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Warner’s TV to Invade ComicCon

Stars from 11 series to show up for autograph signings, panels and screenings.

Warner Bros. TV is making a big push at next month’s ComicCon in San Diego. Stars from 11 shows will be showing up for panel discussions, screenings, media appearances and autograph signings.

Among them: “Chuck’s” star Zachary Levi and creator Josh Schwartz; “Eastwick’s” Rebecca Romijn; “Fringe’s” Josh Jackson; and “V’s” Scott Wolf and Elizabeth Mitchell.

In addition, Warner Bros. Entertainment will have a nearly 3,000-square-foot, two-story booth on the convention floor with “Harry Potter” giveaway items and a re-creation of the fort from “Where the Wild Things Are.”

Special screenings also will be held, including an episode of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” featuring the voice of Neil Patrick Harris and the pilots of midseason action-adventure series “Human Target” (based upon a DC Comics graphic novel), a reimagining of the groundbreaking miniseries “V” and new drama “The Vampire Diaries,” based upon the bestselling book series by L.J. Smith.

Following, the series and stars attending from Warner’s TV:
“The Big Bang Theory”: Johnny Galecki (“Roseanne”), Jim Parsons (“Garden State”), Kaley Cuoco (“Charmed”), executive producer Chuck Lorre (“Two and a Half Men”) and more
“Chuck”: Zachary Levi (upcoming “Alvin and the Chipmunks”), Yvonne Strahovski (upcoming “I Love You Too”), executive producer Josh Schwartz (“Gossip Girl”) and more
“Eastwick”: Rebecca Romijn (“X-Men”), Lindsay Price (“Lipstick Jungle”), Jaime Ray Newman (“Veronica Mars”) and more
“Fringe”: Anna Torv (“The Pacific”), Josh Jackson (“Shutter”), John Noble (“The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”) and more
“Human Target”: Mark Valley (“Fringe”), Chi McBride (“Pushing Daisies”), Jackie Earle Haley (“Watchmen,” “Nightmare on Elm Street”) and more
“Past Life”: Kelli Giddish (“Damages”), Nicholas Bishop (“Above the Law”), Ravi Patel (“Scrubs”) and executive producer David Hudgins (“Friday Night Lights”)
“Smallville”: Erica Durance (“House of the Dead”), Justin Hartley (“Gemini Division”), Cassidy Freeman (“Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee”) and more
“Supernatural”: Misha Collins (“24”), Jim Beaver (“Deadwood”), executive producer Eric Kripke and more
“V”: Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”), Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”) and executive producers Scott Peters (“The 4400”), Jeffrey Bell (“Angel,” “Alias”) and more
“The Vampire Diaries”: Ian Somerhalder (“Lost”), Paul Wesley (“Killer Movie), Nina Dobrev (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”), executive producer Kevin Williamson (“Scream”) and more
“Batman: The Brave and the Bold”: Voice of Batman Diedrich Bader (“Surf’s Up”) and more