstroke), Greg Pak (The Totally Awesome Hulk), Jimmy Palmiotti (Harley Quinn), Paul Pelletier (Cyborg), David Petersen (Mouse Guard), Brandon Peterson (Revolution), Tom Raney (Invincible Iron Man), Don Rosa (Donald Duck), Craig Rousseau (The Perhapanauts), Andy Runton (Owly), Julie Fujii Sakai (Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz); Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo); Stuart Sayger (Krampus: Shadow of Saint Nicholas), Louise Simonson (Faith); Walter Simonson (Ragnarok); Rob Stull (Executive Assistant: Orchid), Peter Tomasi (Superman), Billy Tucci (Shi), James Tynion IV (Detective Comics), Ethan Van Sciver (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps), Mark Waid (Avengers), Renee Witterstaetter (Joe Jusko: Maelstrom), and Rich Woodall (Kyrra: Alien Jungle Girl).

The Harvey Awards and Baltimore Comic Con Part Ways (Updated)

the-harvey-awardsToday is a weird day for announcements. Baltimore Comic Con sent out a press release saying “goodbye” to the Harvey Awards. The awards ceremony started in 1988, the awards had been held at the convention since 2005. But, it doesn’t look like that is the case in 2017. The reasons aren’t clear and so far no one has spoken as to why.

The awards ceremony started in 1988, the awards had been held at the convention since 2005. But, it doesn’t look like that is the case in 2017. The reasons aren’t clear and so far no one has spoken as to why.

The ceremony had previously been held at Chicago Comicon, Dallas Fantasy Fair, WonderCon, Pittsburgh Comicon, MoCCA Festival and for ten years Baltimore, their longest run at any location.

In the press release sent by Baltimore Comic Con, they said:

The Baltimore Comic-Con is proud to have served as the host the Harvey Awards. During our eleven years as the longest-running host and primary sponsor, the awards grew in participation and stature, and were broadened to include appreciation of material such as Best Online Comics Work and Best Original Graphic Publication For Younger Readers.

We’re thankful to the Harvey Awards Committee, headed by Paul McSpadden, for bringing the awards to Baltimore, and the guidance and assistance of Denis Kitchen and Nellie Kurtzman for recognizing that the Baltimore Comic-Con was the right home for the awards. We’d also like to thank the award’s hosts over the years, including Kyle Baker, Scott Kurtz, Phil Lamar, Vivek J. Tiwary, Michael Uslan, and Bill Willingham, as well as the many keynote speakers including Sergio Aragones, Brian Michael Bendis, Dean Haspiel, Ross Richie, Jerry Robinson, and Gail Simone, and Mark Waid. We must also thank the countless sponsors, volunteers, presenters, nominees, winners, and voting members of the comics community.

We are proud to have presented to Harvey Awards ceremony attendees such memorable moments as Stan Lee and John Romita Sr. sharing the stage together, the tribute to Nick Cardy, and the various hilarious videos (including ones with the real Stan Lee and the fake one!) that became recurring features of the event. We wish the event continued luck in the future in their new venue, which we expect to be announced by the Harvey Awards Committee in the coming days.

The Baltimore Comic-Con is a celebration of comic books and cartooning and as such, we owe a great debt to Harvey Kurtzman. Hosting the Harvey Awards was, to us, an expression of our love for Harvey’s work and a celebration of the creators who follow in his footsteps.

We’ll update when we find out more about the reason for the split and if the Harvey Awards will even happen next year, though expect it to wind up at another show.

Updated: It’s been reported that ReedPop, the company behind New York Comic Con and other shows, has purchased the awards show.

Baltimore Comic Con 2016: Chatting Elasticator with writer A.C. Medina

Meet Mikey Mazzagatti, better known as Elasticator. The comic series is the best superhero you probably don’t know about, but should.

Mixing vicious action with a touch of the real world that we can relate to the fun series is a favorite of ours.

We got to chat with writer A.C. Medina at Baltimore Comic Con about the series as we await the sixth and final issue.

Baltimore Comic Con 2016: Fred Van Lente talks Generation Zero

Years ago, the children of the experimental strike team known as Generation Zero were taken from their families by Project Rising Spirit, a private weapons contractor, and raised to be psychic soldiers. After years of taking orders, they have fought for and won their freedom. Now, the world’s most wanted teenagers have pledged to protect each other tooth and claw, while using their extraordinary abilities to right wrongs for a generation without a future… To fight for kids, just like them.

Written by Fred Van Lente, Generation Zero is part of “The Future of Valiant,” an initiative launching all new series featuring a diverse slate of characters.

We got a chance to talk to Van Lente and Baltimore Comic Con about the new series and what we can expect to see.

