Are You Being Repped For A Comic Con Without Your Knowledge?

guest-badge-pccThe Walking Dead‘s Tony Moore, currently running his own comic convention, sent out a shout out to the comics industry about a fellow called Scott Roush who he said was

“claiming to represent almost every name I’ve ever seen on every convention guest list in all of history, rife with horrible misspellings and including some names I know to be with other reps. He boasts a client list of over 300 names just in comics, not to mention his massive list of actors and wrestlers. His emails are a total mess. While our convention is young, fortunately my wife and I are far from greenhorns, and we were able to easily reach out to several of our friends about their purported representation. Their reactions ranged from “No, never heard of him” to “No, I heard about this guy a little while ago and told him to never mention my name again.””

So I enquired to Scott Roush that, if Bleeding Cool say, were to start comic conventions in the USA (it could happen) who he represented.? That, specifically, was the word I used. “Represent”.

He replied telling me

So-I can get a lot of people-I used to send out a master list-It was too long and People were getting missed-So now I am in the process of sending lists by catagories-I will send you some and more later.

And he sent us the lists, reproduced at the end of this article.

So I started asking some of the comic book people he named. Most claimed never to have heard of him, a few said that they had been approached by him but weren’t being represented, and certainly couldn’t be “got” by him – and one said that yes, Scott had represented him at shows, and had done a very good job indeed.

Which sounds like it’s not a complete con job, more a massive overexaggeration.

Tony Lee, one of the people named, told me

“I have never heard of Roush, nor have I ever been contacted by him in connection with representing me at any event, convention or signing. If a convention wants to bring be to their event, my details are always available from my website, and I have never needed someone to do this. If a convention believes that they’ve booked me, then please can they contact me by email, found on my website for confirmation.”

When pressed about this, as well as pointing out the people on the list who didn’t believe they were represented by him, Scott told me

“Some may not rememember but I have talked to them and have thier contact info-So as for an honest way to behave-I told them I can possibly find them shows-like I told them in the beginning.So you talked to some that were pleased so then you know that I have worked with some and hopefully more, I never know who is going to be requested-for example George Perez and Gary Friedrich-I will be working with for the first time in the future.I do my best and the conventions decide who they want-and I have contact info for them-I dont rep anybody exclusivly.But-I am happy to help find them conventions and help the conventions get the people they need. You mentioned starting some conventions-I can help you-I can get you guests in all catagories-Wrestlers,comic people,Horror,Sci-Fi etc.So, the one that was pleased should tell you I’m a good person and not sure about the ones you said I corresponded with-if I got them shows or if they were unavailable-I dont rep anybody exclusivly or claim to be thier rep, but if you need them for your show, I have thier info and can try to make it happen.”

As for Tony Lee, Scott says he met him

“at Comicpalooza in Houston – like I said Alot of them I havnt had the chance to work with yet-some I have and they might not remember meeting me and giving me thier contact info-I’m not a jerk-I try to get them conventions and sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesnt-I just got Gary Friedrich a convention-I’ve had his info for years and never used it.its not up to me its up to the conventions-I f you want help Im more than happy to help-Im not trying to anger anyone-you said the one you spoke with that worked with me was happy thats my goal with everyone.”

And Tony admitted

I might have met him at Comicpalooza – you get guys who walk up and go ‘hey, we’re looking at doing something this year, I’d like to suggest you’ but then nothing happens. If he says ‘I’ve spoken to and can reach out to these guys’ then that’s fine. But to say ‘I can bring these guys’ isn’t so cool.”

People seem to have got the impression from Scott that the latter is the case. But, as I said, many I talked to claim never to have spoken to Scott – or certainly have no memory of speaking to him whatsoever.

Scott tells me, when I pointed out the implication of his wording,

I am happy for you to give me a suggestion on how you think I should say this. So, I thought you had a show and needed people, So I have contact info for all listed and I am more than happy to help your show have any of them attend. I do not rep any of them exclusivly, nor would I want to, as I believe repping people exclusivly robs them of opportunities as someebody else might have a connection I do not.So, When I talked to all of them I never told them I was going to rep them exclusively and I dont. I never got all caught up in terminology-manager, agent, booking agent, I prefer Booker as I know what agents and managers do and thats not me. So if you asked me if I rep these people-it was probally a simple answer of yes to get the ball rolling to get them booked on your show not to cause a big controversy. I work with conventions all over, and they decide who they want-I can make suggestions based on location of thier show, thier budget, who they have at thier show etc. I dont think anybody I have ever worked with-thinks hey I can only work with scott and nobody else.So, I hope this clears this up for you and if you need anybody or want suggestions for locations for your conventions I am more than happy to help-thats what you should get out of this encounter-I help you, I help the conventions, I help the celebrities-there should be no element of malice here.I am away at conventions probally 40 out of 52 weeks-sometimes multiple conventions in same weekend.

Does anyone have a suggestion?

Here are the lists. Are you on it? Do you want to be?

COMICS/Animation -Jim starlin-about 2 years-from-oct 2015Andy Lanning-wait 1 1/2 years from oct 2014,Chris Clairmont,James O’Barr,Whilce Portacio,Ron Marz,Roy Thomas,Matt Fraction,Kelly Sue Decconick,Mark Waid,Fabian Nicieza,Mike Zeck,John Beaty,Babs Tar,Joe Quinones,Fred Hembeck,Scott Hanna,Bob Hall-Co-Creator-West Coast Avengers,Dave Hunt,Mike Manley-Co-Creator of Darkhawk,Mark Morales, Ann Nicenti- created such Marvel characters as Typhoid Mary, Blackheart, Longshot, Mojo and Spiral.Writer-Daredevil,Beauty and the Beast,Kid Eternity.,Alex Sanchez,John Stocker,Brent Schnoover,Dean Haspiel,John Cebollero,Peter Vnguyen,Robert Pollock,Gavin Smith,Juan Fernandez,Sajad Shaw,Victor Dandridge,Jeff Dekal,Dexter Vines,Sean Chen-Iron Man,Bernard Chang,Adelso Corona,Edgar Delgado,Mark Kistler,Joe Eisman-Artist and co-creator of Morning Glories, the Eisner-nominated and NY Times Bestselling Comic series from Image Comics, Peter Krause,Amy Chu,Tony Fleecs,Ron Wilson,Agnes Garbowska,Arzia Rozegar-Can do workshops,Nei Ruffino,Michael Grassia,Jim Califiore,Fred van Lente,Jay Laiston,Dawn Mcteigue,Carl Potts,Joe Harris,Kyle Hebert,Parris Cullins,Larry Watts,Ryan Cody,Pat Quinn,Matt Webb,Ben Caldwell,Jim Amash,Dave Dorman,Allan Bellman,Jose Delbo,Rob Hunter,Dan Parsons,Karl Story,Dave Aikens,Bob Almond,Richard Case,Mike Knox,Rob Conway,Walden Wong,Juan Gideon,Mathew Mann,Rj Jojola(Writer,Cosaplayer,Vidiogamer,Tabletopgamer),Michael Watkins,Bryan Oliver,Matt Slay,Laura Martin,Jason Moore,Ginger Jegs,Tony Moy,Alex Simmons-Kidcon,Noel Macneal-Kidcon,Diana Leto,Rod Thorton,John Wycough,Brian Shearer,Thomas Lyle,Dominik Stanton,Bernie Wrightson,Kevin Sharp,Adam Schnier,Eric Blayton,Robert Atkins,Jeremy Haun,Lauren Affe,Mathew Wolf,Marc Deering,Erica Henderson,Tim Townsend,Sara Vaughn,Andrew Aydin,Jessi Sheron,Paul Maybury,Johnathan Luna,Mathew Clark,Davik Williams,Chrissy Zullo,Greg Kirkpatrick,Paola Belafor,Mike Capprolti,Christopher Sebola,Andy Suriano,Christian Ward,Evan Shanner,Rodney Bennet,Wade Van Grawbadger,Jason Shaw Alexander,James Tynian,Juan Fernandez,Andy Mcdonald,Nolan Woodard,James Harren,Chris Sprouse,Vannessa Del Roy,Meghan Hetrick,Jarreau Wimberly,Tony Shasteen,Charlie Kirchoff,Greg Schibiel,Sorah Shibao,George Newburn,John k Snyder III,Bernadette Hicky,David Rodriquez,Tamra Bonvillain,Stephan Roux,Frank barbare,Joey Weisev,Bill Sienkiewicz,Robert Vendetti,Matt Rosenberg,Catt Staggs,Eric Ebas Basaldua,John Schnepp,Rebbekah Issacs,Franchesco,Shannon Denton,Don Kramer,Pat Broderick,John Layman,Rob Guillory,MikeDebalto,Rick Burchett,Scott Kolins,Ryan Cody,Harvey Tolibao,Jay Tolibao,Don Rosa,Troy Little,Tom Richmond,Mitch Gerads,John Paulleon,Jamie Tyndall,Terry Dodson, Rachael Stott,Laura Braga,Luke Ross,Edgar Salazar,Brandon Peterson,Dominike Domo Stanton,Elliot Fernandez,Jim Zub,Crystal Graziano,Alex Kotkin,Bryan Glass,Sara Richard,Christopher Jones,Fernando Ruiz,Nelson Fargo Decastro,Sl Gallant,Laura Martin,Joe Statton,Andy Smith,Kris Anka,Jake Wyat,Kevin Wada,Ale Garza,Matt Wagner,Christie Marie Kelly,Greg Pak,Jerry Gaylord,Jk Synder3,Ken Lashley,Jose Luis Garcia,Mathew Smith,Clayton Henry,Brent Peeples,Edgar Delgado,Jake Wyat,Kyle Higgens,Brian Booch,Jeff King,Shabe Davis,Jonathan Case,Dustin Nguyen,Kevin Maguire,Roberto Poggi,Sara Pichelli,David Messina,Aaron Lopresti,Jason Shawn Alexander,Wesley Craig,Corina Bechko,Vischiti,Emanoel Simeoni,David Spulock,Frazzetta Girls,Steranko,Sienkiewicz,Basil Gogos,Lee Weeks,Brandon Montclare,Krary Randoph,Jamie Tyndall,Joyce Chin,J Tynion 4, Dave Devries,Craig Russia,Ian Nichol,Scott Ambersa,Buzz

Kevin Eastman- Co-Creator Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Steve Lavigne-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Billy Martin-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-Band Good Charlotte

Charles Soule- comic book author, musician, and attorney-Death of Wolverine, and Superman/Wonder Woman 27 published by Image Comics, Letter 44 from Oni Press.
Charles Soule attended the University of Pennsylvania, received his undergraduate degree in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, with a concentration in Chinese language and history. He later graduated from Columbia Law School.Soule currently practices law in New York City, focusing primarily on immigration and corporate law.In 2009 SLG Publishing published Soule’s graphic novel Strongman . A sequel to Strongman subtitled Oaxaca Tapout was completed in 2011 but remains unreleased. His other creator-owned projects include Strange Attractors,, released by Archaia in May 2013, and Letter 44, from Oni Press, Letter 44 was optioned for development by the SyFy network in early 2014.
DC Comics-writer- Swamp Thing starting with issue #19, Red Lanterns commencing with issue #21.
Soule-writer for Marvel Comics ongoing titles She-Hulk and Inhuman
SLG Publishing-Strongman (graphic novel),Strongman Volume Two: Oaxaca Tapout (graphic novel)
Image Comics-Twenty-Seven (4-issue limited series),Twenty Seven: Second Set (4-issue limited series),Skullkickers #18
Archaia Studios Press-Strange Attractors (5-issue limited series)
DC Comics-Swamp Thing Vol. 5 #19-40,Annual-2-Collected in TPBs-Seeder,The Killing Field,Red Lanterns #21-37-Collected inTPBS-Blood Brothers and Atrocities,Action Comics vol. 2 #23.3 ,Green Lantern vol. 5 #23.3 ,Superman/Wonder Woman #1-12 -Collected in TPBS-Power Couple,War & Peace,Superman: Doomed #1-2
Marvel Comics-Thunderbolts vol. 2 #12–26-Collected in TPBS-Infinity,No-Mercy,She-Hulk vol. 3 #1-12-TPB-Law and Disorder
Inhuman #1–present-TPB- Genesis, Original Sins #3,Death of Wolverine #1–4,Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1, 7 (2014-2015)
Death of Wolverine: The Weapon X Program #1-5 (November 2014 – January 2015)
Idaho Comics Group-Tarzan and the Comics of Idaho #1 {Contains a snippet of the as yet unpublished Strongman Volume Two: Oaxaca Tapout}
Dynamite Entertainment-Pathfinder: Goblins! #2:
Oni Press-Letter 44-Oct 2013-Present-TPB- Escape Velocity

Jay Laister-Death of Wolverine


Justin Ponsor- Currently, he colors Guardians of the Galaxy, Death of Wolverine and Miles Morales: the Ultimate Spider-Man.Justin has spent nearly two decades in comics, honing his craft in the studios of DC/Wildstorm, Avalon and Crossgen. Exclusive to Marvel since 2004, he is consistently paired with the top names in the industry. Avengers, Infinity, Uncanny X-Men and Young Avengers.

Marat Mychaels-Deadpool-6,10-12, Spiderman/Badrock, X-force-Shatterstar1-4,,X-Force 5,Created-Blindside,Caliban (Earth-2055),Dominicus Pierce (Earth-616),Nathan Summers (Earth-2055,Roberto da Costa (Earth-2055),Tabitha Smith (Earth-2055)

Reilly Brown-Deadpool

Carlo Barberi-20 issues Deadpool,19 issues Impulse,15 issues Wolverine and Deadpool,20 issues justice league Unlimited,11 issues Gen13,
co-creating Saint Slayer for Dark Horse Presents.

