2019 Special Celeb Guests:

2020 Special Guest Actors: 

Special Guest Actor:

Sean Gunn!


Actor and writer Sean Gunn is known for his role as Kraglin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.  In addition to portraying Kraglin, Sean also provided motion reference for Rocket Raccoon in both Guardians films and also Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, which shattering box office records worldwide. His first film was in Troma Films’ Tromeo and Juliet where he played Sammy Capulet. He has worked alongside his brother, writer and director James Gunn, on The Specials, Super, the video game Lollipop Chainsaw and The Belko Experiment in addition to the Guardians films. 

Sean also has had many television roles, most endearingly as the quirky Kirk Gleason on Gilmore Girls and the Netflix original Gilmore Girls Revival. He has also appeared on  Any Day Now, DAG, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Going to California, Yes, Dear, October Road, Glee, Bunheads, Bones and more. Look for Sean in the upcoming DC comics film The Suicide Squad

For more information on Sean check out his IMDB page HERE

Sean will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Jon Heder!

Jonathan Joseph "Jon" Heder is an American actor and producer. His feature film debut came in 2004 as the title character of the comedy film Napoleon Dynamite. He has also acted in the films Ghost Team, Walt Before Mickey as Roy Disney, The Benchwarmers, School for Scoundrels, Blades of Glory, Mama's Boy, and When in Rome, and provided voice talents in the animated films Monster House, and Surf's Up, as well as Pickle and Peanut,  Star vs. the Forces of Evil, and the Napoleon Dynamite animated series.

For more information about Jon here: LINK

Jon will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Mark Dodson!


His is, “A voice from the Dark Side,” voicing Jabba the Hutt’s cackling court jester, Salacious Crumb, in Star Wars Episode VI “Return of the Jedi!” Named by horror fans as, “The voice of their childhood nightmares,” for the mischievous gremlins and mogwais in the 1984 summer blockbuster hit, “Gremlins” and the 1990 sequel “Gremlins 2!”

He is the voices of many of the zombies in the godfather of zombie films, George Romero’s, 1985 cult classic, “Day of the Dead!”

He is, Mark Dodson


With over 30 years as a voice actor, Mark continues to add his unigue style of character voices to video games like “Star Trek Online,” “Nancy Drew,” “Dungeons and Dragons Neverwinter,” “Heroes of Newerth,” “Smashmuck Monsters,” “Lucius,” and hundreds of other titles. Mark is the ongoing voice of Remingtion Rifles and Ammunition, Panasonic, Wild Turkey Whiskey, NASCAR, Mike’s Hard Lemonaide, and has been heard on thousands of other national commercials. Narrating for television series and specials on History Channel, Outdoor Channel, CBS Sports and ESPN, are among the many places you will find the voice of Mark Dodson.

The next time you see a commercial for, or take a trip through a Haunted House at Halloween, the many ghosts, goblins, monsters and zombies are quite likely to be the voices of Mark Dodson (Including at our very own Scarywood!)

Mark Dodson, a favorite voice actor of fans at Comic and Horror cons nationwide and an honorary member of the 501st Legion!


For more information about Mark check out his website: HERE

Mark will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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The Honky Tonk Man!

Special Guest Hall of Fame Wrestler:

Though he may have resembled one of the most famous musicians of all time, The Honky Tonk Man would be the first person to tell you that Elvis Presley couldn’t shine his shoes, both in the ring and in the recording studio. With his hair perfectly slicked back, Colonel Jimmy Hart in his corner and his trusty guitar always within reach, he was one of the sneakiest Superstars in WWE history, holding the Intercontinental Title for 454 days, a record that stands to this day and earned the grappler a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame.

Surprisingly, The Honky Tonk Man wasn’t always so cool, cocky, and bad. First boogying into WWE in 1986, he smiled and high-fived the WWE Universe all along the way. Honky had the stamp of approval from WWE Champion Hulk Hogan, who believed the sideburned Superstar would be a bona fide chart-topper inside the ring. The WWE Universe, however, didn’t share Hogan’s faith and relentlessly jeered the Elvis-like combatant.

Soon, Honky Tonk Man begged the WWE Universe for a vote of confidence. When the results came back overwhelmingly negative, he turned his back on WWE's fans, which may have been just what the doctor ordered. Adding Jimmy Hart as his manager, Honky hit the studio to lay down vocals on his own entrance music and showed a new confidence in the ring. After dispatching his opponents, he would often subject crowds to his singing, disingenuously thanking them for “being a beautiful audience.”

The Honky Tonk Man’s dastardly side helped him rack up victory after victory, earning him a title opportunity against Intercontinental Champion Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat. Honky used the ropes for leverage to pull off what is still considered one of the greatest upsets in sports-entertainment history. Almost immediately after winning the title, he declared weekly that he was the greatest Intercontinental Champion of all time. While that may not have been the case during his reign’s infancy, he built a solid argument by holding on to the title for 454 days.

Honky, by hook or by crook, kept a tight hold on the Intercontinental Championship for nearly 13 months, which no Superstar before or after has come close to. The Ultimate Warrior put an end to The Honky Tonk Man’s reign at SummerSlam 1988 in under a minute when Honky issued an open challenge. After losing the title, he formed the tag team 'Rythym and Blues"with Greg Valentine, who dyed his trademark blond locks to jet black. The pair had a single, “Hunka Hunka Honky Love,” that allegedly went gold before their breakup in late 1990. 

The Honky Tonk Man left WWE in 1991, but has been known to pop up in WWE from time to time, whether as the manger for Rockabilly or reappearing in 2008 to show then-Intercontinental Champion, Santino Marella that he was still the greatest to hold the title via a guitar to the face. In 2019, The Honky Tonk Man was given WWE's greatest honor, induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. He's cool. He's cocky. He's bad.


