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New guests announced for 2014 Denver ComiCon

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Known for his role in the Evil Dead franchise, pop icon Bruce Campbell joins voice actor Jim Cummings and comic artist Steve Lieber on the roster for the upcoming Denver Comic Con next June.

Campbell started on the Evil Dead project in 1979, which went on to become a viral favourite horror film, beating out the likes of Stephen King's The Shining. Since then, Campbell has written, produced, and acted in a number of shows, including 90s hits Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. His television career eventually led him to sitcoms, but he maintains a grasp on film with roles in Serving Sara, The Majestic, and Sam Raimi's Spiderman trilogy.

Continuing his trend in multi-media, Campbell has also left footprints as an author and video game voice actor. His latest endeavours include co-producing an Evil Dead remake, and supporting his comrade Sam Raimi in Oz: The Great and Powerful.


The DCC was created a few years ago with the intent of bringing the fun of other conventions across the nation together with an event of community support toward children who love learning through comics. Its first reality happened on June 15, 2012 to an overwhelming reception. The convention more than doubled for 2013, and the group's planners and directors hope to continue the pattern with more exciting future panels and guests for 2014.

Keep an eye out as more announcements arrive for the 2014 Denver ComiCon.


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