Tens of thousands of movie, comic and film fans turned out to see stars of the big and small screen at the Memorabilia and Comic Con show.
James Bond star Richard Kiel, who was charging £20 for an autograph, was among the stars who turned out for the convention at the NEC on Saturday and Sunday.
Ian Weatherhogg from Wolverhampton had his picture taken with Kiel who played Jaws in the James Bond films.
The 44-year-old, who was with sons Jesse, 21 and Liam, 17, said: “The kids came to get their comics and I came to see Richard. I wanted to meet him as when we were growing up I loved James Bond.”
Simon Greenaway from Bloxwich-based Sigma Arts was exhibiting as part of the Replica Prop Forum.
The 25-year-old who lives in Great Wyrley said: “I do the Predator replicas. I’ve come here for the last three years, it’s a great event.”
Former Quadrophenia and EastEnders actor Phil Daniels and Jamie Foreman who played EastEnder villain Derek Branning charged £15 for an autograph. Daniels said: “It’s nice to see so many people.”