Check Out All the Celebrity Guests at Motor City Comic Con 2021
Motor City Comic Con is back for 2021.
I am so happy to see that Motor City Comic Con is back for 2021. Every year my friends and I take the kids and they absolutely love going. The kids were extremely bummed out last year when it was canceled due to the pandemic.
This year, Motor City Comic Con is taken place a little bit later in the year than normal, but that is not a deal-breaker for me. The guests they have this year are amazing and rival all previous years.
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When is Motor City Comic Con?
Motor City Comic Con is taking place Friday, October 15th through Sunday, October 17th, 2021 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Who are the celebrity guests?
This year, Motor City Comic Con will feature the following celebrity guests:
- Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games, Vikings)
- Breckin Meyer (Road Trip, Garfield: The Movie)
- AEW's Britt Baker
- Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings, Wilfred)
- Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things)
- David Koechner (Anchorman, Semi-Pro, Let's Go to Prison, Waiting...)
- Catherine Tate (Doctor Who, The Office)
- Coco (Actress, Dancer, Model, married to Ice-T)
- David Yost (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - Blue Ranger)
- Denis Lawson (Wedge Antilles in Star Wars)
- Ice-T (Rapper, Actor, Producer)
- Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, The Maze Runner, The Get Down)
- Jim Cummings
- Jodi Benson (Voice Actress)
- Joey Fatone (*NSYNC, The Singing Bee, Rewrapped, Common Knowledge)
- John Barrowman (Doctor Who, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, Flash)
- Justin Briner (Voice Actor)
- Luci Christian (Voice Actress and Script Writer)
- Mario Lopez (Saved by the Bell, Dancing with the Start, The X Factor)
- Nolan North (Voice of Desmond Miles from Assassin's Creed and Nathan Drake from Uncharted)
How much are tickets to Motor City Comic Con?
Tickets for Motor City Comic Con:
- Friday Adult Pass - $30 (Kids 6-12 - $10)
- Saturday Adult Pass - $40 (Kids 6-12 - $10)
- Sunday Adult Pass - $35 (Kids 6-12 - FREE)
- Weekend Adult Pass - $85 (Kids 6-12 - $20)
- VIP Fan Pass - $249
- Kids 5 and under - Free
Source: Motor City Comic Con
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