You don’t have to wait until July to experience a great Comic-Con this year. The Emerald City Comic-Con is just a few days away, and SYFY will be covering the big event from top to bottom. The network’s SYFY Wire is returning once again as the exclusive live-stream partner to Emerald City Comic-Con, so you will able to catch all of the announcements and guests without toughing out the Seattle weather. We should also mention that SYFY Wire will also be covering two other pop culture conferences this year: E2C2 and New York Comic Con. If you want to set a reminder, live coverage from Emerald City is scheduled to begin on March 14th.
The ECCC Live Stage line-up includes the cast of “Stranger Things,” “Star Trek: Discovery’s” Rainn Wilson and “Game of Thrones’” Gwendoline Christie. Fans of “Critical Role” can find the cast at the event when they stop by to share some surprises, and the network also teased that it will “relive the memories” during the big “Boy Meets World” cast reunion this year. Other highlights include Tricia Helfer and Marc Bernardin’s Battlestar Galacticast Live, which will feature special guest Mary McDonnell.
Over in the panel rooms fans will find “Star Trek: Discovery’s” Sonequa Martin-Green and Jason Isaacs, Rupert Grint (“Harry Potter”), and Ian Somerhalder (“The Vampire Diaries”). These are just a few of the many headliners that are coming to meet with fans at this year’s event, and the weekend will be packed with surprises. SYFY Wire will also invite viewers to the ECCC Western Championships of Cosplay, giving the creators a chance to showcase their latest looks and works.
The event is always a blast, and streaming for free is a pretty great bargan. Last year over 95K fans hit Emerald City Comic-Con to celebrate their favorite pop culture movies, comics, shows, and games. If you are traveling to Seattle soon, ECCC is starting on March 14th and will run through March 17th in the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle.
While you are setting reminders, San Diego Comic-Con will begin on July 18th this year, followed by our personal hometown favorite, New York Comic-Con, on October 3.