Holly Marie Combs, Eoin Macken, Cheez TV – Supanova names new guests for Adelaide & Brisbane!

Buckle up, Supanova fans. The Adelaide and Brisbane events in November have just gotten bigger with the addition of some new guests! Already featuring the likes of Nathan Fillion and Lucy Hale, the pop culture expo has added  Holly Marie CombsEoin MackenCheez TV legends Jade Gatt and Ryan Lappin to both events happening over two weekends in November.

Tickets are on sale for both Brisbane (November 11th-13th) and Adelaide (November 19th-20th) now – head to www.supanova.com.au to grab ’em!

Along with the above, video game soundtracks will be paid tribute to by symphonic rockers Critical Hit, with Michael Gluck (composer, WarcraftStarcraft) and Tracy Bush putting on a concert for fans that’ll be something not to be missed.

The full guest line up as it stands now can be checked out below.

Film and Television

  • Nathan Fillion(Firefly, Castle)
  • Lucy Hale(Pretty Little Liars)
  • Jason Mewes (Jay & Silent Bob)
  • Ricky Whittle (American Gods)
  • Holly Marie Combs (Charmed, Pretty Little Liars)
  • Eoin Macken (Merlin, The Night Shift, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter)
  • Karen Fukuhara(Suicide Squad)
  • Michelle Gomez(Doctor Who)
  • Claudia Wells(Back to the Future)
  • Ian Bohen(Teen Wolf)
  • Veronica Taylor(Pokémon)
  • John DiMaggio (Adventure Time)
  • Billy West(Futurama)
  • Steve Blum(Star Wars Rebels, Transformers)
  • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn(Naruto)


  • Matthew Reilly (Contest, Scarecrow novels, Jack West novels)
  • Peter V. Brett (The Demon Cycle)
  • Lian Hearn (Tales of OtoriThe Tale of Shikanoko)
  • Alan Baxter (The Alex Caine Series)
  • Maria Lewis (Who’s Afraid?)
  • Kim Wilkins (Daughters of the StormSisters of the Fire)
  • Alison Goodman (Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club)
  • Jane Abbott (Watershed)
  • Angela Slatter (Vigil)



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