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  • Special Guest:Art Baltazar

    Famous Cartoonist, ART BALTAZAR is the creative force behind The New York Times Best Selling, Eisner Award Winning DC Comics' TINY TITANS, Co-Writer for Billy Batson and the Magic of SHAZAM, Young Justice, Green Lantern Animated (Comic), and Artist/Co-Writer for the awesome TINY TITANS/Little ARCHIE crossover and the new SUPERMAN FAMILY ADVENTURES!!! Art is one of the founders of AW YEAH COMICS comic shop! Aw Yeah living the dream! He stays home and draws comics and never has to leave the house! He lives with his lovely wife, Rose, big boy Sonny, little boy Gordon, and little girl Audrey! AW YEAH MAN!


  • Special Guest: Katie Cook

    Katie Cook is the writer of the #1 "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" comic series. She's also well known for her work in the Star Wars universe. She worked on the Clone Wars webcomic for and has contributed many craft and "How to Draw Star Wars" tutorials for the site as well. She's worked on licenses ranging from DC Comics, Marvel COmics, Lord of the Rings, Heroes and more for comics and the trading card industry.


  • Special Guest: Franco

    Franco currently resides in New York. He spends most of his time in his Batcave like studio and emerges occasionally to yell at people and stuff. He is the creator, artist and writer of Weirdsville and the co-creator and writer of Patrick the Wolf Boy. Recently he has worked on titles for DC Comics including but not limited to AW YEAH COMICS, SUPERMAN FAMILY ADVENTURES, YOUNG JUSTICE, BILLY BATSON and the MAGIC of SHAZAM, GREEN LANTERN the animated series, and the New York Times bestseller, multi Eisner award winning series TINY TITANS…Aw Yeah!


  • Special Guest: Fred Hembeck

    Fred Hembeck discovered comic books at age six when his dad brought home a used copy of Spooky The Tuff Little Ghost. Superman followed, and then the Fantastic Four soon after, causing Li'l Freddy to want to grow up to be a cartoonist in the worst way! Which is pretty much how the folks in NYC years later judged his initial efforts. Down but not out, he took several decades knowledge of comics reading, created a self-caricature as a vessel to impart said info into a series of humorous cartoons, submitted them to a few late-seventies era fanzines, and the rest, as they say, is history. Fred went on to have a series of several collection published by Fantaco Enterprises, a gag strip featured on DC Comic's Daily Planet promo page, over 100 installments of Hembeck's Page in Marvel Age, hosted the Fantastic Four Roast, and of course, presided over the infamous Fred Hembeck Destroys The Marvel Universe! Over the past several decades, Fred has brought his corny jokes and squiggly knees to nearly every comics company extant, big and small, most recently in IDW's Mars Attacks and Boom's Garfield series. And of course, there's Image Comics' 900 plus page career spanner, The Nearly Complete Essential Hembeck Omnibus Archives. The artist lives in upstate New York with wife Lynn and daughter Julie, as well as on the internet at, Facebook, and eBay--stop by and say "hi"!


  • Special Guest: Rudy Nebres

    Rudy Nebres is a Bronze Age legend. Rudy's gorgeous pencil and ink work can be found in many of the seminal titles of the 1970s such as Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, Dr. Strange, Conan the Barbarian, The Savage Sword of Conan, and Vampirella.


    Rudy Nebres on Comicbook DB

  • Special Guest:Joe Staton


  • Special Guest: Tim Truman

  • Special Guest: Lee Weeks

    Lee, the subject of Tomorrow Publishing’s “Modern Masters: Volume 17”, has been creating comics for all the major companies for over twenty years; a list of credits includes Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Gambit, X-men, and a memorable run on Daredevil for Marvel, Batman Chronicles: Gauntlet for DC, Tarzan v Predator, and storyboard work for the 90’s Superman animated series. Currently, Lee has one project he can't yet talk about and one he can: the latter being a return to Daredevil – this time as artist and writer. He continues to look forward to someday soon producing Christian comics that explore the Jewish roots of his faith in Yeshua, a topic discussed in Modern Masters.

