Where: 700 14th St, Denver
When: June 17-19
Tickets: Click here for more information on Denver Comic Con and tickets.

Put down your Twitter accounts, Facebooks and all those other social medias (not just yet, though), because you don’t have to do your celebrity stalking through a screen anymore — Denver is bringing it right to your backdoor (hypothetically speaking). Denver Comic Con ’16, an organization that prides itself on “bringing together the diverse people and interests of our community regardless of age, race, gender or background” is coming back for another epic, all-inclusive convention and is bringing your favorite actors and actresses with it. From the stars of Lord of the Rings and Gotham to Vampire Diaries and Game of Thrones, you will have the chance to meet and greet with the best, and it’s all happening right at Denver’s own Colorado Convention Center. So without further ado, 303 Magazine is here to provide the low down on who will be in town this year, here is:

 

Who to See at Denver Comic Con ’16

Lena Headey

Courtesy of Lena Headey Official Fan Page Facebook

Courtesy of Lena Headey Official Fan Page Facebook

Best known for her role as “Cersei Lannister” on HBO’s Game of Thrones (you know the one), as well as her role in 300 as “Queen Gorgo” and “Jocelyn” in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. 

Stan Lee

Courtesy of IMDB

Courtesy of IMDb

The creator of the Marvel Universe… enough said.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan

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Courtesy of Jeffrey Dean Morgan IMDB

Best known for his roles in The Walking Dead, Watchmen, Supernatural, Batman v Superman and Grey’s Anatomy.

Brent Spiner

Courtesy of Brent Spiner IMDB

Courtesy of Brent Spiner IMDB

Best known for his role as the android “Data” in Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as “Dr. Brakish Okun” in Independence Day and Independence Day: Resurgence, which will be spiraling into theaters soon.

Jenna Coleman

Courtesy of Jenna-Louise Coleman Online Facebook

Courtesy of Jenna-Louise Coleman Online Facebook

Best known for her role in Doctor Who and in Death Comes to Pemberley. She is will soon be seen in the film Me Before You, set for a worldwide release this June and is currently filming a much-anticipated ITV drama called Victoria.

Camren Bicondova

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Courtesy of Camren Bicondova Facebook

Best known for her role as “young Selina Kyle/ Catwoman” on Fox series Gotham.

Cary Elwes

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Courtesy of Cary Elwes Ultimate Fan Page Facebook

Best known for his role as “Westley” in The Princess Bride, “Robin Hood” in Robin Hood: Men in Tights and… who am I kidding? I got you at The Princess Bride….

Katee Sackhoff

Courtesy of Katee Sackhoff Facebook

Courtesy of Katee Sackhoff Facebook

best known for her role as “Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace” from Battlestar Galactica, also for many other roles such as, Riddick, 24, The Big Bang Theory, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and “Victoria Moretti” in Longmire.

John Rhys-Davies

Courtesy of IMDB

Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his work on Lord of the Rings as “Gimli” and as “Sallah” on Indiana Jones, among many other hit TV shows and films.

Karl Urban

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Courtesy of Karl Urban Facebook

Best known for his role as “Eomer” in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, his role as “Vaako” in Riddick, “Dr. McCoy” in the reboot of Star Trek and as “Judge Dredd” in another reboot, Dredd.

Ian Somerhalder

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Courtesy of Ian Somerhalder Official Facebook

Best known for his role as “Damon Salvatore” on hit TV series, Vampire Diaries, “Boone Carlyle” in Lost and “Adam Knight” in Smallville.

Paul Wesley

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Courtesy of Paul Wesley Official Facebook

Best known for his role as “Stefan Salvatore” in Vampire Diaries.

John de Lancie

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Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his roles in a variety of hit films and TV shows such as Breaking Bad, The Mentalist, Reign Over Me, Gamer and as “Q” in the Stark Trek television series.

Manu Bennett

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Courtesy of Manu Bennett Facebook

Best known for his roles as “Azog the Defiler” in The Hobbit films, “Slade Wilson/ Deathstroke” in Arrow and “Allanon” in the MTV series The Shannara Chronicles.

Hayley Atwell

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Courtesy of Hayley Atwell Facebook

Best known for her role as “Agent Peggy Carter” in Marvel’s Agent Carter and Captain America: First Avenger.

 Sean Pertwee

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Courtesy of Sean Pertwee Facebook

Best known for his role as “Alfred Pennyworth” on Gotham.

David Mazouz

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Courtesy of David Mazouz Facebook

Best known for playing “young Bruce Wayne” in FOX TV series, Gotham.

Garrett Wang

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Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his role as “Ensign Harry Kim” on Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001).

Manu Intiraymi

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Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his role as “Icheb” in Star Trek: Voyager, he also produces in part of Intiraymi Films on works such as Benjamin Troubles and 5th Passenger.

 C. Thomas Howell

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Courtesy of C. Thomas Howell Friends and Fans Facebook

Best known for his array of hit films and TV shows such as, The Outsiders, Red Dawn, Gettysburg, Hidalgo, The Amazing Spider Man, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial and Southland.

The Hillywood Show

Courtesy of The Hillywood Show Facebook

Courtesy of The Hillywood Show Facebook

Hilly and Hannah Hindi, internet celebrities, sisters and creators of famously recognized parody, The Hillywood Show.

Martin Kove

Courtesy of Martin Cove Facebook

Courtesy of Martin Cove Facebook

Best known for his role of the “Karate sensei John Kreese” in the Karate Kid series, as well as for his work on Rambo: First Blood Part II and beloved TV series, Cagney & Lacey.

Ralph Macchio

Courtesy of Ralph Macchio Facebook

Courtesy of Ralph Macchio Facebook

Best known for his roles as “Daniel LaRusso” in the Karate Kid, “Eugene Martone” in Crossroads, “Billy Gambini” in My Cousin Vinny and “Johnny Cade” in The Outsiders.

William Zabka

Courtesy of IMDb

Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his role as “Johnny Lawrence” in The Karate Kid… It looks like Comic Con may just turn into a Karate Kid convention….

Todd Haberkorn

Courtesy of Todd Haberkorn Facebook

Courtesy of Todd Haberkorn Facebook

An anime voice actor best known for his work on Fairy Tail as “Natsu Dragneel,” xxxHolic as “Kimihiro Watanuki,” Suzuka as “Yamato Akitsuki,” Hetalia as “Italy” and Rosario + Vampire as “Tsukune Aono.”

Alex Kingston

Courtesy of Alex Kingston Facebook

Courtesy of Alex Kingston Facebook

Best known for her work on ER, Like Crazy, Doctor Who and The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders.

Clare Kramer

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Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for her role as “Glory” in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as well as her work in other films such as, Film Pigs, Bring It On and The Rules of Attraction.

Clark Gregg

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Courtesy of IMDb

Best known for his role as “Phil Coulson” in Marvel creations like Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, The Avengers and TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 

John Barrowman

Courtesy of IMDb

Courtesy of IMDb

Best known as “Malcolm Merlyn” in The CW’s “Arrow,” as well as his role as “Captain Jack Harkness” in the BBC science fiction dramas, Doctor Who and Torchwood.

Vic Mignogna

Courtesy of IMDb

Courtesy of IMDb

World renowned anime voice actor known for his work as “Edward Elric” in Fullmetal Alchemist, as well as other anime series such as, Naruto, Bleach and Attack on Titan.

There is someone for everyone at this summer’s Denver Comic Con, so queue up at Celebrity Summit and do some real-life, celebrity stalking ( We don’t mean literal stalking… In reality just show up and say “hi”).

 

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