B Woodward says Comic Con is for everyone who likes fun things, coming to the Victoria Conference Centre and Crystal Garden March 22-24. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Cap City Comic Con is back with celebrity meet and greets

March 22 - 24 at the Victoria Conference Centre and Crystal Garden

The second Capital City Comic Con is back in Victoria March 22 – 24 and you won’t want to miss out.

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“Has anybody ever watched a movie? Has anybody ever read a book? There’s all kinds of fun things that will be there for all kinds of people,” said B Woodward, owner of Cherry Bomb Toys. “You can see medieval role play displays to anybody who’s into Lego, basically it’s for anybody who’s into any type of fun thing.”

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The event includes a number of pop culture centered events such as panels, epic photo-ops and celebrity meet and greets. Celebrities will be in attendance such as Don Fogler, Skeet Ulrich and Malcolm McDowell.

Capital City Comic Con runs March 22 to 24, Friday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Victoria Conference Centre and Crystal Garden.

Find tickets online at capitalcitycomiccon.ca/tickets.



kendra.crighton@blackpress.ca

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