    Lee also knows more than a few really good card tricks (and never goes anywhere without a deck!)


    Lee Weeks' Comic Art Fans Gallery

    Modern Masters Volume 17: Lee Weeks

  • Action Lab Comics

    Action Lab Entertainment was founded in 2010 by a group of independent comic creators with the sole intent to bring the world the most action packed, thought-provoking, entertaining comics available, thereby ushering in a new age of world peace under the dominating, yet benign control of the Action Lab. Action Lab Entertainment is the public front for all the activities of the Action Lab and its members. Although most of the Action Lab’s activities remain classified, Action Lab Entertainment can disclose that two of its many functions are the marketing of comic books through various sales outlets, and the expansion of their domination into other mediums. Action Lab also received two Eisner nominations in 2012 for its critically-acclaimed comic Princeless, and has been praised for its diverse library of titles, including Double Jumpers, Fracture, and The Order of Dagonet. And now they'll be bringing their assortment of comic books, original graphic novels and other goodies to Super Show with tables being manned by Shawn Pryor (Action Lab VP/Project Manager) and Chad Cicconi (Artist of Fracture, NFL Rush Zone).


  • Angry Gnome Comics

    Shawn and Stephanie Gabborin are a husband and wife creative team. In 2005 they started self publishing horror comics under Angry Gnome Comics. Over the past eight years, Shawn (writing) and Stephanie (rocking the art), have brought their own brand of horror to life in their titles Victor Season and Palm Reader. Through their comic Short Stack, a horror anthology, they have published art by over 80 artists from around the world. Shawn has also had his writing published in Heavy Metal Magazine and 2012: Final Prayers. In addition, Shawn is a founding member of Action Lab Entertainment and works as Editor-In-Chief (not to mention writer of the superhero series Fracture) for the awesomeness that is A.L.E.


  • Joshua Andrew Belanger

    Joshua Andrew Belanger lives and works out of his studio in Southern New Hampshire. Collecting comics and conspiracy theories, he spends the night illustrating for bands, magazines, books, skate decks, gig posters, and graphic novels, but the day walking his hound dog around the battle torn foothills of the White Mountains. Raised by Wolverine and Todd McFarlanes Spawn, his illustrations focus on high action and intensity with focus on the narrative. Freelance for over a decade, Joshua strives to hone his craft and achieve illustration transcendence, through alien abduction... or hard work, which ever comes first. His frequently updated portfolio can be seen at:


  • Avery Butterworth

    Avery Butterworth is a Florida-based Graphic Illustrator. His clients include Shadowline/Image, White Wolf Gaming, Heavy Metal and Red Scream Magazine. He is currently working on two new projects with Andrew Charipar including a supernatural Crime Noir OGN and an all-New take on the Brothers Thor and Loki… more coming soon.


  • Jim Calafiore

    After breaking in to big time comics at Valiant on X-O MANOWAR and ARMORINES, Jim Calafiore has spent extended time at both DC and Marvel, notably on Peter David's AQUAMAN, and EXILES respectively. He returned to DC in 2007 for GOTHAM UNDERGROUND, and continued contributing regularly to the various BATMAN books. He followed that with an extended run on the critically acclaimed SECRET SIX, working with Gail Simone. Currently he's reunited with Gail for a new self published, Kickstarter funded project, LEAVING MEGALOPOLIS.


  • Andrew Charipar

    Founder of Misfit Corner Press, creator of the sci-fi crime/drama Tales From The Cornerstone and Co-Creator of the sci-fi/military comic Agents of C.O.L.T., Andrew has contributed his animated artistic touch to a numbers of projects on all levels. He is currently working on new projects, including a Misfit Corner Kids comics line and a new Agents of C.O.L.T. series.


  • Danielle Corsetto

    Danielle is the brains and boobs behind the hit webcomic Girls With Slingshots an ongoing dramedy that updates five times a week and features two girls, a bar, and a talking cactus. She was also the artist/writer on The New Adventures of Bat Boy for the Weekly World News. Danielle hails from West Virginia and may be heard singing "Country Roads" loudly at the pub after the show.


