I am a Muggle.

I am proud to be a Muggle.

Don’t know what a Muggle is? Don’t feel too bad, I had to Google it.

A Muggle in the Harry Potter book series is someone, like me, who “lacks any sort of magical ability and was not born into the magical world.”

I suspect there will be a fair number of mortals coming in by car, plane, rocket ships and time machines this weekend as Wizard World sets up shop Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Cleveland Convention Center with daily tickets ranging from $45 to $55.

Let’s take a look at what promises to be a very geeky weekend.

The show’s headliner is actor Chris Hemsworth (aka Thor) who is returning to the scene of the crime where he along with his fellow superheroes tore apart the streets of Cleveland not too long ago for an Avengers movie.

Hemsworth will be at the convention center on Saturday to sign autographs, pose for photos and also conduct a Q&A panel.

Thor’s hammer not enough?

Directors and Clevelanders Joe and Anthony Russo will greet hometown fans on Friday and Saturday. They have produced and directed many critically acclaimed TV shows including Arrested Development and Community. The brothers’ most recent work includes directing Captain America: The Winter Soldier for Marvel. They are finishing up work on Captain America: Civil War and will direct Avengers Infinity War Part I and II.

Arriving via TARDIS will be Matt Smith, the English actor who played the 11th doctor on Doctor Who.

Last weekend at a Wizard World in Portland, Ore., Smith sent social media feeds soaring when he did a karaoke version of the Doctor Who theme song. He will be joined by Karen Sheila Gillan, who played Amy Pond, the eleventh doctor’s companion.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be represented by Chloe Bennet, who plays Daisy “Skye” Johnson, and Elizabeth Henstridge, who portrays Jemma Simmons.

Freddy Krueger’s Robert Englund of Nightmare on Elm Street fame will also be in town. This will mark a homecoming of sorts for Englund, who spent time in Medina filming Fear Clinic in 2013.

Actor Corbin Bernsen may be best known for his roles on L.A. Law and Psych.

But in Northeast Ohio, he will forever be remember as prima dona Cleveland Indians third basemen Roger Dorn in Major League. Bernsen also spent a lot of time in the Akron area producing, directing and acting in the movie 25 Hill about Akron’s All-American Soap Box Derby.

As a kid who grew up in the ’70s, I would like to meet Henry Winkler (The Fonz) or Larry Wilcox (officer Jon Baker on CHiPS).

For more information, visit wizardworld.com.