This driven actress based in Los Angeles spends her days running the top rated children’s entertainment company Princess and Me Parties and her evenings creating costumes. Her most recognizable cosplays include her grand prize winning Nuka Girl cosplay from Fallout 4, her classic Linda Carter Wonder Woman, and her Royal Princess Academy school girl Ariel. Be sure to check her out on the SyFy Channel in the zombie flick Disaster LA.More about Ali Williams
Lisa is a professional model, cosplayer, and prop maker residing from Southern California. She has been published in many magazines as well as being titled Playboy Miss Social May 2013. Along with modeling, Lisa has created many various cosplays including Armored Bowser, Dovahkiin, Zero Suit Samus, and much more. She enjoys making armor and weapons.Get your tickets!
D.J. Kirkbride co-wrote and co-created the acclaimed fantasy adventure series AMELIA COLE, which was published digitally by Monkeybrain Comics via ComiXology and is in print courtesy of IDW Publishing. He wrote the cosmic space opera THE BIGGER BANG and its sequel THE BIGGEST BANG, both from IDW. He also co-wrote the Dark Horse Comics superhero mini-series NEVER ENDING and the DARK HORSE PRESENTS feature “Laser Joan and the Rayguns.” In November 2017, Dark Horse Comics is set to release his latest creation with AMELIA COLE collaborators Adam P. Knave and Nick Brokenshire: THE ONCE AND FUTURE QUEEN, a 21st-century reimagining of Arthurian legend.
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Noel g AKA Hector from fast and furious 1 & 7, Training Day, Bruce Almighty, The Purge part 2, Lowriders, Walking Dead, and many more!!!
To keep up with Noel G follow his IG @actornoelg
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Whilce Portacio is known for his work on such titles as The Punisher, X-Factor, Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man, Wetworks and Spawn.
Portacio was also one of the seven co-founders of Image Comics.
Head of the company Nerds Like Us, Bernie is going to be our host for the cosplay contest!Register now
You’ve seen the work of Pop Culture Cartoonist PATRICK OWSLEY in comic books, on DVD/Blu-ray packaging, CD covers, t-shirts…everywhere! Patrick creates cartoon art for licensing, publishing, advertising, logo design, lettering, character design and more! Patrick Owsley’s clients include: Hanna-Barbera (The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo), The Simpsons (Bongo Comics), DreamWorks (Underdog, Tennessee Tuxedo and many other Total TeleVision characters, Mr. Magoo, Rankin/Bass’ Frosty the Snowman and Jackson 5, Felix the Cat, Rocky and Bullwinkle), Warner Bros. (Looney Tunes: Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck), Cartoon Network, Disney, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Archie Comics, Golden Books, Spumco, Funko, Applause, Miser Bros. Press, Peanuts Worldwide, Sesame Street, Nickelodeon, and many private art commissions!
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Dave Gibbons established himself in underground comics and fanzines in Britain before becoming a frequent contributor to the seminal 2000AD, illustrating HARLEM HEROES, DAN DARE and co-creating ROGUE TROOPER.
Since then, he has drawn and written for most comics publishers on both sides of the Atlantic. His work has encompassed DR WHO, SUPERMAN, BATMAN, GREEN LANTERN, CAPTAIN AMERICA, DR STRANGE, THE HULK, PREDATOR and ALIENS. With writer Frank Miller he co-created GIVE ME LIBERTY and MARTHA WASHINGTON GOES TO WAR.
WATCHMEN, his collaboration with writer Alan Moore, is the best-selling graphic novel ever published and became a major motion picture. His autobiographical graphic novel THE ORIGINALS won an Eisner Award in 2005. His recent work has included KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE, with Mark Millar.
He is a creative consultant for the MADEFIRE motion books app and an Advisory Board member for MAGIC LEAP technology.
He was appointed “Comics Laureate” in 2014, with the brief to develop the use of comics in education and, in 2015, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Dundee.
DAVE GIBBONS VIP PACKAGE
This VIP Package will benefit the Hero Initiative and is extremely limited, so be sure to buy yours today!
• 2-day admission to Long Beach Comic Con
• ORIGINAL Dave Gibbons Rorschach sketch on a Hero Initiative sketchcard (2.5-by-3.5 inch)
• Signed and numbered Dave Gibbons Whaaat? mini-print (8.5-by-11)
• Signed and numbered Dave Gibbons w00tstout print (11-by-14)
• VIP seating at Dave Gibbons panel
“One does not simply choose one cosplay,” at least, that’s what Boromir would say in regards to Zabracus (Whitney) and her obsession with cosplay (more like, determination to do ALL THE COSPLAYS). Zabracus is a level 25 nerd based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a voracious appetite for RPGs and all things geek. A cosplayer since 2013, Zabracus has done a variety of costumes from Vegeta to Snow White to Poison Ivy to [S]he-Man, and so many more! When she’s not hiding in her hobbit-hole with her welsh corgi, Smee, she is out exploring the world like a real-life Lara Croft.
She is a self-proclaimed film/tv critic, book enthusiast, foodie and wine-o. Not just a hero in cosplay, Zabracus volunteers much of her time in the “real world” as a member of Rotary International and local Causeplay groups. An entrepreneur at heart, Zabracus co-owns Super Sonic Speed Dating and Nerdvana Events, businesses meant to unite the geek kingdoms. You’ll find Zabracus wandering around at comic conventions, frolicking through the mountain flowers, on Cosplayforall.com, or even in the Matrix. Say hello, be friendly, and make sure you have a pokeball around when a wild Whitney appears!
Zabracus has made appearances at Salt Lake Comic Con, Colorado Cosmic Con, Salt Lake Gaming Con, and more. She has won best collaboration and judges choice awards at Anime Banzai and Denver Comic Con.More About Zabracus Cosplay
Nineteen-time nominee and two-time winner of the Will Eisner Comics Industry Award, Tony Harris began his professional career as an illustrator at the age of 19, self-publishing B.L.A.D.E. through his own imprint Buccaneer Publications.
Tony moved on to co-create books such as Starman, Ex Machina, and Obergeist with James Robinson, Brian K. Vaughan, and Dan Jolley (respectively), and illustrate fan favorite minis such as Doctor Strange: The Flight Of Bones, JSA: The Liberty File, and its Eisner Award-nominated sequel, JSA: The Unholy Three (all with Dan Jolley). 2015 saw Tony celebrating his 25th year as a professional illustrator, as well as the 20th and 10th anniversaries of Starman and Ex Machina. Last year, Tony reunited with Starman co-creator James Robinson on Marvel’s Star Wars Special: C-3PO, bringing them together for the first time in eighteen years! He is currently a prolific cover illustrator and working on the creator-owned Blood Blister with Phil Hester for AfterShock Comics.More About Tony