Baltimore Comic Con 2016 in Photos

Baltimore Comic Con 2016 took place at the Baltimore Convention Center this past weekend September 2 through 4. It still remains one of my favorite conventions of the year and features tons of comic creators that you can approach and actually talk about comics!

Here’s some photos, including some from the Marvel Panel which I had the honor of moderating.

This Year’s Harvey Awards Winners. Image, IDW, and BOOM! win Big!

harvey awards logoComic Professionals came together Saturday night, September 3, 2016 to honor their peers during the presentation of the 2016 Harvey Awards. The banquette featured nominees in more than 20 categories and was hosted by the Baltimore Comic-Con and Cards, Comics & Collectibles.

Named in honor of Harvey Kurtzman, the Harvey Awards recognize outstanding achievement in the field of comics, and is the only industry award both nominated and selected by comic professionals. First awarded in 1988, it is one the industries oldest and most respected awards.

Vivek Tiwary, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fifth Beatle, Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, and founder of multi-platform arts and entertainment company Tiwary Entertainment Group, returned to act as host and Master of Ceremonies for this year’s event.

Big winners of the night included Image Comic’s Saga, IDW Publishing/Top Shelf, and BOOM! Studios.

This year’s winners include:

Best Letterer: John Workman, RAGNAROK, IDW Publishing

Best Colorist: Laura Allred, SILVER SURFER, Marvel Comics

Best Syndicated Strip or Panel: BLOOM COUNTY, Berkeley Breathed, Universal Uclick

Best Online Comics Work: BATTLEPUG, Mike Norton, battlepug.com

Best American Edition of Foreign Material: Tie: TWO BROTHERS, Dark Horse Books and CORTO MALTESE: BEYOND THE WINDY ISLES, IDW Publishing

Best Inker: Klaus Janson, DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE, DC Comics

Best New Series: PAPER GIRLS, Image Comics

Most Promising New Talent: Tom King, THE VISION, Marvel Comics

Special Award for Humor in Comics: Chip Zdarsky, HOWARD THE DUCK, Marvel Comics

Best Original Graphic Publication for Younger Readers: LUMBERJANES, BOOM! Box/BOOM! Studios

Best Graphic Album Previously Published: THE LESS THAN EPIC ADVENTURES OF TJ AND AMAL, Iron Circus Comics

Special Award for Excellence in Presentation: PEANUTS: A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES M. SCHULZ, Scott Newman, KaBOOM!/BOOM! Studios

Best Domestic Reprint Project: CRIMSON VOL. 1, BOOM! Studios

Best Cover Artist: Fiona Staples, SAGA, Image Comics

Best Biographical, Historical, or Journalistic Presentation: MARCH: BOOK TWO, Top Shelf Productions

Best Anthology: PEANUTS: A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES M. SCHULZ, KaBOOM!/BOOM! Studios

Best Graphic Album Original: MARCH: BOOK TWO, Top Shelf Productions

Best Continuing or Limited Series: SAGA, Image Comics

Best Writer: Brian K. Vaughan, SAGA, Image Comics

Best Artist: Fiona Staples, SAGA, Image Comics

Best Cartoonist: Stan Sakai, USAGI YOJIMBO

Best Single Issue or Story: PEANUTS: A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES M. SCHULZ, BOOM! Studios

Harvey Kurtzman Hall of Fame Award: Carl Barks, Al Jaffee

Dick Giordano Humanitarian of the Year Award: Beth Widera

Hero Initiative Lifetime Achievement Award: Joe Giella

Congrats to all of the winners!

The Baltimore Comic-Con will host the Harvey Awards for the eleventh year during the 18th annual show, taking place September 22-24, 2017.

Baltimore Comic-Con Media Guests Announcements and Details

unnamedJoin the 2016 Baltimore Comic-Con at the Baltimore Convention Center the weekend of September 2-4, 2016 for our biggest show yet. Tickets are available now for General Admission, VIP, and the Harvey Awards!

Unfortunately, Candice Patton’s filming schedule has affected her show schedule, and she will be appearing late in the day on Saturday for signatures. Photos, autograph opportunities, and her panel will be held on Sunday. Please look below for details on her schedule.

Sean Astin will attending the show on Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th. His vast body of work includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, starring as Mikey Walsh in The Goonies, and the title character of Rudy. He also voices Raphael on Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Catch his spotlight panel on Saturday, September 3rd at 1:30pm in the 4th floor ballroom.

Hayley AtwellHayley Atwell, who stars as Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger and Marvel’s Agent Carter will attending the show on Sunday. Her spotlight panel is scheduled for Sunday, September 4th at 1pm in the 4th floor ballroom.

