DC fans attending Wizard World Comic Con Cleveland are in for a real treat as the lineup is set to feature a plethora of DC stars. The guest list features Justice League stars Ray Fisher and Ezra Miller, Arrowverse actors Matt Ryan (Constantine) and John Barrowman (Malcom Merlyn), artists and writers like Ben Caldwell (Prez, Wednesday Comics) and Martin Egeland (Aquaman) and so many more!
Wizard World Comic Con has been a hit in Cleveland ever since its first convention four years ago. This year it will be held March 2nd through 4th at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland and contain memorabilia, panels, celebrities and more from all over the world of comics.
Here at DC Comics News, we are very excited to talk about the strong DC representation this year led by Justice League‘s Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher who played The Flash and Cyborg respectively. Ezra Miller was a hit in Justice League with many agreeing that he was one of the strongest parts of the movie. He is expected to return to the role for a Flashpoint movie slated for 2020. Ray Fisher also surprised many with his performance as Cyborg, a character many said they wished had gotten more screen time. Luckily, it appears that we may get more of that screen time soon as he is also slated to appear in Flashpoint as well as his own solo film in 2020. Cyborg has not always received a lot of attention, so it will be up to Fisher to make sure the line to see Cyborg stays long.
Also on the guest list, as stated above, is Constantine‘s Matt Ryan, Arrowverse star John Barrowman, and Smallville star Michael Rosenbaum. That is not all, however, because Wizard World Comic Con would not be complete without writers and artists from DC Comics itself including Aquaman artists Martin Egeland and Joe Rubinstein, and more.
Wizard World Cleveland will contain the complete Comic Con experience including fans dressed up as their favorite characters, free panels, and booths selling memorabilia. The Convention will take place at Huntington Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Ave., Cleveland on March 2, 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.; March 3, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m, and March 4, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, and will feature full coverage by DC Comics News.