Guests for Comicon 2016
Guests are listed in alphabetical order by first name.

Known for roles in some of the most popular television series in both the US and the UK, Alex Kingston began her career with a recurring role on the BBC teen drama Grange Hill. After appearing in such films as The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover and A Pin for the Butterfly, Kingston began appearing on the long-running medical drama ER in September of 1997. She first appeared in the premiere episode of the fourth season, the award-winning live episode "Ambush" where she portrayed British surgeon, Elizabeth Corday. Her character proved to be incredibly popular, appearing on the series for just over seven seasons until leaving in October 2004. Kingston did return to the role in spring 2009 during ER’s 15th and final season for two episodes. Kingston continued to entertain US audiences in November 2005, when she guest-starred in the long-running mystery drama Without a Trace.

Not limiting her talents to the screen, in 2006, Kingston starred as Nurse Ratched, opposite Christian Slater as Randle Patrick McMurphy, in the Garrick Theatre's West End production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

2008 saw Kingston in one of her most beloved recurring roles to genre fans when she guest-starred in the fourth series of Doctor Who. Her debut as the character River Song was in the two-part episode "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead.” Originally thought to be a one-off, River Song was such a hit with fans she has since appeared in fifteen episodes of the series and counting.

Later in 2008, Kingston took the part of Mrs Bennet in the acclaimed four-part British television production Lost in Austen, based on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.In October that same year, Kingston returned to US screens with an appearance in the perennially popular CSI:Crime Scene Investigation where she portrayed Patricia Alwick, a psychiatrist and grief counsellor who helps the team cope with the recent death of CSI member Warrick Brown.

The next year, Kingston portrayed Miranda Pond, a defense attorney in two episodes of the legal drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and returned the following year as the same character in two more episodes of the long-running series.

In early 2013, Kingston began appearing in the CW series Arrow,based on the Green Arrow DC comics character, as Professor Dinah Lance, the mother of Laurel and Sara Lance and can next be seen in the films Happily Ever After and Bukowski, based on the life of author Charles Bukowski.

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Acclaimed illustrator Basil Gogos was born in Egypt to Greek parents. He moved with his family to America when he was sixteen years old. Gogos attended several New York area schools which include the National School of Design, the Phoenix School of Design, and the School of the Visual Arts. Moreover, Basil studied with noted illustrator Frank J. Reilly at the Art Students League of New York.

After winning a competition sponsored by Pocket Books, Gogos began his professional career with his first cover painting for the Western paperback novel "Pursuit" in 1959. He provided cover illustrations for men's adventure magazines in the early 1960's. Basil achieved his greatest enduring popularity with his remarkable cover illustrations for nearly 50 issues of the beloved horror cinema magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland. Gogos not only did drawings of such iconic horror thespians as Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, Lon Chaney, and Peter Cushing, but also such classic horror characters as Dracula, the Mummy, Frankenstein's monster, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, Godzilla, King Kong, the Wolf Man, and the Phantom of the Opera.

Other publications Basil did cover art for are "Eerie," "Creepy," "Spaceman," "Wildest Westerns," and "The Spirit." In the late 1970's Gogos decided to focus more on fine art; he did personal art pieces in watercolor and other media. He also worked as a photo retoucher in the ad department for United Artists, did occasional illustrations for movie posters, and later moved into advertising where he produced presentation sketches and storyboards for a major ad agency. Basil returned to the horror genre in the mid-1990's; his work has appeared on trading cards, lithographs, and the covers of the magazine "Monsterscene." In addition, Gogos has painted CD covers for Rob Zombie, the Misfits, and Electric Frankenstein. The coffee table book "Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos" was published by Vanguard Productions in 2005. In 2006 Basil Gogos was the recipient of the Rondo Hutton Classic Horror Awards' Special Monster Kid Hall of Fame Award for his exceptional contributions to classic horror.

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Beth Cato hails from Hanford, California, but currently writes and bakes cookies in a lair west of Phoenix, Arizona. She's the author of The Clockwork Dagger (a 2015 Locus Award finalist for First Novel) and The Clockwork Crown from Harper Voyager. Her new alt history-steampunk series starts with Breath of Earth this August. Follow her at and on Twitter at @BethCato.

