“This Is the Way” – Emily Swallow of ‘The Mandalorian’ Is Heading to Rhode Island Comic Con


Actress Emily Swallow has been announced as a guest for Rhode Island Comic Con 2021! RICC will be held November 5-7 at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin Donuts Center.

Swallow is best known for her roles as The Armorer on The Mandalorian and Amara aka The Darkness, God’s sister, on the series Supernatural. She will be at the show on Saturday, November 6 and Sunday, November 7 for autographs ($40), pro photo ops ($55), and selfies at her table ($40).

She joins previously announced guest Chandler Riggs of The Walking Dead who will be in attendance all three days of the show doing autographs ($60) and pro photo ops ($85).

Tickets for the fall show can be purchased now, options include a VIP weekend package, and weekend and individual day passes for both children and adults. Children under 6 are free to attend.

There are many more guests are still to be announced. Stay tuned for more!

Kaity started with Harry Potter in second grade and it’s been a losing battle ever since, or maybe a winning one ... She lives in New England with a small herd of cats, two dogs, three chinchillas, and one daughter. You can definitely find her either watching anime, reading manga, or playing the same five video games over and over again. Contact: kaity@nerdsandbeyond.com

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