Peter David-His notable comic book work includes an award-winning 12-year run on The Incredible Hulk, as well as runs on Aquaman, Young Justice, Supergirl, X-Factor and Fallen Angel.His Star Trek work includes both comic books and novels such as Imzadi, and co-creating the New Frontier series. His other novels include film adaptations, media tie-ins, and original works, such as the Apropos of Nothing and Knight Life series. His television work includes series such as Babylon 5, Young Justice, Ben 10: Alien Force and Nickelodeon’s Space Cases, the last of which David co-created.David has earned multiple awards for his work, including a 1992 Eisner Award, a 1993 Wizard Fan Award, a 1996 Haxtur Award, a 2007 Julie Award and 2011 GLAAD Media Award .Owsley was an assistant editor under Larry Hama, and thus, when he became an editor, he purchased a Spider-Man story from David, which appeared in The Spectacular Spider-Man #103 (June 1985). Owsley subsequently
purchased from David “The Death of Jean DeWolff. Among the new characters he created during his run on the series were the Riot Squad and the Pantheon. David wrote the first appearance of the Thunderbolts, a team created by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley, in The Incredible Hulk #449 (January 1997.David took over Dreadstar during its First Comics run, with issue #41 (March 1989) after Jim Starlin left the title, and remained on it until issue #64 (March 1991), the final issue of that run. David’s other Marvel Comics work in the late 1980s and 1990s includes runs on Wolverine, the New Universe series Mark Hazzard: Merc and Justice, a run on the original X-Factor, and the futuristic series Spider-Man 2099- the title character of which David co-created. David left X-Factor after 19 issues, and wrote the first 44 issues of Spider-Man 2099, before quitting that book to protest the firing of editor Joey Cavalieri. The book was cancelled two issues later, along
with the entire 2099 line.At DC Comics in 1990, David wrote a seven-issue Aquaman miniseries, The Atlantis ChroniclesHe would later write a 1994 Aquaman miniseries, Aquaman: Time and Tide, which would lead to a relaunched monthly Aquaman series, the first 46 issues of which he would write from 1994–1998. His run on Aquaman gained notoriety, for in the book’s second issue, Aquaman lost a hand, which was then replaced with a harpoon, a feature of the character that endured for the duration of David’s run on the book.He wrote the Star Trek comic book for DC from 1988–1991. David enjoyed considerable runs on Supergirl and Young Justice, the latter eventually being canceled so that DC could use that book’s characters in a relaunched Teen Titans monthly.David’s work for Dark Horse Comics has included the teen spy adventure, SpyBoy, which appeared in a series and a number of miniseries between 1999 and 2004, and the 2007 miniseries The Scream.Other 1990s
work includes the 1997 miniseries, Heroes Reborn: The Return, for Marvel, and two creator-owned properties: Soulsearchers and Company, published by Claypool Comics, and the Epic Comics title Sachs and Violens, which he produced with co-creator, artist George Pérez.David’s early 2000s work includes runs on two volumes of Captain Marvel, which debuted in 2000 and 2002 as well as the Before the Fantastic Four: Reed Richards limited series.David and his second wife, Kathleen, wrote the final English-language text for the first four volumes of the manga series Negima for Del Rey Manga.In 2003, David began writing another creator-owned comic, Fallen Angel, for DC Comics, which he created in order to make use of plans he had devised for Supergirl after the “Many Happy Returns” storyline, but which were derailed by that series’ cancellation. That same year, he wrote a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series for Dreamwave that tied into the animated television
series broadcast that year. DC canceled Fallen Angel after 20 issues, but David restarted the title at IDW Publishing at the end of 2005. Other IDW work included a Spike: Old Times one-shot and the Spike vs. Dracula mini-series, both based on the character from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel television series. David with writer Dan Slott at Jim Hanley’s Universe in Manhattan, October 25, 2007, promoting the beginning of David’s tenure as writer on She-Hulk.In 2005, David briefly returned to The Incredible Hulk, though he left after only 11 issues because of his workload. He started a new series, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, beginning with a twelve-part crossover storyline called “The Other”, which, along with J. Michael Straczynski’s run on The Amazing Spider-Man, and Reginald Hudlin’s run on Marvel Knights Spider-Man, depicted the webslinger as he discovered he was dying, lost an eye during a traumatic fight with Morlun, underwent a
metamorphosis and emerged with new abilities and insights into his powers. As tends to be the case when fundamental changes are introduced to long-standing classic comics characters, the storyline caused some controversy among readers for its introduction of retractable stingers in Spider-Man’s arms, and the establishment of a “totem” from which his powers are derived.] David’s final issue of that title was #23.]David wrote a MadroX miniseries that year, whose success led to a relaunch of a monthly X-Factor volume 3 written by him. This was a revamped version of the title starring both Madrox and other members of the former X-Factor David wrote a MadroX miniseries that year, whose success led to a relaunch of a monthly X-Factor volume 3 written by him.This was a revamped version of the title starring both Madrox and other members of the former X-Factor title that David had written in the early 1990s, now working as investigators in a  detective agency
of that name. David’s work on the title garnered praise from Ain’t it Cool News, and David has stated that the opt in/opt out policy and greater planning with which Marvel now executes crossover storylines has made his second stint on the title far easier. His decision to explicitly establish male characters Shatterstar and Rictor as sharing a homosexual attraction to one another (a confirmation of clues that had been established in X-Force years earlier in issues such as X-Force #25, 34, 43, 49, 56 and X-Force ’99 Annual), drew criticism from Shatterstar’s co-creator, Rob Liefeld, though Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada supported David’s story. David would eventually win a 2011 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book for his work on the title.On February 11, 2006, David signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics. Fallen Angel, Soulsearchers and Company and David’s Spike miniseries were “grandfathered” into the contract, so as to not be affected by
it. The first new project undertaken by David after entering into the contract, which he announced on April 5, 2006, was writing the dialogue for The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born, the comic book spin-off of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower novels, which would be illustrated by Jae Lee. He would script the subsequent Dark Tower comics as well.David took over Marvel’s She-Hulk after writer Dan Slott’s departure, beginning with issue #22. His run, which won praise, ended with issue #38, when the series was canceled. He wrote a 2008–09 Sir Apropos of Nothing miniseries, based on the character from his novels, which was published by IDW Publishing.]David’s other 2000s comics based on licensed or  adapted properties include Halo: Helljumper, a 2009 miniseries based on the Halo video game, a 2009 Ben 10: Alien Force manga book published by Del Rey, Ben Folds Four, a “Little Mermaid” story in Jim Valentino’s Fractured Fables anthology that was praised by
Ain’t It Cool News,an adaptation of the 1982 film Tron that was released to tie in with that film’s 2010 sequel, and a John Carter of Mars prequel to the 2012 feature film. In 2010, he co-wrote The Spider-Man Vault: A Museum-in-a-Book with Rare Collectibles Spun from Marvel’s Web with Robert Greenberger. David wrote the script for Avengers: Season One, an original graphic novel published to promote the DVD release of The Avengers.On November 24, 2011, David was one of the balloon handlers who pulled the Spider-Man balloon during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.In October 2013, X-Factor ended its run with issue #262, concluding the X-Factor Investigations incarnation of the series. The book was then relaunched as All-New X-Factor, a new series with artist Carmine Di Giandomenico, as a part of the All-New Marvel NOW! initiative.. The opening storyline, which continues events from issue #260 of the previous series, establishes the new
corporate-sponsored version of the team, and includes Polaris, Quicksilver, and Gambit. In July 2014, David returned to Spider-Man 2099, writing the second volume of Spider-Man 2099 with artist Will Sliney. With this series, David would again be writing two series, X-Factor and Spider-Man 2099, after having previously done so over decades prior.David first began writing Star Trek novels at the request of Pocket Books editor Dave Stern, who was a fan of David’s Star Trek comic book work. His Star Trek novels are among those for which he is best known, including Q-in-Law; I, Q; Vendetta; Q-Squared; and Imzadi, one of the best-selling Star Trek novels of all time. He created the ongoing novel series, Star Trek: New  Frontier, a spin-off from Star Trek: The Next Generation, with John J. Ordover in 1997. New Frontier continued until April 2011, with the publication of Blind Man’s Bluff, the final New Frontier novel on David’s contract at the time, after
which the series’ future was unclear to David. David’s other science fiction tie-in novels include written five Babylon 5 novels, three of which were originals, and two of which were adaptations of the TV movies Thirdspace and In the Beginning.His other novel adaptations include those of the movies The Return of Swamp Thing, The Rocketeer, Batman Forever, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, Hulk, The Incredible Hulk, Fantastic Four, and Iron Man. He wrote an original Hulk novel, The Incredible Hulk: What Savage Beast, based on story ideas that he was not permitted to use in the comic book, and an adaptation of an unused Alien Nation television script, “Body and Soul”.David’s 2009 novel Tigerheart is a re-imagining  of Peter Pan with a mix of new and old characters, told as a Victorian bedtime story, much like the classic tale. It was praised by Ain’t It Cool News, and honored by the School Library Journal as one of 2008’s Best Adult Books for High
School Students. His Sir Apropos of Nothing fantasy trilogy, Sir Apropos of Nothing, The Woad to Wuin and Tong Lashing, features characters and settings completely of David’s own creation, as does his 2007 fantasy novel, Darkness of the Light, which is the first in a new trilogy of novels titled The Hidden Earth. The second installment, The Highness of the Low, was scheduled to be published in September 2009, but David has related on his blog that it has been delayed until the winter of 2012.David’s 2010 novel work includes Year of the Black Rainbow, a novel cowritten with musician Claudio Sanchez of the band Coheed and Cambria, that was released with the band’s album of the same name, and an Fable original novel The Balverine Order, set between the events of Fable II and Fable III. In April 2011, David announced that, in addition to another Fable novel, he and a number of other writers, including Glenn Hauman, Mike Friedman and Bob Greenberger, were
assembling an electronic publishing endeavor called Crazy Eight Press, which would allow them to publish e-books directly to fans, the first of which would be David’s Arthurian story, The Camelot Papers. David explained that the second book in his  “Hidden Earth” trilogy would be published through Crazy Eight. In September 2013, David acknowledged that books published through Crazy Eight are not as lucrative for him as those for publishers that pay him advances, and announced that his then-impending novel, ARTFUL: Being the Heretofore Secret History of that Unique Individual, The Artful Dodger, Hunter of Vampyres (Amongst Other Things.), would be published by assisted Star Trek actor James Doohan with Doohan’s 1996 autobiography, Beam Me Up, Scotty.David has written for several television series and video games. He wrote two scripts for Babylon 5 (the second-season episodes “Soul Mates” and “There All the Honor Lies”), and the episode
“Ruling from the Tomb” for its sequel series, Crusade. With actor/writer Bill Mumy, he is co-creator of the television series Space Cases, which ran for two seasons on Nickelodeon. David himself appeared as Ben, the father of series regular Bova, in the second season episode “Long Distance Calls”. David’s oldest daughter, Shana, would later appear as Pezu, the emotionally disturbed sentient computer in the series finale “A Friend in Need”.David has written and co-produced several films for Full Moon Entertainment and has made cameo appearances in some of the films as well.David wrote an unproduced script for the fifth season of Babylon 5 called “Gut Reactions”, which he wrote with Bill Mumy.]David wrote “In Charm’s Way”, an episode of Ben 10: Alien Force. The script was recorded in early 2009, and the episode premiered November 13, 2009. He later wrote three episodes of the spinoff Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, the first of which, “Reflected Glory”, premiered
October 15, 2010.]David wrote the script for the Xbox 360 video game Shadow Complex, which debuted in August 2009.David wrote several episodes of the Young Justice animated TV series, which premiered in 2010, and is based on the comic book series  he wrote from 1998 to 2003. The first episode he penned is episode #18.] The same year, he wrote a graphic novel adaptation of the video game Epic Mickey, and a prequel digicomic, Disney’s Epic Mickey: Tales of Wasteland.In 2011 David wrote the video game Spider-Man: The Edge of Time.At the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con International, Stan Lee announced his new YouTube channel, Stan Lee’s World of Heroes, which airs several programs created by Lee and other creators. One of them, Head Cases, is a superhero sitcom created by David and his wife Kathleen, and produced by David M. Uslan. Awards:1992 Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist or Writer/Artist Team (shared with Dale Keown for The Incredible Hulk),1993 Wizard
Fan Award 1993 UK Comic Art Award,1994 Golden Duck Award for Young Adult Series (for Star Trek: Starfleet Academy),1995 Australian OZCon 1995 Award for Favorite International Writer,1996 Haxtur Award for Best Script (for Para que la oscuridad no nos alcance [“So That the Dark Does Not Reach Us”], in Hulk La caída del Panteón [Hulk: The Fall of the Pantheon]),2007 Julie Award for achievements in multiple genres,2011 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book (X-Factor vol. 3),2011 International Association of Media Tie-In Writers Grandmaster Award (aka Faust Award)Nominations:1992 Haxtur Award for Best Script (for Crónicas de Atlantis),1992 Prometheus Award for (Star Trek: The Rift),1992 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series (shared with Dale Keown for The Incredible Hulk),1994 Eisner Award for Best Writer (for The Incredible Hulk),1995 Haxtur Award for Best Long Story (shared with George Pérez for Sachs & Violens),1997 Cable Ace Award for Best
Children’s Series (shared with Bill Mumy for Space Cases),1998 Harvey Award for Best Single Issue or Story (shared with Adam Kubert and Bobbie Chase for The Incredible Hulk #-1),1999 Eisner Award for Best New Series (shared with Todd Nauck and Larry Stucker for Young Justice),1999 Eisner Award for Best Title for a Younger Audience (for Young Justice)

George Perez-American writer and illustrator of comic books, whose titles include The Avengers, Teen Titans, and Wonder Woman. Writer Peter David has named Pérez his favorite artistic collaborator.He and Mantlo co-created the White Tiger (comics’ first Puerto Rican superhero).Pérez drew the first part of writer Jim Shooter’s “The Korvac Saga”, which featured nearly every Avenger who joined the team up to that point.
Writer David Michelinie and Pérez created the Taskmaster in The Avengers #195.Offered the art chores for the launch of The New Teen Titans, written by Wolfman.Pérez’ became regular artist on Justice League of America.DC’s 1985 50th-anniversary event, Crisis on Infinite Earths.
After Crisis, Pérez inked the final issue of Superman (issue #423) in September 1986, over Curt Swan’s pencils for Part 1 of the 2-part story Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? by writer Alan Moore. The following month, Pérez was one of the artists on Batman #400  Wolfman and Pérez teamed again to produce the History of the DC Universe limited series to summarize the company’s new history. Pérez drew the cover for the DC Heroes roleplaying game. Pérez also illustrated the cover for the fourth edition of the Champions roleplaying game  from Hero Games.
Long Stint-Wonder-Woman.In Action Comics #544 (June 1983), he designed Lex Luthor’s trademark battlesuit.Pérez signed on to pencil the six-issue limited series Infinity Gauntlet.Hulk: Future Imperfect, Silver Surfer/Superman, JLA/Avengers,Infinite Crisis,Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds.In September 2011, DC launched a new Superman series written by Pérez.In July 2012, Pérez explained his departure from Superman as a reaction to the level of editorial oversight he experienced. This included inconsistent reasons given for rewrites of his material, the inability of editors to explain to him basic aspects of the New 52 Superman’s status quo (such as whether his adoptive parents were still alive), and restrictions imposed by having to be consistent with Action Comics, which is set five years earlier than Superman, a situation complicated by the fact that Action writer Grant Morrison was not forthcoming about his plans.

