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Fallout's Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, and Aaron Moten are coming to New York Comic Con 2024

The three actors will be signing and taking photos at the pop culture saturnalia this October

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Don't miss New York Comic Con 2024, happening in October 17 through 20. Popverse will be there all four days, immersing ourselves in the pop culture party full of vendors, events, and celebrities from the worlds of comics, movies, TV, gaming, and more. Buy tickets now!

The Ghoul is coming to New York — and he’s not coming alone. Walton Goggins, who plays the Ghoul in Prime Video’s hit video game adaptation Fallout, is coming to New York Comic Con this October, and he’ll be accompanied by the two other leads of the show, Ella Purnell and Aaron Moten (Lucy and Maximus, respectively). The three actors will be doing autographs, photo ops, and enjoying life at the Javits Center, with all three available on Friday October 18, and Purnell and Moten also available Thursday October 17.

This is good news for Popverse Superfans who’ll be attending NYCC, because as always, Superfans will get first dibs on photo-ops and autograph reservations at the show, with the Superfan presale opening up July 16. Those of you who aren’t Superfans yet but would like to be, don’t worry! You can, of course, become a Superfan right here. (Beyond early access to photo ops and autographs with survivors of nuclear apocalypse, there are plenty of other reasons to sign up as well, as you’ll see at that link.)

Goggins, Purnell, and Moten will join already-announced guests Hayley Atwell, Josh Brolin, and Paul Bettany at the largest annual celebration of all things pop culture in the U.S., bringing a suitable level of dystopian glamor to the event — but what else should we expect from veterans of such projects as Justified and The Righteous Gemstones (Goggins), Yellowjackets and Star Trek: Prodigy (Purnell), and Disjointed and The Night Of (Moten)?

New York Comic Con 2024 runs October 17 through 20 in the Javits Center, New York City. Tickets are still available for Thursday, Friday, and Sunday.

Get ready to get out of your Vault and into the Fallout world - with our help, of course. Here is a guide to the Fallout timeline, how to play and watch all of Fallout, details on the Fallout cast, how the Fallout cast & crew really get the harsh humor we're looking for, as well as a Q&A with Fallout showrunners Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner.

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