Category Archives: Comic Guests

Jason Fabok

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Appearing: 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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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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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 R

Olivia De Berardinis

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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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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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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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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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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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.

Dave Gibbons

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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Dave Gibbons established himself in underground comics and fanzines in
Britain before becoming a frequent contributor to the seminal 2000AD,
illustrating Harlem Heroes, Dan Dare and co-creating Rogue Trooper. Since
then, he has drawn and written for most comics publishers on both sides of
the Atlantic. His work has encompassed Dr Who, Superman, Batman, Green
Lantern, Captain America, Dr Strange, Hulk, Predator and Aliens. With writer
Frank Miller he co-created Give Me Liberty and Martha Washington Goes To
War. Watchmen, his collaboration with writer Alan Moore, is the best-selling
graphic novel ever published and became a major motion picture. His
autobiographical graphic novel The Originals won an Eisner Award. His recent
work has involved consultancy on motion books for the MADEFIRE app and other ground-breaking storytelling technologies.

 

Allen Bellman

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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Allen Bellman was born in Manhattan and studied at the High School of Industrial Arts. He eventually became a staff artist at Timely during the Golden Age of comics. While still a teenager, he did the backgrounds for Syd Shores’ Captain America in 1942, and eventually worked on titles such as: The Patriot, The Destroyer, The Human Torch, Jap Buster Johnson and Jet Dixon of the Space Squadron, All Winners Comics, Marvel Mystery, Sub Mariner Comics, Young Allies, and so much more.
 
He also had a self-created back-up crime feature Let’s Play Detective and contributed to pre-Code horror, crime, war and western tales for Atlas. He worked in the comics field until the early 1950s.
 
After 18 years he moved down to South Florida where he joined the art department of a major daily newspaper, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel and later went into photography. He won many nationwide photography contests, winning out of more than 20,000 entries. Hundreds of his photos have appeared in hardcover books, have been on exhibit in museums in Florida, and received great reviews in numerous newspapers. Bellman still attends many comic books shows, and is still available for commissions.

Tim Bradstreet

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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Inkpot Award-winning and Eisner Award nominated artist Tim
Bradstreet is a self- taught illustrator/designer who’s career
spans the genre at large in the Role- Playing/Video Game,
Comic book, Book Publishing and Film Industries.
Bradstreet is primarily known for his work on White Wolf’s
Vampire: The Masquerade, and for his long tenures as cover
artist for The Punisher, The Punisher MAX, and John
Constantine: Hellblazer. He continues to be a “go-to” cover
artist with recent credits that include covers for the new series,
PESTILENCE (AfterShock), various cover assignments for
Marvel Comics, including frequent cover work for Marvel’s
Hip-Hop Variants. Other recent work includes series cover
artist for John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight, as well as
the Asylum series for Storm King.
Bradstreet partnered up with actor Thomas Jane in 2004 to
form RAW Studios|RAW Entertainment. Together they
create and develop projects for comics and film such as Bad
Planet (with Steve Niles), Alien Pig Farm 3000 (with Todd
Farmer), and The Lycan (With Mike Carey), and Alien Worlds
(with Bruce Jones).
On the film side, Tim has worked as a concept and graphic
designer (Blade II with Guillermo del Toro), a lead artist (Anne
Frank, The Punisher Extended Cut), an illustrator (AMC’s The
Walking Dead), and as a production/visual designer (Thomas
Jane’s Dark Country (2009), and A Magnificent Death From A
Shattered Hand – In development).
Bradstreet has over 30 years experience in comics and film as
an illustrator, graphic designer, lead artist, conceptual artist,
production designer, creative producer, and marketing
strategist.

Darryl Banks

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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Darryl Banks is from Columbus, Ohio, and a graduate of the Columbus Collage of Art and Design with a bachelor’s degree. He began his comics career in 1989, working for various independent comic companies such as Innovation and Millennium Publishing.

Darryl worked on titles such as Doc Savage:Man of Bronze, The Wild Wild West and Justice Machine. In 1993 he started working with DC Comics on Legion of Superheros and later on Green Latern. Co- creating Kyle Rayner Green Lantern,Parallax, and other characters was a great honor and challenge for Darryl’s costume design skills. In addition to various other projects for DC, his work includes Captain America and the X-Men for Marvel,Tomb Raider: Epiphany from Top Cow, GI Joe Reloaded for Devil’s Due Publishing,Johnnie Zombie for Midgard Comics and covers to Moonstone’s Phantom series.

In August 2011 , Darryl Banks , Ron Marz and Terry Austin were reunited for the Green Latern Retroactive 1990’s issue for DC Comics. Darryl also does concept art and toy design. Clients include Hawthorne Village collectibles, Hasbro, Filsinger Games, VanBreed Studios and many others.

 

Kenneth Rocafort

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Appearing: Fri l Sat l Sun

 

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Kenneth Rocafort is currently an illustrator, concept designer and cover artist.  He is known for the following works in the comic industry:  The Ultimates, Inhumans vs. X-Men (Marvel); Teen Titans, Superman, Batman Black and White, Red Hood And The Outlaws, Action Comics (DC Comics); Hunter Killer, Madame Mirage, Velocity (Top Cow) and
more.  Rocafort is also known in the industry for his odd paneling layouts, character design and his daily sketchbook Mitografia.