Visitors of the pop culture convention in Stuttgart can look forward to meet more than 30 actors from movies and TV shows like Castle, The 100, Suicide Squad and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Once Comic Con Germany in Stuttgart will open its gates to the public on June 25th and 26th, it will offer visitors the chance to meet more than 30 actors and actresses during signing and photo sessions.

Family oriented Comic Con Germany has stars listed on its program for every age group. Especially fans of the crime series Castle can look forward to the show. Besides headliner Nathan Fillion (Richard Castle) – also known for the short-lived but popular sci-fi series FireflyJohn Huertas (Det. Javier Esposito) and Seamus Dever (Det. Kevin Ryan) will also be visiting the convention. Male fans of James Bond can go back in time by meeting two Bond girls from the 70ies: Caroline Munro (The Spy Who Loved Me) and Corinne Cléry (Moonraker). More appealing to a younger generation is the cast from the sci-fi series The 100 that will be available for signing and photo sessions: Lindsey Morgan (Raven Reyes), Tasya Teles (Echo),Bob Morley (Bellamy Blake) and Richard Harmon (John Murphy). Many weeks before the official theatrical release of the comic screen adaptation Suicide Squad main cast member Karen Fukuhara (Katana) will make her appearance at  Comic Con Germany. Comic fans can further look forward to meet Brett Dalton (Grant Ward) from Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Flash actress Candice Patton (Iris West). Not known for one specific series but for many roles are the two actors Mark Dacascos (Hawaii Five-0 and Brotherhood of the Wolf) and Adrien Paul (from the TV show Highlander).

All actors and actresses are available on 25th as well as on 26th with the exception of one special event that will only take place on Saturday morning: FOX Networks Group will be presenting its new horror show Outcast during an exclusive screening and photo session with main cast member Phillip Glennister.

The full list of all the stars available during Comic Con Germany can be found on the official website An additional fee will be charged for signing and photo sessions – much like at US comic con shows. Prices for all the actors are as well available on the website too.

 Tickets are no longer available in advance through the Comic Con Germany website and can only be purchased on the day as well as online onTicketswap.