Snowmasters held Manchester Film and Comic Con in Event City (next to the Trafford Centre) this weekend.
The celebrities which guessed started were:
Film & TV
Michael Biehn (Aliens, The Terminator), Ken Kirzinger (Freddy Vs Jason), Noel Clarke (Doctor Who, Star Trek), Jacqueline Pearce (Blakes 7, Doctor Who), Devon Murray (Harry Potter), Dave Prowse (Star Wars), Kenny Baker (Star Wars), Katie Healy (Harry Potter), Marc Rolf (Star Wars) , John Levene (Doctor Who), Jessie Cave (Harry Potter), Jimmy Vee (Doctor Who), Colette Hiller (Aliens), Mark Rocco (Wrestling), Afshan Azad (Harry Potter), Dixie Arnold (Star Wars: TFA), Keith De’Winter (Star Wars: TFA), Mac McDonald (Star Wars, Red Dwarf), Richard Oldfield (Star Wars) & Brian Wheeler (Star Wars, Harry Potter).
John Wagner (Writer: Star Wars), Carlos Ezquerra (Artist: 2000 AD – Judge Dredd), Lee Sullivan (Artist: Transformers), John Royle (Artist: Danger Girl), El Torres (Writer: Nancy in Hell), Lew Stringer (Writer/Artist: The Beano), Dave Windett (Artist: The Dandy) & Gary Whitlock (Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly).
Along with the stars there were also plenty of stalls, selling a variety of merchandise, some being posters, art work, plusses, swords and pop head.
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