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Phoenix Comicon guest list keeps growing for 2014

Phoenix Comicon 2014 is fast approaching.
Phoenix Comicon 2014 is fast approaching.
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As Phoenix Comicon 2014 draws closer, the guest announcements continue to grow. Check out the list below for news on guest announcements and visit Phoenix Comicon for a complete roster of who'll be in Phoenix at the popular convention held this year from June 5 - 8.

Adam West, actor. Perhaps best known for his title role in the campy, classic 1960s Batman television series, West is also a voice actor who has done television’s Family Guy, The Simpsons, Rugrats, Batman, Animaniacs, Jonny Bravo, Spydogs, and The Super Adventure Team. He’s also lent his voice to animated films including Disney’s Chicken Little and Meet the Robinsons and Redux Riding Hood.

Burt Ward, actor. Ward joins co-star Adam West on stage at Phoenix Comicon, but the two have collaborated on other activities since Batman ended. Ward appeared in numerous reunions with co-star Adam West. The duo reprised their roles on the animated series The New Adventures of Batman, the television theater show Legends of the Superheroes, and in the 2003 television movie, Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt.

Julie Newmar, actress. In 1966, Newmar was the first actress to portray the villain known as Catwoman on Batman, and while she’s remembered for her sense of humor, her willingness to play along made her the show’s most popular villain. Visit to see what the actress and author is up to.

Richard Dean Anderson, actor. Anderson, known to sci-fi fans for his portrayal of Col. Jack O’Neill on Stargate: SG-1, also has legions of fans who have followed him since he first picked up a paperclip on television’s MacGyver.

Walter Emanuel Jones, actor. Jones is known for playing the role of Zack Taylor, the Black Ranger on the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Dean Lorey, Emmy-Nominated screenwriter, executive producer and author. Lorey is currently co-executive producer (with David E. Kelley) on CBS television’s The Crazy Ones and is the author of the Nightmare Academy books for young adults.

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