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Amber Brite is joining us at Long Beach Comic Con 17!

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Amber Brite is a professional prop maker from Arizona, specializing in recreating aliens and other creatures from all kinds of sci-fi/fantasy worlds. Her Star Wars headpieces are sold around the world, and will be on display at her booth for you to see up close!

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Norm Rapmund at LBCC17!

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The Flash, Booster Gold, Teen Titans, Ravagers, Nightwing, Batman/Superman

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Alkali Layke is coming to Long Beach Comic Con!!!

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Alkali or Ally as she’s known to her fans, got her start in Cosplay after appearing at a convention as a Special Effects Makeup artist. After that, it wasn’t her makeup skills making the headlines…it was her cosplay! Ally still does special effects for short films and commercials when she’s not jet-setting across the country to geekfests and comic conventions.
Ally considers herself an “equal opportunity geek” because she regularly geeks out on a multitude of fandoms.

Although she prides herself on her ‘90s Saturday cartoon knowledge, she’s also a HUGE Star Wars fan, loves X-Men (hint hint…take another look at her cosplay name), Game of ThronesBatman, and anything on the SyFy channel. Ally’s most popular cosplays include WonderFETT (a mashup of BobaFett and Wonder Woman), Harley Quinn, Dark Phoenix, SheRa Princess of Power, HarleyPOOL (another mashup), and many more! She is also the proud LadyBOSS of a company called Level40Two, a monthly Cosplay Fan Box.

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Will Ryan is coming to Long Beach Comic Con!

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Will Ryan is most notable for voicing the characters Footloose, Rock N’ Roll, and Mutt in G.I. Joe. Ryan has voiced popular characters in classic animated films such as Petrie in The Land Before Time, Digit in An American Tail, and Herald Seahorse in The Little Mermaid. Along with voicing Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh: A Day for Eeyore, he was the voice of Tigger, Rabbit, and the singing voice of Eeyore on the long-running Disney Channel’s “Welcome to Pooh Corner”, which aired twice a day for seventeen years. Will was also the voice of Peg-Leg Pete in Duck Tales and Mickey’s Christmas Carol. In Courage the Cowardly Dog, he voiced the villains Big Toe and the Duck Brothers. Some know him for his role as Grubby in the Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin. He played several personalities, including a herd of Ogres “Gad” and “Zook” in the first Disney animated television series ever broadcast, “Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears”. In addition, Will has voiced the Disney character Willie the Giant in numerous animated projects for over 30 years. Ryan’s legendary voice-over career has blessed him with iconic characters that are beloved by many fans, however, he is also well known for his work as an author and musician. Long Beach Comic Con and his official convention representation, CelebWorx, are proud to announce Will Ryan as a guest of Long Beach Comic Con 2017.

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Sandy King Carpenter is joining us this September!

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Sandy King is the Co-Creator and Editor at Storm King Comics, a division of Storm King Productions, Inc. of which she is president. A film and television producer with a background in art, photography and animation, Sandy’s filmmaking career has included working with John Cassavetes, Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Mann, Walter Hill, John Hughs and John Carpenter. She has produced films ranging from public service announcements on Hunger Awareness to a documentary on astronaut/teacher Christa McAuliffe, and major theatrical hits like John Carpenter’s Vampires. From working underwater with sharks in the Bahamas to converting 55 acres of New Mexican desert into the vast red planet of Mars, new challenges interest and excite her. The world of comic books is no exception. It allows her to bring her art and storytelling experience to a new discipline with an expanded group of collaborators. She is the co-creator and writer of the award-winning comic series, “John Carpenter’s Asylum” and the creator and editor of the on-going yearly anthology graphic novels, “John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight”–winners of multiple awards for being best horror anthologies and best graphic novels of 2015 and 2016. She is the editor of the upcoming Storm King Comic series, “John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction”, starting this July. She is married to the director, John Carpenter and lives in Hollywood, California.

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Dean Haspiel this September at LBCC!

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Emmy award winner and Eisner Award nominee Dean Haspiel created Billy Dogma, The Red Hook, illustrated for HBO’s “Bored To Death,” was a Master Artist at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, is a Yaddo fellow, a playwright, helped pioneer personal webcomics, and is the co-founder of Hang Dai Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Dino has written, drawn and collaborated on many superhero comic books and literary graphic novels for Marvel, DC/Vertigo, Archie/etc., including American Splendor, The Fox, Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Deadpool, X-men, Batman, The Fantastic Four, Godzilla, and Mars Attacks. Check out his latest memoir, Beef With Tomato from Alternative Comics, and his new/free webcomic series, The Red Hook on LINE Webtoons.

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Stephanie Sandmeier is coming to LBCC17!

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Stephanie Sandmeier is a cosplayer and NerdBot Girl but is mostly known as the Veteran Model, Bodyguard for dolldelight, and mean girl on MyxTV’s The Doll Life from The Doll Life. More of a wallflower she has learned to take chances and shine a light on some issues including building confidence, the hardship behind shaming, and battling mental illnesses. She’s had many opportunities through cosplay and dolly fashion and even modeled as Mulan in the LA Weekly shoot The Princesses of Hollywood with Traci Hines and Star Foreman. Stephanie is excited to open the doors of geeky-inspired fashion in this year’s Long Beach Comic Con’s fashion show with a variety of amazing & confident designers!

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Rikki Simons at Long Beach Comic Con!

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Voice Actor, Writer, Artist. Voice of GIR on Invader Zim. Comics Work: ShutterBox, I Feel Sick, Robotech: Clone.

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Tom Hodges is joining us this September!

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While best known over the years from his work in the STAR WARS Universe (The Clone Wars web comic), Tom has worked on The Simpsons for Bongo Comics, a Graphic Novel for the band RUSH (2112) and various other projects/Licenses (Lord of the Rings, Transformers, HALO, etc). Currently he is concentrating on ANTIIS COMICS, a creator owned endeavor with his wife, Terri. If you would like to get on Tom’s PRE-CON SKETCH LIST for pick up at the show, email him directly: hodgesart@me.com. Tom will be attending all weekend.

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Neil Ross is coming to LBCC!

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Neil Ross broke into voice-over in the early 1980s in Los Angeles. In G.I. Joe, Neil’s characters Shipwreck, Buzzer, Monkeywrench, Dusty, and Thunder were beloved by audiences. Over his long career, he voiced numerous characters in many classic animated television shows. In the original Transformers, Ross was Springer, Hook, Slag, and Bonecrusher. He voiced the roles of Keith and Pidge in the beloved classic Voltron: Defender of the Universe. Ross voiced iconic villains Green Goblin and Dr. Doom in 90s animated classics Spider-Man and Fantastic Four. Neil has done voices on numerous successful video games such as Metal Gear Solid, Command & Conquer, Call of Duty, and Doom 3. However, the video game role he is most known for is Codex in Mass Effect 1, 2, & 3. Other roles include Nightcrawler in the Pryde of X-Men, Clyde in Pac-Man, Honest John in American Tail, Han Solo in Star Wars: Rebellion/Roque Squadron, and Cyclops/Wolverine in Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends. Mad Event Management and his official convention representation, CelebWorx, are proud to announce Neil Ross as a guest of Long Beach Comic Con 2017.

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