Legendary actor Malcolm McDowell, made famous in his role in A Clockwork Orange but seen here in a later role in Star Trek Generations, is a special guest at this year’s Capital City Comic Con, March 22-24 at the Victoria Conference Centre.

Get your fantasy fix: Comicon Victoria returns

Malcolm McDowell among special guests for this annual celebration of all things pop culture

It’s time to proudly let your nerd flag fly at the Capital City Comic Con, which descends upon the Victoria Conference Centre and Crystal Garden from March 22 to 24.

All things pop culture will be celebrated at the Comic Con, which will feature attractions, demos, features, guests and more.

No matter what galaxy you’re guarding, there’s room for you at the annual Capital City Comic Con. Facebook

One of the highlights this year will be a guest appearance from actor Malcolm McDowell, who will have a booth at the Crystal Garden on the Saturday and Sunday. Best known for his leading role in A Clockwork Orange, McDowell earned further pop culture cred with his roles in Star Trek Generations and the two Rob Zombie Halloween remakes.

Also appearing will be Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Marina Sirtis, Star Trek: Voyager actor Garrett Wang and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Jake “The Snake” Roberts.

Attractions will include a used.ca Chill and Charge Lounge, the Curse of the Blood Ruby puzzle room, performances from the Geekenders Theatrical Nerdlesque troupe, cosplay repair stations and appearances from groups such as the 501st Legion, Ghostbusters of BC and Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club.

The Cosplay Contest will also hand out awards to the best dressed in a variety of categories including novice, master and closet cosplay, where the costume has to have been put together using items already owned.

More information and tickets are available at capitalcitycomiccon.ca.



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