Kapow! Comic Con 2012: BEING HUMAN And DOCTOR WHO Talent Appearing At TV Panel

The talent appearing at Sunday's TV panel has been announced, and it includes Doctor Who writer Tom MacRae, Being Human star Russell Tovey and more! Hit the jump for details.

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By Josh Wilding - 5/12/2012
The organisers behind next weekend's Kapow! Comic Convention have revealed that Doctor Who writer Tom MacRae will take part in the TV panel alongside actor Russell Tovey (Being Human, Sherlock), Adam Garcia (Threesome, House), actress and comedy writer Lucy Brown (Primeval) and comedian Tom Allen. They will discuss the relationship between writing sci-fi drama and comedy by asking the question, "How much is creating a joke like constructing a high concept narrative?"

In addition to comic-book panels with Marvel, DC, Image and Millarworld, other events taking place include An Audience with Nick Frost, Noel Clarke Q&A with exclusive footage from Storage 24, the creative team behind Batman: Arkham City from Rocksteady Studios, British writer and director Gareth Evans talking The Raid, two of Britain’s biggest comedians as Jimmy Carr interviews Frankie Boyle live about his love of geek culture plus the much loved TV personality and comic-book writer Jonathan Ross talking America’s Got Powers. More announcements will be made next week.

Tickets for KAPOW! 2012 are only available in advance and there will be no ticket sales on the door – please visit www.kapowcomicconvention.com to book now.

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SuperDude001 - 5/12/2012, 9:05 AM
Only heard of Russell Tovey which is kinda cool, but if I'm honest I think I'll be a bit disappointed by this year's Kapow
thetrojan - 5/12/2012, 9:37 AM
my kids really would like to go to a comic con ,but there just isnt any content for them......they are only eight years old ...but they are the future.

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