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Stan Sakai is the Recipient of the Inaugural Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award

Stan Sakai, the acclaimed cartoonist and creator of Usagi Yojimbo, is the recipient of the inaugural Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award. The announcement was made on Saturday May 19 at a ceremony at the second annual Comic Con Revolution in Ontario, CA. The Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award is designed to recognize outstanding comic book creators who exemplify both Joe Kubert’s artistic talent and his commitment to nurturing the comic book community.

Sakai began his career by simply lettering comic books as he perfected his art and began working in the industry. He also wrote and illustrated The Adventures of Nilson Groundthumper and Hermy; a comic series with a medieval setting, influenced by Sergio Aragones’s Groo the Wanderer. The characters first appeared in Albedo #1 in 1984, and were subsequently featured in issues of Critters, GrimJack, Amazing Heroes and Furrlough. Stan Sakai became famous with the creation of Usagi Yojimbo, the epic saga of Miyamoto Usagi, a samurai rabbit living in late-sixteenth and early-seventeenth-century Japan. Usagi Yojimbo, first published in 1984, continues to this day. In 2013, Sakai illustrated the limited comic book series 47 Ronin, an adaptation of the famed story of the 47 Ronin written by Dark Horse Comics Publisher Mike Richardson, with Lone Wolf and Cub writer Kazuo Koike as an editorial consultant.

Aspen Comics Heads to Comic Con Revolution 2018 this Weekend

Aspen Comics has revealed their creator appearances for this weekend’s Comic Con Revolution: Ontario 2018. The publisher is continuing their 15-Year Anniversary with an ambitious con tour schedule, with this upcoming stop marking their first appearance at Comic Con Revolution. Aspen creators Frank Mastromauro, Peter Steigerwald, J.T. Krul, Vince Hernandez, David Wohl, and Gabe Carrasco will be appearing at the Aspen Comics Booth #605 throughout the weekend to meet with fans and sign autographs.

Aspen will host an Official Aspen Comics Panel: “Celebrating 15 Years of Aspen Comics” featuring Mastromauro, Steigerwald, Hernandez, Krul, and Carrasco on Saturday at 1pm in Room 104 B.

The publisher will be offering a limited supply of their recent convention exclusive titles and prints, including new con-exclusive variants for releases such as Portal Bound, Shrugged and Charismagic.

The Inland Empire’s Only Comic Book Convention, Comic Con Revolution, Returns This Weekend With Its First Ever 2-Day Show

The Inland Empire’s only comic book convention, Comic Con Revolution, is expanding to two full days of programming for the first time when the show returns to the Ontario Convention Center this week. In only its second year, Comic Con Revolution will feature an impressive array of nearly 200 guests and 100 panels, and over 160 exhibitors on May 19 & 20.

Attendees will be treated to a wide array of entertainment, including:

  • A screening of the highly anticipated DEADPOOL 2 film and a Q&A with Deadpool co-creator/writer Fabian Nicieza, hosted by the convention organizers at an Ontario movie theater on Friday, May 18 at 10 AM, the day the film opens across the country and a day before the convention begins. 20 fans will be able to enjoy a Chimichanga for lunch with Nicieza at this one-time only event, following the screening. More information about ticket packages available at http://www.comicconrevolution.com/ontario;
  • Mayor Paul S. Leon presiding at the opening ceremony Saturday the 19th at 8:45 AM;
  • The first ever appearance together at a comic book convention by Nickelodeon’s hit show Henry Danger cast members Jace Norman, Cooper Barnes and Tommy Walker on Sunday May 20;
  • A panel devoted to Batman: The Animated Series featuring the voices of Batman (Kevin Conroy), Poison Ivy (Diane Pershing), Robin (Loren Lester) and producer (Andrea Romano);
  • A Drawing Black Panther panel with Marvel Comics artist and Midnight Tiger creator Ray-Anthony Height;
  • A Worlds of Wonder Woman panel with artists Cat Staggs, Matt Haley, and Drew Johnson, and the voice of Wonder Woman herself, Susan Eisenberg (Justice League);
  • A Power Rangers 25th Anniversary panel;
  • A Teen Novelist Workshop, hosted by Ontario City Library’s Courtney Saldana;
  • Pop Paleo: A Cinematic History of Paleontology, presented by the Western Science Center and Cosplay for Science;
  • The GeekFest Film Fest, the first traveling Comic Con Film Festival, exhibiting the best Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Action, Superhero, Fan Films from around the world;
  • A Cosplay Revolution Costume Contest with a $500 cash prize for Best in Show;
  • A total of nearly 100 panels devoted to legendary comic book characters (Deadpool, Thor and the X-Men) blockbuster films (Star Wars), video games (Gears of War; Overwatch; Super Mario Bros.) and fan favorite comic creators (including Avengers writer Jason Aaron, Inkpot Award winning writer and artist Howard Chaykin, Image Comics Co-founder and artist Whilce Portacio, Teen Titans writer Marv Wolfman and Uncanny X-Men writer Chris Claremont);
  • The first ever Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award Ceremony. The recipient of a major comic book industry award in honor of iconic comic book artist Joe Kubert and his commitment to teaching the next generation of comic book creators will be named on Saturday at 5:30 PM.