Marv Wolfman- He is best known for lengthy runs on Marvel Comics The Tomb of Dracula, for which he and artist Gene Colan created the vampire-slayer Blade, and DC Comics’ The New Teen Titans and the event limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths with George Pérez.
Wolfman and Gil Kane created an origin for Wonder Girl in Teen Titans No. 22 (July–Aug. 1969) which introduced the character’s new costume.
Wolfman co-created Bullseye in Daredevil No. 131 (March 1976). He and artist John Buscema created Nova in that character’s eponymous first issue. Wolfman and Gil Kane adapted Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Barsoom concepts into comics in Marvel’s John Carter, Warlord of Mars series. Wolfman wrote 14 issues of Marvel Two-in-One starting with issue No. 25 (March 1977). The Spider-Woman series was launched in April 1978 by Wolfman and artist Carmine Infantino. As the first regular writer on Spider-Woman, he redesigned the character, giving her a human identity as Jessica Drew. Wolfman succeeded Len Wein as writer of The Amazing Spider-Man and in his first issue, No. 182 (July 1978), had Peter Parker propose marriage to Mary Jane Watson who refused, in the following issue. Wolfman and Keith Pollard introduced the likable rogue the Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) in The Amazing Spider-Man No. 194 (July 1979).In 1978, Wolfman and artist Alan Kupperberg took over the Howard
the Duck syndicated newspaper comic strip. While writing the Fantastic Four, Wolfman and John Byrne introduced a new herald for Galactus named Terrax in No. 211 (Oct. 1979). A Godzilla story by Wolfman and Steve Ditko was changed into a Dragon Lord story published in Marvel Spotlight vol. 2 No. 5 (March 1980). The creature that the Dragon Lord battled was intended to be Godzilla but since Marvel no longer had the rights to the character (which lapsed the previous year) the creature was modified to a dragon called The Wani.The New Teen Titans]In 1980, Wolfman returned to DC after a dispute with Marvel. Teaming with penciller George Pérez, Wolfman relaunched DC’s Teen Titans in a special preview in DC Comics Presents No. 26 (October 1980). 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 ChangelingThe series became DC’s first new hit in years.In August
1984, a second series of The New Teen Titans was launched by Wolfman and Pérez.Other projects by Wolfman for DC during the early 1980s included collaborating with artist Gil Kane on a run on the Superman feature in Action Comics; a revival of Dial H for Hero with Carmine Infantino; launching Night Force, a supernatural series drawn by Gene Colan; and a nearly two-year run on Green Lantern with Joe Staton. During their collaboration on that series, Wolfman and Staton created the Omega Men in Green Lantern No. 141 (June 1981).After Pérez left The New Teen Titans in 1985, Wolfman continued for many years with other collaborators – including pencillers José Luis García-López, Eduardo Barreto and Tom Grummett. In December 1986, Wolfman was informed by Marvel writer Chris Claremont that a DC executive had approached Claremont at a holiday party and offered him the position of writer on The New Teen Titans. Claremont immediately declined the offer and
told Wolfman that apparently the publisher was looking to replace him on the title. When Wolfman confronted DC executives about this, he was told it was “just a joke”, although Claremont reiterated that he took it to be a credible and official offer.Crisis on Infinite Earths Crisis on Infinite Earths No. 1, written by Wolfman. Art by George Pérez.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. After finishing Crisis, Wolfman and Pérez produced the History of the DC Universe limited series to summarize the company’s new history.Wolfman was involved in the relaunch of the Superman line as well,
reinventing nemesis Lex Luthor and initially scripting the Adventures of Superman title with Jerry Ordway as the Artist. During this period they Introduced Bibbo Bibbowski and Professor Emil Hamilton.]Ratings dispute Wolfman got into a public dispute with DC over a proposed ratings system,which led to his being relieved of his editorial duties by the company. DC offered to reinstate Wolfman as an editor provided he apologize for making his criticism of the ratings system public, rather than keeping them internal to the company, but he declined to do so.1990s Wolfman had a brief run on Batman,creating Robin III Tim Drake and writing an anniversary adaptation of the first ever Batman story, which was printed along with two other adaptations and the original. He continued as The New Titans writer and revitalized the series with artist Tom Grummett. Wolfman wrote the series until the title’s last issue.He and artist Bernie Wrightson co-created Destiny in
Weird Mystery Tales No. 1 (July–Aug. 1972), a character which would later be used in the work of Neil Gaiman.their run on this series,. However, in the 1990s Wolfman’s writing for comics decreased as he turned to animation and television, though he wrote the mid-1990s DC series The Man Called A-X.Disney careerIn the early-1990s, Wolfman worked at Disney Comics publishing. He wrote scripts for a seven parts DuckTales story (Scrooge’s Quest), as well as several others – with the characters from the Mickey Mouse universe – that appeared in Mickey Mouse Adventures. He was editor of the comics section on the Disney Adventures magazine, at the first years of the publication.Beast Machines: Transformers In the late 1990s, Wolfman developed the Transformers TV series Beast Machines, which aired on Fox Kids for two seasons from 1999–2000. The show was a direct continuation of the immensely popular Beast Wars series, which itself was a continuation of the
original Generation One Transformers show. Beast Machines was met with mixed reviews, as the show was praised for its deep story, but was criticized for its lack of action in comparison to other Transformers shows. Previously, in the 80s, Wolfman authored the story for Optimus Prime’s return in The Return of Optimus Prime of the third season of Transformers.A decade later, Wolfman began writing in comics again, scripting Defex, the flagship title of Devil’s Due Productions’ Aftermath line. He wrote an “Infinite Crisis” issue of DC’s “Secret Files”, and consulted with writer Geoff Johns on several issues of The Teen Titans. Wolfman wrote a novel based on Crisis on Infinite Earths, but rather than following the original plot, he created a new story starring the Barry Allen Flash that takes place during the original Crisis story. Wolfman wrote the novelization of the film Superman Returns, and worked on a direct-to-video animated movie, Condor, for Stan
Lee’s Pow Entertainment.In 2006, Wolfman was editorial director of Impact Comics (no relation to the DC Comics imprint), publisher of educational manga-style comics for high school students. That same year, starting with issue No. 125, Wolfman began writing DC’s Nightwing series. Initially scheduled for a four-issue run, Wolfman’s run was expanded to a baker’s dozen issues, and finished with No. 137. During the course of his run, Wolfman introduced a new Vigilante character. Following Wolfman’s departure from the pages of Nightwing, Vigilante was spun off into his own short-lived title, which Wolfman wrote. He wrote a miniseries starring the Teen Titan Raven, a character he and George Pérez co-created during their run on The New Teen Titans, helping to revamp and update the character. He is working with Pérez on a direct-to-DVD movie adaptation of the popular “Judas Contract” storyline from their tenure on Teen Titans. In 2011, he and Pérez completed
the New Teen Titans: Games graphic novel, which they had begun working on in the late 1980s. Wolfman revived his Night Force series with artist Tom Mandrake in 2012. He served as writing consultant on the video game Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, which he was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Achievement in Videogame Writing.Wolfman, on the panel “Marvel Comics: The Method and the Madness” at the 1974 New York City Comic Art Convention, told the audience that when he first began working for DC Comics, he received DC’s first writing credit on its mystery magazines. Gerry Conway, who wrote the horror-host interstitial pages between stories, wrote in one issue that the following story was told by a “wandering Wolfman.” The Comics Code Authority, which did not permit the mention of werewolves or wolfmen, demanded it be removed. DC informed the Authority that “Wolfman” was the writer’s last name, so the Authority insisted he be
given a credit to show the “Wolfman” was a real person. Once Wolfman was given a credit, other writers demanded them as well. Shortly, credits were given to all writers and artists.Awards:1982 Eagle Award for “Best New Book” and 1984 and 1985 Eagle Awards for “Best Group Book” for New Teen Titans.A 1979 Inkpot Award in 1979.Wolfman’s and artist George Pérez’s Crisis on Infinite Earths won the 1985 and 1986 Jack Kirby Awards for Best Finite Series.In 1985, DC Comics named Wolfman as one of the honorees in the company’s 50th anniversary publication Fifty Who Made DC Great.Nominated, 1986 Comics’ Buyer’s Guide Award for Favorite Writer in 1986, and his work on the “Batman: Year Three” story arc in Batman #436–439 was nominated Comics’ Buyer’s Guide Favorite Writer Award in 1990.2007 Scribe Award for “Adapted Speculative Fiction Novel”, given by writers of novelization and tie-in fiction for his novel based on Superman Returns.2008 National Jewish Book
Award for “Children’s and Young Adult Literature”, for nonfiction book Homeland, The Illustrated History of the State of Israel000s

Rich Buckler- -He is the creator of Deathlok, the first cyborg in comics,All-Star Squadron (co-creator). Rich has been drawing and writing comics for the past 40 years. During his career he has illustrated nearly every major character for Marvel and D.C. Comics. His total output is prodigious (hundreds of titles & cover illustrations too numerous to list here) and he is proficient in every aspect of the comics field: writing, drawing, inking, coloring, editing, and publishing.New Crusaders; Captain America: America’s Avenger; Thor: Asgard’s Avenger; Fantastic Four; All-Star Squadron; Avengers; Flas Gordan,BatmanNotable runs for Marvel Comics: Fantastic Four,Human Torch, Avengers,Captain America,Iron-Man Thor,Hulk, Saga Of Sub-Mariner, Saga Of The Original Human Torch, Spectacular Spider-Including Death of Jean DeWolff Story, Man, Jungle Action (featuring Black Panther), The Inhumans, Astonishing Tales (featuring Deathlok), X-Men,New
Mutants,Daredevil,Manthing,Invaders,dracula Lives,Conan,Marvel Team-Up,New Mutants,Living Mummy,What-If,Marvel Comics Presents,Sabretooth,Luke Cage/Powerman,Kazar,Black Knight,Black Goliath,Rampaging Hulk,Tales of the Zombie,Journey into Mystery,Micronaughts,Monsters on the Prowl,Where Monsters Prowl,Battlestar Galactica,Nightmare on Elm Street,War of the Worlds,Kiss,Vampire Tales,Starblast and X-Factor. And for D.C. Comics: Justice League, The Flash, World’s Finest, New Teen Titans, Superman Versus Shazam (tabloid), D.C. Comics Presents, Secret Society Of Super-Villains, Black Lightning, Wonder Woman, Jonah Hex, Warlord ,House of Mystery ,New Gods,Worlds Finest Comics ,Omega Men,Secret Society of Super Villains and All-Star Squadron (co-creator). Author of two trade books: “How To Draw Super-Heroes” and “How To Draw Dynamic Comic Books” introduction by Stan Lee). Rich has been a major influence in the comic book industry and has helped to
launch the careers of Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee, Mark Texiera, George Perez, Klaus Janson, Arvell Jones, Jim Starlin, Sam DeLarosa, Jackson Guice and many others

Todd Nauck-  His own creation, Wildguard.,Nauck’s “Mutant Mishaps in What The–? , Image- Badrock and Co., New Men, New Force, Supreme, Youngblood and Team Youngblood.  DC Comics-l Legion of Superheroes,he helped launch the Young Justice series with writer Peter David. Nauck drew 53 issues of the 55 issue run of the series, including three double-sized issues and a portion of the Young Justice/Spyboy crossover mini-series.Nauck’s other work includes Teen Titans (Volume 3) #32-33, Teen Titans Go!, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11-13 and 17-23, American Dream #1-5, Spider-Man: the Clone Saga #1-6, Amazing Spider-Man #628 and the covers for X-Campus #1-4.
Nauck was the artist of the much-publicized five-page back-up story that appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #583,and featured a cameo appearance by then-President-elect Barack Obama.Nauck’s art was featured in the eighth season finale of the reality television show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which aired May 15, 2011. In the episode, he and colorist John Rauch, on behalf of Marvel Custom Solutions, designed life-sized Marvel Comics superheroes on the bedroom wall of the show’s beneficiary, Patrick Sharrock, a 9-year-old boy with brittle bone disease, and depicted Sharrock himself as a superhero named Dr. Scorcher. They also provided similar art for the episode’s scene transitions, which depicted Ty Pennington, Xzibit, and the rest of the show’s cast as superheroes as well.Nauck would continue his work with Marvel Custom Solutions, teaming with writer C. B. Cebulski and kitchenware retailer Williams-Sonoma to raise awareness of child hunger for Share
Our Strength in Spider-Man and the Avengers #1. The twelve-page story features Edwin Jarvis hosting a cooking demonstration interrupted by the Frightful Four.In 2012, Nauck signed on with Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment at Image Comics to draw the second volume of the Invincible spin-off series, Guarding the Globe, which ran for six issues before relaunching in 2013 as Invincible Universe which ran for twelve issues

Joe St Pierre-Most #1 issues of Spiderman-Spider-Man:Super Special,Spider-Man:The Parker Years,Venom:Along Came a Spider, Venom:Tooth and Claw, Spider-Man 2099 26-29, X-Men:Millenial Visions

Sam De La Rosa-(Spider-Man,Venom,Carnage,Batman,Action comics,Judge Dredd,Star Wars,Star Trek,Predator)

Jim Salicrup-Marvel:He worked for twenty years,Salicrup started out as a messenger and worked his way up to editor., he edited books such as The Uncanny X-Men, Fantastic Four, Avengers and various Spider-Man titles.In 1987, Salicrup became the editor of The Amazing Spider-Man and oversaw the “Kraven’s Last Hunt” storyline. He is credited with coming up with the idea of running “Kraven’s Last Hunt” as a crossover through all the Spider-Man titles. He followed this by hiring Todd McFarlane to draw the title. The popularity of McFarlane’s work led to the launch of another Spider-Man title, Spider-Man, which Salicrup edited as well. Salicrup was the editor of Marvel Age magazine for eight years. He wrote Transformers, Sledge Hammer!, The A-Team, The Amazing Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk toilet paper, Spidey Super Stories, and the child abuse prevention issue of Spider-Man. Topps: he edited books such as Bram Stoker’s Dracula, X-Files and Zorro, The Lone
Ranger and Tonto, Lady Rawhide, a line of Jack Kirby superhero titles, Ray Bradbury Comics, and more.He has also worked at Stan Lee Media, and is now editor-in-chief at Papercutz, which publishes Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys,Tales From The Crypt, Totally Spies!, and Zorro graphic novels. He is also a trustee at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art.

