Heroes And Villains Fan Fest: A Fabulous Finale

Linda Marie Linda Marie
December 12th, 2016

Comic Cons stole my life!

Heroes and Villains Fan Fest: First Class from Jersey to Georgia.

I kicked off 2016 with Heroes and Villains Fan Fest (HVFF) in New Jersey and couldn't think of a better way to end 2016 than with those same incredible people who bring so much excitement and joy to the fans. HVFF Atlanta definitely did not disappoint! The ever approachable actors from shows such as Arrow, Gotham, and The Flash continue to provide a family type of atmosphere for those seeking to get a personal glimpse of the 'real' people behind their beloved TV show characters. In addition to the stellar line-up of guests regularly seen at HVFF, the event in Atlanta included cast members from top-notch shows like Once Upon A Time, Comic Book Men, The Walking Dead, and This is Us to name a few. As I meandered my way through the show floor it was heartwarming to see how genuinely grateful the guests were in interacting with their fans. From celebrities and artists to merchants and volunteers, all were welcome with open arms.

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Guests showing love to the fans at HVFF Atlanta. Clockwise from top left: Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Rooker, Sean McGuire, Paul Blackthorne. Credit: Linda Marie

Meeting Momoa

If there is one thing I learned, after attending 10 conventions this year, it's that there is never enough time to experience everything my heart desires. I love though that HVFF provides something to fit the taste of any fan. There was plenty to embrace at Heroes and Villains Fan Fest Atlanta and I definitely had my favorite moments. Finally meeting Jason Momoa and having him sign my artwork was a highlight for sure. From Dothraki to DC, Mr. Momoa is a presence to behold and is as kind as any fan could hope. As if that weren't enough, I was also given the pleasure of interviewing the light-hearted Ming Chen (Comic Book Men)

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