All posts by Michae Jefferson

Jason Fabok

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Appearing:  Fri l Sat l Sun until 2:30

 

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 Jason Fabok Is a Canadian comic book artist. His works for DC comics include: Detective Comics, Justice League, Superman/Batman,  Forever Evil Arkham War and Batman The Dark Knight. He is currently working on Justice League vs Suicide Squad and Beyond.

Nicola Scott

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Panel/Sketch Duel

Saturday 4pm – Speaker Room 4

 

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Nicola Scott is an Australian comic book artist working in the American industry. With a history in theatre and costume design, Nicola started pursuing a comic’s career in 2001. She quickly became a fan-favorite working exclusively for DC Comics. 2016 saw the release of her creator-owned on-going series ‘Black Magick’ and DC’s ‘Wonder Woman: Year One’, both in collaboration with writer Greg Rucka.

Olivia De Berardinis

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 Native Californian Olivia De Berardinis has been painting professionally for four decades. Her work can be seen in galleries and magazines worldwide. From 1985 to 2016, Olivia’s pin-up paintings appeared in Playboy magazine, often with captions written by Hugh Hefner.

Chris Thomasma

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Chris Thomasma has done pin up work for indie comic books such as Katrina Hates the Dead, Sgt Sasquatch, and Nyobi. He is currently working on his own projects such as, Clarity Girl: Smick City Savior, Gente Adventures’ Mama Bear (one shot), and an currently untitled project with Insane Comics’ Demon’s writer, Tyler Carpenter.

 

Michael L. Peters

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Michael L. Peters is the author, illustrator and publisher of the graphic novel, “CRESCENT CITY MAGICK: Welcome to New Orleans” and is working on a sequel. He’s had previous comics work in Heavy Metal Magazine, Negative Burn (Desperado), Unbound (Image), Legends of Camelot (Caliber) and others. Peters regularly creates covers and illustrations for REH (Robert E. Howard):Two-gun Raconteur, self-publishes fantasy art prints and is portrait artist for Ferris State University, of Big Rapids, Michigan.

Herbert Jefferson Jr.

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Fri | Sat | Sun

Autograph $30

Photo Ops $50

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Herbert Jefferson Jr. is an American film, television, and stage actor. Raised in Jersey City, New Jersey, he graduated with honors from New York’s American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1969. He also trained at the HB Studio in New York, with William Hickey and Michael Becket, and at The Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg.
He is probably best known for his role as Lieutenant Boomer on the original Battlestar Galactica television series. Later, in the 1980 spin-off Galactica 1980, his character was promoted to Colonel, and had moved up in the chain of command to become the Executive Officer of the Galactica.
Jefferson also co-starred as merchant seaman Roy Dwyer in the award winning Novel for television Rich Man, Poor Man, its sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, and in other TV films such as the Emmy Award winning mini series drama The Law , with Judd Hirsch, as Jamaican defendant Maxwell Fall, and the Revolutionary War Novel for TV, The Bastard as Lucas, one of the legendary Minutemen, which is based on the best selling book by historical novelist John Jakes.
Jefferson also appeared as a guest star in the pilot episodes of both the 1982 TV series Knight Rider as Muntzy, an undercover police officer and partner of Michael Long (who becomes Michael Knight), and the 1984 pilot of the TV series Airwolf, as the Commander of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise.
His notable feature film credits include the award winning Ron Howard film Apollo 13 (1995), where he played a news reporter, and the Wolfgang Petersen film Outbreak (1995) as a doctor. He also appeared in two films starring football legend Jim Brown, Black Gunn (1972), as his brother, The Slams (1973), as his cell mate, and “Roger Corman”‘s “Private Duty Nurses” (1971), as activist Dr. Elton Sanders , which marked his feature film debut.
In 2015 he appeared in the cameo role of “Admiral Grant (Ben) Satterlee” in the TV pilot episode of “Star Trek: Renegades”. In 2007 he portrayed “Captain Gault”, a freedom fighter, in the Internet mini series Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, from the same independent production company.

Anthony Michael Hall

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Autograph $40

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Friday 2pm – Speaker Room 1  

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Anthony Michael Hall is an American actor born April 14, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts. He started out as a child actor, doing commercials. As a teenager he appeared in the John Hughes film “Sixteen Candles” which was his first major film role. He continued to act in other teen movies, usually cast as a geek. The most famous is probably “The Breakfast Club.” Hall went on to become the youngest cast member in the history of the long-running show “Saturday Night Live” from 1985 to 1986. As an adult, Hall was the lead character in his own TV series, “The Dead Zone,” based on the Stephen King novel. Hall has also worked behind the scenes as a producer and director of low-budget movies. Since his television show ended, Hall continues to work in both film and television. He appeared in the theatrical release “The Dark Knight” and in such TV shows as “CSI: Miami” and the cult-favorite “Community.”