This year marks the 10th anniversary of New York Comic Con!
From October 8-11, television, movie, and comic fans will descend on the Javits Center in NYC for the four-day event, hosted by ReedPop.
Last year, an estimated 151,000 turned out and the number keeps growing as the event gets bigger ever year.
For the first time, NYCC will be expanded to host some panels and screening in the Hammerstein Ballroom and even Madison Square Garden.
From “The Walking Dead” to “Daredevil” keep scrolling to see the biggest events we can’t wait to see.
This will be the panel everyone is raving about Thursday.
Kit Harington won't be there (no surprise there since the entire fandom is on constant hairwatch), but we will see Finn Jones (Ser Loras Tyrell), Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), and Keisha Castle-Hughes (Obara Sand).
This is the panel any definitive Batman fan will want to head to. 14 years after 2001's three-issue 'The Dark Knight Strikes Again), Frank Miller is returning to bring us one more Batman story: 'The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.' Miller is writing the 8-issue comic alongside Batman comic book writer Brian Azzarello.
Azzarello and artists Klaus Janson, Andy Kubert, and Jim Lee will be there. Surprise guests are also expected.
When: Friday, 10/9 at 6:30 pm
Typically, 'The Walking Dead' is the must-see panel of Saturday at NYCC with fans lining up to see the stars of the show in person. This year, AMC is moving the panel to Madison Square Garden Friday evening, and you'll need a ticket -- not just a NYCC pass -- in order to attend. The majority of tickets were given out late August while others were given out in a fan sweepstakes.
This will definitely be the hottest ticket in town. Not only will fans get to see the season 6 premiere two days early, but there will also be a panel with the cast and crew after the premiere.
'The Walking Dead' isn't creator Robert Kirkman's only TV show. Cinemax will premiere the adaptation of next comic, Outcast, a supernatural horror story which follows a man possessed.
Kirkman himself will be there along with executive producer Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit ('Gone Girl').
The Joss Whedon favourite was canceled after just one season, but it's impact has been huge. Since then, the space western has gained status as a cult favourite and led to 2005 movie, 'Serenity.' 10 years later, Zoë Washburne, Jewel Staite, and Nathan Fillion himself will be gathering to talk to their Browncoat fandom.
Starz will show off the TV adaptation of the cult favourite 'Evil Dead' franchise.
Original director Sam Raimi and star Bruce Campbell will be on hand to discuss the new series, premiering October 31, along with cast members Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, and Dana DeLorenzo.
Over 13 years later, Fox is bringing back the hit show for a limited six-episode series with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as FBI agents Mulder and Scully. While Gillian Anderson won't be in attendance, Duchovney will be there with creator Chris Carter for a Q&A session and to premiere the first new episode of the show.
After numerous teasers from Netflix, we'll finally get our first good look at the site's next original Marvel series. The entire cast is expected to be on hand ranging from Krysten Ritter, who plays the titular Jessica Jones, and fan favourite David Tennant ('Doctor Who').
Marvel's head of television, Jeph Loeb, will also be revisiting season one of 'Daredevil.' Maybe we'll get a sneak peek at season two?
Whovians unite! Not only will 'Doctor Who' writer Toby Whithouse be on hand for a Q&A, but BBC America will also premiere the next episode of 'Doctor Who' before it airs on TV later in the evening.
This is a long four-hour panel, but if you're a fan of DC Comics, it should be well worth it. The casts of 'Gotham,' 'Supergirl,' and 'Arrow' spinoff 'Legends of Tomorrow' will be there.
In addition, WB TV shows 'Blindspot' and 'Person of Interest' will also be highlighted.
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