MEET YOUR FAVOURITE STARS!
We’re excited to welcome entertainment, creators and cosplay celebrity guests to Capital City Comic Con 2022! Stay tuned for additional guest announcements.
CAPTURE THE MOMENT
This is your moment. You and your favorite celebrity in a photo together and it has to be great! Capture it forever with Epic Photo Ops! They make sure you get an amazing photo every time. They have all the best technology, but they also have that personal touch. Each photo is reviewed by a human being to check for blinks and make sure that the crop is just right.
We will announce Photo Ops as soon as they are available!
Recently a fan favorite on Ray Donovan and The Walking Dead, Denise Crosby joined the cast of Suits for its final season on USA Networks.
Denise Crosby is well known for playing the role of Lt. Tasha Yar on one of the most popular TV series ever, Star Trek, The Next Generation. She later returned to play Tasha’s daughter Sela, a role she helped create. Star Trek fans were thrilled recently by her addition to the Star Trek MMPORG.
Denise co-starred alongside Fisher Stevens and Jennifer Tilly in the Fox series Key West and has played recurring roles on Southland, Mad Men, NYPD Blue, The X-Files, and Lois and Clark: The Adventures of Superman. She has guest starred in numerous TV series, most recently on How to Get Away With Murder, The Magicians, Scandal and Creepshow.
She co-starred in Stephen King’s classic film, Pet Sematary. Denise made her film debut in 48 Hours and went on to work with Blake Edwards in The Man Who Loved Women and Skin Deep with the late John Ritter. She teamed up with Quentin Tarentino in Jackie Brown and Mimi Leder in Deep Impact. Denise has worked in indie films such as the Sundance Film Festival Winner Miracle Mile and The Red Shoe Diaries directed by Zalman King.
Denise is also the Producer and Host of the feature documentary Trekkies released by Paramount Pictures. The film reteams her with director Roger Nygard who directed her in the indie comedy High Strung, written by comedian Steve Oedekerk. They also worked together on the sequel, Trekkies 2. Denise currently resides in L.A. with her husband, writer Ken Sylk, their son, Augie, and a very sweet Pit Bull rescue.
Days at Convention: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Jim “Hacksaw” Duggan
Marching into the ring with a 2×4 slung over his shoulder for more than two decades, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan defended America’s honor and enjoyed distinction as one of the most recognizable Superstars in the world.
When the New York native joined Mid-South Wrestling in 1982, he began to develop the personality traits that fans love him for today. After battling Butch Reed for the rights to the nickname “Hacksaw,” Duggan began carrying a 2×4 to the ring. The big man’s block of wood became an iconic part of his persona, but its beginnings were practical. With fans being extremely overzealous and often dangerous at the time, Duggan’s mentor, Bruiser Brody, suggested he lug a weapon to the ring to protect himself. “Hacksaw” grabbed a 2×4 and the rest is history. The 2×4 would be firmly in Duggan’s grasp when he joined WWE in 1987.
Days at Convention: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Sun Khamunaki is a Canadian comic book creator. She is known for her comic book covers with publishers such as Coffin Comics, Zenescope, DC, Dynamite, Image and various up and coming indie publishers. Her work has portrayed popular characters such as DC’s Wonder Woman, Dynamite’s Vampirella and Zenescope’s Van Helsing. Sun is also the creator/ interior artist of Ormus and the founder of Obscura Comics.
Kavita Maharaj is a prolific fine artist who has become internationally known for her Spock Painting Series, based upon Star Trek™ – The Original Series (TOS). Her pieces are officially licensed by Paramount as Star Trek™ Collector items and can be found in a variety of countries across the globe (Canada, the US, Australia, Finland, Scotland, England, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, and Trinidad and Tobago… to name a few).
Several of Kavita’s pieces have been personally requested by William Shatner for his own collection and his charity. She has also created pieces in collaboration with Trek legend Nichelle Nichols which have also become part of Nichelle’s personal collection. Kavita has also collaborated with the family of Leonard Nimoy to further the late legend’s legacy and charitable work.
Former Director of Concept Art for Bioware, John has lived and worked in Vancouver as an entertainment illustrator since 2008. Freshly wrapped from The BOYS 53, The Expanse sb and Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, John also launched his own comic cover variant imprint over lockdown. This proud papa enjoys spending downtime with his family and friends, devouring high culture and lowbrow kitsch and drawing and designing whatever the hell he wants.
Julien Pilon is a Vancouver Island based cartoonist. Having started his comic career with the Monsterella Anthology Series (Hangman Comics), he is now working with Comic House (Captain Canuck) on various titles, both as a cover artist, as well as providing story art for upcoming titles; such as Young Robin Hood.
Having worked with Comic House for about a year, Julien’s highlight has been getting to create a variant cover for the upcoming crossover series: Equilibrium. “This is a series where all Comic House heroes crossover into one awesome book! Getting to draw almost the entire gallery of heroes in one image was something really special.” says Julien.
MeltingMirror is a Canadian cosplayer and an International Costuming Guild master-level cosplayer who has been creating costumes since 2004. She is a fan of variety, choosing characters from different media (anime, gaming, comics, movies, & original designs) and taking on many different skills including armor making, leatherwork, wig styling, woodworking, beading, and more. When she isn’t competing in
masquerades, she is judging them, and running panels at conventions. Her work has been published in magazines such as COSMODE and CosplayGen, and featured on websites such as Kotaku, Dorkly, MTV,and Deviantart.
Twitter: @meltingmirror Instagram: @meltingmirror_cosplay
Artist, cosplayer, and adorkable badass. Based in Vancouver BC, Canada, Katy DeCobray’s origins are shrouded in mystery and rumour. She first appeared at San Diego Comic Con in 2009 and has been entertaining fans at conventions across the West coast ever since.
Katy DeCobray is a master of intrigue and disguise, creating costumes that draw from a variety of sources from comic books to anime and video games, although she has a particular penchant for personating villains in tight black spandex and impossibly high heels.
You will most likely find her in the center of attention, nerding up your selfies, and cursing her poor choices in footwear.