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Dinco D Comes to the Baltimore Comic-Con 2018

Head to the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con at the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center on September 28-30, 2018. Your VIP, General Admission, Fan Package, and Ringo Award tickets are now available for purchase using a credit or debit card. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the addition of Dinco D to the show Saturday and Sunday.

At the dawning golden era of hip hop, Dinco D got his start with Leaders of The New School (LONS) with group members Busta Rhymes and Charlie Brown. They got their first break opening for Public Enemy. These three Uniondale, Long Island boys were soon topping the charts with hits like What’s NextCase of that PTA, and Scenario with A Tribe Called Quest. Their debut album reached #66 on the Billboard charts and #15 in the R&B/Hip Hop categories. Some of their singles reached #1 on the hip hop charts.

In the early 90’s, Dinco D and LONS were all over mainstream media, making appearances on Arsenio HallYo MTV RAPS, and countless other prime-time television appearances. The group split off and began to pursue solo careers in the mid 90’s. Dinco, Charlie, and Busta last collaborated on Busta’s debut album The Coming on the track Keep It Moving. However, they have reunited for select performances, like the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival in 2012.

Dinco’s energetic and outrageous style that he is famed for hasn’t changed a bit and keeps him busy. He is always in the studio working on collaborations, touring, performing on stages large and small, and putting out mix tapes. His true school style is seeing a renaissance in the hip hop industry today, and he continues to inspire the up-and-comers and truly be a leader!

Dinco will join veteran comics artist Rob Stull for a special limited-edition signing, promoting their creator-owned collaboration project!

Twin Peaks and Titans’ Sherilyn Fenn is Coming to Baltimore Comic Con

Don’t miss the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con returning to the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center on September 28-30, 2018. Purchase your VIP, General Admission, Fan Package, and Ringo Award tickets online now. The Baltimore Comic-Con ha announced the addition of Sherilyn Fenn to the show FridaySaturday, and Sunday.

Sherilyn Fenn will be appearing at the Baltimore Comic-Con just weeks ahead of her premiere in the DC Universe series, Titans, where Sherilyn is appearing in the role of Raven’s mother. Titans will premiere Oct 12, 2018.

Sherilyn Fenn will always be best remembered for her iconic role of Audrey Horne in the groundbreaking Twin Peaks. She also returned for last year’s Twin Peaksrevival on Showtime, where her dance scene was named as the best musical moment on television for 2017 by Vulture. But Sherilyn has enjoyed a 30+ year career in Hollywood, including memorable roles on the series ShamelessRay DonovanGilmore Girls, and Rude Awakenings, and in films like the recent horror film Wish UponOf Mice and Men, and the cult classics Two Moon Junction and The Wraith.

Sherilyn currently has a recurring role on the hit CBS series S.W.A.T. and also has also has a small but important role in the upcoming live-action Teen Titans TV series Titans, where she plays the mother of Raven. She is currently filming the biopic of silent film-era heartthrob Rudolph Valentino, Silent Life. Ms. Fenn has also recently published her first children’s book called No Man’s Land, which tells the story of a child on the autism spectrum.

Valiant Sails into Baltimore Comic-Con 2018 with Exclusives, Panels, and More!

There are only a few short weeks before Baltimore Comic-Con, and Valiant is poised to take Maryland’s biggest pop culture convention by storm with a sensational slate of panels, signings, and more – starting with the publisher’s limited-edition exclusives!

From Friday, September 28th through Sunday, September 30th, stop by Booth #2006 inside the Baltimore Convention Center to discover why Valiant is one of the most critically acclaimed publishers in the comic book industry with a robust selection of trade paperbacks and deluxe hardcovers!

While you’re there, be sure to check out Valiant’s highly limited Baltimore-exclusive offerings!

First up, don’t miss the Faith: Dreamside #1 Baltimore Comic-Con Exclusive Variant by Eisner-nominated artist Steve Conley! From celebrated writer Jody Houser and rising star artist MJ Kim comes the first issue of a spooky new limited series that marks Faith’s triumphant return to comic book store shelves – and her very first team-up with the Death-Defying Doctor Mirage!

Next, a new journey into the unknown begins with the X-O Manowar #19 Baltimore Comic-Con Exclusive Variant, featuring dazzling artist Jason Metcalf! Eisner-nominated writer Matt Kindt joins forces with incendiary artist Juan José Ryp for an all-new arc and new jumping-on point for Valiant’s flagship ongoing series, as the armored Visigoth Aric of Dacia faces off against a new otherworldly threat to Earth!

Plus, Valiant’s got a double dose of incredible panel presentations lined up for the weekend! On Saturday, September 29th from 2:45 to 3:45 pm ET in Room 333-344, join some of the talented people behind Valiant’s slate of critically acclaimed comic series for a candid, behind-the-scenes panel discussion in Valiant: The Craft of Comics! Find out just what it takes to put together a compelling story from start to finish, how to make your series stand apart, and how the editorial process functions at the highest levels – from the award-winning industry veterans behind the Valiant Universe’s greatest hits!

Then, on Sunday, September 30th from 1:45 to 2:45pm ET in Room 339-342, get all your Valiant questions answered at the Valiant: 101 and Beyond panel! New to the Valiant Universe? With Valiant’s all-new and exciting “BEYOND” initiative approaching at the end of 2018, there’s never been a better time to become a fan! Jump on board right here with a concise and fun-filled introduction to the origins and adventures of Valiant’s greatest and most iconic heroes!

And don’t forget: The #ValiantVisits Initiative is currently in full swing! From now until the end of the 2018 convention season and beyond, the hardest-working sales team in comics will be dropping in with local retailers all across the country to talk shop, share updates, and give away some awesome swag! Keep your eye on the #ValiantVisits hashtag on both Facebook and Twitter to see where Valiant will be stopping next!

Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Michael Copon as a Guest

The Baltimore Comic-Con will be back in the Inner Harbor on September 28-30 at the Baltimore Convention Center. VIP, General Admission, Fan Package, and Ringo Award tickets are available online now at our website. Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the addition of Michael Copon to the show FridaySaturday, and Sunday.

Michael Copon started his entertainment journey in the year 2000 in Hollywood, and it led him all across the globe. Growing up in Chesapeake, Virginia, Michael had the pleasure of learning art from his entire family, and he has been entertaining since he first took hold of his mother’s video camera at the age of 5 years old. “I love my job,” Michael says, full of passion and energy. “Acting is not lying, it is living truthfully in an imaginary circumstance with a little bit of yourself in that truth.” Michael is convinced that he will never give up!

Michael started his acting career as the Blue Power Ranger on Power Rangers Time Force while simultaneously modeling in various print advertisements for companies such as PacSun, Levis, and Sketchers. Alongside modeling, he was featured in numerous commercials repping for companies like Old Navy and AT&T. These opportunities kept him busy until he broke out on the hit TV show One Tree Hill as Felix Taggarro, the Latino bad boy. This show opened doors for him to other lead roles, like Penn in Bring It On: In It To Win It and Mathayus in Scorpion King 2: Rise Of The Warrior, both from Universal Studios. He is commonly known for playing the lead singer Ricky in the Boyz ‘N’ Motion on Disney’s That’s So Raven. Michael is also recognized through his frequent guest star roles in CSI: MiamiHawaii 5-0Reno 911, and Scrubs. Michael’s shows his range in the Night Of The Demons remake, and Lionsgate’s Killer Holiday (co-produced by Michael himself) where he taps into his painful past to play the serial killer “Melvin Holiday.”

Acting isn’t all that Michael’s capable of doing. He is a singer who has toured with Bruno Mars and a philanthropist who fights to both defend bullying with his “I Am Me” campaign and support kids with autism and shaken baby syndrome. These concerns are dear to him because his adopted brother has a traumatic brain injury. “Being on set, I couldn’t help but figure out how movies are made,” Michael says, as he explains his journey to his hometown Chesapeake, Virginia to open up his very own film production studio “Michael Copon Studios LLC”. MCS has produced Worth The Price, written and directed by Michael, created a TV show entitled Dystopia, and co-produced the film Public Affairs, where Michael stars alongside Adrian Grenier from Entourage and Mimi Rogers. Michael has acted in over 21 movies, 95 episodes of television, and has produced 6 projects. Whether Michael is in the U.S. or overseas, west coast or the east coast, there is one thing that stays constant: Michael Copon is a force to be reckoned with.

