Win tickets to Armageddon
A Game of Thrones sword master, a near-immortal from Lost, and a home-grown celebrity from Star Wars are just three of the attractions at this year's Armageddon Expo.
Australasia's largest pop culture and gaming event is set to take over the ASB Showgrounds for four days this Labour Weekend and Auckland Now has five double passes to give away
The Armageddon Expo began in 1996 and, with more than 44,000 people attending last year, organisers expect this year's event to be bigger than ever.
An impressive line-up of celebrity guests will be there, ready to pose for photos with fans, including stars from iconic TV series and movies like True Blood and Tron.
The legendary Terry Molloy from the classic Doctor Who series will be there, along with New Zealand's Temuera Morrison; star of the Green Lantern, Once Were Warriors and Star Wars Episode 2.
From the ever-growing cult phenomenon Game of Thrones, Armageddon will welcome Finn Jones and Miltos Yerelemou.
And if it's Babylon 5 that is top of your must watch list, stars Mira Furlan, Patricia Tallman, Bruce Boxleitner and the show's creator himself, J. Michael Straczynski will all be there.
Other stars include Supernatural and Deadwood's Jim Beaver, Aldis Hodge (Leverage, Supernatural), Aron Eisenberg (Star Trek Deep Space Nine), Sebastian Roché (Supernatural, Fringe, Vampire Diaries), Sandahl Bergman (Conan the Barbarian), Mark Pellegrino (Supernatural, Lost, Being Human, Dexter), Cindy Morgan (Tron, Caddy Shack), Christopher Judge (Stargate SG1) and Christopher Heyerdahl (Twilight, True Blood, Supernatural, Stargate Atlantis)
Stars of manga, anime and cartoon creation will also feature.
Armageddon Expo 2012
October 19 - 22 at ASB Showgrounds, Auckland
To be in to win one of five double passes simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and phone number by Friday, October 5, with Armageddon in the subject line, and Like us on Facebook.
Winners will be notified the following week.
- Auckland Now
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