Mark Texiara-Artist-(Ghostrider,Jonah Hex and its spinoff Hex (1985–1986), Psi-Force (1986–1987), The Punisher War Journal (1990), Ghost Rider vol. 2 (1990–1992, 1997–1998), and vol. 5, Wolverine vol. 2 (1993), Sabretooth (1993), Spider-Man: Legacy of Evil , Black Panther vol.3 (1998), Moon Knight vol. 4 (1999), Vampirella, Cyclops (2001), Hercules vol. 4 (2005) and Wolverine vol. 3 2005

Howard Mackie-(Ghostrider)

Bob Budiansky-(Ghost Rider,Tranformers)

Damian Scott-(Ghost Rider)

Bob Camp-Ren & Stimpy

Tom Cook-Animator-He began his career as an animator and director in 1978 at Hanna-Barbera Studios where he was hired to work as an assistant animator on Challenge of the SuperFriends, Godzilla, Scooby Doo, Smurfs, Pacman and the Flintstones.A short stop at Ruby-Spears had him working on Thundarr the Barbarian (had the privilege to meet and work with Jack Kirby), Heathcliff, Fang Face and Plastic Man. Freelancing at Film Roman he worked on the Garfield Special Babes and Bullets and for Bill Melendez on the Peanuts Special This is America Charlie Brown.He then moved over to Filmation Studios in 1980, which at this point had become the only animation studio doing animation in the United States, and worked on Tarzan, Flash Gordon, Blackstar, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, Brown Hornet, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra Princess of Power, Ghostbusters, Lone Ranger, Zorro, The Kids Super Power Hour with Shazam (Captain Marvel), Hero High and the
futuristic Western Bravestarr. He was also involved with many TV commercials such as The Jolly Green Giant, Chevrolet, and the 7 Up Spot campaign.He then became the timing director on Road Rovers, Disney’s Mighty Ducks, PB & J Otter, Duckman, King of the Hill, Savage Dragon, HBO’s Happily Ever After Fairy Tales, Extreme Ghostbusters, Extreme Dinosaurs and many more.He also animated on a number of motion pictures such as Walt Disney’s Prince and the Pauper starring Mickey Mouse, Roger Rabbit in Tummy Trouble, The Jetson’s Movie, Rover Dangerfield, Stay Tuned, Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night, Steven Spielberg’s We’re Back, and Don Bluth’s Thumbelina.

Phil Ortiz-Animator-Simpsons

Rich Aarons-Golan the Insatiable , The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (TV Series) , 2005 Son of the Mask (animation supervisor), 2004 Dave the Barbarian (TV Series) (timing director – 3 episodes),  Animaniacs (TV Series) (animator – 74 episodes, 1993 – 1998) (sheet timing – 2 episodes, 1994) (slugging – 2 episodes, 1993 – 1994) (director –  1995 Tiny Toons’ Night Ghoulery (TV Movie) (slugging),  Tiny Toon Adventures (TV Series) (character layout artist – 6 episodes, 1990) (model designer – 3 episodes, 1990) (timing director – 1 episode,  1992 Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (Video) (timing director), 1989 The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (TV Series) (character designer – 65 episodes) 1988 BraveStarr: The Legend (animator), 1987-1988 BraveStarr (TV Series) (animator – 65 episodes), 1985-1987 She-Ra: Princess of Power (TV Series) (animator – 93 episodes), 1986 Ghostbusters (TV Series) (animator – 65 episodes), 1985 He-Man and She-Ra:
A Christmas Special (TV Movie) (animator), 1983 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (TV Series) (animator – as Rich C. Arons)

Joe Rubenstein-(Wolverine-Mini Series,Marvel Handbook,Micronaughts,Warlock,Aquaman)

Bob Mcleod-(Co-created the New Mutants with writer Chris Claremont,top inker at Marvel and DC on many series, including The Incredible Hulk, Conan the Barbarian, The Legion of Super Heroes, Detective Comics, Wonder Woman, and The New Titans, as well as penciling Star Wars and several Spider-Man fill-ins for MarvelMcLeod drew the graphic nove and the first three issues of New Mutants and inked a number of subsequent issuesIn 1987, he inked Mike Zeck’s pencils on the “Kraven’s Last Hunt” storyline in the Spider-Man titles. At DC Comics, he was the artist on Superman in Action Comics in the early 1990s. He helped writer Louise Simonson and artist Jon Bogdanove launch a new Superman title, Superman: The Man of Steel in July 1991.With writer Roger Stern, McLeod contributed to such Superman tales as the 1991 story wherein Clark Kent finally revealed his identity as Superman to Lois Lane and the “Panic in the Sky” crossover There were several issues of
ThePhantom comic book drawn by McLeod for the Swedish publisher Egmont. He has written and illustrated a children’s book, Superhero ABC, which was published by HarperCollins in 2006

Danny Fingeroth-Fingeroth- 1974  editorial assistant for Seaboard Comics. At Marvel Comics1980s, edited  Spider-Man titles and Marvel Team-Up and Ka-Zar.As a writer, Fingeroth Darkhawk, writing all fifty issues of the book between 1991 and 1995. Before that, he had a long stint on Dazzler, wrote the Deadly Foes of Spider-Man and Lethal Foes of Spider-Man mini-series, the Howard The Duck movie adaptation comic and various issues of several Marvel titles, including Avengers, Daredevil, Iron Man and What If?, as well as the Deathtrap: The Vault graphic novel. Fingeroth resigned from Marvel in 1995 to become editor-in-chief of Virtual Comics for Byron Preiss Multimedia and AOL.  Fingeroth  senior vice president for creative development at Visionary Media, home of Showtime’s WhirlGirl, for which he served as story editor.
He edited Write Now! (TwoMorrows Publishing), a magazine about the craft of comics writing which he created, which ran 20 issues from 2003 to 2009. He wrote the 2004 Continuum Publishing book Superman on the Couch: What Superheroes Really Tell Us About Ourselves and Our Society. Fingeroth also wrote The Rough Guide to Graphic Novels (which features artwork by Mike Manley).Fingeroth has taught comics writing at New York University,The New School, Media Bistro and Soho Gallery for Digital Art.He has been a speaker at the New York Comics Symposium] and at the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium at Parsons The New School for Design. He has also taught classes, and functioned as organizer, moderator and curator of events at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art.In 2012, Fingeroth and the staff of Columbia University organized Comic New York, a symposium marking writer Chris Claremont’s donation of his archives of all his major writing projects over the
previous40 years to the University’s Rare Book & Manuscript Library. The symposium, which was held March 24–25, 2012 at Columbia’s Low Memorial Library, featured discussion panels with Fingeroth, Claremont, and numerous other mainstream and independent comics creators

Cary Nord is an Eisner-award winning comics artist and writer known for his work on books such as Daredevil and Conan The Legend.
Cary Nord is the award-winning artist of comic books and graphic novels such as Daredevil, X-Men, and Conan The Barbarian. Throughout his career Cary has drawn virtually every major character in comics, having worked on Superman, Wolverine, Mutant X, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man, Thor, and Star Wars.He is currently working on the critically acclaimed series X-O Manowar from Valiant Entertainment.
2004 was awarded the industry’s top honour for his work on Conan the Barbarian, taking home the Will Eisner Comic Industry Award for Best Single Issue.2004 Eisner Award for Best Single Issue or One-Shot (for Conan: The Legend #0)
Nord- Shang Chi, Daredevil  Conan the Barbarian- Dark Horse,Ultimate Human,Secret Invasion: X-Men
Cary Nord signed with Valiant Entertainment to become the publisher’s first exclusive creator.

Georges Jeanty- Nominated: 2008 Eisner Award,The American Way,Buffy the Vampire Slayer,8-page Spike story, Serenity: Leaves on the Wind,Green Lantern, Superboy, and Superman,Herc,Bishop: The Last X-Man,Gambit, Deadpool, X-Men Unlimited,Wolverine/Deadpool,Weapon X,New X-Men Acadamy and the X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse mini-comic for the Activision video game

Jamaal Igle- Inkpot Award for Achievement in Comic Art.DC:DC : Supergirl, vol. 3, #71,    Supergirl, vol. 4, #34-40, 42-46, 50-59 ,Firestorm, vol. 3, #8-10,12-21,23-32,  Action Comics #900 (among other artists) , Countdown to Final Crisis #21, 4 ,  Countdown: Search for Ray Palmer, miniseries, #1 (2,    Famous first: Green Lantern ,  Green Lantern, vol. 3, #52 (among other artists) ; #146, 157, 174, Secret Files #3 ,    Green Lantern Corps #18 ,  Impulse #58 (along with Grey) , Martian Manhunter #36,  Superman # 713-714 ,    Superman: War of the Supermen, miniseries, #1, Tangent: Superman’s Reign, miniseries, #2-6 , Teen Titans vol. 5, # 52, 55 , Wonder Woman: Our Worlds at War (among other artists),  World’s Finest, miniseries,(Supergirl & Batgirl) #3 ,  Nightwing #129-131, 133-134, Zatanna #11, 13-15, The Ray Miniseries, #1-4 ,Golden Age Secret Files (Dr. Sivana) ,Kobalt #7,Firestorm, G.I. Joe, Martian Manhunter,Marvel: Marvel Age
Spider-Man #14, Daredevil/Shi: Blind Faith,  New Warriors, vol. 2, #7-10,Iron Fist and Wolverine, miniseries, #1-4 ,Iron Man, vol. 3, #44 (along with Keron Grant;).Crusade: Shi: The Way of the Warrior #8 (1996),    Shi: Kaidan #1,  Atomik Angels #1,    Tomoe/Witchblade: Fire Sermon (1996),Dark Angel:  Race against Time #1-3,  Blackjack: Blood and HonorRay.Other publishers:    G.I. Joe #8, 10,KISS #1-2,covers for issues 5 and 6 (IDW ), Noble Causes #2 (Image),Trinity Angels #10-11 (along with other artists) (Acclaim), Venture, miniseries, #1-4 (Image),Gateway Legends #2 (Originally penciled in 1996 for Living Legends Entertainment) (Gateway Comics).books ranging from The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, the all-ages action miniseries Race Against Time,CGI animated series such as Max Steel and Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles.,Army of Angels graphic novel for Humanoids Publishing/DC Comics and Perry Rhodan for The PerryRhodan
company in Germany. Guest lecturer on the subject of comics and animation

Tony Bedard-(Crossgen comics-Cocreated-Nrgation),Exiles,Uncanny X-Men,Spiderman:Breakout,Rogue,Supergirl,Legion of Superheroes,Black Canary,Birds of Prey,Batman and the outsiders,Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern:New Guardians,Hourman,HellBlazer
Marvel:Exiles #46-89, Annual #1 (2004–2006).,X-Men Unlimited Vol. 2 #6 (1st Story) (2005).,Rogue vol.3, #7-12 (2005).,X-Men: Age of Apocalypse One-Shot (2nd Story) (2005).,Spider-Man: Breakout #1-5 (2005).,What If…? Featuring Captain America #1 (2005).,Untold Tales of the New Universe: Psi-Force #1 (2006).,Uncanny X-Men #472-473 (scripts only), #474, Annual #1 (2006).,Marvel Adventures: The Avengers #5 – #8 (2006).
DC:DCU: Brave New World #1 (“Look to the Skies” framing sequence only) (2006).,Supergirl and the Legion of Superheroes #20-22 (2006). Co-writer with Mark Waid,Birds of Prey #100 (Black Canary story only), #109 – 112, #118-127 (2006, 2007, 2008–2009).,DC: Infinite Holiday Special (Trials of Shazam Story Only, Gift of the Magi) (2006).,JSA Classified #17-18, #25 (2006, 2007).,Countdown #49, #45, #40, #36, #32, #28, #22, #19, #17-13 (2007–2008).,Supergirl and the Legion of Superheroes #29, #31 – 36 (2007).,Black Canary #1 – #4 (2007).,Supergirl #20 – #22 (2007).,Outsiders: Five of A Kind – Week 3: Thunder/Martian Manhunter (2007).,Outsiders #50 (2007).,DC Infinite Halloween Special – (Aquaman Story Only, Children of the Deep) (2007).,Batman Confidential #13 – 16 (2008).,R.E.B.E.L.S #1-28 (2009–2011).,R.E.B.E.L.S Annual: Starro the Conqueror #1 (2009).,The Great Ten #1-9 (2009–2010).,Catwoman #83 (2010).,Adventure Comics #7 (2010).,Gotham City Sirens
#12-15 (2010).Green Lantern Corps #48-63 (2010–2011).,DC Universe Online Legends #1-present (2011-present). Co-writer with Marv Wolfman
Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman #1-3 (2011).,Green Lantern: New Guardians (2011-2013).,Blue Beetle (2011-2013).,Sword of Sorcery (Beowulf story) (2012-2013),Supergirl Vol 6 #26- (2013-present)DC:DC One Million #1-4 (1998),JLA #24 – 26, #28 – 42, #1,000,000 (1998–2000),Hourman #1-25 (1999–2001),Fanboy #1-6 (1999),All Star Comics 80 Page Giant #1 (1999),Day of Judgement Secret Files and Origins #1 (1999),Aquaman Vol. 5 #61 – #75 (1999–2001),Batman: No Man’s Land Secret Files and Origins #1 (1999),Batman: Gotham City Secret Files and Origins #1 (2000),Wonder Woman #164 – 165 (2000),The Spectre #1 (2001),
DC\Vertigo:Codename: Knockout #1-5 (2001),Hellblazer #158-165 (2001),Transmetropolitan #43-48 (2001),Flinch #10 (3rd Story) (1999).
Image:Retro Rocket #1-4 (2006–2007).
Valiant:Valiant Reader (1993) #1,Magnus Robot Fighter #32, #35-46, #49-54 (1994–95).,Rai and the Future Force #18, #20-23 (1994).,Rai #24-30, #33 (1994–95).,Psi Lords #1-10 (1994–95),Shadowman #25 (1994).,Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #17-19 (1994–95),Solar, Man of the Atom #55-59 (1996).Darque Passages #1 (1994),Harbinger #27-34 (1994),Ninjak #3-8 (1994),,Turok, Dinosaur Hunter #11-16 (1994)
Crusade:Angel Fire #1 (1997),Shi: The Series #1-2, #7-8 (1997–98).,Tomoe: Unforgettable Fire #1 (1997).
Broadway:Powers That Be #6 (1996).,Starseed #7 (1996).
CrossGen:Mystic #18-43 (2001–2003).,Negation Prequel One-Shot (2001). Co-Writer with Mark Waid,Negation #1-27 (2001–2004). Note: #1 & #2 Co-Written by Mark Waid,CrossGen Chronicles #7 (2002).,Route 666 #1-22 (2002–2004).,Negation: Lawbringer #1 (2002).,Mark of Charon #1-5 (2003).,Kiss Kiss Bang Bang #1-5 (2004).,Negation: War #1-2 (2004).

