Motor City Comic Con: Walking Dead stars among headliners in Novi

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Michael Cudlitz, Alexandra Brekenridge and Seth Gilliam of The Walking Dead at the Motor City Comic Con

The Walking Dead TV show fans will have plenty of stargazing at this weekend' Motor City Comic Con.

Stars Michael Cudlitz, Seth Gilliam, Sonequa Martin-Green and Josh McDermitt are appearing at the show, as well as former cast members Alexandra Breckinridge and Jon Bernthal. 

Bernthal is now shining bright in season 2 of Netflix’s Daredevil after his character Shane died in season 2 of TWD. Meanwhile Breckinridge's character, Jessie, died this past season.

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Her character was ripped apart famously this season while trying to sneak through a mass of walkers.

"I blame Carol, she freaked him out," Breckenridge quipped to Jay Towers about her on-screen son Sam.

She also spoke about the fans and how they appreciate the show.

"People that come up, enjoy the character and the show and have only positive things to say," she said. "But they do hate Sam; sadly, he did get his whole family killed."

When it comes to fans taking the show sometimes too seriously, Seth Gilliam who plays Father Gabriel on the show can relate.

His character Fr. Gabriel struggled in season 5 before only recently coming into his own as a fighter and leader.

"Last year the fans were a little rough because they love the show and take it all very personally," Gilliam quipped. "If you do something that puts Rick or his group members in danger. But overall the fans have been very wonderful. They love the show, pay very close attention and treat the actors like members of the family."

Gilliam said he has been acting professionally since 1990 and performing since junior high school - starting with wanting to be a stunt man.

"But I wasn’t going to grow enough to be a stunt man," he joked.

Cudlitz who plays the former military soldier Abraham was back at the convention after his appearance at the convention last year.

"(I) love Detroit," Cudlitz said. "Fantastic."

He said he loves seeing fans of all ages.

"It's a strange phenomenon with the show and our audience. You have kids anywhere from 10, 12 years old, all the way up to their grandparents come together - and they get together to watch the show.

"They come out so they can say hi to us, there's nothing better than seeing a whole family come out and spend the day together."

The convention runs 10: 30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday May 14 and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday May 15 at the Suburban Collection Showplace on Grand River in Novi.  For more info: