Recently, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre hosted the annual Supanova Pop Culture Convention. Supanova has been running in Perth for a number of years now, and each year the lineup gets better and better.
The event is a chance for fans, stars and exhibitors to come together and share their love of all things entertainment.
This year the lineup included stars such as:
James Marsters, who played Spike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer;
For the kids, there was a visit from Hex and Bajo, hosts of ABC’s Good Game, promoting their new book: Pixel Raiders (coming soon to the library);
and Jason David Frank who played the white and green rangers in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
More bookish fans had the opportunity to meet authors and graphic novel artists including:
Ian Irvine, Australian fantasy author and marine scientist was in attendance providing autograph signings of some of his books;
By far, one of my favourite things about Supanova is the passion displayed by the fans and the time and effort that they put into their costumes! Here’s some photos I took at Supanova:
To keep up to date with your pop culture knowledge, come into the library and borrow a new TV series, the latest Marvel movies, some of our fantastic Graphic Novels, or even a copy of Film Ink magazine.