All told, Comic Con Revolution will feature over 160 Exhibitors and nearly 200 guests including Jason Aaron (Star Wars, Thor, Scalped), Greg Baldwin (Samurai Jack, Avatar: The Last Airbender), Sandy King Carpenter (Film Producer & Comic Writer), Howard Chaykin (American Flagg!, Satellite Sam), Ming Chen (AMC’s Comic Book Men) Matthew Clark (Doom Patrol, Outsiders), Chris Claremont (Uncanny X-Men), Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series), Neo Edmund (Power Rangers), Susan Eisenberg (Justice League), Carols Ferro (Gears of War), Derek Fridolfs (Li’l Gotham, Batman: Arkham Unhinged), Steven Gordon (X-Men: Evolution), Travis Hanson (Life of the Party: Realities of an RPG’er), Ray-Anthony Height (X-Men Blue, Superb), Tom Hodges (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Herb Jefferson Jr. (Battlestar Galactica), Doug Jung (Star Trek Beyond, The Cloverfield Experiment), Scott Koblish (Deadpool, Excalibur), Jim Krueger (Universe X, Earth X), Mike Kunkel (Herobear and the Kid), Loren Lester (Batman: The Animated Series), Mike Mathew (Star Wars, She-Hulk), Jonboy Meyers (The Inhumans, Teen Titans), Todd Nauck (Young Justice, Teen Titans Go!), Dustin Nguyen (Descender, DC Secret Hero Society), Fabian Nicieza (Deadpool & X-Force), Diane Pershing (Batman: The Animated Series – Voice of Poison Ivy), Andrea Romano, Peter Shinkoda (Daredevil, Falling Skies), Cat Staggs (Wonder Woman, Smallville), Art Thibert (Ultimate Spider-Man, Trinity), Tommy Walker (Daredevil, Henry Danger), Marv Wolfman (Marvel’s Blade, New Teen Titans) and Timothy Zahn (Star Wars Novelist).

For this year’s show, Atomic Crush Events has unveiled a new interpretation of Jetpack Jules, the official mascot for ComicCon Revolution, by Dustin Nguyen, the best-selling artist and co-writer of Batman: Lil Gotham and the artist and co-creator of Descender. ComicCon Revolution’s 2018 Official Merchandise, including glasses and t-shirts featuring Nguyen’s art, is available now for a limited time at the convention’s online store and will be available at the convention while supplies last.

Jim Steranko Joins Comic Luminaries at the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor comes to life this September 28-30 as the Baltimore Comic-Con returns to the Baltimore Convention Center. Tickets are now on sale. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the return of Jim Steranko to the Baltimore Comic-Con! Jim is joined by comic luminaries Joe Giella, Paul Levitz, and Hero Initiative guest Denny O’Neil.

