Motor City Comic Con’s spring convention boasted nearly 40 celebrity guests and they did not disappoint! With over 75,000 fans passing through the gates, fans lined up all day, every day for a chance to meet their favorite celebrity in person. Here are just a few of our favorite shots – click on an image to see it full size.
Psych‘s Maggie Lawson fulfilled six brothers’ dreams of meeting one of their favorite celebrities.
Legendary married stars Bonnie and William Daniel still thrilling fans at 94 and 96 years old respectively.
Voice actress Tara Strong enjoying a photo with a fan dressed to impress.
Agent Phil Coulson, Clark Gregg himself, didn’t have any Avengers in tow, but he did please his fans.
Watch out! It’s WWE star, Mick Foley.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Sean Gunn proved to a popular guest hot on the heels of the last Guardians film.
Michigander and former Arrowstar David Ramsey thrilled superhero fans.
Taxi and Who’s the Boss star Tony Danza entertained fans on his ukulele.
“it’s-a-me, Mario!” Voice actor Charles Martinet had fans lined up deep to meet their hero.
Perhaps he’ll be back – Terminator 2 star Edward Furlong.
It’s Rocky the Red Power Ranger star, Steve Cardenas, enjoying a pic with a little fan.
Bryce Papenbrook barely had a chance to breathe with a line dozens deep all weekend.
Jonathan Frakes and former colleague Brent Spiner had Trekkies waiting extra long for an autograph or photo.
Many of the voice actors had longer lines than those who act on screen and that included Zach Aguilar best known for Demon Salyer.
The Walking Dead Laurie Holden may not have had made it long in the series, but she is forever loved by fans.
Mark is an entertainment junkie, spending much of his leisure time watching movies, TV, or listening to any and all genres of music. Most evenings, after finishing a day of work and hanging with his wife and kids, Mark can be found in an eternal battle with his DVR, trying to clear it before another 5-6 hours of shows are recorded the next day. Still reeling from his unpaid gig for the Detroit News where he was fired for being too cruel with his American Idol recaps, Mark is thrilled to be sharing his wicked sense of humor with Movie Reelists.