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Here’s a friendly reminder that come this Saturday Dallas Comic Con will be your one stop shop for all things geek speak.

Featured guests will include:

The very first US autograph appearance of Twilight New Moon’s biggest baddie, 6’ 8” tall Daniel Cudmore

TV’s Batman star and Mayor of Quahog Adam West

Actor Alan Harris, aka Bossk the bounty hunter, who had roles in all three original trilogy Star Wars movies

Tickets are available starting at $10 for daily, individual general admission to full all access weekend passes at $75 -  children 5 and under are free with an adult paid admission.

 

Gratuitous Molotov Cocktease Photo

Gratuitous Molotov Cocktease Photo

Comic guests include, but are so NOT limited to:

Our pal and local David HopkinsWE LOVE YOU DAVID – creator and mastermind behind We’ve Never Met, Astronaut Dad, Antigone, Emily Edison and Karma Incorporated.

Pflugerville, Texan, Matt Sturges, the scribe behind House Of Mystery, Jack of Fables, Fables, Blue Beetle and more.

And people, if you insist on dressing up, dress up as something blatantly pop culturish or better yet, if you’re a gal and totally, smokin’ hawt, dress up as Venture Bros. Doctor Girlfriend, ‘scuse me, Dr. Mrs. The Monarch or Molotov Cocktease. I’m tired of seeing these wild-west/sci-fi/steampunk costumes people are wearing  just because they know they can get away with it.

Find the full schedule of 2010 Dallas Comic Con events here!

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Just a friendly reminder that this weekend is the Dallas Comic Con (in Richardson)! The Con will run on Saturday from 11am-6pm and Sunday 12noon-4pm. Tickets are available at the show for $10, children 12 and under are free. 2-day Speed-passes are also available which would get you into both days and first access to the actors and into the Q&A room for $20.

Comic guests include: J Scott Campbell- creator and artist for Danger Girl and artist for Gen 13 along with Steve Niles- creator and writer of 30 Days of Night and many more. Other guests include: Barry Bostwick- The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Spin City, Law & Order: SVU –  plus many more.

Get out there early to get your tickets and meet some of your comic industry favorites and have Dean Stockwell sign your copy of Blue Velvet (or Quantum Leap season 3). And, if you insist on dressing up, dress up as something blatantly pop culturish. I’m tired of seeing these costumes of wild-west/sci-fi people are wearing  just because they know they can get away with it. Also in DCC related news, David Hopkins (writer of Karma Inc, Emily Edison and also a DCC guest this year) gives his guide to a happy convention experience – a must read for anyone thinking of attending.

The schedule from Mark Walters, DCC Manager, is:

Saturday
10:00am – Speedpass tickets go on sale, followed by General Admission.

10:30am – Speedpass holders are allowed into the front hall.

11:00am – General Admission allowed in; dealer room and autograph area opens (Speedpass gets priority line placement).

12:15pm – Yancy Butler Q&A: the WITCHBLADE star talks about her numerous film and TV credits, and takes questions from the fans.

1:00pm – Marvel Masters Q&A: Paul Smith, J. Scott Campbell, and Brandon Peterson, Mitch Breitweiser, and Michael Lark discuss their contributions to the Marvel Universe, and what lies ahead on their work schedules.

2:00pm – Bill and Steve Q&A: Bill Sienkiewicz and Steve Niles talk about their masterful work in the comics industry, and what’s on the horizon in this informative panel.

3:00pm – Rene Auberjonois Q&A: the talented actor talks about his work on everything from STAR TREK to BOSTON LEGAL.

4:00pm – The Dallas Comic Con Silent Art Auction: bid on exciting original art, rare toys, autographs, and posters (approx 30 mins).

6:00pm – The show closes for the day.

Sunday
11:30am – Tickets for Sunday go on sale.

11:45am – Speedpass holders are allowed into the front hall.

12:00pm – General Admission allowed in, dealer room and autograph area opens (Speedpass gets priority line placement).

1:00pm – Barry Bostwick Q&A: the diversified actor recounts his memories from ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, MEGA FORCE, SPIN CITY, and more in this sure to be memorable panel.

2:00pm – Dean Stockwell Q&A: DUNE, BLUE VELVET, QUANTUM LEAP… he’s done it all, and here’s your chance to ask him how.

4:00pm – The DALLAS COMIC CON XIII is officially closed

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April 18-19: Sci-Fi Expo Richardson Civic Center, Richardson, TX
Special Guests include Michael Hogan from Battlestar Galactica, Bill Mumy from Lost In Space, and Joanna Cassidy from Blade runner.

Mark your calendars friends, Sci Fi Expos are coming to town!

August 15-16: Dallas Comic Con Richardson Civic Center, Richardson, TX
Too soon to know who will be at this expo

October 24-25: STAR WARS Fan Days III Plano Center, Plano, TX
All things Star Wars! Expect just about everyone involved with Star Wars who is either not named Lucas or has no more than two lines spoken by themselves in the final cut. (I feel sorta bad for Ray Park and David Prowse, but those accents just aren’t that Menacing for your rolls)

UPDATE:
Also, special announcement!

Zeus Comics has some passes for a screening of the new Star Trek movie on April 21st! Well, they did, the promoter just called and the screening has been cancelled. Damn it!