For more information about HTM on his WWE site: HERE

HTM will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Chris Bartlett!


Chris Bartlett is an American actor known for principal roles in "The Mandalorian" a Disney Plus Exclusive Star Wars Series. In the hit series Chris played three different characters during the first season: "The Ferryman" (Chapter 1), "Q9-0" aka "Zero" (Chapter 6) and "RA-7" droid (Chapter 7).

Mentored by Anthony Daniels the original C-3PO from the Star Wars Trilogy. You can see Chris Bartlett's character performances for droids in person through his partnership with Disney parks as he helped pioneer the interactive character experience using dialogue for the parks Star Wars characters. Some of Chris' most famous portrayals as C-3P0 include "The Oscars" (2016), "The Late Show with David Letterman" (2015), ABC TV Series "Speechless" (2017) & Disney Chanel show "A.N.T. Farm" (2012). 

For more information about Chris check out his IMDB: HERE

Chris will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Jason Faunt!

Jason Faunt group in a small town outside of Chicago called Mchenry, Illinois. After years of pursuing a baseball career in both college and professionally he gave it up and moved to Los Angeles in 1997 to become an actor.

After years of acting class and smaller projects he booked roles in the soap operas Passions and Port Charles. Later that same year he landed the iconic role of the red ranger in Power Rangers Time Force where he played the dual role of both Alex and Wes.

A couple of years later he then landed the role as the motion capture actor for Leon Kennedy in the immensely popular Resident Evil franchise.

After many roles in both TV and Film Jason has returned to Power Rangers 4 different times to reprise his role as Wes. He still considers that role his most coveted and favorite part to play. He resides in Orange County, California with daughters Keira and Makayla.


For more information about Jason check out his website: HERE

Jason will be appearing all day Saturday & the first half of Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Dominic Pace!


Dominic Pace began his studying with members of the Actors Studio Mimi Turque and Susan Batson in 1995. He then moved on to William Esper’s two-year program where he studied under Terry Knickerbocker. He has been awarded “Best Actor” at the 2004 Palm Beach International Film Festival for his performance in the independent feature, Little Kings. He was a member of The MET Theater Company and the Tim Robbins Company, The Actors’ Gang in Los Angeles.

He has appeared in TV shows including Agents of SHIELD, Superstore, Veep, NCIS: Los Angeles, Cold Case and most recently, as the bounty hunter Gekko in The Mandalorian.

He has alos made numerous film appearances including Meglodon, The Demonic Dead and the upcoming Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn.


For more information about Dominic check out his website: HERE

Dominic will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Blake Foster!

Blake Anthony Foster (born May 29, 1985) is an American actor and martial artist. Foster was the Huggies baby at the age of sixteen months in 1986. He began training in American Tang Soo Do style karate under 9th degree master black belt Tom Bloom at age 4 and received his black belt on December 15, 1996. He is perhaps best known for his role as Justin Stewart, the Blue Turbo Ranger in the fifth season of Power Rangers, Power Rangers Turbo totaling 45 episodes.

Blake assumed the mantle of the Blue Turbo Ranger at only the age of 12, making him the first and only pre-teen Power Ranger in history. He made his debut for the show in the feature-film, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, distributed by 20th Century Fox. This film was released on March 28, 1997. In its opening weekend, it played on 2,113 screens, and pulled in $3,301,135, finishing in seventh place domestically. It ultimately grossed $8,363,899 theatrically in the U.S. and $9,615,840 worldwide.

Foster reprises his role in an episode of Power Rangers In Space, wrapping up plot holes left behind from his abrupt departure at the conclusion of Turbo. 

Foster currently holds a 3rd degree master black belt in American Tang Soo Do style karate, and is training for his 4th degree master black belt testing.

For more information about Blake check out his Facebook page: HERE

Blake will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Russell Hodgkinson!


Russell Hodgkinson was born and raised in Florida. He performed in plays throughout high school, joining the Army after graduation. Peace time provided a unique opportunity, as he soon began performing regularly at the esteemed Fort Bragg Playhouse. At the end of his enlistment he moved to New York City, spending two liberating years before re-enlisting in the Coast Guard. While stationed in Long Beach, California he met his wife Shelley at a theatre audition. In 1992 the couple moved to New Orleans, where they performed in local theaters for the next 11 years. In 2003, on a whim, they moved to Seattle. Russell resumed his acting career and soon became active in the Independent film scene. He made guest appearances on Leverage and Grimm before being cast to play 'Doc' on the SyFy original series 'Z Nation' in 2014.


Filmed in Spokane, WA 'Z Nation' ran for 5 seasons (2014-2018) and Russell appeared in all 65 episodes!  

For more information about Russell check out his Twitter: HERE

Russell will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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Special Guest Actor:

Cesar Garcia!

Cesar Garcia is a Mexican-American actor/producer/writer best known for his break out roles in Fast & Furious (2009) as Juvenal, Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul as No-Doze. Cesar has also starred in many other tv series such as “On My Block, Criminal Minds, Marvel’s The Runaways, NCIS Los Angeles, True Detective, Lopez, Weeds and The Shield”. To date, with over 60 credits to his name. He also performed his own stunts in 2009 in the fourth installment of Fast & Furious alongside the late Paul Walker. From starting out as an extra to now having lead and supporting roles in blockbuster films and hit television shows, the rest is history. Cesar is now one of the most sought out Latino actors in Hollywood!!!


For more information about Cesar check out his IMDB: HERE

Cesar will be appearing all day Saturday & Sunday. 

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October 2nd-3rd, 2021

Spokane Convention Center | Spokane, WA

Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm

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