Could there be a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” reunion coming up at this year’s Denver Comic Con? It just so happens to be the 20th anniversary of the series, and so far Buffy alum James Marsters (Spike), Juliet Landau (Drusilla), Eliza Dushku (Faith), and Clare Kramer (Glory) are all confirmed guests for the Denver big pop culture party. Joss Whedon’s iconic series originally premiered back on March 10, 1997, and there will be no shortage of Buffy fans in attendance this year. What has become one of the largest comic and sci-fi conventions in North America, DCC will take place this June 30-July 2 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver.
Plenty of fingers are crossed that this year's Denver Comic Con will celebrate Buffy's 20 year anniversary in style. Bringing Spike and Drusilla together alone is cause for celebration. Marsters is not only an actor, but a singer-songwriter who was loved for his role as Spike in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." He is also known for roles in "Smallville," "Supernatural," "Without a Trace," and films "Dragon Ball," "P.S. I Love You," "Cool Money," and more. Lately, Marsters can be found in the TV series "Vidiots." Landau played the role of Drusilla on "Buffy" as well as "Angel." She also co-starred in Tim Burton’s "Ed Wood," and starred opposite Whoopi Goldberg in "Theodore Rex."
The latest news is that Dushku has been added to the guest list. The talented actress is well-known for her role as Faith on the hit TV show, the related spinoff “Angel,” and the sci-fi thriller “Dollhouse.” Along with Fox's other series “Tru Calling,” she has also been in films including "True Lies," "The New Guy," "Bring It On," and the hilarious "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back." Most recently she has voiced the She-Hulk in “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.” animated series, “Banshee,” and the TV movie “The Saint.” Along with Dushku and the other "Buffy" stars, actors Felicia Day ("Supernatural," "The Guild," "Dr. Horribles Sing-A-Long Blog"), Kate Mulgrew, Robin Lord Taylor, Michael Rosenbaum, Bonnie Wright, Jon Heder, and Christopher Sabat Neal Adams, David Mack, Erica Henderson, Allen Bellman, Mike Morales, and Jeremy Whitley join a long list of artists.
The Speed Passes are already sold out and the weekend passes are going at light speed. Come have a great time while raising money for Pop Culture Classroom, and supporting local merchants that are more than 75 percent Colorado based. For more information and ticket prices, check out Denver Comic Con's website and get your tickets right here on AXS.