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Beth Sotelo got her start in 2001 as a colorist for Top Cow Productions (Magdalena Vol 2, Witchblade/Wolverine). Since then she has colored comics for Marvel (New X-Men Vol 1, Wolverine: Killing Made Simple Vol 1), DC (Brightest Day Vol 1, Supergirl Vol 5), and Aspen Comics (Fathom Vol 4, Soulfire Vol 2) Currently, Beth is writing and drawing her creator-owned book titled Grump which was successfully funded through Kickstarter.

Find out more about Beth on her website, and follow her on Twitter.

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Chad Hardin: Penciler and Inker on Harley Quinn.

Chad Hardin grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. He moved to Cedar City, Utah, where he attended Southern Utah University and later completed his Bachelor's in Art with an Illustration Concentration. After graduation, he went to work in the video game industry, where he worked on a number of high-profile titles for several studios.In 2006, he quit his full-time job as an in-house illustrator to pursue his life-long dream of drawing comics.

In 2013 He graduated from the Academy of Art University of San Francisco with an MFA in illustration. Today he resides in Enoch, Utah, with his wife and four children, and is currently illustrating DC's hit comic Harley Quinn.

Take a look at Chad's website here. You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

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Chris Uminga is a freelance illustrator and artist, who is currently creating original artwork for Disney's Wonderground Gallery. He has also worked for WB/DC Comics and IDW Publishing. Chris has designed toys for Mezco (Living Dead Dolls: Figurines) as well as album cover art for Interscope Records.

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Eve Myles trained at The Welsh College of Music and Drama. She began her career performing on stage in titles including Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 for the National Theatre, The Tamer Tamed/The Taming of the Shrew and Titus Andronicus, for which she was an Ian Charleston Award winner in 2004, and All New People at the Dukes of York Theatre.

Continuing her career on television, Eve is known for her role as Gwen Cooper in the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood. She's also appeared in Broadchurch, Baker Boys, Framed, Little Dorrit, Merlin, Soundproof, Doctor Who, Colditz, Belonging, Score, Dot's Story, Tales from Pleasure Beach, and Large.

In 2007, Eve won the Best Actress BAFTA for her portrayal of Gwen Cooper in Torchwood, and was also nominated at The National Television Awards 2012 for same role.

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Gates McFadden (Artistic Director/Director)

Plays produced at EST/LA under her four-year tenure as Artistic Director include Julie Hebert’s Tree, Nicholas Kazan’s Mlle. God, Tom Jacobson’s House of the Rising Son, Keliher Walsh’sYear of the Rabbit and Nate Edleman’s Belle of Belfast,  as well as four productions she directed: Crack Whore Galore, Gregory Moss's House of Gold, Steve Yockey's The Fisherman’s Wife, and the workshop production of Steve Serpas’ The Last Look Back starring Brent Spiner.

Acting credits include six years and four films portraying Dr.Beverly Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Kimba Rose in the series Marker; recurring role on Mad About You as well as numerous guest roles. 

Films include “Taking Care of Business”, and “The Hunt for Red October.” New York theatre: Tommy Tune’s production of Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Delacorte), How to Say Goodbye (Vineyard Theater), Emerald City (NYTW), The Homecoming (JRT) EST’s 2productions of To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday. Los Angeles theatre: Derek Wolcott's' Viva Detroit, The Shore (EST/LA) and recently 'Clytemnestra" in Tom Jacobson's trilogy The Vesuvius Prophecies, an EST/LA and Getty Villa co-produced reading series. Director of Choreography and PuppetMovement for the films “Labyrinth” and “Dreamchild” under Jim Henson. 

Choreographer in Residence BAM Theater Company under RSC's David Jones. A well-known teacher of the techniques of Jacques Lecoq, faculty positions have included Brandeis, Harvard, NYU Tisch School of Arts, The Stella Academy in Hamburg, and the University of Pittsburgh. Gates was awarded the George Burns Teaching Fellowship at USC.

View Gates' full IMDb here. You can also follow her on Twitter and check out her website here.