Jim Steranko has cut a ferocious path through the entertainment arts, with a dozen successful careers to his credit: author, magician, illustrator, escape artist, historian. He is cited as one of the prime architects of Marvel Comics and the co-creator of Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. He also wrote and drew Captain America, The Hulk, Superman, and The X-Men (for which he designed the classic title logo); generated more than 150 original storytelling devices and techniques that changed the direction of the comics medium; and evolved a devoted cult of followers who have nicknamed him The Innovator. Wizard magazine credits Steranko as the 5th Most Influential Artist in the history of the form. He has painted a multitude of movie posters, record albums, and book covers; and in 1975, created Red Tide, the First Modern Graphic Novel. As the editor-publisher of the international newsstand entertainment magazine Prevue, he conducted hundreds of superstar interviews and penned more than three million words. He numbers among his friends and associates writers Mickey Spillane, Arthur C. Clarke, and Ray Bradbury; the animation giants Ralph Bakshi and Shamus Culhane; and directors Federico Fellini, John Huston, and Orson Welles. As a musician, he gigged with Bill Haley in the early days of rock ‘n’ roll; as a pop-culture icon, he has appeared at more than 350 international events and exhibited his work worldwide, including at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC and the Louvre in Paris; his two volumes of The History of Comics have sold more than 100,000 copies each; as an escape artist, his death-defying performances inspired the character Mister Miracle and, according to Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon, he was the man upon which the protagonist of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Klay was based; and more-photographer, ad agency art director, sideshow fire-eater, male model, typographer, designer…the list goes on. As a filmmaker, he collaborated with Steven Spielberg, George Lucas – for whom he created the look of Indiana Jones – and Francis Ford Coppola on some of their most popular films. He served as Creative Consultant for the History Channel’s two-hour documentary Comic-Book Superheroes-Unmasked; shook up Twitter with his innovative TNT technique (visit his live Sunday-night sessions by typing in iamsteranko); and is currently prepping An Evening with Steranko for theatrical venues across the country.

His recent Captain America covers topped Marvel sales charts; the IDW SHIELD Artist’s Edition sold out before publication (and won an Eisner Award); and the 2017 Overstreet Price Guide – with his Batman cover – had record-breaking sales. His covers on the record-setting Action 1000 and Captain America 700 have polled as fan favorites. Over the past several decades, he has amassed more than 100 highly-commercial Intellectual Properties, his Theatre of Concepts, which range from children’s interactive-learning entertainments to high-action adult digital gaming, from science fiction to superheroes. His vision is to shape, structure, and synthesize character-driven projects with state-of- the-art technology for the World of Tomorrow. And he’s still the best-dressed man in comics.

Joe Giella returns to the Baltimore Comic-Con for a rare appearance. The oldest living artist to have worked on Batman, this Golden and Silver Age creator worked at Timely, Marvel, and DC Comics as a penciller and inker. In addition to working on the comic, Giella provided pencils and inks on the Batman syndicated strip, as well as the syndicated Flash Gordon, The Phamtom, Mary Worth, and Sherlock Holmes comic strips. The United States Postal Service honored Giella by using two of his pieces of art for their 2006 “DC Super Heroes” collection of postage stamps. He has been honored with an Ink Pot Award, as well as being presented with the Hero Initiative Lifetime Achievement award at the 2016 Harvey Awards ceremony.

Paul Levitz has been a mainstay at DC Comics since 1972, serving as a writer, editor, and President (2002 – 2009) over the tenure of his career. His name is synonymous with the Legion of Super-Heroes, which he wrote from 1977-1979 and 1981-1989, and he created such notable characters as the Stalker, the Earth-2 Huntress, and Lucien the Librarian. Levitz has since returned to writing the Legion of Super-Heroes for the New 52, as well as the Earth-2 centric book, World’s Finest. After ending his career as DC Comics employee, Levitz moved onto the next phase of his career, accepting a Board of Directors position with BOOM! Studios. He has recently contributed Brooklyn Blood to Dark Horse Presents from Dark Horse Comics and guest edited and contributed an essay to DC’s Action Comics #1000.

A board member of Hero Initiative, retired writer and editor Denny O’Neil spent much of his career making an indelible mark at Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Initially brought on as a writer at Marvel, he had a hand in writing or scripting diverse titles including Strange Tales, X-Men, Millie the Model, and Rawhide Kid. After a year at Charlton Comics, he followed editor Dick Giordano to DC Comics, where he assumed writing duties for Beware the Creeper, Wonder Woman, Justice League of America, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, and, perhaps most notably, Batman. On that title, he embraced the dark roots of the character, creating and defining the tone for numerous characters from the series. He returned to Marvel in the 1980s, assuming writing chores on Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil, and Iron Man where he once again created numerous recurring characters in the respective titles’ mythos. He also served as an editor during his Marvel stint on numerous titles and runs before returning as Batman Group editor at DC, where he also wrote The Question, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, and Batman: Sword of Azrael.

