04.16.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Valentino has worked in the industry as writer, artist, and publisher for several decades. He's known for his work at Marvel on the Guardians of the Galaxy and the What If....? series. Valentino, along with other creators, left Marve in the early 90's to form Image Comics where Valentino published his Shadowhawk series and created the Shadowline Imprint for Image. Valentino also served as Image's Publisher for several years and saw the release of wildly popular title The Walking Dead.
04.14.2015 Celebrity Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Koenig played Ensign Pavel Chekov, navigator on the USS Enterprise, in the original Star Trek television series and in all of the movies featuring the original cast (including Star Trek Generations).
After Chekov, Koenig had a starring role as Psi Cop Alfred Bester on the television series Babylon 5.
04.09.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Artist / Writer / Editor Larry Hama has worked on many iconic titles for several decades. He is known for his work on GI Joe, Wolverine, Conan the Barbarian, The 'Nam, and many others!
Hama earned an unexpected female following for G.I. Joe by writing strong female characters (Cover Girl, Lady Jaye, Scarlett) who fought equally along their male counterparts. The title was also praised for unusually positive representations of minorities in a children’s series for the time.
04.07.2015 Celebrity Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Reggie Lee, is a Filipino-American stage, film, and television actor. He played William Kim on the show Prison Break and also appeared as Tai Huang in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, and Lance Nguyen in The Fast and the Furious. He’s also starred in The Dark Knight Rises, No Ordinary Family, and he is currently playing the role of Sergeant Wu on NBC's Grimm!
04.03.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Laura Allred is the 2012 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Winner - Best Colorist for iZombie (DC Comics/Vertigo) and Madman All-New Giant-Size Super-Ginchy Special (Image). Allred often collaborates with her husband Michael Allred and is known for other works such as Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four, X-Statix, Batman '66 and many others. Allred is considered to be one of the best colorists in the industry and is often the top choice by publishers to work on their properties.
04.02.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Allred is known for his wildly popular MADMAN series, which is currently being developed for a live action film with filmmaker Robert Rodriguez. His earlier work from GRAFIK MUZIK was turned into the cult hit movie G-Men from Hell.
His style is often compared to pop-art, as well as commercial and comic art of the 1950s and 1960s and can be seen in his other works which include runs on X-Force, X-Statix, Fantastic Four (FF), Silver Surfer, and Batman '66 just to name a few. Most recently Allred has gained even more success with the launch of the comic iZombie which has been turned into a hit television series.
03.31.2015 Celebrity Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Known internationally for his creation of the character Zach The Black Ranger from the Children's Action Adventure Phenomenon "The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". His other credits include: The Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning police drama "The Shield", the top-rated series drama "CSI", and the long running comedy hit "Moesha" to name a few.
03.24.2015 Celebrity Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Ron B.
Nichelle Nichols began her professional singing and dancing career in her home town, Chicago, at the tender age of 14. As a teenager she was discovered by the great Duke Ellington, who hired her to choreograph and perform a ballet for one of his musical suites, and finished the tour as his lead singer. Nichelle has performed in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, including guest artist with Lionel Hampton’s band.
When Nichelle was cast by Gene Roddenberry to create Chief Communications Officer Lt. Uhura, fourth in command of the Starship Enterprise, in his legendary TV series Star Trek – in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King – it became “The first non-stereotypical role portrayed by a black woman in television history.” Nichelle subsequently co-starred in six blockbuster Star Trek motion pictures.