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Born in Glasgow, Scotland on Jan. 4, 1961, Graham McTavish began his acting career performing Shakespeare on stage in several amateur and professional productions. He made his screen debut as an extra in Tobe Hooper's sci-fi horror film Lifeforce (1986) and celebrated his screen credit in an episode of the British television show Return to Treasure Island, and Eric the Viking. McTavish played the character Warden Ackerman in five episodes of series 8 of Red Dwarf and has also had many supporting roles in British dramas and films such as Casualty, Jekyll, The Bill, Taggart and Sisterhood.

After moving to Hollywood in 2007, he landed the role of the the ill-tempered Mercenary Commander Lewis in Rambo and has since appeared in several popular television series, including Lost (Desmond's drill sergeant), 24 (Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Novakovich), NCIS (as a Russian pirate), and Prison Break (Ferguson).

Recently, McTavish appeared in the 2011 film The Wicker Tree, Robin Hardy's sequel to his 1973 film, The Wicker Man. He also played Dwalin in the The Hobbit films.

McTavish’s portfolio also includes voice and motion capture work for the evil psychopath war criminal Zoran Lazarevic in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, the voice of the main protagonist Dante Alighieri in Dante's Inferno, Restoration leader Commander Lucius in the Shadow Complex video game, and the Decepticon Thundercracker in Transformers: War for Cybertron. McTavish has also leant his voice to the Marvel Comics villain Loki in Hulk Vs. Thor and The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, antagonist Joseph Bertrand III in Infamous 2 and newcomer Charlie Cutter in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.

In September 2013, it was announced that McTavish had been cast as Dougal Mackenzie in the upcoming television series Outlander for the American television channel Starz. The series is an adaption of the bestselling novels by author Diana Gabaldon. The series premiered on 9 August 2014 to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike.

View Graham's full IMDb here. You can also visit his official website and follow him on Twitter.

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Jae Lee is a Korean-American comic book artist, known for his dark and elegant style. In 1990, he became one of the youngest artists ever to work for a major publisher. He is an Eisner Award-winner for his work on Marvel's The Inhumans.

The art from his collaboration with writer Grant Morrison on Fantastic Four: 1234, was featured in an exhibition at The Society of Illustrators in New York City. In 2007, Lee was hand picked by Stephen King for a six year collaboration on the Dark Tower comics and novels.

Lee's recent projects include Before Watchmen: Ozymandias and Batman/Superman.

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Jason Meents (pronounced Ments) born in Illinois and now living in Colorado, started drawing since he could pick up a crayon. Professionally and as a freelance artist Jason has taken on many projects over the years. He has done work from graphic designs to sports illustrations for professional athletes. However, with the expected birth of his daughter, his work took a turn in focus and now, he has won the world over with his “Tykes take over” art which gives all the characters we have grown up with or just grown to love a whole new look.

He has entered his art into contests for Spawn landing second place with his “Tyke Spawn” out of thousands and won the heart over with the publishers of Red Sonja making it in the final 4, appearing in Spawn #250 and Red Sonja #14. Jason is currently working on a cast of original superhero tyke characters for upcoming sself-publishedcomic set to be out 2016.

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Best known for his portrayal of Jason Voorhees, in four of the Friday the 13th films, he is to this day the most memorable Jason. To date, Kane Hodder starred in Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, and Jason X.

Kane is also well known for his role as Victor Crowley in Hatchet, which rolled into the film franchise, Hatchet II and in Hatchet III.

Kane Hodder is the true definition of dichotomy: he is possibly the most beloved horror icon in the film industry, as well as with his millions of fans. Kane towers at 6'3" and has an intimidating and unforgettable, powerful presence. And a heart of gold.

Kane Hodder is often compared to legendary film stars such as Vincent Price, Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff.

Take a look at Kane's full IMDb here. You can also follow him on Twitter and on Instagram.

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Wolfman was active in fandom before he broke into professional comics at DC in 1968. Wolfman was one of the first to publish Stephen King, with In A Half-World of Terror in Wolfman's horror fanzine Stories of Suspense No. 2.

Wolfman's first published work for DC Comics appeared in Blackhawk No. 242. He and long-time friend Len Wein created the character Jonny Double in Showcase No. 78 scripted by Wolfman. The two co-wrote Eye of the Beholder in Teen Titans No. 18, which would be Wein's first professional comics credit. Neal Adams was called upon to rewrite and redraw a Teen Titans story which had been written by Wein and Wolfman. The story, titled Titans Fit the Battle of Jericho! would have introduced DC's first African American superhero, but was rejected by publisher Carmine Infantino. The revised story appeared in Teen Titans No. 20. Wolfman and Gil Kane created an origin for Wonder Girl in Teen Titans No. 22, which introduced the character's new costume.

