ORGANISERS of the second Keighley Comic Con have unveiled details of celebrity guests and other attractions at the March 17 event.

The event will allow fans of sci-fi, fantasy and comics to mingle with dozens of costumed characters at Victoria Hall.

A spokesman said: “We’ll have special guest actors with us signing autographs and posing for selfies. Traders’ tables filled with geeky and hand-made products will fill the main hall.

“We’ll have displays, interactive attractions, acclaimed authors, film replica vehicles, superheroes, animals, and console gaming. Those who enjoy taking part in cosplay competitions are invited to visit dressed as their favourite character.”

Appearing will be Ross Mullan, who plays a White Walker in Game of Thrones, and Britain’s smallest man, Michael Henbury, from the Harry Potter movies and who played an Ewok in Star Wars

Path Of The Chosen, made up of husband and wife Sarah and Layne, will return following their popular debut last year with their Star Wars-themed Combat Academy teaching will how to use light sabres.

A host of writers will be at the Comic Con to talk about their work, answer questions and sign copies of their books.

They include the Keighley author Leesa DeVantier, who broke into the scene four years ago with well-received romance Forever More, then wrote the Darkness trilogy.

Also attending will be Lancaster science fiction writer JS Collyer, who began by writing short stories and went on to write three action-packed, character-driven sci-fi novels in the Orbit series.

Among the many traders will be Art Geek, run by Judi and his 15-year-old son Kyle with Asperger’s, selling art and collectables.

Parrots and Pirates will be at the Comic Con with their macaws Zeus and Inca for flying displays, animal handling and photo opportunities in aid of Cancer Research UK.

The Geek Asylum, a Facebook community were 28,000 members, will send some of its costumed members to the Comic Con.

Entertaining the crowds will be Rich Reynolds, a professional close-up magician who plans to perform miracles with playing cards, coins and banknotes.

Early bird tickets are £6, allowing entry at 10am, or pay on the door from 11am for £5 per adult, £3 for children aged five to 12.