  • Keith W. Cunningham

    Keith W. Cunningham was born at a very young age. It seemed like the thing to do. Currently he is a comic creator, animator, actor, and filmmaker based out of Pennsylvania (at least until the heat blows over). In addition to being a member of L.O.I. Studios, Keith is currently in the process of developing multiple comic book and film projects and is co-host of The Trip. He loves Mountain Dew, Chinese food, movies and comic books. Follow all of his adventures at:


  • Scott Derby

    Scott Derby is an illustrator and cartoonist living in the greater Philadelphia area. He has been a featured artist on, and has participated numerous group art shows at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, with more shows planned at Gallery 1988 and LTD Gallery, among others. He has also done work for Bloomberg Businessweek, in addition to recently having his art featured in episodes of NBC’s “30 Rock.”


  • Dutchy Digest

    Don't be afraid of the Amish looking guys! That's just Steven Hager and Bruce Rosenberger, the "creative team" behind Dutchy Digest, which features the adventures of the Pennsylvania Dutch Detective, Amos Dingledorffer. Since 2004, the team has been able to put out three regular issues of Dutchy Digest, and six Free Comic Book Day issues (what can we say, our artist is as slow as molasses!) With any luck, issue four will debut at the Super Show!


  • Bill Ellis

    Bill Ellis is the artist behind the online comic All New Issues. Along with his girlfriend, Dani O'Brien, who he tricked into writing, they tell the story of Jason, Todd, and Robyn, three people trying to make their lives work despite having no money and strange friendships. He lives in NJ with Dani, and is a member of the Wildpig Comics crew.


  • Chris Flick

    Chris graduated from Radford University in 1991 with a graphic design and commercial illustration degree, did a bunch of graphic related odd jobs and eventually wound up in an advertising agency where he taught himself html. Since then, he got married, had two kids, rescued a couple of stray cats and created a comic strip for called “CMX Suite” that ran for five years. Somewhere in all of this, his unpublished college graphic novel stayed in his brain and eventually he warped that idea into a humor strip, added a crazy werewolf and before he knew it, in 2007, Capes & Babes was officially born. The stray cats have since passed away and Chris’ house is now overrun with three dogs. Chris continues to write and illustrate Capes and Babes three times a week, attends numerous conventions along the east coast and Chris has recently joined the Webcomic Comic Alliance ( as a contributing member. Chris wants everyone to know he desperately tried to keep this bio down to two short paragraphs. Chris also wants everyone to know he hates everyone who refers to themselves in third person with a heated passion. Chris will be kicking off the THIRD volume of the Capes & Babes collection called "THAT'S Why You Can't Print FLICK" at the show! You can read Capes & Babes three times a week at


  • Brendon and Brian Fraim

    Brendon and Brian Fraim have worked on the first series of THE WAITING PLACE from Slave Labor Graphics as well as KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER TABLE Magazine, the spin-off comic book KODT: ILLUSTRATED for 38 issues and hundreds of illustrations for Kenzer's HACKMASTER Role-Playing game. Another RPG company they work for is Hero Games and their CHAMPIONS RPG systems. They illustrated the Harvey Award nominated ANTIQUES: The Comic Strip and drew the comic book sections in the Random House novel, WOLF BOY. They drew THE ODD SQUAD published by Devil's Due, drew the three issue series VAMPIRE, PA from Moonstone and the cover to the 2010 Free Comic Book Day OVERSTREET comic from Gemstone. They also drew the web comic AMERICA JR. about a small town that discovers in its town charter that they joined the USA on a temporary basis, and now have to become their own country. Currently they are working on STARRING SONYA DEVEREAUX, a comic series "adapting" the films of B-movie actress Sonya Devereaux for comics. Visit their website at as well as and follow the Art of Brendon and Brian Fraim on Facebook. For those who are curious, the Fraims are identical twins and Brendon is the penciler and Brian is the inker. And if you want to know which twin is the evil twin, the answer is simple. They’re both evil.