In 1974, Wolfman moved to Marvel Comics as protégé of then-editor Roy Thomas. When Thomas stepped down, Wolfman eventually took over as editor, initially in charge of the black and white magazines then finally the color line of comics.

While at Marvel Wolfman wrote lengthy runs of Amazing Spider-Man (where he co-created the Black Cat); Fantastic Four; and Doctor Strange. He created Nova in that character's eponymous first issue. In 1978, Wolfman took over writing the Howard the Duck syndicated newspaper comic strip, which adapted several stories from the original Steve Gerber-written comics.

His best-received work was The Tomb of Dracula, a fledgling horror comic which in his six years as writer Wolfman turned into a rich, complex piece of high gothic, well matched with the moody shade-and-light pencilling of Gene Colan. Taking Bram Stoker's basic story, Wolfman created his own vampire mythology and introduced a set of new characters, including Blade.

In 1980, Wolfman returned to DC and teaming with penciller George Pérez, Wolfman relaunched DC's Teen Titans. The New Teen Titans added the Wolfman-Pérez creations Raven, Starfire and Cyborg to the old team's Robin, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash and Beast Boy (renamed Changeling). The series became DC's first new hit in years, and its first serious competitor to Marvel since the early 1970s.

Other projects by Wolfman for DC during the early 1980s included collaborating with artist Gil Kane on a run on Superman, rejoining Colan (who had also moved to DC) on the short-lived Night Force, a revival of Dial H for Hero with Carmine Infantino, and a nearly two year run on Green Lantern with Joe Staton. During their collaboration on Green Lantern, Wolfman and Staton created the Omega Men.

In 1985, Wolfman and Pérez launched Crisis on Infinite Earths, a 12-issue limited series celebrating DC's 50th anniversary. Featuring a cast of thousands and a timeline that ranged from the beginning of the universe to the end of time, it killed scores of characters, integrated a number of heroes from other companies to DC continuity, and re-wrote 50 years of DC universe history in order to streamline it.

Wolfman was also involved in the DC Comics relaunch of the Superman line, reinventing nemesis Lex Luthor and initially scripting the Adventures of Superman title.

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Writer, editor, and color-artist Renee Witterstaetter is the author of Nick Cardy: The Aritst at War, Excess: The Art of Michael Golden, Tex: The Art or Mark Texeira, the children's book Kerry and the Scary Things, Dying for Action: The Life and Films of Jackie Chan, and Nick Cardy: Wit-Lash among many others.

Renee began the comic phase of her career working on such titles as Guardians of the Galaxy, Superman, Silver Surfer, Conan The Barbarian, The Punisher special projects, and Conan Saga, then going on to spearhead the reintroduction of She-Hulk, at Marvel as well, as part of that legendary run.

She then moved to Topps Comics where she was the editor on X-Files, Jurassic Park, Xena and Hercules and is the co-creator—with Jackie Chan and artist Michael Golden-- of the successful series, Spartan X which will be made into a trade paperback featuring new material in 2015.

She is also the colorist on hundreds of comics from The Avengers to Spider-man to Captain America to Jurassic Park, among many, many others. "I must have colored a thousand pages of comic books," she says.

Film work was a natural progression for Renee after this storytelling immersion in comics, and she has since worked on dozens of music videos for Madonna, Seal, Ben Harper and Usher, as well as the feature movies Rush Hour Two, Red Dragon , To ease the lose, and Swimming With The Virgin, among others.

In addition to on-going film work, she is the President of Little Eva Ink Publishing and Eva Ink Artist Group, which represents artists and writers in comics, storyboards, fine art painting and more ( Renee is also one of the producers of the Creator Chronicles DVD series with Woodcrest Productions, featuring interviews with major industry creators such as George Perez, Bill Sienkiewicz, Michael Golden, Joe Jusko, Matt Wagner, Joe Sinnott and many more.

Current projects also include new books Michael Golden, Dangerous Curves, Santa Confidential with Hagar the Horrible artist Chris Browne, Mark Texeira: Tempest, James O'Barr: Uncoffined, and the soon to be released James O'Barr: Tears in the Rain.

