Wizard World Chicago 2008 Slideshow: The Images of All the Action

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CHICAGOWizard World Chicago 2008 takes place from June 26 to June 29, 2008 in Chicago. The jam-packed program promises to be the largest Wizard World Chicago in history. Here are the images to take you right into all the action. All images are credited to Wizard Entertainment.

Wizard World, which is the convention division of Wizard Entertainment, is a four-city tour that brings the best in comics, film, TV, anime and collectibles to Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago and Texas. Wizard Entertainment is an industry leader in the comic book and collectibles market.

Captions and direct links to each image in our 2008 Wizard World Chicago slideshow are below. Our June 26, 2008 pre-show coverage on Wizard World Chicago can be found here.

  1. wizardworld1.jpg: “Batman: Gotham Knight”

  • wizardworld2.jpg: Brian Michael Bendis
  • wizardworld3.jpg: The creators of Image Comics
  • wizardworld4.jpg: Missy Peregrym from TV’s “Reaper” and “Heroes”
  • wizardworld5.jpg: From left to right: Dino Stamatopoulos (“Late Night with Conan O’Brien”), Chicago’s Scott Adsit (“30 Rock” and Second City) and Chris McKay of “Morel Orel”
  • wizardworld6.jpg: “Batman: Gotham Knight”
  • wizardworld7.jpg: “Batman: Gotham Knight”
  • wizardworld8.jpg: “Batman: Gotham Knight”
  • wizardworld9.jpg: “Secret Invasion” by Brian Michael Bendis
  • wizardworld10.jpg: “Stare Wars: The Clone Wars”
  • wizardworld11.jpg: Warren Ellis
  • wizardworld12.jpg: ORESKABAND

    HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Dustin Levell

    By DUSTIN LEVELL
    Senior Staff Writer
    HollywoodChicago.com
    dustin@hollywoodchicago.com

    © 2008 Dustin Levell, HollywoodChicago.com

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