  • Chandra Free

    Chandra is the creator the graphic novel series, The God Machine, published by Archaia Entertainment.

    Born and bred into captivity of Orlando, Florida, Chandra (pronounced CHAN-drah, like Jackie CHAN) can now be found in her present-day home, blissfully away in the land of New York with her writer boyfriend, Drew Gaska. It is here that she concocts her uniquely abstract and elongated art and comics. Intensely interested in the incorporation of psychology into her art, she focuses on the unconscious and human aspects of her characters. In addition to The God Machine, she has worked as a digital painter on the comic series Sullengrey by Ape Entertainment, and as an illustrator on Jim Hensonâ??s Fraggle Rock by Archaia. She is also a creative director at the guerrilla studio BLAM! Ventures.

    On her off time she considers herself an amateur "Foodie" -- looking for the holy grail of coffees, the most savory bowl of Japanese ramen, the quintessential green tea item, the most mouth-watering sashimi, and the weirdest food she's never encountered before-- all on the isle of Manhattan.

    She's also an avid Venture Brothers fan, a retro video gamer, collector of arty-indy comics, infrequent participant of the "goth" scene, and girl adventurer!

    Chandra and Drew will manifest in 2011 on the God Millennium Tour, promoting Ms. Free's graphic novel The God Machine and Mr. Gaska's Critical Millennium by appearing at conventions and store signings.



    We have nothing to fear, but fear itself...and Zombies. FUBAR is just another old-fashioned World War II Zombie anthology featuring 15 stories from a virtual army of Small Press creators. This Zombie-Nazi smashing book spans the entire European theater from Sussex to Stalingrad as the Allies come face to face with the walking dead.


  • Drew Gaska

    Gaska is an author, digital artist, producer and art director. For the past decade he has served as a freelance consultant for Rockstar Games on such hit titles as Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption, the Midnight Club series, and all other major releases. He is the founder and creative director of BLAM! Ventures, a guerrilla design studio that produces print and digital media for the comic book and science fiction industry. Drew's science fiction comic epic, Critical Millennium is published by Archaia Entertainment and has been released to critical acclaim. He is currently writing and directing a Space: 1999 revival graphic novel and digital media series - continuing the legacy the show started thirty five years ago - as well as working on his BLAM! Comics Anthology Graphic Album series. His first novel, Conspiracy of the Planet of the Apes is slated for a 2011 release. Drew currently resides in New York with his girlfriend and fellow comics creator, Chandra Free.


    Drew and Chandra will manifest in 2011 on the God Millennium Tour, promoting Ms. Free's graphic novel The God Machine and Mr. Gaska's Critical Millennium by appearing at conventions and store signings.


    Drew will have a convention exclusive SPACE:1999 comic for CGS Super Show.


  • Geek Boy Press

    Geek Boy Press is all about sharing my love of all things pop-culture with the world through geeky artwork and t-shirts!


  • Bryan J. L. Glass

    Bryan J.L. Glass is the Harvey Award winning co-creator/writer of The Mice Templar, the acclaimed Image Comics series, with his frequent creative partner Michael Avon Oeming of POWERS fame. He is also writer of Riftwar, the Marvel Comics adaptation of Raymond E. Feist's fantasy epic, which picks up directly where his work on Magician Apprentice left off last year. Bryan's first work in the comic industry was in the role of photographer, providing photo covers and interiors to such 80s series as Bill Willingham's The Elementals, Matt Wagner's Mage, and Eliot R. Brown's Punisher Armory. Bryan first collaborated with Mike Oeming on Spandex Tights and Ship of Fools throughout the 90s. After a brief absence from the industry, Bryan returned in 2003 with his first Mice Templar short stories, and then again in 2005 with Quixote: A Novel and 86 Voltz: The Dead Girl. He is currently developing several new series in various genres.


  • Ian Glaubinger

    Ian is an illustrator and graphic designer based out of New Jersey. His work is inspired by the cartoons of the 50's, Walt Disney, movies, vintage advertising, all things retro & his wife and cat to name a few. He has done work for Gallery 1988, Bottleneck Gallery, Hero Complex Gallery,, Ript Apparel and more.