SDCC 2018: Exclusive Metallic Green Cammy Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure

Cryptozoic has announced the presale for their San Diego Comic Con 2018 exclusive Metallic Green Cammy Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure. The figure requires a $12 non-refundable purchase and is available only for pick-up at San Diego Comic Con.

The Metallic Green Cammy Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure is limited to 300 figures and packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature tin with foil sticker marking Street Fighter’s 30th anniversary. Each figure is stamped with “30th Anniversary” on base and individually numbered on the bottom.

Your friends will be green with envy! Here’s your chance to own the Metallic Green Cammy vinyl figure created exclusively for San Diego Comic-Con 2018! You can avoid missing out on this extremely limited figure by purchasing it now and then picking it up at Cryptozoic’s Booth #115 during Comic-Con.

Metallic Green Cammy is a variant of the regular Street Fighter Lil Knockouts vinyl figure, part of Cryptozoic’s collectibles line featuring characters from the long-running video game franchise. This version of the figure is painted entirely green as a tribute to the character’s signature green outfit, which indicates her military background. Each figure is stamped with “30th Anniversary” on the base and is individually numbered (from 1 to 300) on the bottom. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, the 2.75-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature, collectible tin with a foil sticker marking the 30th anniversary of the Street Fighter series.

There’s a limit of 5 per customer and goes on sale 10 am PST on May 15, 2018.

SDCC 2018: Exclusive Metallic Green Blanka Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure

Cryptozoic has announced the presale for their San Diego Comic Con 2018 exclusive Metallic Green Blanka Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure. The figure requires a $12 non-refundable purchase and is available only for pick-up at San Diego Comic Con.

The Metallic Green Blanka Street Fighter Lil Knockouts Vinyl Figure is limited to 300 figures and packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature tin with foil sticker marking Street Fighter’s 30th anniversary. Each figure is stamped with “30th Anniversary” on base and individually numbered on the bottom.

It’s not easy being green, but it really does suit him! Here’s your chance to own the Metallic Green Blanka vinyl figure created exclusively for San Diego Comic-Con 2018! You can avoid missing out on this extremely limited figure by purchasing it now and then picking it up at Cryptozoic’s Booth #115 during Comic-Con.

Metallic Green Blanka is a variant of the regular Street Fighter Lil Knockouts vinyl figure, part of Cryptozoic’s collectibles line featuring characters from the long-running video game franchise. This version of the figure is painted entirely green as a nod to the trademark green color of the character’s skin, as well as the flag of his home country, Brazil.

There’s a limit of 5 per customer and goes on sale 10 am PST on May 15, 2018.

Five Points Festival is Working With the Next Generation of Toy Designers

Five Points Festival, a designer toy, street, and alternative art festival is excited to announce an amazing partnership, working with the next generation to further their education.

Students of the industrial design program, under Professor Ryan Rutherford in the Robert Busch School of Design within the Michael Graves College at Kean University, have been working hard to create a marketable, well designed character, to produce and sell in a real-world experience model. The character they created, titled OTTO, was then sculpted in clay and molded in silicone. Five Points Festival is excited to have partnered with the program to provide exhibition space for the students to create and sell their goods LIVE!

Professor Ryan Rutherford, with over fifteen years of industry experience, and the creator of more than  85 patents, is responsible for one of the best selling dog toys of all time; Cuz! He is also the recipient of the 2012 Designer Toy Award for Best Self Produced designer toy, the incredibly popular Ice Scream Man.

As such a prominent figure in the industrial design, and the designer toy world, Rutherford understands the importance of teaching the next generation of designers. As a professor at Kean University he has been imparting the values of good design on his students.  Their course will culminate with a live demonstration at the 2nd Annual Five Points Festival, in Brooklyn NY!

Guests to Five Points Festival will be able to experience the process – from the spark of an idea to buyer ready product. Pieces will be made to order using Brutherford Industries‘ roto-casting technology and packaged right before your eyes!

The Henry Danger Cast Members Make Their First Appearance Together at Comic Con Revolution

Comic Con Revolution, the Inland Empire’s only family friendly comic convention (kids 12 and under are free with a paid adult admission) is pleased to announce that cast members of Nickelodeon’s hit show Henry Danger; Jace Norman, Cooper Barnes, and Tommy Walker will make their first appearance together at Comic Con Revolution on Sunday May 20, 2018 at 2:00pm.  

