Tag Archives: Oz Comic-Con

Interview: Kid Phantom iIllustrator Paul Mason talks The Phantom, hard work and inspirations ahead of Oz Comic-Con Melbourne

Many, many moons ago I was called upon to a great task, one that would give me the privilege of passing down something special to the next generation. I was given the task to buy a newspaper for my Nan, leading me to a newsagency where I found my first The Phantom comic in 1992 as ten years old. Twenty four years later, The Phantom has entered my life again with the emergence of the new series Kid Phantom.... Continue Reading

Oz Comic-Con delivers guests from Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and Highlander to Melbourne

There can be only one Oz Comic-Con, and this year on the 1st and 2nd of July the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will play host to a huge variety of guests from teleivision and film fantasy, sci-fi, and drama genres. As well as being one of the go-to events for cosplay, comics, books, gaming demonstrations and creative workshops. A place to celebrate all forms of fandom and geekdom.... Continue Reading

Win a double pass to Oz Comic-Con in Melbourne, Brisbane or Sydney

Oz Comic-Con returns with five exciting shows in 2017; the first two earlier this year in Perth and Adelaide being a huge success. And now it’s time for the rest of the country to join in the quest to ‘Unleash Our Inner Geeks’ and celebrate all that is cool, awesome and nerdy at Oz Comic-Con Melbourne from July 1-2, and Sydney from 23-24 September and Brisbane from September 30 to October 1st.... Continue Reading

Photo Gallery: Oz Comic-Con – Royal Adelaide Showgrounds (1st and 2nd April 2017)

Kerrie Geier brings us a taste of the huge 2017 Oz Comic-Con weekend in Adelaide, featuring Arthur Darvill, Melissa Joan Hart, Brent Spiner, Brian O’Halloran, Tricia Helfer, Torri Higginson, Marilyn Ghigliotti, Sasha Roiz, Charles Martinet as well as some incredible Cosplayers and fans.... Continue Reading

Oz Comic-Con Interview: Arthur Darvill on Doctor Who, Legends of Tomorrow, inspiration & space/time distortion

With turns in series like Doctor Who and Legends of Tomorrow, Arthur Darvill has become a Comic Con favourite around the world – and now he’s in Australia, having just finished up with Oz Comic-Con in Perth, and now this weekend he’ll be in Adelaide for the event’s South Australian turn. Ahead of arriving in Adelaide, David Hunter caught up with Darvill to talk about who inspires him, his family, getting evil with Rip in the latest season of Legends, Broadchurch, working with Karen Gillan, and much more…... 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

Review: Oz Comic-Con delivers once again at its 2016 event in Sydney

It’s the start of Spring, and the Sydney weather turned on some spectacular blue skies over the weekend past but quite a lot of people were going to miss it.Oz Comic Con Sydney was back for 2016 and this time it would be bigger and better than last year.... Continue Reading