What We Know About Wizard World Comic Con 2018, So Far


As seen at Wizard World Comic Con 2017. - EMANUEL WALLACE PHOTO
  • Emanuel Wallace Photo
  • As seen at Wizard World Comic Con 2017.
Get your costumes ready. Cleveland's own Wizard World Comic Con is back at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland from March 2 through 4. The traveling event returns to the Land for the fourth time to celebrate all comic book-related things along with fantasy and science fiction culture.

This year, the celebrities on hand to help in the festivities should highly excite fans. The big names coming through, include:
Jason Momoa - Game of Thrones, Aquaman
Joe Flanigan - Stargate: Atlantis
John Barrowman - Arrow, Doctor Who
Matt Ryan- Constantine, Assassin's Creed: Blag Flag
Michael Rosenbaum - Smallville
James Marsters - Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Jon Heder - Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory
Nichelle Nichols - Star Trek
Gareth David Lloyd - Torchwood, Dragon Age: Inquisition
Holly Marie Combs - Charmed, Picket Fences, Pretty Little Liars
Thomas Ian Nicholas - Rookie of the Year, American Pie

Of course, comic book authors and editors like Batman's James O'Barr and Aquaman's Martin Egeland will also be on hand to meet and greet fans (it is a comic convention, after all). Panel discussions will also run throughout the weekend for free. More celebrities and writers alike are set to be added to the lineup soon.

As always, fans are highly encouraged to dress up as their favorite characters, for better or worse. Take a look at our favorite costumes from last year right here.

A Wizard World Comic Con 2018 weekend pass will run you $86. And you can pay up to $384 to meet Jason Momoa. See all pricing options right here.

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