  • Dawn Griffin

    Dawn Griffin is the off-kilter mastermind behind "Zorphbert and Fred" (, a webcomic for anyone who ever felt like an alien on their own planet. When she’s feeling slightly more grounded, she’s also the illustrator of the "Abby’s Adventures" ( kids book series. And when she wants to share the crazy ideas that flutter about her head, she dishes out advice, videos, tutorials & podcasts over at the Webcomic Alliance ( Originally out of Cleveland, Ohio, she’s still a Cleveland sports fan, further proof of her lack of sanity. She’s now speaking in 3rd person, so it must be time for her meds. Stop by her artist’s alley table for a Zorphbert and Fred collection, a slew of Abby’s Adventures kids books, or to make fun of her for speaking in 3rd person.


  • Erica Hesse

    Erica Angelique Hesse is an artist that loves to draw comics and pin-upgirls. Born and raised in New Jersey, she developed a love for comics at a young age, reading anything from Archie to X-Men comics. She realized growing up, that she wanted to be a comic book artist. Fast forward years later, she's now showcasing her work in the form of pin-up and comic book related art. She is inspired by all things pin-up, comic book, and low brow art. Erica is currently self publishing her own comic, The Key. Recently Erica has art featured in the new Burlesque Poster Design book, sketch cards for Marvel Masterpieces III set, and pinups for several independent comic titles. In the near future Erica will also have more of her art featured in BrandStudio's Eye Candy 2.0 book, and Acid Poptart's upcoming VooDoo Baby art book. Erica loves to collect designer vinyl toys, action figures, statues, comics, poster art, and cool Batgirl illustrations in her spare time. Erica also likes to frequent the nearest coffee shop to rejuvenate her brain. If you happen to see her there, use extreme caution cause she may bite you for that cup of java in your hand.


  • Jamal Igle

    Jamal Yaseem Igle has worked his way up the ranks from intern at DC Comics to a successful career as a penciler. Jamal has been editor, art director, and animation storyboard artist for companies such as Sony Animation and Scholastic Inc. Jamal is the co-creator of the comic book series VENTURE, along with writer Jay Faerber, published by Image Comics. Jamal is currently pencilling Supergirl for DC Comics.


  • Harold Jennett

    Harold Jennett made his official comics debut (along with writer Wayne Cordova) with indy comic M.I.M.E.S. Harold is now working on his webcomic Our Adventure Continues. It's the Muppet Show meets Monty Python, without the Muppets or British people.


  • Tom King

    Tom King is the author of A Once Crowded Sky, a super hero novel out now from Simon & Schuster. He's currently working on projects with Vertigo and Dark Horse, which are due out this spring and summer. King started working in comics in the late 90s, interning for both marvel and DC. After 9/11, King served in the CIA as an operations officer in the Counterterrorism Center. He retired from the CIA in 2009 to work full time as a writer.


  • Megan Lavey-Heaton

    Megan Lavey-Heaton is half of the creative team behind Namesake, a fantasy webcomic about a woman who falls down the rabbit hole into the wrong story. Along with fellow co-creator Isabelle Melançon, she has penned scripts for Womanthology and is currently working on a story for a monster-themed anthology with Isabelle. She also lends her considerable talents designing newspapers to designing and lettering comic books. When she is not writing or reading every book she can get her hands on, she is a web producer with PA Media Group and a freelance editor for the Unofficial Apple Weblog. She is currently waiting with baited breath for the second half of Doctor Who, series 7.