Inaugural ComicPro “Nuts and Bolts” Conference to be Held in Baltimore

ComicsPRO, the comics specialty retailer trade association, has announced that registration is now open for the Comic Industry One-Day Conference. Being held on September 27th, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center, this conference will feature a series of 1-hour presentations to help retailers improve their businesses.

This year’s presentations will be announced in the next two weeks.

They may include:

  • Working with schools
  • Free Comic Book Day
  • Local Comic Shop Day
  • Social media class
  • Working with universities and libraries
  • Human resources
  • Diversifying product mix
  • Building a kids section and customer base
  • How to profitably sell back issues

Every retailer attending the Comic Industry One Day Conference will be presented with a gift bag that will include a copy of the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con VIP Yearbook (Strangers in Paradise) and various other giveaways from Diamond and major publishers. Attending retailers will also receive free attendance to the Baltimore Comic-Con.

Buck Rogers and Silver Spoons’ Erin Gray is Coming to Baltimore Comic Con

Come to the Baltimore Convention Center in the Inner Harbor for the return of the Baltimore Comic-Con on September 28-30, 2018VIP, General Admission, Fan Package, and Ringo Award tickets are now available online. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the addition of Erin Gray to the show FridaySaturday, and Sunday.

For five years on nightly network NBC TV, Erin Gray was the American public’s image of the ideal woman. Her “Kate” in Silver Spoons managed to have it all – marriage, family, and business career. And for the two years before that, she had redefined our public image of the beauty with brains: when Buck Rogers in the 25th Century became a hit series, her sleek, sophisticated “Colonel Wilma” became a role model, and Erin Gray became a household word.

Erin’s success as the face that launched some of America’s most glamorous beauty products was already legendary before she made the dramatic career change from model to actress. As the original “I’m worth it” woman for L’Oreal, and the Bloomingdales spokeswoman for Ten years, she was launched into a starring role in the critically acclaimed television mini-series Evening in Byzantium with Glenn Ford. Ms. Gray continued to star in numerous Movies-of The-Week, Born BeautifulStarmanCoach of the Year, and Code of Vengeance, and also starred as Lilah opposite Kenny Rogers in the feature film Six Pack directed by Dan Petrie.

In Silver Spoons, in which Ms. Gray met and mastered the triple-challenge of the television sitcom-comedy, television, and live audiences, she further honed her “live audience” comedic skills by doing theater, starring in California Suite and Six Rooms River View, and not only achieving critical success with Social Security, but bringing audiences to their feet with standing ovations. In the summer of ’97 Erin starred in the award-winning play La Moure N.D. 58458 at the Bitter Truth Theatre in Los Angeles, as part of the cutting edge NoHo Arts Festival.

Ms. Gray continued to co-star in numerous MOWs such as Breaking Home Ties with Jason Robards, The Avenging Ace and Addicted to His Love. In four fascinating roles, Ms. Gray was again able to express her versatility and range as a psychotic killer and “evil duchess” opposite John Rhys Davies, a brilliant and twisted femme fatal in Dark Justice, opposite Frances’s leading comedic leading actor Thierry L’Hermite in a hilariously funny farce as an American writer who, while hiding out in a French Chateau, becomes involved in a murder mystery.

In the mid nineties Erin starred in three feature films, Jason Goes To HellDangerous Place, and T-Force. She also starred in the first original movie for the USA/ Sci-Fi Networks, Official Denial, as well as the challenging role as the intense prosecutor, Pam Bozanich, in the controversial Fox-produced film of the Menendez trail, Honor Thy Father and Mother. Erin went on to make appearances in guest-starring roles in the CBS MOW Crowfoot, the series Heaven Help UsSilk StalkingsRenegade, and the very popular Baywatch.

In the year 2000 Erin guest starred in recurring roles, as Congresswoman Karen Archer in NBC’s highly acclaimed drama Profiler, and the coldhearted Nicole Devlin in ABC’s  Port Charles. And in 2002, Erin was honored with the Entertainer Award at San Diego Film Festival. Within the last 18 years, Erin has also completed filming 17 independent feature films: The Last Producer with Burt Reynolds, Woman’s StorySocial MisfitsTouched By A KillerDelicate InstrumentsS.W.A.T.ManFastSerial IntentionsClover Bend with Robert Urich, Caught In The Headlights with Stacey Keach, The Wedding VideoLoaded, with Chace Crawford and Jesse Metcalf, My True SelfHunter PreyNestingChristmas in Palm SpringsFinding Grace, and the award-winning independent film Dreams Awake, for which Erin received Best Actress in a Feature Film from the Monaco’s Angel Film Festival.

Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Katrina Law as a Guest

The Baltimore Comic-Con comes to the Inner Harbor on September 28-30, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Tickets are on sale now for VIP, General Admission, Fan Packages, and the Ringo Awards Banquet and Ceremony. Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the addition of Katrina Law to the show FridaySaturday, and Sunday.

Katrina Law currently stars on Sony Crackle’s The Oath alongside Sean Bean and Ryan Kwanten. Prior to that, she starred as the female lead in Antoine Fuqua/Jerry Bruckheimer’s Training Day series for CBS and Warner Brothers Television.

Katrina also stars in the Independent features, Apparition directed by Quinn Saunders, and Death Valley directed by T.J. Scott, as well as Zeroes directed by Charles Smith and Darkness Rising directed by Austin Reading. She also starred in a pivotal role as Danny Glover’s right hand woman in the Independent feature Checkmate directed by Timothy Woodward Jr.

Katrina has gained an extremely loyal global following from her recurring role of “Nyssa Al Ghul,” on CW’s Arrow. She notably starred as the romantic lead in Hallmark’s Snow Bride directed by Bert Kish. Snow Bride has become one of Hallmarks highest rated movies, which led to her starring again for Hallmark in 12 Gifts of Christmas directed by Peter Sullivan. Katrina previously starred in the series Spartacus for Starz Network.

Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Tricia Helfer

The Inner Harbor welcomes the Baltimore Comic-Con back in 2018 on September 28-30 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Get your VIP, General Admission, Fan Package, and Ringo Award tickets online now at our website. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced the addition of Tricia Helfer to the show Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Tricia Helfer is best known as the face of the series, and for her Leo award-winning lead performance as the humanoid, Cylon ‘Number Six’ in the critically acclaimed Syfy series, Battlestar Galactica. Helfer has since gone on to book leading roles on a wide variety of networks. Tricia recently starred as a series regular on FOX’s Lucifer, switching gears from the role as Lucifer’s mother Charlotte, to an attorney by the same name.

Prior to Lucifer, Tricia was recurring in season two of the Playstation & Sony Picture TV series, Powers. Just before that, Helfer also played the lead of the Syfy channel’s original miniseries Ascension co-starring Brian Van Holt. In early 2014, Helfer starred as the lead of the ABC series, Killer Women. The Sofia Vergara-produced series followed beautiful badass Molly Parker (Helfer), in the notorious Texas Rangers frontier patrol, as she pursued justice despite being embroiled in a continuous fight for her peers’ respect.

Born in Donalda, Alberta, Canada, Helfer moved to Los Angeles in 2002 quickly earning a guest star spot on the second season finale of C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation. The following year, she earned her break with Battlestar Galactica, achieving a remarkably fast and successful transition into acting. During her hiatus from Battlestar Galactica, Helfer portrayed the legendary Farrah Fawcett in NBC’s film, Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie’s Angels. She furthered expanded her portfolio by starring as ‘Stephanie Jacobs’ opposite Dennis Hopper and Billy Zane in the independent feature Memory, and later starred alongside LeeLee Sobieski in another independent, Walk All Over Me, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Helfer returned to the small-screen in 2008, joining the cast of the USA Network’s hit series, Burn Notice for a multi-episode arc. The next year, she filmed recurring guest spots on the award-winning CBS comedy, Two and a Half Men, while appearing on Fox’s crime shows Chuck and Lie to Me. In 2010, Helfer booked a series regular role on the ten-episode arc of Jerry Bruckheimer’s Dark Blue, starring opposite Dylan McDermott, and went on to do a variety of terrific roles on series such as Suits, on USA Network, Key and PeeleThe LibrariansCommunityChuckJeremiah, and Franklin & Bash, among others. In addition to her vast array of television roles, Tricia starred in the film, A Beginner’s Guide to Endings, with Harvey Keitel, Scott Caan, and JK Simmons, and later went on to star in Authors Anonymous with Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.

