Some pretty exciting guest announcements came out and fans are celebrating and speculating. Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie have been added to the already incredible Denver Comic Con lineup, and Cartoon Network's animated series "Justice League" has three guests and counting with Michael Rosenbaum, Phil Lamarr, and now Susan Eisenberg. That makes three out of the seven "Justice League" characters headed to Denver. These plus the Oscar-nominated actor Stanely Tucci really have fans wondering who could be next. One of America's largest pop culture conventions is seriously gearing up for this June 30-July 2, 2017 at the Colorado Convention Center.
“Gotham” stars Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie are on the list. Morena is well known and loved for her role as Inara Serra on “Firefly,” as well as “Deadpool,” “Homeland,” and “The Flash.” Ben McKenzie plays the young James Gordon on “Gotham” and is also known for his role as Officer Ben Sherman in “Southland” and “The O.C.” Then comes the speculation surrounding “Justice League.” Just announced today was actress Susan Eisenberg who is known for her role as Wonder Woman in the animated show. Phil Lamarr who is also known as the Green Lantern for the same series is also known for his role in “Pulp Fiction.” Popular actor Michael Rosenbaum who plays The Flash in the show is loved for playing Lex Luthor in “Smallville” and plenty of other fabulous voice work. Denver Comic Con is slowly filling in a picture with three of those seven “Justice League” members, and one can’t help but wonder who might be next.
These talented actors join the long list of popular guests such as Stanley Tucci, Weird Al Yankovic, Billie Piper, Felicia Day, Bonnie Wright, Finn Jones, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Khary Payton, Wallace Shawn, Eliza Dushku , Juliet Landau, James Marsters, and Clare Kramer. The complete list of guests has something for everyone.
Tickets to Denver Comic Con are available at AXS.COM and it is all for such a good cause. Pop Culture Classroom is the organization behind the convention and it offers programs to educate children in underserved schools and communities by teaching and inspiring them to create their own comic books and graphic novels.