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El Paso ComicCon officially announces first round of guests for 2020 Edition

Officials with the 2020 El Paso ComicCon have released the first spate of guests for next year’s highly-anticipated event.

With thousands of comic book, movie, art, video games and anime fans expected once again, the 3-day-event will feature veteran voice actors Jason Liebrecht, Amber Lee Connors, Kyle Phillips, and Christopher Wehkamp.

The varied and experienced actors have had roles in many of the most popular games and anime productions of the last few years, with their voice acting heard in My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball, Fire Force, Attack on Titan, Borderlands 3 and many others.

And of course William Shatner, Captain James T. Kirk himself, will be at the event, scheduled to appear Sunday, April 19, 2020.

The entire event kicks off Friday, April 17th, 2020.

In addition to the voice actors, question and answer sessions with the stars, guests will have the opportunity to shop in the Southwest’s biggest indoor gathering; as well as participate in Cosplay contests, video game competitions and table top gaming.

Autograph and meet and greet sessions will once again be available for convention visitors.

Officials will be releasing more information about additional guests in the coming weeks and months, as they are signed to appear.

For more information about the next April’s show, visit the El Paso ComicCon Website

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