Ethan Van Sciver- Green Lantern,Sinestro:Corps War, Superman/Batman, New X-Men, and The Flash: Rebirth,Impulse,Flash :Iron Heights,January 2010 Inkwell Awards Ambassador (January 2010 – present)

Van Jenson-Green Lantern Corps. 18 appearances; The Flash. 11 appearances; Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer – Of Wood and Blood. 6 …

Tommy Castillo-Batman Legends of the Dark Knight,Detective comics,Green Arrow,Toe Tags Featuring George Romero, Tales from the Crypt

Bob Budiansky-(Tranformers,Ghost Rider)

Dan Khana-Transformers

Andrew Griffith-Artist Transformers-IDW

Casey Coller-Transformers

Joeseph Delbeato-Gi-Joe

Michael Montenat- IDW-G.I. Joe: Tales From The Cobra Wars,Boom-Hellraiser Annual #1, Monkeybrain digital comics- Spirit of the Law and The Fallen, both for Monkeybrain digital comics. Darby Pop-Dead Squad

Matt Frank-Artist-Godzilla

Aurthur Adams-Godzilla,Long Shot,Fantastic Four,Monkeyman and O’Brien

Tony Lee-(Artist-Dr.Who,Spiderman,X-men Unlimited,Superboy,Judge Dredd,The Gloom, Excalibur: The Legend Of King Arthur,Outlaw: The Legend Of Robin Hood,Star Trek: The Next Generation / Doctor Who,Battlestar Galactica)

Kelly Yates-Dr.Who, Dr. Who-A Fairy Tale Life, Dr.Who:through Time and Space, Dr.Who:Sky Jacks, Dr.Who:Prisoners of Time, Dr.Who-Omnibus, Dr.Who-1–pg Spectacular, Dr.Who:Autotopia, Dr.Who:The Forgotten, Dr.Who Annual, Dr.Who:Winters Dawn,Seasons End, JLA,JSA:Secret Files and Origins, Amber Atoms

Kevin Maguire-The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe vol. 2 and Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe.
1988 Russ Manning Best Newcomer Award,  2004 Eisner Award for Best Humor Publication for Formerly Known as the Justice League, with Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis, and Josef Rubinstein,Nominated:1988 Eisner Award for “Best Art Team” for Justice League International #1, with Al Gordon

Mike Choi-Witchblade, X-23 and X-Force.In the April 2007 issue of Wizard Magazine (#186) Choi was named number 10 of the “Hot 10 Artists” for his work on X-23: Target X.his creator-owned series, Chomperstompers,

Ron Garney- JLA,The Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil, Ghost Rider volume 3, Wolverine, Captain America, X-Men, Silver Surfer and Hulk. He has also written for Hulk in collaboration with Jerry Ordway.Garney’s late 2000s projects include Skaar: Son of Hulk and Wolverine: Weapon X. Garney worked as the Costume illustrator on the 2007 Will Smith film I Am Legend, and the 2010 Nicolas Cage fantasy film, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Dave Bullock-Cartoons-Transformers Prime,The Avengers:Earths Mightiest Heroes,Superman/Batman:Public Enemies,Kim Possible,Justice League,The Batman Vs Dracula, Teen Titans,X-Men: Evolution, Batman:Beyond,Superman,The Incredible Hulk,Spiderman

Duncan Rouleau-Big Hero 6,The Metal Men Miniseries1-8,The NightmaristCartoons-Ben 10, Generation Rex, Ultimate Spiderman,Avengers Assemble,Vidio Games:X-men:Legends

Rafa Sandoval-Created-Alisa Tager (Earth-616),Anthony Stark (Earth-2713),Arnim Zola III (Earth-1610),August Hirt (Earth-616),Blackagar Boltagon (Earth-2713),Bleeding Image (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Chain (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Delphic (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Earth-2713,Earth-90411,Endgame (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),God Squad (Earth-616),Hannah Pierce (Earth-20051),Isaiah Pierce (Earth-20051),Jane Yoo (Earth-20051),Johnny Gomorrah (Legion Personality) (Earth-616), Kuan-Yin (Earth-1610),Layla Miller (Earth-1610),People (Earth-1610),Reed Richards (Earth-2713),Robert Bruce Banner (Earth-2713),Roxxon Brain Trust (Earth-1610),Samuel Sterns (Earth-1610),Sentinex,Shen-Yin (Earth-1610),Shu-Tan (Earth-1610),Skrullian Eternals,“Stephen Strange (Earth-2713),Styx (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Susan in Sunshine (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Taneisha Pierce (Earth-20051)Time-Sink (Legion Personality) (Earth-616),Women Warriors
(Earth-616),Young X-Men (Earth-616)

June Brigman-co-creater-Power Pack,artist-Official Handbook ot Marvel Univers,Supergirl,Star Wars: River of Chaos,New Mutants,Herc,Solo Avengers,Brenda Star,Illustrator-Where in the World is Carmen Santiago,Choose your Own Adventure Books, instructor at The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art

Dan Parent-Archie, Felix the Cat, Barbie, Disney Adventures, and a wide variety of other titles.His writing of the Love Showdown series from 1994 received widespread attention. In 2012 Parent introduced the first openly gay character in Archie Comics when he created Kevin Keller in Veronica #202, which he wrote and drew.In May 2013 Parent was presented with the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book in San Francisco.Parent was nominated for a 2013 Harvey Award for Special Award for Humor in Comics.

Clay Mann-Industructable Hulk,X-Men-Inhumanity,X-Men Legacy,X-Men:Age of X,X-Men: Prelude to Schism,X-Men Legacy: Emplate ,Ultimate X-men,Gambit,New Mutans, Magneto:Not A Hero,X-Necrosha,Dark Reign: Elektra,Thor: Ages of Thunder,Thor: Man of War,Heroes For Hire: Ahead of the Curve,Batgirl

Jeremy Whitley-His work has been nominated for two Eisner Awards, Five Glyph Awards, and numerous other honors
“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” , “My Little Pony: Friends Forever”, Action Lab’s “NFL Rush Zone” and “GlobWorld”
Creator of the original comic series Princeless, Illegal, and The Order of Dagonet.

Bob Wiacek-Wolverine,Marvel Comic Presents :Wolverine,Uncanny X-Men #150, 159-176,X-Men vs Apocalypse: Ages of Apocalypse,
X-Men:Mutant Massacre,X-Men:Legends,X-Men:Firestar,New Mutants,X-51,Fantastic Four/Spiderman,Amazing Spiderman,Peter Parker/Spectacular Spiderman,Web of Spiderman,Marvel Masterworks-Uncanny X-Men,Avengers:Galactic Storm,Hulk:Visionaries,
Iron Man #258–283 ,Iron-Man:Demon in a Bottle,Iron-Man 2020,Iron-Man-Director of Shield,Thor,Heroes Reborn:Capt  America,Superman #293-301,Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #220–225,Ghost Rider #36–46 ,Star Wars #16-37 ,The Thing,Silver Surfer #123-131 ,Sensational She-Hulk #1-11,Women of Marvel,Essential Spider-Woman,X-Factor #10-37 ,Alpha Flight #15-29 ,Power Pack #1-26 ,Excalibur #94-103 ,Man-Thing #1-11,Dazzler,Marvel-Teamup,Marvel Fanfare,Strange Tales #6–16 ,What-If,Orion #8-22 ,Coyote #4-9,
Archer & Armstrong #3-10 ,The Brave and the Bold vol. 2, #1-9
Has inked over such pencilers as Carmine Infantino , John Romita Jr. ,June Brigman , John Byrne, Walter Simonson, George Pérez . He has also worked with creators such as Bob Budiansky, Colleen Doran, Ron Garney, Mike Grell, Michael Netzer (Nasser), Kevin Nowlan, Don Perlin, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Barry Windsor-Smith.

Guy Dorian-The New Warriors,  Marvel Comics Presents, DareDevil, Night Thrasher,Ultra Force, Hari Kari,Bad Girls, Hakkiro Soul Quest

Chris Batista- Steel (1993–1995), Spider-Man 2099 (1994), Spaceknights (2000–2001), Thunderbolts (2002–2003), The Legion (2003–2004), JLA (2005), DC Comics weekly year long comic book series 52 (2006–2007),Robin,The second volume of Booster Gold
Marvel:Marvel Universe: Millenial Visions #1 (Writer/Artist,),Marvel Swimsuit Special #2 1993),X-Men #14 ,X-Men Adventures #7-8, 10, 15 ,
Professor Xavier and the X-Men #16 (cover), 17-18,X-Factor #88-89, Annual #8,Spider-Man 2099 #22-23 ,Spider-Man Magazine #1
Spider-Girl #39,Iron Man #49,Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supreme Annual #3,Captain Marvel #28 ,Thunderbolts #66, 68, 72, 74,
Spaceknights (script and art, with co-author Jim Starlin, 5-issue limited series, Marvel Comics, October 2000 – February 2001),
Spaceknights(2012) (script and art, with co-author Jim Starlin, 3-issue limited series, Marvel Comics, December 2012 – February 2013),
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #139-140
Dc:Deathstroke #52 ,Doomsday Annual #1,JLA #115-119 ,JLA Gallery ,Justice League Quarterly #17,
JLA/JSA Secret Files and Origins #1,JLA-Z #1,Justice League Taskforce #30-33 (Covers),Green Lantern #84, 90, 107,Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors #12,Green Lantern Corps #30 ,Flash #23.1,Firestorm #6,Aquaman #23-24,Teen Titans #47,Titans #21 ,Superman Confidential #8-9,Superman/Batman Annual #2,Batman Beyond #8,Robin #170-174,Wonder Woman #41,Hawkman #47-49,Steel #0, 1-3, 5-8, 9-10 (Covers) 11-13, 15-16 ,Black Lightning #7,The Last Days of Animal Man,Booster Gold #32-35, #37-39, #41-43,The Legion #19-23, 25-30, 32-33 ,Legion: Secret Origin #1-6,52 (comics)#52 #5, 10, 17, 20, 29, 31, 40, 45, 52 (art,Stormwatch #28,The Order #2,Extreme Justice #10,12-14 (Covers),Underworld Unleashed: Patterns of Fear #1,Worlds Collide #1,
Turok: Tales of The Lost Land #1,Magnus Robot Fighter #15 ,Shi: The Illustrated Warrior #2,Shi: Senryaku #2,Vampirella Pin-Up Special #1,Vengeance of Vampirella #22,Trinity Angels #8-9, 11-12,BlackJack: Blood and Honor TPB

Rudy Nubres-,House of Mystery and House of Secrets, Doctor Strange, Power Man and Iron Fist, Marvel Super Special, and John Carter, Warlord of Mars. He also contributed to Marvel’s black-and-white magazine line, Curtis Magazines, most notably on Deadly Hands of Kung Fu.From 1980–1983, he worked for Warren Publishing on such titles as Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella, and 1984. Nebres worked for Pacific Comics, and in the mid-1980s he worked for Archie Comics’s short-lived superhero line on such titles as Blue Ribbon Comics

Billy Tucci-Shi,Sgt.Rock

Mark McKenna- don’t know if you know this, but I’ve been a comic book artist for 29 years (check out the on-going Mark Mckenna comic book checklist), having worked for both Marvel and DC comics on the likes of The X Men and Spider Man to Batman and The Justice League. There are more than 500 comics that list my name in the credits and 8,000 plus pages that bear my ink lines on them

Hannibal King – Comics-Grendel, Excaliber ,Green Arrow. Moonstone Comics’ THE SPIDER, THE PHANTOM.
Magic: The Gathering artist for Wizards of the Coast,D&D illustration on rulebook covers and internals. Card image work for GAME OF THRONES!
Robert Bruce-AMC Comic Book Men

Kate Leth-Adventure Time

Ian Mccinty-Adventure Time

Joe Eisman-Artist and co-creator of Morning Glories, the Eisner-nominated and NY Times Bestselling Comic series from Image Comics