Kevin Eastman, 2016 Baltimore Comic-Con Guest of Honor and creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will be with us Friday and Saturday. His spotlight panel occurs on Saturday, September 3rd at 1:30pm in room 339-342.

Kristian Nairn, who is renowned for his role as Hodor in HBO’s Game of Thrones, will be with us Saturday and Sunday. You can see his spotlight panel on Saturday, September 3rd at 12:30pm in the 4th floor ballroom.

Candice PattonCandice Patton plays Iris West on CW’s The Flash, will be at the show Saturday September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th. Due to filming schedules, her schedule will be limited on Saturday to a 2 hour signing from approximately 5pm-7pm. Her spotlight panel will be in the 4th floor ballroom on Sunday, September 4th at 12:00pm.

Michael Rowe, who stars as Floyd Lawton, a.k.a. Deadshot, the leader of the Suicide Squad on The CW’s Arrow, joins the Baltimore Comic-Con in 2016 for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. His spotlight panel will be held on Saturday, September 3rd at 11:30am in the 4th floor ballroom.

Autograph tickets and Media Guest VIP tickets can be purchased until Thursday.

The convention also is now able to provide details on photo opportunities with celebrity guests. A professional photographer will capture your moment with your favorite star! You’ll receive an 8 x 10 photo printed out within minutes of your picture-taking. You may pre-purchase your photo op to avoid lining up to buy at the show.

Photo ops will be provided by Epic Photo Ops. Click here to pre-purchase. Photo ops will be located by the celebrity guests. Schedules and prices can be found online.

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled photo op time.

Sean Astin (TMNT, Lord of the Rings, Saturday and Sunday)
Saturday:
10:15am-1:00pm – Signing
1:30pm-2:15pm – Panel
2:30pm-5:00pm – Signing
5:15pm – Photos
6:00pm-7:00pm – Signing
Sunday:
10:15am-12:00pm – Signing
12:30pm – Photos
2:00pm-5:00pm – Signing

Hayley Atwell (Captain America, Agent Carter, Sunday only)
Sunday
10:00am-12:00pm – Signing
1:00pm-1:45pm – Panel
2:30pm – Photos
3:30pm-5:00pm – Signing

Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Friday and Saturday only)
Friday
2:00pm-5:00pm – Signing
5:30pm – Photos
Saturday
10:00am-12:00pm – Signing
1:30pm-2:30pm – Panel
3pm – Photos
3:30pm-5:30pm – Signing

Kristian Nairn (Game of Thrones, Saturday and Sunday only)
Saturday
10:15am-1:15pm – Signing
12:30pm-1:15pm – Panel
2:30pm-3:45pm – Signing
3:45pm – Photos
4:30pm-6:00pm – Signing
Sunday
10:15am-12:00pm – Signing
1:00pm-2:00pm – Signing
2:00pm – Photos
3:00pm-5:00pm – Signing

Candice Patton (The Flash, Saturday and Sunday only)
Saturday
5:00pm-7:00pm – Signing
Sunday
10:15am-11:45am – Signing
12:00pm – Panel
1:00pm-2:00pm – Photos
2:30pm-3:30pm – Signing
3:30pm-4:00pm – Photos

Michael Rowe (Arrow)
Friday
2:00pm-6:00pm – Signing
6:00pm – Photos
6:15-6:30pm – Signing
Saturday
10:15am-11:30am – Signing
11:30am-12:15pm – Panel
1:30pm-2:15pm – Signing
2:15pm – Photos
2:30pm-6:00pm – Signing
Sunday
10:15am-11:15am – Signing
11:15am – Photos
12:30pm-3:00pm – Signing

unnamed1In addition to the previously listed guests, the show also has a few professional wrestlers exhibiting in the hall.

Sunny, born Tamara Lynn Sytch, began her career as she was to begin her college years, managing Chris Candido in Smoky Mountain Wrestling in Tennessee. Her villainous character soon made the transition to WWE, where she started as a broadcast correspondent, but eventually teamed with Candido again to become The Bodydonnas. Her career in WWE led her to win several Slammies, increase the sale of RAW magazine to record numbers, and be named AOL’s most downloaded woman in the world of 1996. Her career after WWE led her to perform in Extreme Championship Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling.

unnamed2Mickie James began her wrestling career as a valet on the indie circuit in 1990 before honing her own wrestling capabilities and joining NWA-TNA Joining WWE in 2005, James became a Trish Stratus-obsessed fan before going on to win WWE’s Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 22. She returned to NWA-TNA in 2010, winning the TNA Knockout Championship 3 times. Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked James as the number one female wrestler in 2009, and she was also voted Woman of the Year twice, first in 2009 and again in 2011 by readers of PWI magazine.

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