Adding to her impressive resume, Helfer has done prolific voiceover work in mega-hit video game franchises including, playing the roles of Commander Veronica Dare in Halo: ODST, EDI in Mass Effect 2and 3, Sarah Kerrigan in Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, for which she won the 2010 VGA for Best Performance, as well as in StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. She also showcased her voice talent in animated productions, Green Lantern: First Flight, a Cartoon Network TV movie, on Disney XD’s The Spectacular Spider-Man, and on Disney XD’s TRON: Uprising. In addition to acting, Helfer continues to support as many causes as she can, as she strongly believes in giving back. Tricia supports the Humane Society of United States, Best Friends Animal Society, amfAR, PETA, Kitten Rescue, and Richmond Animal Protection Society. Tricia, who has dual citizenship in the US and Canada, currently resides in Los Angeles.

Karl Kesel and Tom Grummett’s Section Zero Debuts at Baltimore Comic Con

Karl Kesel and Tom Grummett – best known for working together on The Reign of the Supermen and Superboy – will debut their creator-owned graphic novel Section Zero at this year’s Baltimore Comic-ConSeptember 28-30 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Both creators will be in attendance at the 2018 event.

Originally published by Image Comics in 2000, Kesel and Grummett only produced three issues of Section Zero before personal matters forced Kesel to put the project on the shelf. Over the years, various publishers and possibilities were pursued to bring the title back, but it wasn’t until a successful Kickstarter that the pair could return to finish what they had begun 18 years earlier.

The result is an impressive 224-page hardcover Section Zero Ultra-Cool Collector’s Edition – slightly oversized, spot gloss and 5th color on the cover, ribbon bookmark, with a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes material, and an introduction by Kurt Busiek. (Yes – that Kurt Busiek.)

The icing on the cake, however, is a gallery of Section Zero pin-ups by some of comics’ top talents. “I basically called in every favor I had in the industry,” admits Kesel. The result was clearly worth it: Dave Gibbons, Chris Samnee, Terry Dodson, Kelley Jones, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Jerry Ordway, Matthew Clark, John Paul Leon, and Ben Caldwell all contributed to the book.

To celebrate the book’s debut, Kesel and Grummett will be including a limited-edition Section Zero Greetings From Baltimore postcard with every copy of the book fans take home.

Baltimore Comic Con Welcomes Dave Dorman, Steve Geiger, Bob Hall, Dawn McTeigue, Roy Richardson, and Bob Wiacek

Baltimore Comic-Con falls on the weekend of September 28-30, 2018 and will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center in Balitmore’s Inner Harbor. Advance tickets are now available for purchase. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced first-time guests Dave DormanSteve Geiger, Bob Hall, Dawn McTeigue, Roy Richardson, and Bob Wiacek to the show in 2018.

Dave Dorman is an Eisner, Inkpot, and Bram Stoker Award-winning artist, toy designer, filmmaker and storyteller. Dorman spent his childhood in Hawaii, traveled as an Air Force brat, and played tight end for state championship football team for Friendly, MD High School. He graduated from Joe Kubert School and was voted #1 Star Wars artist by The Official Best of Star Wars Magazine fans. He has worked for Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse Comics and won an Eisner Award for Aliens: Tribes. Dorman has been a book publisher, a full-time illustrator, a pop culture and film enthusiast, and is the creator of The Wasted Lands. Dave provided over 100 realistic pieces of artwork for GI Joe action figures in the mid-1980s, and was later approached in the mid-1990s for art to the larger sized action figures.

For the past twenty years, Steve Geiger has served as a professional artist in the advertising and comic book fields. After graduating from Buffalo State University, he began his career as an apprentice to the legendary comic book artist John Romita Sr. He was soon hired on staff, and eventually was named Managing Art Director for The Marvel Entertainment Group. Throughout his career, he has served as a regular artist on such comics as Spider-ManThe Incredible HulkBloodshotScionLorelei, and Samuree. Steve has also illustrated many covers and one-shots for such titles as The X-MenPunisher: War JournalFantastic FourBatman, and countless others. He is now launching his own enterprise, The Evilgeiger Empire, an entertainment development company devoted to the creation, implementation, and production of original content and creator-owned concepts and characters. Current projects include: 412 ComicsBenderThe Henchman with Devin HyltonGabriel DamascusCutter, and Plowboy in the Cornmeal Universe with Hollywood Animation. Steve lives in Williamsville, NY with his wife Kristy and their children, Steven III and Scarlett Evelyn.

