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We did a lot of podcasts and videos at Toronto Comic Con! We had a ton of fun hanging out with John Wesley Shipp, Manu Bennett, Karli Woods and more!

Live from Toronto Comic Con, the Con Stranger sits down with Holly Wolf! Holly is a the cosplayer guest for this convention but is also known for appearances in playboy and her gaming! She was an absolute delight and pleasure to talk to! Follow her on Facebook/Twittah/instagram at Holly Wolf or even goto!

Live from Toronto Comic Con, It's Megan Follows! Megan is a Canadian-American actress and voice artist best known to international audiences for her roles as Anne Shirley in the 1985 Canadian television miniseries Anne of Green Gables and two of its sequels and archive footage in Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning. From 2013 to 2017, she starred as Catherine de’ Medici in the television series Reign.

Dan gets to interview from Source Point Press, Kasey Pierce. Kasey Pierce is a sci-fi/horror author from the Metro Detroit area. Her latest work is sci-fi comic series, "Norah". (Source Point Press) Other credits include horror anthology, "Pieces of Madness". Also forewords and epilogues for author/illustrator, Joshua Werner and Marvel illustrator, Jay Fosgitt.

The Con Stranger meets Father Gabriel at Toronto Comic Con. Seth Gilliam is an American actor. He is best known for his portrayals of Ellis Carver on The Wire, Clayton Hughes on Oz, Dr. Alan Deaton on Teen Wolf, and Father Gabriel Stokes on The Walking Dead.

We finally get to sit down with Karli Woods. She was an absolute sweetheart and we hope that you follow her below:

Twitter: @itskarliwoods

Instagram: @itskarliwoods

John Wesley Shipp is an American actor known for his various television roles. He played the lead Barry Allen on CBS’s superhero series The Flash from 1990 to 1991, and Mitch Leery, the title character’s father, on the drama series Dawson’s Creek from 1998 to 2001. He portrays both Barry Allen’s father, Henry, and Jay Garrick/Flash on the current The Flash series on The CW network.

Dan sits down with Eugene at his table at Toronto Comic Con. Eugene Brave Rock is an actor best known for his role of “The Chief” in Wonder Woman (2017) starring Gal Gadot in the title role and  television including setting up boot camp for Native American Stunt performers featured in the Oscar award winning film “The Revenant”.

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