Jace Norman (Kid Danger) and his crime fighting partner Cooper Barnes (Captain Man) for the past four seasons on Henry Danger, will be sitting down for a discussion and Q&A with fans.  Joining them is archenemy and Captain Man’s former sidekick, Drex, played by Tommy Walker.  Together they will explore favorite episodes, moments, adventures and answer questions from fans during their panel, “Danger Is My Middle Name.”

Jace, Cooper and Tommy will also host a signing immediately following the panel.

Comic Con Revolution, the Inland Empire’s only comic convention, is expanding for the first time to two full days of programming, featuring over 160 Exhibitors and nearly 200 guests including Jason Aaron (Star Wars, Thor, Scalped), Greg Baldwin (Samurai Jack, Avatar: The Last Airbender), Ogie Banks (Ultimate Spider-Man), Joe Benitez (Lady Mechanika) Sandy King Carpenter (Film Producer & Comic Writer), Howard Chaykin (American Flagg!, Satellite Sam), Ming Chen (AMC’s Comic Book Men) Matthew Clark (Doom Patrol, Outsiders), Chris Claremont (Uncanny X-Men), Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series), Neo Edmund (Power Rangers), Susan Eisenberg (Justice League), Carols Ferro (Gears of War), Derek Dridolfs (Li’l Gotham, Batman: Arkham Unhinged), Steven Gordon (X-Men: Evolution), Travis Hanson (Life of the Party: Realities of an RPG’er), Ray-Anthony Height (X-Men Blue, Superb), Tom Hodges (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Herb Jefferson Jr. (Battlestar Galactica), Scott Koblish (Deadpool, Excalibur), Jim Krueger (Universe X, Earth X), Mike Kunkel (Herobear and the Kid), Loren Lester (Batman: The Animated Series), Mike Mathew (Star Wars, She-Hulk), Jonboy Meyers (The Inhumans, Teen Titans), Todd Nauck (Young Justice, Teen Titans Go!), Dustin Nguyen (Descender, DC Secret Hero Society), Fabian Nicieza (Deadpool & X-Force), Diane Pershing (Batman: The Animated Series – Voice of Poison Ivy), Andrea Romano, Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Peter Shinkoda (Daredevil, Falling Skies), Cat Staggs (Wonder Woman, Smallville), Art Thibert (Ultimate Spider-Man, Trinity), Tommy Walker (Daredevil, Henry Danger), Marv Wolfman (Marvel’s Blade, New Teen Titans) and Timothy Zahn (Star Wars Novelist).  Additional announcements will be made as guests continue to confirm and support the show.

SDCC 2018: Obsidian Idol Batman DC Teekeez Vinyl Figure Exclusive from Cryptozoic

San Diego Comic Con 2018 is a little over two months away and the exclusives are already being revealed and up for pre-order. Cryptozoic has revealed the Obsidian Idol Batman DC Teekeez Vinyl Figure which is available for pre-order now.

The figure is available for pick-up only at San Diego Comic-Con and requires a $15 non-refundable presale purchase. There’s a limit of 5 per customer and is limited to 300 figures.

Ready for a truly dark knight? Here’s your chance to own the Obsidian Idol Batman DC TeeekeezTM vinyl figure created exclusively for San Diego Comic-Con 2018! You can avoid missing out on this extremely limited figure by purchasing it now and then picking it up at Cryptozoic’s Booth #115 during Comic-Con.

Obsidian Idol Batman is a variant of the regular DC TeekeezTM vinyl figure, part of Cryptozoic’s collectibles line that is inspired by tiki culture and features iconic DC characters and a distinctive wood-carved aesthetic. Designed by Mark Doublin and sculpted by Stephan Ehl, this version of the figure pays tribute to Batman’s connection to the color black … after all, most of his heroics take place in the darkness of night! Plus, obsidian is volcanic glass that has a tradition of being a protective talisman, fitting in nicely with Batman’s status as Gotham City’s protector. The 2.625-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature window box with a foil sticker marking it as exclusive. Like all DC TeekeezTM, it is stackable.

 

Please read the detailed information in the “Description” section below before making your presale purchase.

