Comic Con Stockholm

By on August 31, 2017

On 15-17 September it is time for the Nordic region’s largest popular culture event to take place at Kistamässan in Stockholm. This year’s international guests are Iain Glen for most famous as the knight Jorah Mormont from Game of Thrones and Cobie Smulders perhaps best known for her role as Robin in How I Met Your Mother. On the gaming side are Nintendo, Xbox, Playstation, Ubisoft, Activision, Sega and Bandai Namco. And for all comics fans, we can announce that cartoonist Tony Moore who among other things has drawn for Marvels Deadpool, Venom and DC Comics Batman visits the fair.

For the 8th time, Comic Con Stockholm is organized. This year, the first time with GameStop, which has a dedicated gaming area with the biggest gaming companies and the latest from the gaming world. PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, Bandai Namco, Ubisoft, Activision, Sega and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to name a few and another 90 exhibitors in games, comics, cosplay, clothes and toys is in place.

International guests of the year
This year’s first main guest is Iain Glen, for many known as Jorah Mormont in the success series Game of Thrones. Iain Glen is a Scottish actor with a solid career behind him. He has been seen in many TV shows and movies, including Resident Evil, Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones.

Iain Glen attends Comic Con Stockholm Saturday September 16th and Sunday, September 17th. He will attend quizzes as well as write autographs and be photographed in the Special Guest Area.

This year’s second main guest is Cobie Smulders, Canadian actress who the most certainly recognize as Robin Scherbatsky (and Robin Sparkles) from How I Met Your Mother. She has also participated in the Avengers films in the role of Agent Maria Hill and soon appears in the new TV series Friends from College on Netflix.
Cobie is in place on Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th, and will do Q & A panels on stage, as well as sign autographs and photographed in the Special Guest Area.

Tickets to the fair can be bought here>>

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