Its that time of the year New South Wales peeps as we head into this weekend’s Oz Comic Con in Sydney.

And its a stellar line up for all fans of the tv and film world whose stars range from Dr Who (Jenna Coleman & Catrin Stewart), Grimm (David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch who played Nick and Juliette respectively, Teen Wolf (Peter Hale played by Ian Bohen and Linden Ashby who played Sheriff Noah Stillnski), Vampire Diaries (Matt Davis), True Blood & American Horror Story (Denis O Hare), Pretty Little Liars (Keegan Allan), Game of Thrones (Tom Hooper), Mass Effect Trilogy (Mark Meer),  Wynonna Earp (heart throb Tim Rozon who plays Doc Holliday) and Jason Mama wants more Momoa who plays Aquaman also known for his role as Khal Drogo on Games of Thrones and Ronan Dex in Stargate Atlantis.

And Im not even halfway through the list of  yet.

The Literary and Artistic World get their chance too with the writers of ‘Birds Of Prey’, ‘Secret Six’, ‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Teen Titans’, ‘Superman’, My Little Pony artist, White tiger artist Kylie Chan, Author of the “Parrish Plessis” triology and the award-winning “Sentients of Orion” and “Peacemaker” series, Gathering and Greylands Author Isobella Charmody, Torn, Fly, Broken Line and Kid Phantom writer Andrew Constant, Kiwi Comic book writer and Impact Pro wrestler Michel Mulipola, Christopher Sequeira who wrote for Justice League Adventures for DC Entertainment, and Iron Man and X-Men stories for Marvel Entertainment, as well as Cthulhu: Deep Down Under (edited with Steve Proposch and Bryce Stevens), Illustrator on Eldritch Kid: Bone War Paul Mason and more.

Then there is cosplay stars who will be featuring in the dedicated cosplay area a Cosplay Photography Gallery, Cosplay Photographers, Change Room & Repair Station and more!,

A twitch workshop stage will be hosting cosplay and art shows while the Gaming Zone, Family Zone, Justice League area, Star Wars area, comic book zone and more will keep you and the family entertained.

Serials if you get bored there is something wrong with you.

Tickets are still available for the event with prices ranging from $20 for a child day pass to a platinum pass at $600 which includes access to the Friday Night function.