DESCRIPTION

The $15 presale purchase is non-refundable for the Obsidian Idol Batman DC TeekeezTM vinyl figure, which will be available exclusively at Cryptozoic’s booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.

In order to claim your purchased Obsidian Idol Batman, you must come to Booth #115 at the San Diego Convention Center during SDCC at any of the following days and times: Wednesday (Preview Night) 6-9 pm, Thursday through Saturday 11 am to 7 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm. You must bring all three of these items:
Your photo ID
Your 2018 San Diego Comic-Con badge
The credit card used in this transaction
At the booth, your purchase will be verified and you will be given your vinyl figure.

Please note:
Cryptozoic will NOT ship this item to you. If you do not pick it up, you will lose the item and the money you paid.
You cannot designate someone else to pick up this item for you.
Your presale purchase reserves this item for pick-up at our booth.
There will be an additional supply of Obsidian Idol Batman figures for purchase at our booth while supplies last.
Any Obsidian Idol Batman vinyl figures not sold or picked up during San Diego Comic-Con 2018 will be available for sale on our eStore after the event.

Kevin Conroy and Andrea Romano to Appear at Comic Con Revolution

Comic Con Revolution, the Inland Empire’s only comic convention is pleased to announce that legendary voice actor Kevin Conroy, who has provided the iconic Batman voice since 1992 will be appearing at Comic Con Revolution on Saturday May 19.  Joining Conroy for this rare appearance is celebrated casting and voice director Andrea Romano.

Conroy has been the voice of The Dark Knight since the launch of the groundbreaking debut of Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 and has gone on to record the voice of DC Comics most recognizable hero in Warner Bros. animated films, the Batman Beyond series, both Justice League animated series, the critically acclaimed Arkham series of video games and more.  In total, Conroy has appeared as the Batman well over 300 times and has portrayed him longer than anyone else.

Romano has well over 100 casting and voice directing credits dating back over 30 years. She is the driving force behind the voices of the animated DC Comics movies as well as many other Warner Bros. properties.  Her credits include Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Teen Titans, Superman: The Animated Series, Scooby Doo, Pinky and the Brain and many more.  Romano has also contributed to some of animations most beloved animated series including Avatar: The Last Airbender, DuckTales (1987), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) and Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016).

In its second year, Comic Con Revolution is expanding for the first time to two full days of programming. The Inland Empire’s only comic convention will be held on May 19 & 20 at the Ontario Convention Center and will feature over 160 Exhibitors and nearly 200 guests, including Jason Aaron (Star Wars, Thor, Scalped), Greg Baldwin (Samurai Jack, Avatar: The Last Airbender), Sandy King Carpenter (Film Producer & Comic Writer), Howard Chaykin (American Flagg!, Satellite Sam), Ming Chen (AMC’s Comic Book Men) Matthew Clark (Doom Patrol, Outsiders), Chris Claremont (Uncanny X-Men), Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series), Neo Edmund (Power Rangers), Carols Ferro (Gears of War), Derek Dridolfs (Li’l Gotham, Batman: Arkham Unhinged), Steven Gordon (X-Men: Evolution), Travis Hanson (Life of the Party: Realities of an RPG’er), Ray-Anthony Height (X-Men Blue, Superb), Tom Hodges (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Herb Jefferson Jr. (Battlestar Galactica), The Cloverfield Experiment), Scott Koblish (Deadpool, Excalibur), Jim Krueger (Universe X, Earth X), Mike Kunkel (Herobear and the Kid), Mike Mathew (Star Wars, She-Hulk), Jonboy Meyers (The Inhumans, Teen Titans), Todd Nauck (Young Justice, Teen Titans Go!), Dustin Nguyen (Descender, DC Secret Hero Society), Fabian Nicieza (Deadpool & X-Force), Diane Pershing (Batman: The Animated Series – Voice of Poison Ivy), Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Peter Shinkoda (Daredevil, Falling Skies), Cat Staggs (Wonder Woman, Smallville), Art Thibert (Ultimate Spider-Man, Trinity), Tommy Walker (Daredevil, Henry Danger), Marv Wolfman (Marvel’s Blade, New Teen Titans) and Timothy Zahn (Star Wars Novelist).  Additional announcements will be made as guests continue to confirm and support the show.

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