  • Jason Lenox

    Jason Lenox is an illustrator who specializes in pencil and india ink illustrations and sequential artwork. In 2012, Jason completed his first full length comic book project "Ugli Studios Presents #1" with writer David Paul. Jason has done pinup work for Viper Comics, The Aizan Demo Project, Wyrlwynd's Kantara Comic and recently had a short story published in Gray Haven Publishing's Dark Anthology. Jason also created the interior artwork for TPK Games Pathfinder RPG Module "The Bleeding Hollow," and one of his character illustrations will be turned into a metal miniature. Jason produced a promotional poster for "Zero Charisma," an upcoming film about RPG players. Jason serves as an Instructor at The Central Pennsylvania Art Alliance where he teaches sequential arts. His most recently published work is his first art collection "The Art of Jason Lenox- Collection #1"


  • Julian Lytle

    Hailing from the nation's capital, Julian's work bridges the traditions of 70s poster artists like Robert McGinnis, Mitchell Hooks, Joseph Caroff, contemporary urban and pop culture with a line culled from classic fashion illustration. His Guns and Honey art series is inspired by the intersection of beauty and danger: the woman. When he's not crafting up dangerous women, Julian is making Ants, his '2010 Glyph-Nominated' weekly webcomic which satirizes pop culture.


  • Bill McKay

    Bill McKay is a Maryland based illustrator. He got into comics in early 2010 working on Moonstone's Zombies vs Cheerleaders. He's been working in comics ever since. Comic credits include Zombies vs Cheerleaders, Hack/Slash, Lady Death and the upcoming Night of the 80's Undead with writer Jason Martin for Action Lab's mature Danger Zone imprint. He is also a sketch card artist whose credits include Grimm Fairy Tales, Wonderland, Josie and the Pussycats, King Kong, Shi, Sheena, Contemporary Pinups and Bombshells.


  • Nick Mockoviak

    Nick Mockoviak is an illustrator and art teacher residing in central New Jersey. His work has been displayed in galleries at Kean University and Middlesex County College. Nick's credits include contributing artwork for the "Night of The Living Dead: Re-Animated" project in 2008, contributing artwork for TLC's "Cake Boss" TV program in 2011, and serving as art director and cover artist for the "HVZA" graphic novel in 2012. Nick is a regular guest at various conventions in the NJ/PA area. .


    Nick Mockoviak's Deviant Art Page

  • Jamie Noguchi

    Jamie Noguchi is a DC-area illustrator and cartoonist. He is the creator of the Asian American office romance comic, Yellow Peril (, and co-founder of Super Art Fight. His work has been featured in the New York Museum of Chinese in America as part of their Alt.Comics exhibition featuring Asian American cartoonists. In his spare time, he uses the T2 Joker Gaia Memory to defend Futo City against those who would make it cry.


  • Dan Nokes

    Dan Nokes is a crytozoological wonder of the indie comic world! Legends and myths are sketchy as to his origin, but the most popular folklore date his origins to sometime in 2002! His first work was the superhero buddy title THE REPTILE AND MISTER AMAZING, with his creator owned imprint: 21st CENTURY SANDSHARK STUDIOS. This book led him to other such properties like THE PARANORMALS (2003-2008), THE PISTOLEERS (2008-2010) and ADAM AND EVE: BIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE IN THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE (2011-2012). He has also done some work for hire for such companies as Alt World Press, (TEDDY BEAR TALES), X-Company, and Fubar Press (American History Z 2013). He has also entered the world of webcomics with IMPOSSIBLE SPACE TALES OF THE LAST PIT STOP which begs the question: What if Area 51 were in fact a convienence store for aliens as well as the sequel to THE REPTILE AND MISTER AMAZING: THE RETURN OF KAT CARSON! More on Dan and his works can be attained from his website:


  • Mike Norton

    Mike Norton is a long-time friend and listener of Comic Geek Speak and the Eisner-award-winning creator of the webcomic "Battle Pug". He's currently working on the hit Image series "Revival" with writer Tim Seeley.


  • Dave Perillo

    Dave Perillo is a illustrator/cartoonist living in the Philly burbs. He has done artwork for Ape Entertainment, the bands the Aquabats, Flight of the Concords & My Morning Jacket, Teefury, Disney Television Animation, Disney Merchandising, Mad Magazine, Target, Hasbro, Acme Archives, Acidfree Gallery and Mondo. He has had his art featured at Gallery 1988, Spoke Art Gallery, Gallery Nucleus, LTD Gallery and many others.