Renee will be available to autograph the thousands of comics she has worked on in her career, film DVD's and her newest books available at all the shows.

In her not so abundant free time, she lectures on storytelling, most recently in China and Russia, fishes, dances, travels and is also curating several major art exhibits featuring U.S. and European talent.

For more information on Renee Witterstaetter and her projects, contact: and Eva Ink on Facebook.

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In 1994 Sarah Remy earned a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Pomona College in California. Since then she’s been employed as a receptionist at a high-powered brokerage firm, managed a boutique bookstore, read television scripts for a small production company, and, more recently, worked playground duty at the local elementary school.

When she’s not taking the service industry by storm, she’s writing fantasy and science fiction. Sarah likes her fantasy worlds gritty, her characters diverse and fallible, and she doesn’t believe every protagonist deserves a happy ending.

Before joining the Harper Voyager family, she published with EDGE, Reuts, and Madison Place Press.

Sarah lives in Washington State with plenty of animals and people, both. In her limited spare time she rides horses, rehabs her old home, and supervises a chaotic household. She can talk to you endlessly about Sherlock Holmes, World of Warcraft, and backyard chicken husbandry, and she’s been a member of one of Robin Hobb’s longest-running online fan clubs since 2002.

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Shannon Eric Denton is a veteran storyteller and artist with credits at Cartoon Network, Warner Bros., Showtime, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, NBC, Disney, Sony, ToyBiz, Marvel Entertainment, FoxKids, Paramount, CBS, Dimension Films, DC Comics and Nickelodeon.

In comics he’s drawn everything from Spawn to Star Wars to Deadpool to Superman. In animation, he has worked on shows ranging from X-Men, Spider-Man, Captain America, The Avengers, and Silver Surfer (which received an Annie nomination), as well as Dan Dare, Danny Phantom, Teen Titans, He-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ben 10, Transformers, Justice League and more.

Additional film/TV credits include Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Oscar nominee), Ozzie & Drix (Emmy nominee), Las Vegas, Ally McBeal, Community and United States of TARA. His comic and graphic novel credits include GRUNTS: War Stories (ComicBuyersGuide Fan Awards nominee for Favorite Graphic Novel), Eisner & Harvey nominated OUTLAW TERRITORY, GRAVESLINGER (Harvey Award nominee) and FLESHDIGGER. Shannon has been nominated three times for Favorite Editor in the annual ComicBuyersGuide Fan Awards, and he won the 2011 Shel Dorf Award for Editor-Of-The-Year (& was again nominated in 2012). Shannon is currently working with Alan Tudyk, Nathan Fillion and PJ Haarsma on their sci-fi epic SPECTRUM and overseeing production of the comic.

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Steve is a freelance graphic design artist/illustrator from Aurora Colorado. Steve has been working with the Aurora Rise Foundation for the past three years helping them collect all the donated art pieces for the charity’s sketchbooks. On top of creating donations himself for those books he has been working on storyboard commissions for short films and comic book commissions for clients. Steven's most recent focus has been building his fan base and providing art commissions to those supportive fans. Steven is also representing/managing Jason Meents & Nathaniel Hamel & cosplayer Kristi Kai at local events and acting as Chad Hardin's (Harley Quinn penciler/inker) sales rep at conventions all over the convention scene. Steven is focusing on producing some guest/variant covers for independent publications and self published artist projects in 2016.

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Timothy Omundson was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, on July 29, 1969, the youngest of four children. He grew up in Seattle, Washington, where his family moved when he was one. His father is a former railroad man and his mother was a teacher.

Tim started to study theatre at the age of 12 at the Seattle Children's Theater, and interned at theaters throughout high school. With acting as his main focus, he spent the summer of his junior year in New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and he was a Washington State Debate Champion in Dramatic Interpretation for two years.

He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from USC and received the Jack Nicholson Award and the James A. Doolittle Award for outstanding achievements in acting. Shortly after graduation, he got his first professional job as a guest shot on Seinfeld (1989). Next was the recurring role of Dr. Joshua Levin on SeaQuest 2032 (1993). Tim lives in the Hollywood Hills with his wife, Allison, and their dogs, Betty and Sally.

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