John Hebert- Deathlok Annual Vol 2 2Deathlok Annual Vol 2- 2,Punisher War Journal Vol 1- 47,The Punisher War Zone Vol 1- 38,39,40,X-Men Adventures Vol 3 1X-Men Adventures Vol 3- 1,The X-Men Collector’s Edition Vol 1 2The X-Men Collector’s Edition Vol 1- 2,X-Men Adventures Vol 2 5,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,X-Men Adventures Vol 3-2,3,4, Writer: Sold-Out (1987), Penciller: The 3-Minute Sketchbook (2007), Captain Action Comics (2008), Captain Action King Size Special (2011) Crime Pays (1996), Deathlok (1991), Five Years of Pain (1997), Frank Castle (1996), Ghost Rider Collector’s Edition (1993), Incredible Hulk Epic Collection (2015), Jonny Quest Special (1988), Las Nuevas Aventuras de los X-Men (1994), Mars Attacks (1988), Marvel Annual & Quarterly Reports (1992), Marvel Collector’s Edition (1992), Marvel Holiday Special (1991), Marvel Weihnachtsspecial 1998 (1998), Marvel: The Year-in-Review (1989)
Newstralia (1989), Nomad (1992), The Punisher War Journal (1988), The Punisher War Zone (1992), The Punisher (1987), Sable (1988), Sold-Out (1987), Sonic Super Special (1997), Sonic The Hedgehog (1993), WCW World Championship Wrestling (1992), Wolverine: Danger on the Docks (1993), X-Men Adventures (1994), X-Men Adventures (1995), X-Men: Interactive Comic Book (1996), X-Men: Phoenix Force Handbook (2010), X-Men: Time Gliders (1995)
Inker: Captain Action Comics (2008), Crime Pays (1996), Mars Attacks (1988), Marvel: The Year-in-Review (1989), Sold-Out (1987)
Cover Artist: Deathlok (1991), Frank Castle (1996), Ghost Rider Collector’s Edition (1993), Newstralia (1989), The Punisher War Journal (1988), The Punisher War Zone (1992), X-Men Adventures (1994), X-Men Adventures (1995),Comics,William Shatner’s Man O’ War,The Punisher: War Zone,The Punisher War Journal,X-Men Adventures,Deathlok,Phazer War of the Independents Crossover,Incredible Hulk Epic Collection: Ghosts of the Past,Deathlok: The Souls Of Cyber-Folk,Phazer,Spider-Man Drakes Cakes Mini Comics Series 1,Captain Action King Size Special,X-Men: Phoenix Force Handbook,The X-Men Collector’s Edition,Punisher Holiday Special,Captain Action Comics,Anne Rice’s The Mummy or Ramses the Damned,Five Years Of Pain,Deathlok Annual,Sonic Super Special

Tom Zahler-Crimson Dynamo-1 Issue,Angry Birds Transformers: Age of Eggstinction-1 Issue,Lost In Space-6 Issues,My Little Pony: Adventures in Friendship-3 Issues,My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic-2 Issues,My Little Pony: FIENDship Is Magic-1 Issue,,My Little Pony: Friends Forever-2 Issues,My Little Pony Micro-Series-1 appearances,Elvira Mistress of the Dark-1 appearances,Love and Capes-14 Issues,Love and Capes: What To Expect-6 Issues,,Love and Capes: Ever After-5 Issues,Love and Capes: What To Expect-1 appearances,Love and Capes: Going to the Chapel-1 Issue,Love and Capes: Do You Want To Know A Secret?-1 Issue,Skyward-9 Issues,The Illegitimates-6 Issues,,Sidechicks-5 Issues,Long Distance-4 Issues,Force Seven-4 Issues,,Raider-3 Issues,Ace of Diamonds-3 Issues,King Zombie-2 Issues,Littlest Pet Shop: Wait A Second-1 Issue,Littlest Pet Shop: Open For Business-1 Issue,Skyward: Battle of Three Rivers-1 Issue,Skyward: Halloween ComicFest-Skyward: Halloween ComicFest-1 Issue,Haunted-1 Issue,Buzzboy: Sidekicks Rule!-1 Issue,My Little Pony: Pony Tales-1 Issue,The Illegitimates Preview-1 appearances,Strange Heroes-1 appearances,Aw Yeah Comics!-1 appearances,Weekly World News-1 Issue,Chromium Man-1 Issue

Andy Price-My Little Pony

Richard Comely-Captain Canuck,Captain Canuck: Reborn,Captain Canuck: Unholy War,Captain Canuck: Series One Compendium,Captain Canuck Summer Special Canada Edition,Captain Canuck Issue #0/FCBD Edition,Captain Canuck: The Complete Edition,Beyond: The Quest For Meadan
Peter Gallager-,Mr. Gallagher took over writing and drawing the “Heathcliff” comic strip in 1998Ann

Paul Maybury is an American comic book creator living in Austin Texas. Notable works include, Aqua Leung, Catalyst Comix, Blue Estate, Marvel Strange Tales and Sovereign

Darryl DMC Macdaniels(Run-DMC) has his own comic book

William Brimstone Kucmierowaki-WWE, Hound Comics

Rusty Gilligan-Sketch Artist-(The Walking Dead, The Avengers, Spiderman 2,3, Captain America)

April Hunter(Has Line of comics WCW,TNA,The Meat Puppet, Grave Digger)

Boomer Esiason-former Concinnati Bengal Qb-now has comic book

PARANORMAL-Joe Chin,Paul Bredford,Brandy Green,Rich and Sandra Johnson(Taps andGhost Hunters

Chip Coffee-Paranormal State, Psychic Kids, Does Gallery Readings

Thom Reed-Only Person in US history-confirmed UFO case

Travis Walton-(Fire in the Sky,The Walton Experience)

Natasha Blasick-At the age of 14 she and her father, Sergei, were visited by a UFO. Paranoid Activity 2,Natasha co-produced Death of Evil  and Vampiro  ,Meet the Spartans, appeared as Sasha the secret agent on Days of Our Lives. ,Gorilla Island , Eve Is Dead , Under the Dark, Dark Crossing , Next Life (Video Game) (voice) ,Battle of the Bods,  The Martial Arts Kid , The Ruffian , The Color of Your Skin ,  Dagger of Adultery ,  Nomad the Beginning , The Age to Come , Brando Unauthorized , Hollywood Struggles Starring the Brentwood Girls , Bobby Fischer Live , Music video for the short film Flash Click ,  Viko ,/I  Finale ,    Liquid: Money Talks, /I  Hungry,  The Smelly Janitor,  Flash Click , The Russian Redneck , Stump the Millionaire , Cellular ,   Forever Brothers Notes from the New World , In The Black Russian , She had the chance show her comedic talents doings sketches for a season of Spike TV’s MDN , Jimmy Kimmel Live! ,The swimsuit
winner in the 2003 Mrs. World pageant.,Learned many magic tricks while working as a featured performer in live magic shows.,Her first language is Russian.Natasha plays the bass guitar and is a member of the indie band Snowflakes. Daisy Rock Girl Guitars endorsed Natasha after the first Snowflakes gig in Feb 2013.,In 2012 Natasha released Live In Your World, an EP of her own brand of pop-electronica music.,Natasha studied dance, acted in many plays ,Writer –  Hollywood Struggles Starring the Brentwood Girls

Michele Griffen- appeared in A&E’s Psychic Kids; Children of the Paranormal and the BIO Channel’s Celebrity Ghost Hunt.Michelle has been featured in numerous publications, including “Haunted Times” Magazine, “Oracle 20/20” Magazine, skirt! Magazine and The Gwinnett “Daily Post.” She is a contributing writer in Destiny vs. Choice by Marie D Jones and, Growing Up Psychic by Chip Coffey For more than a decade, Michelle Griffin has been pursuing the connection between the spiritual, metaphysical, and paranormal philosophies. She conceived the idea of creating an event that bridged the gap between these three intriguing fields and it became Through The Veil.Since the first event, Through the Veil has taken on a life of its own as a spiritual meeting place where people come to experience the power of their existence. Viewing each event as a valuable stepping stone, Michelle continues to grow and share this wealth of knowledge with all who attend. She
recognizes that synchronicity plays an integral role in defining her passion for assisting everyone in realizing their own perfect purpose.

Loren Coleman-(cryptozoology,The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates,The Unidentified: Creatures of the Outer Edge ,Mothman and Other Curious Encounters,Lake Monsters, Sea Serpents, and Other Mystery Denizens of the Deep ,BIGFOOT! The True Story of Apes in America,The Field Guide to Bigfoot, Yeti, and Other Mystery Primates Worldwide ,Mysterious America: The Revised Edition ,Cryptozoology A to Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature,Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology)

Jason Mcleod-paranormal investigator, spiritualist, and empath-Author-Dark Siege: A Connecticut Family’s Nightmare-Based on true Story.His training and experience began by following in the footsteps of his close personal friends and mentors – the late Ed Warren and his wife Lorraine, bestselling authors, and movie consultants — who started the modern ghost hunting craze that thrives today. He conducts engaging presentations on the subjects of spirituality, consciousness, quantum physics, meditation, metaphysics, paranormal investigation, and demonology on radio blog broadcasts, and at paranormal conventions, spirituality expositions, in churches and at New Age events throughout the world.

Genoveva Rossi-she is a professional psychic reader specializing in tarot, runes, palms and crystals.
Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies ,  Midnight Flashback: Demons of the Night , The Bible Belt Slasher Pt. II: The Holy Terror! ,Bikini Girls Vs.The Surf Wolf ,  Zombies Incorporated,  Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead, Bite School , The Attack of the Brain People ,   Blood Slaughter Massacre   Sanctum Deep ,  Everybody Is Going to Die, at Ten Acres High ,  Not Another Bad Horror Flick , Goth Chylde: Re-Creation Begins , Jack ‘O’ Slasher ,Burn in Hell ,Witches Blood ,To Love Is to Die , I Spill Your Guts , Cool as Hell , A Dark Place Inside ,The Soulless ,Tales from the Dark Midnight Show , Hunters , Scars of a Predator,Tapestry , 6 Minutes of Death ,In Fear Of , Nurse Jackie, Apocalypse Kiss , Escape from Kings Park , M Is for Meat ,Scienceless Fiction , St. Vincent , Apex Rising ,Catch of the Day, Night Games , Lessons in Love,  Perseveration , Skid Row , The Peter Austin Noto Show , The Days God Slept , I.B.S. , How to Make an Independent Film
, Jesus, the Daughter of God , Acedia ,  Blue Sheep Suit , Jackie Ross Little But Tough


Taimak-(The Last Dragon-30th Aniversary,a Different World,off-broadway show-Roadhouse,play-Cheaters,music vidios-Janet Jacksons-Lets Wait Awhile,Debbie Allens-Special Look,fitnessvidio-Taimak Fit,Madonna-Drowned World Tour,Singled Out,the White Girl,No More dirty Deals,Kickback with ScottPastore,Battle of the Brothers,WMAC Masters,the Forbidden Zone,Red Shoe Diaries,Dreamers,Dogs Best Friend,Thats theGuy,I Will Be Your Father Figure,Beverly Hills 90210,Masquerade,Night Class,Third Watch,Book of Swords,The System Within,Thier Just My Friends,Repeat Offenders,Fight the Panda Syndicate)

Ernie Reyes Jr- (The Last Dragon,Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2,Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull, Red Sonja,Rush hour 2,Charmed,Vip,Kung Fu the Legend Continues)

Michael Jai White-Spawn,Mortal KombatBlack Dynamite

Cynthia Rothrock-(Above the Law, Righting Wrongs, Rage and Honor, Huang jia shi jie ,Badass Showdown Huang, Santa’s Summer House,  Sci-Fighter, I  Lost Bullet ,  Outside the Law,  Redemption (Video),   The Untouchable 2 (Video Game),  Manhattan Chase,  Tiger Claws III,  The Hostage, Night Vision,  Deep Cover,  The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!,  Hercules: The Legendary Journeys,  Sworn to Justice, Tiger Claws II, Eye for an Eye,  Fatal Passion, Guardian Angel (Video),  Fast Getaway II (Video),   Undefeatable,   Lady Dragon 2,  Irresistible Force, Rage and Honor II, Honor and Glory,  Lady Dragon,  Martial Law II: Undercover (Video), Angel of Fury,  Tiger Claws, Fast Getaway (Video),  No Witnesses,  Tai yang zhi zi, Martial Law (Video),   China O’Brien II (Video),  China O’Brien , Miao tan shuang long, Female Reporter,   Rapid Fire,  Jungle Heat,   Top Squad,  No Retreat, No Surrender 2,  Fight to Win,   Mo fei cui,
ShanghaiExpress,  24 Hours to Midnight)

Cung Le-Tekken

Ken Shamrock( Beyond the Mat,  Scarecrow Gone Wild (Video) , That ’70s Show,  Nash Bridges UFC,WWE,The Bunker,

Dan Severn-(Win by Fall ,   Tetherball: The Movie ,  Minor League: A Football Story ,   Kill Factor (Video) – The Beast ,   AWE Overload  ,Swamp Zombies!!! (Video) , 1998  Nash Bridges (TV Series) ,  Rudy )UFC-Hall of Fame,WWE, Alternate US Olympic Team,College Fright Night (pre-production) ,

Chuck Zito-(Sons of Anarchy,Oz)

Don the Dragon Wilson-Batman Forever

Fred The Hammer Williams-(Starsky and Hutch, Oakland Raiders, From Dusk Till Dawn, Black Caesar)

Silvio Simac-(Transporter 3, DOA: Dead or Alive,   Undisputed II: Last Man Standing, Metal Hurlant Chronicles,  Man of Tai Chi, 2 Fedz,  Razed (Short), Knock Out, Ten Dead Men, Intergalactic Combat,  Mile High, Unleashed, The Purifiers,  Black Mask 2: City of Masks,  Lexx ,   Fighting Talk (announced),  Life Outside (in production)

Ariel De Ment-Films:Outrage,Web Series:Skye of the Damned,Tamberlane the Great
Theatre- Cats,Macbeth,,Sleeping Beauty,Hamlet,Hairspray,42nd Street,Temptation of Tim,Leipf,Twelth Night,Velenzano Winery Murder Mystery
Professional ballet dancer with the Atlantic City Ballet performing roles such as Black Swan (Swan Lake), Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and Lucy (Dracula).,Nutcracker,Le Corsair
New York Renaissance Faire,New Jersey Renaissance Faire
Skills-Western and Eastern martial arts experience,Stage Combat:Broad Sword,Single Sword,Rapier/Dagger,Quaterstaff,Knife,Whip Cracking,Unarmed,- Can Sing,Intermediate Violin,Beginner Cello,Piano,Djembo,Sidesaddle Horseback,Scuba Diving,Archery(Longbow and Recurve),Intermediate Gymnastics,Roller Blading,Raptor Calls,Stage Hair and makeup,Wiggle both eyebrows,Sing in Chipmunk Voice,Accents:French,Italian,Brittish,Scottish,Irish,American South,American Jersey)

Denise J Reed-(Open Asset, S.E.A.L.S Domestic Warfare ,Turn ,  Blindly Bound , Good Dads, Rev It Up (Video Game) , Lunch with Larry , Nepotism ,  Restaurant Stakeout ,  Hey Girl , Against the Grain: The Story of Stan the Lx Bus Driver, 10 on Top,Sexy Beast,He Said, She Said, Retailes,,Street Acadamy,The Magic of Nonverbal Communication,The Confession,Bounty Warz: Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide, High 5 Games Promo,What Lies Ahead, Payday, Mistake)
Skills-Ear Prompter, Teleprompter, Comedic Improvisation, Memorize/Deliver Lines in Spanish, Screen Fighting (Applications of Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Arnis: Filipino Stick & Knife Fighting, Kung Fu, & Standard Firearms Tactics), Dancing (Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz, Salsa, Freestyle/Club), Singing (Alto), Basic Archery (Recurve & Compound Bow), Waitressing, Bartending, Long Distance Running, Drawing, Paddle Boarding, Rollerblading, Rollerskating, Cheerleader, Hoola-Hoop, Jump Rope, Pogo Stick, Snow Boarding, Volleyball, Bike Riding,

VOICE ACTORS-Dan Southworth,James Urbaniak,Dave Fennoy,Dino Andrade,Dc Douglas,Steve Blum,Ian Sinclair,Debi Derryberry,Eg Daily,Johnny Yong Bosche(Sailor Moon),Junko Takeuchi-Naruto

Sean Schemmel-Dragon Ball,Fallout

Chris Sabot-Dragon Ball

Kyle Hebert-Dragon Ball,Full Metal Alchamist,Nairutu,Sonic the Hedgehog,Street Fighter,

Mike McFarland-Mike McFarland-Various Dragon Ball series and movies,VariousFull Metal Alchamist series and Movies,One Piece,Attack on Titan-Can do reunions with Castmates was Voice Director in addition to doing voices, Vidio Games:The Walking Dead:Survival Instinct,The Halo Wars,Street Fighter X Tekken.