Bob Hall had a long association with Marvel Comics, where at one time or another he drew most of the major books and characters such as The ChampionsSpider-ManDr. DoomConanThorThe Fantastic FourThe SubmarinerCaptain AmericaPSI ForceThe Avengers, and The New Mutants. He was the artist for the West Coast Avengers mini-series and was the primary artist on the original Squadron Supreme. He drew movie adaptations of WillowDark Man, and the notorious first Captain America movie, as well as pencils and inks for the graphic novel, Emperor Doom. Bob was an editor at Marvel in 1979. For Valiant, he wrote and penciled the monthly series Shadowman, wrote Timewalker, and then created Armed and Dangerous, a black and white “comicbook-noir” series. For DC, he wrote and drew the Batman graphic novel projects, Batman DOAI Joker, and It’s Jokertime. In 2016, he wrote and drew an educational/fantasy about the measles virus for the University of Nebraska called Carnival of Contagion. Bob is a member of the National Cartoonists Society, Actors Equity Association, and the Society for Directors and Choreographers. His work can be seen at www.bobhall.com. Commissions and original art are available through www.catskillcomics.com. He can be messaged on Facebook.

Dawn McTeigue is a comic book artist. You can see her work as an interior artist for Rothic’s Southern NightgownREM:8DiVinica, and for DC Comics’ Harley Quinn & her Gang of Harleys #5 as well as cover artist for Rothic, DC Comics, Coffin Comics, Lady Mechanika, Aspen, Dark Horse/Dynamite, Valiant, and Zenescope. Dawn also streams art on Twitch a few times a week to show the process of creating comic art. Dawn lives in Calgary, Canada with her husband and three kids.

Roy Richardson was inspired to pursue a comics career by the work of Jack Kirby, the ground breaking Fourth World series in particular. He has worked for all the major publishers, on such books as Captain AmericaIron ManThe FlashStar Wars, and his own co-creation, The Tomorrow Knights, which has been adapted into a role-playing game from ZMan Games. He also worked for 15 years in collaboration with his wife (and BCC guest) June Brigman, inking, lettering, and coloring the Brenda Starr comic strip. The pair have recently taken over the artistic reins of the long-running Mary Worth comic strip, and their new comic book series Captain Ginger will be debuting from Ahoy Comics this Fall. Roy is also hard at work on his first book of short stories, entitled Hillbillies Prefer Blondes, tales of growing up in the South in the 1970’s. His online portfolio can be seen at www.ArtWanted.com/royart.

Bob Wiacek has worked with many great talents such as Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Gene Colan, John and Sal Buscema, Walter Simonson, Frank Miller, Barry Windsor-Smith, George Perez, Jerry Ordway, Paul Smith, Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Don Heck, Ron Garney, June Brigman, Colleen Doran, plus many others. He has inked Mike Grell on The Legion of Super Heroes #220 and Al Milgrom on Marvel Presents #7-The Guardians of the Galaxy for Marvel. From that time, on he has inked every major title for Marvel, including The X-MenSpider-ManThorIron ManCaptain AmericaHulkShe-HulkMan-ThingStar WarsSilver Surfer, and Fantastic Four just to name a few. At DC, he worked on SupermanBatmanGreen LanternBrave and the BoldThe RayBatman FamilyJustice SocietyShazam, and Challengers of the Unknown, which is a small sampling as well. As far as independent publishers, he did work for Dark Horse, Image, Relium Media, Archie, and Valiant, where he worked on Archer and ArmstrongBloodshot, and Solar. He has inked noteworthy issues in titles including Uncanny X-MenX-FactorStar WarsIron ManBatman, and Bloodshot. On the Iron-Man 2020 project, he co-plotted with Walter Simonson, and penciled and inked the book (with an able assist from Will Rosado). Of late, Wiacek has helped out inking All New Wolverine and a JLA General Mills comic, which was available in different cereal boxes. He has also inked Badger #1 for First Comics and Stars End #2 from Insane Comics. Outside of comics, he starred in a commercial with rap group G-Unit in 2003, and has a small part in the independent film Manos: The Rise of Torgo, for which he did the poster.

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