  • Matthew Petz

    With his earliest memories being of superheroes and giant monsters it was inevitable that Matthew would someday work on comic books. Past work ranges from biker zombie books to computer games. He is currently working on his Zuda winning comic, War of The Woods, which MTV Geek named one of the best web comics of 2010. It's available via comixology at


  • Victoria Price

    Victoria Price attended Ringling College of Art + Design where she honed her passion for digital art focusing on the female form. Victoria currently resides and works in NJ bringing a unique perspective using light and technique. She creates her work both traditionally and non traditionally as herself or her online pseudonym, Victra. She illustrates and designs for clothing brands and galleries all over the globe.


  • David Quiles

    David Quiles has been an underground artist for over 10 years. His work can be seen on projects such as Dead World card set for Breygent, Mimi Rodgers - Zombie Killer, Fur By Night, 10,000 Miles Through Exile and Hauntmares for Infinite Line Comics. He has also illustrated for independent companies like Now Comics, Harris Publications, Nova Star Studios, Argo Comics, Jam Packed Productions, G B Studios, Crazee Comics, Blazer Studios, FBMFM Books and many others. David travels the convention circuit throughout the United States, he can be seen at the following events, Comic Geek Speaks, National Haunters Convention, Wizard World Philadelphia,New York Comic Con, and many local engagements on the east coast. David is always accepting commissions during any event or convention he attends. His gritty dark macabre ink sketch technique is a favorite among-st all art enthusiasts. He prides himself on the challenge of the character, David is always available for freelance and private commission work.


  • Rosscott

    Rosscott is kinda famous on the Internet. Between comics, designing, hosting Super Art Fight, and writing bios about himself in the third person, he finds time to write the sometimes amazing webcomic The System, a comic strip starring iconography and graphics most notable from street and wayfinding signage. While he often travels, he maintains his humble apartment in Washington, DC (which is in need of a fair amount of tidying).


  • Erica Schultz

    Erica Schultz is the writer and co-creator of M3. Growing up, Erica would steal whatever titles her older brother came home with from the comic shop, and she fell in love with such titles as The Uncanny X-Men, Batman, and Spider-Man, to name a few. She’s worked in the comic industry for more than three years, providing artistic and editorial support for The New Avengers 16.1, The First X-Men, Batman Odyssey, and Blood. She was also one of the artists and “Motioneers” bringing The Astonishing X-Men motion comic “Gifted” to life. She has written a mini-series for Bluewater Comics based on their character Judo Girl, and a one shot for their characters Venus & Valkyrie, which is due out December 2012. More recently, she has been working with Red Stylo Media, providing editorial, design, and lettering support for their various titles. She lives in New Jersey with her husband


  • Dan Sehn

    Publisher, writer, and artist Dan Sehn has had a lifelong enjoyment of comics. His company, Argo Comics, publishes Argo 5 and the Argo Comics Anthology. At this year's Super Show, Dan will release Argo 5 # 3 featuring crossovers with some of independent comic's top talents and characters. Dan loves comics, pro-wrestling, and action figure collecting (if he can ever get any before the eBay sellers do). In his non existant spare time Dan is also a WNBF Pro Bodybuilder. He is the 2008 INBF Naturalmania National Heavyweight Champion in this drug free bodybuilding organization. Dan is also the author of numerous bodybuilding articles and editorial cartoonist for Pro Natural Muscle.


  • Joe Sergi

    Joe Sergi is a life-long comic fan. In addition to being the resident CGS legal eagle (and Frecking Sweer recipient), Joe writes on the history of comics and censorship for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Joe lives outside of Washington, DC with his wife and daughter. Joe is an attorney and a Haller Award winning author who has written articles, novels, short stories, and comic books in the horror, scifi, and young adult genres. His first novel, Sky Girl and the Superheroic Legacy was selected Best of 2010 by the New PODler Review. Look for the second book in the series, Sky Girl and the Superheroic Adventures, later this year from Martin Sisters Publishing. In addition, Joe will be releasing two books from McFaland Press, Great Zombies in History and Comic Book Law for the Comics Creator, in 2013. When not writing, Joe works as a Senior Litigation Counsel in an unnamed US government agency and is a member of the adjunct faculty at George Mason University School of Law.


