Tag Archives: Oz Comic Con Brisbane

Oz Comic-Con Interview: Mass Effect’s Mark Meer talks Improv, epic Cos-Playing skills and Shepherd’s favourite things

There are times in our lives we look back on certain things and reminisce, how much we would love to go back and do it all again, for me, other than visiting the (U.S.A and the U.K) that was the Mass Effect Trilogy and playing as the stubborn, stern, but lovable Commander Shepherd. If you’re like me and chose to play Shepherd as a male and not female (Jennifer Hale), you would have spent a very long time listening to the amazing voice work of Mark Meer!... Continue Reading

Oz Comic-Con Interview: Ian Bohen on Teen Wolf, complex characters, being true to yourself & interacting with fans

For some character actors the journey enables them to continually keep learning and growing. Ian Bohen began working when he was 16 years old and has worked as an actor fairly consistently throughout his life. His filmography boasts stints in a number of tv series including Mad Men, Chicago P.D. and Breakout Kings but he’s best known for his role as Peter Hale in Teen Wolf. Returning to Australia for the Brisbane and Sydney legs of Oz Comic Con, we had a chat with Bohen about his work in the YA supernatural drama series, his work as an actor and getting to interact with fans through both Facebook Live and meeting them at pop culture conventions. ... Continue Reading

Interview: Australian artist Nicola Scott on finally doing Wonder Woman justice, Black Magick and Oz Comic-Con

One thing we can say about Australia and its diverse culture of people is that it will never get boring. So many different characters and so much diversity in everything we do, from our bizarre choices in hobbies, to the work we do in our everyday lives. Some of that work may happen to feel like a hobby too, often the case if you’re a paid artist like the ridiculously amazing and talented Nicola Scott.... Continue Reading

Oz Comic-Con to bring Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman to Brisbane and Sydney

Australia has had a long standing love affair with Doctor Who and thanks to Oz Comic Con we’ll get the opportunity to meet one of its most popular companions. Jenna Coleman best known as Clara Oswald aka the Impossible Girl will be heading down under and appearing at OzCC’s Brisbane (23-24th Sept) and Sydney (30th Sep – 1st Oct) events. ... Continue Reading

Timothy Omundson on Galavant, musical theatre and his majestic Kings Beard

Australian audiences might recognise Timothy Omundson from the 7Flix musical comedy series Galavant, or perhaps Supernatural or maybe even from his 8 seasons on comedy crime procedural Psych. As an actor Omundson brings charm, gravitas, or wit aplenty and as an interview subject he is wonderfully animated, eloquent and softly spoken. Just before he graced Oz Comic Con Sydney, we sat down for an amusing chat.... Continue Reading

Mitch Pileggi talks The X-Files revival, Supernatural and why working with Michael Bay was so much fun

Mitch Pileggi is best known for his role on The X Files playing the stern but fair Assistant Director Walter Skinner and boss to Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). With the Season 10 X Files revival earlier this year, the show has had an explosive comeback, allowing Pileggi to reprise his role. Before his appearance at Oz Comic Con Sydney we sat down to discuss his work.... Continue Reading

Ksenia Solo on the diversity of Lost Girl, the history of Turn: Washington’s Spies and playing complex female characters

Ksenia Solo is a young actress who has already made a name and mark for herself in a number of TV series. Best known for her role on supernatural sci-fi show Lost Girl, she has also starred in the perpetually fascinating series Orphan Black, and takes a leap back into American revolutionist history with Turn: Washington’s Spies. Prior to her appearance at Oz Comic Con Sydney we sit down with Ksenia to discuss her various and varied acting roles.... Continue Reading