Sam Raimi, Peter Weller, Sean Astin, Christopher Lloyd, Stephen Amell, Katee Sackhoff Bring Popular Fandoms to Pennsylvania Convention Center

When fans talk about how FAN EXPO brings together many genres from their favorite franchises across the decades, they can use the FAN EXPO Philadelphia lineup as a prime example. The celebrities attending are a who’s-who across several decades and many fandoms, including icon Michael J. Fox, his Back to the Future costars Christopher Lloyd and Tom WilsonJoseph Quinn and Grace Van Dien (“Stranger Things”), Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead, Spider-Man), Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings, Rudy), Vincent D’Onofrio (“Daredevil,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”), Henry Winkler (“Happy Days,” “Barry”) and many others. They are part of a growing, standout roster appearing June 2-4 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Other hugely popular guests at the event include Stephen Amell (“Arrow”); Charlie Cox (“Daredevil”); Tom Welling, Kristen Kreuk and Michael Rosenbaum (“Smallville”); Giancarlo Esposito (“Mandalorian”); Hayden Christensen (Star Wars franchise); Steve Burns (“Blues Clues”); Peter Weller (Robocop, Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension); Katee Sackhoff (“The Mandalorian,” “Battlestar Galactica”); Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale, The Usual Suspects); and Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter) and Emily Bett Rickards (“Arrow,” “The Flash”).

Voice acting talent will also be abundant: stars of animated classics like Tara Strong (“Teen Titans,” “Batman: Arkham City”), Jodi Benson (“The Little Mermaid,” “Toy Story 3”), Kathleen Herles (“Dora the Explorer,” “Go, Diego! Go!”), Dante Basco (“Avatar: The Last Airbender,” “American Dragon: Jake Long”), Peter Cullen (“Transformers,” “Winnie the Pooh”) and Shameik Moore (“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”) to gaming favorites like David Hayter (“Metal Gear Solid,” “Star Wars: The Old Republic”), Dameon Clarke (“Borderlands,” “Dragon Ball Z”) and Xander Mobus (“Persona,” “Lego Star Wars”).

Favorite anime franchises are on board as well: Josh Grelle (“My Hero Academia,” “Date a Live,” “Attack on Titan”); Elizabeth Maxwell (“My Hero Academia,” “Fruits Basket,” “RWBY”); Jason Liebrecht (“My Hero Academia,” “Fire Force,” “Dragon Ball Super”); Christopher Sabat (“My Hero Academia,” “Dragon Ball Z,” “Black Clover”); Natalie Van Sistine (“Spy x Family,” “Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury,” “Mieruko-chan”); Megan Shipman (“Spy x Family,” “Isekai Quartet,” “Overlord”); Alex Organ (“Spy x Family,” “Fairy Tail,” “High School D&D”); Zach Aguilar (“Demon Slayer,” “Genshin Impact”); and Maile Flanagan (“Naruto,” “Senko,” “Boruto”).

Additionally, some of the world’s most talented creators will populate Artist Alley. Among those are boldface names like Joe Quesada (former CCO, Marvel Entertainment), Jim Shooter (“Marvel Comics Secret Wars,” former Editor-in-Chief, Marvel Comics), Dan Slott (“Spider-Man,” “Fantastic Four”), Frank Cho (“Spider-Man,” “The Mighty Avengers”), J.G. Jones (“Wanted,” “Black Widow”), Tony Harris (“Starman,” “Star Wars”), Tim Jacobus (“Goosebumps”), Mike Hawthorne (“Batman”, “Deadpool”), Mike McKone (“Teen Titans,” “Fantastic Four”), Jim Calafiore (“Exiles,” “X-Men”), Jeremy Adams (“The Flash,” “Green Lantern”), Chris Campana (“TMNT,” “Parker Reef”), Joe Corroney (“Star Wars,” Lucasfilm), Joe Wos (“Wostoons,” “Charlie the Tuna”) and many others

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