Chuck Huber-Dragonball,Full Metal Alchamist,One Piece,Attack on Titan,Borderlands2

Josh Martin-Dragonball, Barney the Dinosaur

Cast of Border town

Nicholas Gonzalas-Bordertown

Lalo Alcaraz-Bordertown

Samantha Newark-Gem and the Holograms

Carey Means-AquaTeen Hunger Force

Lear Bunda-(Aqua Teen Hunger Force ,Squidbillies , Gypsy Crepes  and The Space Coast ,12 oz Mouse,Pokemon.

Roy Wooley-Aqua Teen Hunger Force-Prostectics,Face-Off,Hunger Games-MockingJay Part 1,2-Makeup Artist,Dr.Who:The Forgotten Doctor-Make-Up Artist, Halloween 2-Assistant Make-up Artist,

C Martin Croker-Space Ghost-Coast to Coast,Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak,the Brak Show ,Aqua Teen Hunger Force,Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters,Invasion of the Killer Cicadas,Number One Dad,Mantis (voice) , 2008 Assy McGee,Perfect Hair Forever,Cartoon Planet

Michael Jai White-Black Dynamite,Spawn

Morgan Lofting-(G.I. Joe,Ben 10,Spider-Man,Star Blazers)

Zach Hoffman-(G.I. Joe (TV Series), G.I. Joe: The Movie,  G.I. Joe: Arise, Serpentor, Arise! ,  G.I. Joe: The Revenge of Cobra , Pee-wee’s Big Adventure(Director),The Fugitive, Highway to Heaven ,Homeland,Untraceable,The Mix-Up)

Cathy Garver-voice Firestar-Spiderman and his amazing Friends-Cathy can do reunion with Spiderman(Iceman will send Sighned Pics),Family Affair,Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos,Family Affair

Greg Berg-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,Transformers: Dark of the Moon Muppet Babies,Huckleberry Hound

Peter Newman- Thundercats , Thundercats – Ho!: The Movie,Silverhawks,TigerSharks, Archer, Felix the Cat: The Movie,Extreme Makeover – Narrator, Vidio Game- The Darkness II – Darkling ,Vidio Game-The Bureau: XCOM Declassified,Nova,Mask & Cape, The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus,The Comic Strip,Noel, Fillmore! ,The Little Fox)

Gerrianne Raphael – Thundercats Thundercats – Ho! The Movie ,  My Little Pony (TV Movie) ,Random! Cartoons ,The Comic Strip ,  Courage the Cowardly Dog ,Karate Kat,Law & Order: Special Victims Unit , 30 Rock,  Raising the Bar  ,  The Engagement Ring , A Little Curious , Captain Video and His Video Rangers,   The First Hundred Years , The Aldrich Family, Little Miss Thoroughbred , Creative Continuity ,Mask & Cape

Johnny Brennan-Family Guy,Jerky Boys

Quinton Flynn-(Animated-Robot Chicken,Fantastic Four,The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes,Teen Titans,Timon & Pumbaa,Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated,Aladdin,The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest,-Stuart Little: The Animated Series,Vidio Games-Metal Gear,World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King,Batman: Arkham City,Call of Duty,Kingdom Hearts,Final Fantasy 7,Crash Bandicoot,X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse,Spider-Man: Friend or Foe,Mass Effect 2 ,Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven,Champions of Norrath,Digimon World Data Squad,Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 2,Ninety-Nine Nights, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Command & Conquer: Generals

Morgan Lofting-(Ben 10,G.I. Joe,Spider-Man,Star Blazers)

Sonya Thompson-(Ben 10: Alien ,The Walking Dead,Zombieland, Swarm,Hell Night, Night of the Jackals,Van Wilder:Fresman Year,Road Trip:Beer Pong,The Sick,Sick People)

Christy Carlson Romano-Kim Possible

Jonathan Joss-King of the Hill

Willie Aames-Dungeons & Dragons

Don Most-Dungeons & Dragons,Happy Days

Glenn Morshower-(King of the Hill,Dukes of Hazzard,CSI,24,Tango and Cash,Nypd Blue,Dukes of Hazzard,Deadwood,Friday Night Lights,Jag,He is a Motivational Speaker,X-Men-First Class,Transformers,Transformers-Dark of the Moon,Appeared 3 Star Trek series and Star Trek Generations,Godzilla,Charmed,Quantum Leap,X-Files,Babylon 5,Buffy the Vampire Slayer,Allias,Millenium,The Island,The Crazies, Vidio Games-(Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2)

John Stocker-Avengers:United They Stand,Star Wars:Ewoks,Star Wars:Droids,Droids,X-Men,WildC.A.T.S.,,Flash Gordan,Silver Surfer,The Real Ghostbusters,Muppet Babies,Hello Kitty,CareBears,Adventues of Tin Tin,Teddy Ruxbin,Babar,Beetlejuice-He was also the voice director on Beyblade, Medabots, Committed, Pandalian, Sailor Moon, Caillou, The Amazing Spiez!, Animated Tales of the World, Rob the Robot, Totally Spies!, Totally Spies! The Movie, Plop!, Mona the Vampire, Martin Mystery, What It’s Like Being Alone, The Goal, Zeroman, Strawberry Cafe, Monster Buster Club, Chuck and Friends, Papaya Bull, The Magic Hockey Skates, Zac and Penny, Fugget About It, RedaKai: Conquer the Kairu, Ella the Elephant, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Flack, Ky Staxx, The Mulligans, Di-Gata Defenders, Mike the Knight, Dr. Dimensionpants, Timoon and the Narwhal, Nightfall (radio series) and Microfriends.Stocker is one of the few voice actors to appear in all three of the Super
Mario Bros. animated series with one of the characters that he had voiced being Toad. He has also done voices for many video games including Jagged Alliance 2, Naruto, Hype: The Time Quest, Spawn: In the Demon’s Hand, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business and Silent Storm as well as voice directing Beyblade: Super Tournament Battle, Medabots Infinity, Sentinel: Descendants in Time and Magna Carta: Tears of Blood.

Elizabeth Shepard-Avengers: United They Stand,Silver Surfer (TV Series) Damien: Omen II (1978),The Tomb of Ligeia, Poltergeist: The Legacy,Amelia,Side Effects

Jg Hertzler-voice-over for the intro sequence of 3DO’s Might and Magic IX, and was the voice of the “Dr. Grossman” splicer model in BioShock and Deathstroke and Ares in Injustice: Gods Among Us.Star Trek Deep Space Nine,Star Trek Voyager Roswell, Charmed, Quantum Leap and Highlander: The Series, the series Zorro (1991–1993),


Hafthor Bjornsson-Game of Thrones-can do weight lifting semminars

Kevin Sorbo-(Hercules-20th Aniversary,Kull the Conqueror,Meet the Spartans, God of war 3,Andromeda-15th Aniversary,Gods not Dead, What If, The O.C.)-Can get Hercules Castmembers

Sylvestor MCcoy-The Hobbit, Dr.Who

William Kircher-The Hobbit

Sandal Bergman-Conan the Barbarian,Red Sonja

Ernie Reyes Jr- (Red Sonja,The Last Dragon,Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2,Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull, Red Sonja,Rush hour 2,Charmed,Vip,Kung Fu the Legend Continues)

Jim Tavery-Harry Potter

Willie Aames-Dungeons & Dragons

Don Most-Dungeons & Dragons,Happy Days

Margaret Weis-Dragonlance

WRESTLERS-,Torrie Wilson,Mick Foley,Rikishi,RVD,Alberto Del Rio,Ricardo Rodriguez,Brotus Clay,Ricky Dragon Steamboat,Eric Bischoff,Joey Ryan,Candice Lerae,Cryme Tyme,Lance Storm,Yoshi Tatsu,Sonjay Dutt,Ted Dibiase,Killer B’s,Charlie Haas,Benjamen,Mean Gene Okerland,Tugboat/Typhoon,Greg Irons,Curt Hawkins,Chris Hahn,Tyler Reks,Shawn Daivari,Gail Kim,Stevie Richards,Blue Meanie,King Kong Bundy,Lil Guido,Eddie-The Wolves-TNA,Davey Boy Jr,MVP,Eugene,Kiss Demon,Angelina Love,Gunner,Hillbilly Jim,Face of Fear(Barbarian,Meng,Warlord),Larry Zybisco,ODB,Jimmy Valient,Rosie,Hernandez,Jim Cornette,Domino,.Lei D’Tapia,Rockn Roll Express,Jessika Havock,Ezekial Jackson,Caprice,Rick Link.One Man Gang,Del Wilkins_patriot,Sam Houston,Shannon Moore,BlackBart,Cliff Compton,Mike Sanders,Dr. Tom Prichard, Jay Diesal,Jason Knight,Celeste,Bobby Rood,Eric Young,Justin Gabriel(PJ Black),John Morrison(Hennigan),Tessa Blanchard,Animal,Lex Lugar,Terry Funk,Sabu,Abyss,RockinRobin,James Storm,Animal,Disco Inferno,Tatanka,Mustafa,Mandy Leon, Watanabe,Hiroshi Tanahashi,Tetsuya Naito,Michael Elgin,Kyle O’Reily,Kushida,Moose,Veda Scott,Jenny Rose,Papa Shango,The Conquistadors,Molly Holly,Dean Malenko,Bart Gunn,Billie Gunn, Road Dogg,Aksanna,Mr.Anderson(Kennedy),Kevin Sulivan,Robbie E,Big Sal,Crowbar,Spud,Solo Darling,Jason Knight,Amy Castanet,Jerry Lawler,Bob Backlund,Kevin Thorn,Krystal Marshal,Samu,Grand Master Sexy

Hulk Hogan-(WWF,WWE,WCW,TNA,rocky 3,Hogan Knows Best,No Holds Barred,Mr.Nanny,

Sting-(TNA,WCW–Held World Title 10 Times)

Ric Flair-(WCW,WWE,-16 time Champ,Baywatch

Goldberg-(WCW,WWE,The Longest Yard,Ready to Rumble,Looney Toons:Back in Action,Santas’ Slay Family Guy,Kim Possible

Cris Jericho-(WWE,WCW,WWF,Band-Fozzy-Since his “Undisputed Championship” represents the combined WWE and WCW titles, he joins an elite group of wrestlers to hold both titles, joining such luminaries as Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, Ric Flair, and Randy “Macho Man” Savage, Paul Wight (Giant/Big Show) Dwayne Johnson, Chris Benoit, Kevin Nash (Diesel) and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, although only Flair, Savage, Hogan, Wight and Hart held them when the two federations were separate. He is the first wrestler in history to hold the titles simultaneously, beating The Rock and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin in December 2001.Notable title wins include: WCWA Tag Team titles (2 times); CRMW Tag Team titles w/Lance Storm 1992; CRMW title; WWA Tag Team title (Mexico), w/ El Dandy; NWA Middleweight title (as Corazon de Leon); WAR International Junior Heavyweight title (as Lion Do); WAR International Junior Heavyeight Tag Team title (as Lion Do) w/ Gedo; ECW Television title;
WCWCruiserweight title (4); WCW Television title; WWF Intercontinental title (6); WWF European title; WWF Tag Team titles (2); WWF Hardcore title, 2001; WCW Heavyweight title; 1st Undisputed WWF/WCW Heavyweight Champion; WWE World Tag Team titles w/Christian; Was the first and only person to capture all 5 of the WWE Champsionships (WWE World Title, Intercontinental Title, Tag Team Titles, European Title and the Hardcore Title).Holds the record for capturing the most WWE Intercontinental Title reigns (eight times).Has held nearly every current WWE title in some form. (He held the World Heavyweight title when it was the WCW title as well as when it was half of the Undisputed title, he held the WWE title when it was half of the Undisputed title, he held the WCW Cruiserweight title before it became a WWE belt. He’s also held the World Tag Team and Intercontinental titles). The only WWE titles Jericho hasn’t held are the WWE Tag Team titles (from SmackDown!)
and the WWE United States title (and, obviously, the Women’s title).Jericho was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame on September 25, 1997.But I’m Chris Jericho,Macgruber

Brett Hart-(WWF-Hall of Fame,WCW-Notable title wins include Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight title (Calgary)(2); Stampede International Tag Team titles(5); Stampede North American Heavyweight title (6);;WWF Tag Team titles w/Jim Neidhart(2); WWF Intercontinental title (2); WWF King of the Ring; WWF Heavyweight title(5); WWF Royal Rumble co-champion, 1994; WCW United States Heavyweight title(4); WCW World Tag Team titles w/Bill Goldberg; WCW World Heavyweight title.Was the first wrestler to ever pin “Rowdy” Roddy Piper in all of Piper’s WWF career.Has defeated Steve Austin in all of their four major televised encounters.He has wrestled and defeated most of the top names in pro wrestling during his career, including Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Curt Hennig, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Bill Goldberg, among others. André the Giant and Jim Hellwig are among the few who aren’t on that list.He has a worldwide fan base. He has wrestled in Germany,
U.K,France, and much of Asia, including Hong Kong and Japan.Has wrestled in 12 Wrestlemania’s.Holds the record for consecutive Wrestlemania appearances, having competed at 12 (Wrestlemanias 2-13).Was once “managed” by actor William Shatner, during Shatner’s *very* brief stint with the WWF.In his 20+ year wrestling career, never injured another wrestler.The Simpsons

