Friday, Saturday, Sunday August 8 - 10, 2014  |  World Seaport Trade Center  |  200 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA



Just Announced: Sam Witwer
of "Being Human"!
Boston Comic Con welcomes actor Sam Witwer to our 2014 show! Sam stars as the vampire Aidan Waite on Syfy's original supernatural series Being Human. A remake of the original BBC show, this version is set right here in Boston, and Sam's character has a long, long history with the city.

Additionally, Star Wars fans will recognize Sam as the voice of Starkiller from The Force Unleashed video games, and Darth Maul on The Clone Wars. He has also appeared in recurring roles on several genre shows including Battlestar Galactica, Dexter, Smallville, and a cameo as the zombie in the tank in the very first episode of The Walking Dead.

Coming to Boston: Jewel Staite!
Jewel Staite is best known for playing Kaylee Frye, the ship's cheerful mechanic, on Joss Whedon's beloved space western series Firefly. Jewel made her feature film debut reprising the role in 2005's Serenity.

Since then she has gone on to portray Dr. Jennifer Keller on Syfy's Stargate: Atlantis alongside fellow Boston Comic Con guest Jason Momoa. Jewel has also held roles on series including The Killing, State of Syn, Animism, The L.A. Complex, and Space Cases. She has also made appearances on several genre shows like Supernatural, The X-Files, and Warehouse 13.

Meet Jason Momoa of "Game of Thrones"!
Boston Comic Con is thrilled to welcome actor Jason Momoa to our 2014 convention! Best known as Khal Drogo, the Dothraki warlord from HBO's megahit Games of Thrones, Jason is no stranger to genre fiction, having starred on Stargate: Atlantis for several seasons. He played the title role of Conan the Barbarian in the latest feature film adaptation of the swords and sorcery classic. Recently, the internet has been abuzz with speculation of which DC character Jason will portray in the Superman vs. Batman movie, following announcement of his being cast.

Currently he plays the lead character on the crime drama Red Road which premieres in February 2014 on the Sundance Channel.

  • Friday 8/8: 2pm-8pm
  • Saturday 8/9: 10am-7pm
  • Sunday 8/10: 10am-6pm

Eve Myles of "Torchwood" to Appear at Boston Comic Con!
Eve Myles is best known for her role as Gwen Cooper on the BBC series Torchwood. After impressing the writers with a guest appearance in the Doctor Who episode “The Unquiet Dead,” Eve was cast as the lead female in the spinoff show.

She is well-known in her native Wales for the long-running series Belonging. Eve also has appeared in a number of theatrical productions and has acted with the National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company. A versatile actress, Eve has appeared in several radio plays, voiced a video game character in Dragon Age 2, and played a witch on an episode of Merlin. Her latest work is playing the title role in the BBC drama Frankie.

Coming to the 2014 BCC: James Marsters!
American actor, singer and songwriter James Marsters first found international fame playing punk-goth Brit vampire Spike in the critically acclaimed American TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the equally popular spin-off Angel.

Film roles include Dragon Ball, P.S. I Love You, Cool Money, Shadow Puppets, Winding Roads, The House On Haunted Hill, and Chance with Buffy co-star Amber Benson.

The Californian actor has also played Brainiac in Smallville, and is currently filming CBS’s Hawaii Five-O. James’s voiceover talents can be found portraying Lex Luthor on the DVD release of Superman: Doomsday, and he continues to read for the very popular Dresden Files books on tape series.

How much are autographs?
Celebrity autographs are on a first come, first serve basis and price will be set at the celebrity’s discretion, generally speaking they cost in the range of $30 to $40. In other words, if you wish to purchase an autograph from a celebrity you will have to wait in line.
  • Will [insert guest name here] be appearing all three days?
    All guests are scheduled to appear all three days of the convention unless noted otherwise on the website.
  • Will there be photo opportunities?
    Some celebrities will also offer photo opportunities. There may be two types of "photo ops" available: 1) taking a photo with the celebrity with your own camera at the autograph table for a to be determined fee, and 2) a scheduled 8 x 10 photo with the celebrity taken by a professional and printed out on-site, for which advanced tickets will be sold 30 to 60 days before the show. Again, these are will be conducted and priced at the guest's discretion.
  • Will there be VIP events with the celebrity guests?
    There may also be some VIP events with certain celebrities for which advanced tickets will be sold online 30 to 60 days before the show. As we get closer to the show, we will announce further details in regards to signings, photo ops, and VIP events.





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