Day 2 of Armageddon was another massive day of fun and special guests including Doctor Who's Jenna Coleman and Stargate Atlantis stars David Hewlett and David Nykl as well as the favourite cosplay parade.
The Armageddon Expo took over the Melbourne Showgrounds this past weekend, with TV and movie stars from the likes of Doctor Who, Breaking Bad and Superman, as well as members from the huge realms of sci-fi, fantasy, comic, anime and gaming all coming together for a weekend of geek and fanatic goodness. Rebecca Houlden was there and brings you this gallery!
The Armageddon Expo dropped by Melbourne this weekend, providing a fun environment for geeks to well, 'geek out' on their favourite fandoms and share their obsessions for all things television, sci-fi, mystical and comical with other fans.
Armageddon Expo - when you hear the name, what does it conjure up in your mind? The book of revelation will tell you it’s the end of the world between good and evil. Going to this festival you will see it is full of characters that are portrayed as good and evil as well as movie, TV, comic, authors, painters, cars, rides, freebies and more.
Cosplayers and pop culture fans alike attended the Armageddon Expo held at the Melbourne Showgrounds over the weekend. Our photographer Nathan Atkins was on hand to capture all the action over the two days.
Brisbane based comic book artist Stewart McKenny has had one hell of a journey. From humble beginnings browsing comic book stands as a fan, to working for the world’s most prolific comic book publishers, Marvel, DC Comics and Darkhorse, McKenny has firmly established himself as one of the world’s best. Before he hits up the Armageddon Expo, he chatted to Cara Williams about all things comics, art and Armageddon.
Billy Boyd took the time to answer some questions for the AU Review whilst in his dressing room in the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (Bankside, London) as he is currently performing in Macbeth as 'Banquo'! Boyd has made many movie, musical and theatre debuts but it was his role as 'Pippin' in the epic Lord of The Rings trilogy that helped Boyd become an established actor.
If, like me, your formative years were squandered on double-bills at the Astor, late nights spent couched in front of the post-midnight television schedule, or lazy school holidays sampling the delights of endlessly syndicated sitcoms, the coifed, silver-haired face of Barry Bostwick will be well known to you.