Sink Your Teeth Into Supanova’s Adelaide and Brisbane Early Guest Announcements

Merely days after Supanova Comic Con and Gaming wrapped up their June tours of Sydney and Perth, they have already whet the appetite of fans by dropping an early guest announcement for their November tour. With this being an initial announcement, we can of course expect more names to drop closer to the Adelaide (3rd & 4th) and Brisbane (9th to 11th) dates.

Making his long awaited return to Australia will be Ian Somerhalder, best known for his role on The Vampire Diaries (for 8 seasons no less), the dashing actor/model/director/animal ambassador will be setting hearts aflame in person, as well as soon to be appearing in the highly anticipated V-Wars.
It’s not often that Supanova gets a double tap with its guests in the same year but fan favourite John Barrowman will also be returning to delight fans of Torchwood, Doctor Who, and Arrow and most likely be donning his infamous TARDIS or Wonder Woman outfits for his uproariously funny Q&A panels. And possibly throwing down another Tim Tam challenge for a fellow guest contender?

Celebrating its 20th anniversary in September this year is the Harry Potter book series and not long after that milestone star of the film series Bonnie Wright will get to revel with fans at this milestone. Star of Buffy The Vampire Slayer Julie Benz is familiar with 20th anniversary celebrations, with BTVS having celebrated last year, Benz will also be in attendance. As well as star of Star Wars The Phantom Menace and an oh so surprising cameo in Solo: A Star Wars Story will see Ray Park making a return to Australia also.

Supanova’s November tour will hit Adelaide and Brisbane with details below –
Adelaide: 3rd and 4th November 2018 at Adelaide Showground
Brisbane: 9th to 11th November 2018 at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
For more information check out the official Supanova Comic Con and Gaming website or their social media channels.


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Carina Nilma

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