Slideshow: 28 Celebrity Portraits From Wizard World’s 2010 Chicago Comic Con

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Ex-State of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich

CHICAGO – It was Chicago’s turn for Comic Con action the weekend of August 20th-22th, and even ex-Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich showed up to greet fans and sign autographs. Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, Lindsay Wagner, Micky Dolenz, John Savage and Linda Blair were also among the celebrities gracing the show.

Click “Next” and “Previous to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

  1. Comicon1: Claudia Wells, the original Jennifer in ‘Back to the Future,’ poses with an old friend at the Chicago Comic Con.
  2. Comicon2: Claudia Wells (Jennifer) and James Tolkan (Principal Strickland) celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘Back to the Future.’
  3. Comicon3: The Caped Crusader and ‘Family Guy’ Mayor, the great Adam West.
  4. Comicon4: Robin the Boy Wonder, Mr. Burt Ward.
  5. Comicon5: The Purrrr-fect Catwoman, Julie Newmar.
  6. Comicon6: The one and only Sarah Connor, Linda Hamilton.
  7. Comicon7: The Bionic Woman, Lindsay Wagner.
  8. Comicon8: Oscar Goldman, the Bionic sidekick, character actor Richard Anderson.
  9. Comicon9: John Savage of ‘The Deer Hunter’ and ‘Hair.’
  10. Comicon10: Hey, Hey, it’s a Monkee, drummer Micky Dolenz.
  11. Comicon11: Star of ‘Shaft,’ Richard Roundtree
  12. Comicon12: Linda Blair, still devilish, from ‘The Exorcist.’
  13. Comicon13: Of Dukes and Supermen: Actor John Schneider
  14. Comicon14: Claudia Wells and James Tolkan right after answering questions from fans about ‘Back to the Future.’
  15. Comicon15: Model and actress Angie Everhart.
  16. Comicon16: From ‘Terminator 3’ and ‘The L-Word,’ actress Kristanna Loken.
  17. Comicon17: Actress from The Twilight Saga, Julia Jones.
  18. Comicon18: My Fair Brady: Husband and Wife Christopher ‘Peter Brady’ Knight and Adrianne Curry.
  19. Comicon19: ‘What’s Happening!’ stars Ernest Thomas and Danielle Spencer.
  20. Comicon20: Actor Lorenzo Lamas of ‘Falcon Crest.’
  21. Comicon21: The original Wednesday Addams from the 1960s sitcom ‘The Addams Family,” Lisa Loring.
  22. Comicon22: Ian Ziering of the original ‘Beverly Hills, 90210.’
  23. Comicon23: Daniel Logan, the young Boba Fett from ‘Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.’
  24. Comicon24: Larry Thomas, the famed ‘Soup Nazi’ from ‘Seinfeld.’
  25. Comicon25: One of the original cast members of ‘Star Wars: A New Hope,’ Richard LeParmentier (Admiral Motti).
  26. Comicon26: Action star Vernon Wells, Wez in ‘Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.’
  27. Comicon27: Actress and model Sandra Taylor.
  28. Comicon28: Ex-State of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich

The HollywoodChicago.com interview of Claudia Wells is here, James Tolkan is here
and Linda Blair is here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Senior Staff Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2010 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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