  • Dean Stahl

    Dean is a life-long comics fan from the suburbs of Detroit, MI and is now a Lansing, MI resident, reaching his life's goal to pencil comics. He has worked for Insomnia Publications in the UK, Angry Gnome Comics and has major contributions to the CGS Anthologies. Dean is a proud gamer and pro-wrestling fanatic.


  • Matt Triano

    Matt Triano Is the dynamic artist on Dyanmite Publishings new "Sherlock Holmes: The Liverpool Demon" series, as well as being the penciler and inker and cover artist on numerous works for "Robyn Hood" and "Grimm's Myths and Legends," as well as "The Story of Mankind" for The History Channel. In short, Matt has written and drawn comics for collections and anthologies by publishers such as Moonstone, DC, Dynamite and Atomic Press. He is also known for his storyboard work, motion comic work, and artwork for various ad agency projects developing custom comics for high profile clients. His art can currently be seen in works for Robin Hood Charities in New York, Moonstone (Captain Action), Zenescope (Grimm's Myths and Legends), The Discovery Channel and Marvel Trading cards (Marvel Characters), as well as a Batman story for the "DC Halloween Special."


  • Warrior27

    Chris Beckett and Dan Fleming are Warior27 Publications. Created in 2005 as “On the Fly Publications,” their self-publishing venture is a home for their comics & prose anthology, Warrior27, an homage to the 1980s UK anthology, Warrior Magazine. The two have also contributed to the Pulse along with the flash fiction sites 50 Years From Now and Elephant Words and have also been published by Arcana Comics, Ape Entertainment, Dark Recesses Press, and Top Shelf. The first collection of Warrior27 was published in Fall 2010 and both Dan and Chris have recently completed year-long blogging adventures for your reading pleasure on crime fiction and the hidden layers of Watchmen, respectively. Check their work out at the following links:



  • Dave Wachter

    Dave is the artist, co-creator and co-writer of the epic webcomic The Guns of Shadow Valley, which was nominated for an Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic and a Harvey Award for Best Online Work. His work for larger comic publishers began in 2010 with Robert Bloch's That Hellbound Train (penned by Joe and John Lansdale), for IDW Publishing. Dave's work as a guest artist can also been seen in their Godzilla series, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In 2012 he illustrated the horror fable Night of 1,000 Wolves, also for IDW. That same year brought a nomination for the Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award in comics. Dave has more comics projects on the way for 2013, including a return of The Guns of Shadow Valley this Spring. Places you can see Dave's work online:


  • Adam Withers and Comfort Love

    Love and Withers plunged into the independent comic scene after years of toiling in the trenches of freelance illustration and design. Setting aside their day-jobs and living off their savings, they put everything they had on the line to make their dream and The Uniques and now The Uniques Tales, and Rainbow In The Dark a reality. Working in total collaboration, the pair write together, draw and color together, and even letter together. Every panel of The Uniques and Rainbow In The Dark features both creators in every role, creating a seamless whole that is equal parts of both minds. Conceived and edited by the duo, The Uniques Tales brings in 50+ creators to make the continuing anthology series a reality.


  • J.K. Woodward

    Born James Kenneth Woodward in Attleborough, MA, J.K. started his art career as a surrealist in the gallery circuit of Los Angeles. His work eventually caught the attention of a German record producer and as a result James spent two years in Frankfurt Germany creating album covers and continuing his work as a surrealist. His life changed drastically when he collected his paintings, along with some prose written by longtime friend M.D. Koffin, and saddle-stitched it together to published his first indie comic. This started a chain of events that led to work at IDW, Marvel Comics, BOOM! Studios and Devil's Due Press. His most recent credits include: Fallen Angel: Reborn, X-Men Origins: Beast, Star Trek: Alien Spotlight and Belladonna.



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