Super exciting news on the Con front. Outlander will be in attendance at the Wizard World Chicago, August 23-26. And if that wasn't exciting enough there will be an awesome photo experience.
Apparently a replica prop company, Experience Entertainment, will be bringing a complete Outlander fan experience and attendees will be able to have your photos with cast member at Craigh na Dun! This will be at an extra cost but talk about FANtastic.
Mark your calendar's Outlander fans because Cait, Sam, Sophie and Richard will all be in attendance at NYCC. And I'm going to bet because it is a month (or so) shy of the return of Outlander to our TVs that there will be some big stuff happening at this Con.
I wouldn't be surprised if they showed attendees the first episode of the season. I'm so jealous.
Even though this is great news, know that Outlander will not be at SDCC this year. Outlander typically is in attendance but because of scheduling and probably the amount of time between SDCC and November they just won't be there.
I don't know about you but periodically my mind wanders back to the Outlander season three finale and I wonder: Why didn't they tells us who survived the shipwreck? So I thought I'd pose some questions I know I'd like addressed or have possibly been address on Twitter.
1. Did everyone survive the shipwreck?
Jamie and Claire washed up on shore alive only to be found by a couple who tell them they are in the Colonies. But when last Claire came up from below deck of the Artemis; Young Ian, Fergus, Marsali and the rest of the crew were on board. So did these people survive? Did you rescue Young Ian only to let him die at sea? Are Fergus and Marsali going to be able to build a life together?
I'm thinking they are fine because the Fraser's do have amazing luck and it would seem really wrong to build up some of these characters, bring them all this way only to leave them in season three.
With Jamie and Claire coming to the American Colonies that means Native Americans. So more than 100 First Nation Canadians have gone to Scotland to play a number of speaking roles for the upcoming season (and probably more).
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