The legendary Iron Fist is headed to Denver Comic Con. Fans are looking forward to meeting "Iron Fist" star Finn Jones at this year's con, June 30-July 2, 2017 at the Colorado Convention Center. Jones is best known for this role as Loras Tyrell from “Game of Thrones” and also appeared in the Doctor Who spinoff "The Sarah Jane Adventures." Currently, Jones is the mystic fist-wielding billionaire Daniel Rand in the newest Marvel Netflix shows “Iron Fist."
Denver fans packed in the popular downtown bar Brooklyn's to enjoy Breckenridge Brewery's annual Denver Comic Con beer release party last night; June 2, 2017. People were lined up over an hour before the doors opened for their shot at snagging one of the limited Denver Comic Con collector's pint glasses designed by Noah Eisenman. The cosplay was in full force with some fabulous "Guardians of the Galaxy" outfits, two Wonder Women, two Wolverines, a Hawkeye and so much more.
Denver Comic Con fans will be celebrating this Friday night, June 2, at Brooklyn's at the Pepsi Center in Downtown Denver starting at 8pm. At the event, Breckenridge Brewery will officially launch its 2017 Denver Comic Con beer "I AM BREWT!," at the annual beer release party. This annual event is always a great way to gear up for Denver Comic Con. Attendees will get a chance to show off their geekness with T-shirts and cosplay, making this a great event to test-drive any new costume.
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