Kevin Nash(WWF,WCW,(( 2014 John Wick (post-production),  Rachel’s Return,  The Newest Pledge,  Magic Mike -Tarzan,  Rock of Ages,  The Association, Monster Brawl,  Almighty Thor (TV Movie)-Odin, River of Darkness,  Grandma’s Boy, The Longest Yard,The Punisher-The Russian,  Nikki , Love Boat: The Next Wave , Family Plan,  Sabrina, the Teenage Witch ,- The Crucible, … The Giant,  The Weinerville Chanukah Special ,  Super Force ,  Swamp Thing , Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze-Super Shredder)

Golddust(WWF,WCW,WWE,TNA,ECW,The Murders of Brandywine Theater ,No Way Out ,Meet Me There)

Matt Hardy(WWE,WCW,ECW)

Jeff Hardy

Scott Stiener(WCW,TNA,WWF,WWE,Charmed,the Jersey)

Vader(WWE,WCW,TNA,Boy Meets World,Baywatch,Fist of the North Star,NFL player with Rams)

Diamond Dallas Page(WCW,WWE,DDP Yoga,(Sensory Perception (filming), The Murders of Brandywine Theater (post-production), 2014/II Vengeance (completed),  As Human as Animal (Short),  Gallowwalkers,  Zombie Family (TV Series) (completed),Pizza Man, 2011 Red & Blue Marbles,-  Raw Roulette , GSN Live , Bald, Driftwood, 2006/I Splinter, 2006 Hood of Horror, 2006 Jack’s Law, 2006 PWU: Jam Session 11 & Crazy 8 (Video), 2006 MCW: Xtreme Measures (Video),  High Hopes, The Devil’s Rejects, UPW: Destruction in the Desert (Video),  The Scam Artist, 1999 First Daughter )

Ken Shamrock(UFC,WWE,The Bunker,   Beyond the Mat,  Scarecrow Gone Wild (Video) , That ’70s Show ,  Nash Bridges  )

Booker T–(WCW,WWE,TNA-holding 35 championships between those organizations,He is the most decorated wrestler in WCW history, having held 21 titles including a record six WCW World Television Championships, and a record ten WCW World Tag Team Championships as one half of Harlem Heat with his brother, Lash “Stevie Ray” Huffman(he had an eleventh reign in the WWF with Test, six time world champion, having won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship five times (four times in WCW, with the fourth reign commencing on the 2001 final WCW broadcast under the ownership of the WWF and continuing in that company; and once within the WWF itself) and a World Heavyweight Championship in WWE.He is the first pure African American to become a world champion in WWE, and was voted the greatest WCW/World Heavyweight Champion of all time in a 2013 WWE viewer poll.Booker has also gained notable success as a tag team wrestler, being a 15-time World Tag Team Champion between
WCW(11 times), WWF/E (three times), and TNA (once). Additionally, he was the winner of the WWE King of the Ring tournament in 2006, the sixteenth WWE Triple Crown Champion and the tenth WWE Grand Slam Champion. As the ninth (and final) WCW Triple Crown Champion, Booker is the most recent of four men in history to achieve both the WWE and WCW Triple Crown Championships.Booker was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6, 2013 by his brother, Lash Huffman.-Ready to Rumble,Charmed, Family Feud)

Hurricane-Shane Helms-

Jeff Jarret(WWE,TNA)

Sgt Slaughter(WWE,G.I. Joe: Retaliation,G.I. Joe (TV Series 1996,1990,1986,Action Force: The Movie) ,G.I. Joe: Operation Dragonfire ,G.I. Joe: Arise, Serpentor, Arise!)

Scott Hall(WWF,WCW, Destination X)


Kelly Kelly(WWE,ECW)

Jake the Snake Roberts(WWE,(Heavy Water (filming) ,  College Fright Night (pre-production) ,  Lucas Bros. Moving Co.  ,- A/C Tundra  … Jake the Snake (voice) ,- DDT  … Jake the Snake (voice) , Hogtown (Short) , Little Creeps (Video) )

Mickie  James-WWE,TNA,ROH Won  WWE Women’s Championship five times. Won her first Divas Championship to become the second of five Divas to hold both the Women’s and Divas titles.Won the TNA Knockouts Championship three times and the 2013 TNA World Cup with Team USA
Between WWE and TNA, James is a nine-time champion, which is a national record and is also the only person to hold the WWE Women’s, WWE Divas and TNA Knockouts Championships in wrestling history. Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked James as the number one female wrestler in 2009, and she was also voted Woman of the Year twice, 2009 and 2011 by readers of PWI magazine.
Mickie has two country Albums-“Strangers & Angels” and “Somebody’s Gonna Pay”(debuted on the music charts at #15 on the Billboards Heatseekers charts)
James is currently touring around the States performing songs off her new album, making appearances and holding promotions for the album
Celebrity Fit Club Boot Camp

Ashley Massaro-WWE, WWE Diva Search, Survivivor China, Smallville, Breaking Bonaduce


Hacksaw Jim Dugan(WWE, Pro Wrestlers Vs. Zombies)

The Beautiful People-Velvet Sky & Angelina Love(TNA-record 5 time knockouts champion)

Miss Teschmacher(Brook Adams-TNA,WWE,WWE Diva Search)

Shane Douglas(WWE)

Tommy Dreamer(ECW,WWF,WWE,TNA)

Teri Runnels(WWE,WWF,WCW)

Dan Severn–(UFC-Hall of Fame,WWE, Alternate US Olympic Team,College Fright Night (pre-production) ,   Win by Fall , Tetherball: The Movie , Minor League: A Football Story ,  Kill Factor (Video) – The Beast , AWE Overload ,  Swamp Zombies!!! (Video) ,  Nash Bridges  ,Rudy )

Gorgous George(Stephanie Bellars)(WCW, Campfire Stories)

Buff Bagwell(WCW,Charmed,Terror Tract,Day of the Warrior,L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach )

Gangrell(WWE,WWF,ECW,Star Trek: Renegades (TV Movie) (post-production), 2014 15MOF? Redemption (pre-production),Catch of the Day (filming)-Vampire Steve )

Jimmy Snuka(WWF)

Chavo Guererro


Jillian Hall(WWE,WWF)

Christy Torbors

Cherry(WWE Hall of Fame,WWF,ECW)

Maria Kannelis-WWE,WWF,Diva of the Year 2009,WWE Diva Search, Army of the Damned ,Celebrity Apprentice, She has co-hosted G4 Network’s “Attack of the Show”,Deal or No Deal, “Family Feud, “Project Runway, VH1’s Top 20 Video Countdown,The Insider,Best Damn Sports Show,Red Eye,The Today Show,A Bet’s a Bet (post-production)  , Mother Hen (Short) ,  Swallow: The Series ,  Cubed , Outback Jack, Playboy,released a music Album

Bobby Lashley(WWE,TNA,UFC)

Sunny(WWE Hall of Fame,WWF,ECW)

Jay Lethal(TNA,ROH)

Coco Beware(WWE Hall of Fame,Tosh 2.0)

Dlo Brown(TNA,WWE)

Dawn Marie(WWE,ECW)

Debra Mcmichael(WWF,WCW,WWE,Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation ,Legacy of the Tengu,Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords

SoCal Val(TNA)

Tony Atlas(WWF,Mr.USA-First wrestler to hand Hulk Hogan his first defeat via pin-fall.,WWE- Hall of Fame)

Molly Holly(WCW,WWF,WCW)

Marty Wright-The Boogyman-( WWE,WWF,ECW, Transporter 2,Any Given Sunday, The Replacements,Boogieman’s Bedtime Stories: Old Folks’ Home)

Ryan Shamrock(WWE,WCW,WWF,The Bold and the Beautiful))

Serena Deeb-(WWE,WWF)

Crystal Louthan(TNA,Happy Hour the movie (Short) -Vampire slut)

April Hunter(WCW,TNA,The Meat Puppet, Grave Digger, Has Line of comics)

Brittany-Santana Garrett-(TNA)

Winter-(WWE,WWF,ECW, In the Woods: A Red Riding Tale (pre-production) , Naked Alien Massacre (pre-production) ,  The Treehouse (post-production) ,Satanicus (post-production) ,  Stay Inside (post-production) ,  Play James Play (post-production) , I Crossroads (completed) , Tinker Steampunk (TV Series) (pre-production) , Emergency: LA (TV Series) (pre-production) ,  TeleviSean (TV Series) , Bad Pixels , Out of Commission ,  The Sickness ,  24 Hours in Las Vegas , II No Surrender  ,
Amanda & The Guardian , Go Green )

Brutus the Barber Beefcake(WWF,WCW,WWE)

Greg the Hammer Valentine(WWF,WCW)

Tito Santana(WWE Hall of Fame,WWF,WCW,Kansas City Chiefs)

Jim The Anvil Niedhart(WWE,Zombie Beach Party,Thunder in Paradise,Oakland Raiders)

Shelly Martinez(TNA,ECW,Natural Born Filmmaker (pre-production) ,  DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) – NonSeNse (post-production) -Vampire , The Two Girls  , Speed Dragon ,  Extreme Championship Comedy Takeover (Video) ,  Smashing Pumpkins: Owata (A Short Film) (Short) , Sprinkles: The Mighty Mermen from Mars (Video short) , The Rotation (Video short) , The Scream (Video) ,  Porn Shoot Massacre (Video) ,  Silent Night Bloody Night (Short) , Secretos )

Stacy Karter(WWE,WWF)

Rosita(TNA,(Hope Bridge (post-production) ,  Devil’s Door (pre-production) ,  Army of the Damned , I Self Storage ,  Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear ,  Dorothy and the Witches of Oz ,  Sacrifice ,  Lockdown)

Al Snow(WWE,(Piranha Sharks (filming),  Lake Eerie (post-production),  Fat Chance (post-production) ,  Alice D. (completed), Terror at Crimson Creek (pre-production),  The Genesis of Lincoln, With You Around (Short),  The Penny Dreadful Picture Show,  Legend of the Red Reaper,  Mountain Mafia , II Money Shot,  Dorothy and the Witches of Oz,  Cry for Blood,  Miss December,  Wonderland, The Witches of Oz (TV Mini-Series), /III Overtime, Swordbearer (Short), Bloodstained Memoirs (Video), /I The Legacy ,  Rose Colored Miles , Hell House, The Still Life, They’re Just My Friends,  Keeping Up with the Jonesers (Short) , Rudy ,  Terror House (filming),  Crimson Saints (announced)


The Headbangers(WWE,WWF,Box of Moonlight)

Nasty Boys(WWE,WWF,TNA,Man VS. Food,Hogan Knows Best,Brook Knows Best)

Scott Norton

Jennifer England(WWE Diva Search,Dodgeball a True Underdog story,Transformers,Smokin Aces,G-Force,Fast and Furious,Guess model,Miss Hawaii Tropic International,Miss Venus Swimsuit International,Poormans Bikini Beach,Price is Right)

Paul London(WWE,WWF,ROH)

Brian Kendricks

Jackia Haas (WWE,TNA,Tough Enough)

Daffney-shark girl(WCW,TNA,WWE,Santa Claus: The Movie, I Surrender All )

Karen Jarrett(TNA,WWF)

Austin Ares- Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he’s a five-time X Division Champion (his first reign lasting a record 301 days), one-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and one-time World Tag Team Champion, making him the fifth TNA Triple Crown Champion. He is also known for performing in Ring of Honor, where he became the first two-time ROH World Champion.Aries captured the ROH World Championship at Final Battle 2004 on December 26, 2004, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by defeating the longest reigning ROH World Champion Samoa Joe.[On June 16, 2005, Ring of Honor named Aries the new head trainer at the ROH wrestling school, replacing the former head trainer, CM Punk, who had agreed to a contract with World Wrestling EntertainmentOn December 17 in Edison, New Jersey at Final Battle 2005, Aries teamed with Strong to defeat Sal Rinauro and Tony Mamaluke for the ROH World Tag Team Championship.On June 13, 2009, at Manhattan Mayhem III, Aries won a
three-way elimination match against the ROH World Champion Jerry Lynn and Tyler Black, to become the first and only person to have held the ROH World Championship on more than one occasion to date.[

Dana Adiva–(MTV-True Life-Im Too Beautiful)

Amber O-neal (TNA)



Colt Cabana



Kevin Steen

Chris Hiro

Leapin Lanny Poffo(WWE,WCW,Curse of the Wolf)

Chris Masters

Jonny Fairplay(TNA,Survivor,Ghost Trek: Goomba Body Snatchers Mortuary Lockdown, Ghost Trek: The Kinsey Report,)

Axel Rotten(ECW,WWF)

Fifi the Maid

Gene Snitsky-(WWF,ECW, Bikini Girls Vs the Surf Wolf, Dark Shield)

Luke Gallows(WWE,ECW,Thr33 Days Dead)

Mike Bennett(WWE,ROH)

Kharma/Awesome Kong(WWE,TNA)

Matt Striker(WWE,ECW), Green Street 3: Never Back Down,Tezz , Vengeance  , Big Fat Gypsy Gangster ,
1988  The Child Saver  ,  Wise Guys ,   Star Trek Equinox: The Night of Time (TV Movie) (pre-production)

Andrew Anderson-(The Wrestler, Creepy Tales Girls Night Out)

Michael Tarver-(WWE,WWE NXT)

William Brimstone Kucmierowaki-(WWE, Hound Comics)


Melisa Coates(WWE,Extreme Dodgeball,Ms.Olympia)

Ivelisse Velez-Sofia Cortez –(TNA,WWE Tough Enough,WWE NXT)

Johnny Diamond

The Fantastics-Bobby Fulton,Tommy-(WWF)

Jimi Mayham-Shonuff-(The Last Dragon-will wrestle Taimak)

Mathew Girdwain-(Stone Cold E.T.,comedian)

Midget Wrestlers-

The Bronx Thug

Giovani Rosselli-Romeo-Indy Wrestler and Stunt Man

About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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