EAST BAY COMIC-CON Comic Book and Fantasy shows  
February 4th, 2024
CONCORD PLAZA INN (Formerly Crowne Plaza Inn)
45 John Glenn Dr, Concord, CA

Sun. 10:00am TO 5:00pm

Admission is Only $10.00.
(Children under 12 years are Free)


PARKING IS FREE, If the lot is full, there is plenty of parking across the street at the old Wells Fargo Building.

Come join the fun and excitement of the Contra Costa County's Biggest and Best 1 Day Comic Book, Toy and Fantasy Convention.

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ROCK And ROLL Hall Of Fame Drummer
Original Member Of 'The GO-GO'S


Schock's career began as drummer for Edie and the Eggs, a band assembled to feature the John Waters star Edith Massey. After her stint in Edie and the Eggs, Schock relocated to Los Angeles, California. Soon after, in 1979, she joined The Go-Go's, replacing Elissa Bello as the band's drummer. Schock recorded and toured steadily with The Go-Go's until the group disbanded in 1985 and reformed a few years later. She had open-heart surgery before the tour supporting the band's 1984 album Talk Show. The Go-Go's announced their breakup in 1985, but played reunion gigs in 1990 and 1994.

In 1985, Schock was occasionally seen on television appearances as the drummer of the Norwegian band a-ha. However, this was just for promo on television, as she was never part of the official band. In 1987, Schock and Vance DeGeneres formed the band House of Schock. In 1997, she joined Dominique Davalos and Kathy Valentine's band The Delphines.

Schock co-wrote, with Ted Bruner and Trey Vittetoe, the title track of Miley Cyrus' 2008 album, Breakout. The song was previously recorded by Katy Perry. She also co-wrote "Naturally", recorded in 2009 by Selena Gomez.

Schock's book, Made in Hollywood: All Access With the Go-Go's, was published in 2021. The book consists of her photos of the Go-Go's and Schock's own writing. It also features writing from Jodie Foster, Paul Reubens, Martha Quinn, Kate Pierson, Dave Stewart, and members of the band, including a foreword from Kathy Valentine.

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Daniel Logan is a New Zealand-born American actor. Logan is best known for his portrayal of Boba Fett from the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, for which he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film (Supporting Actor) at the age of 15. Logan also voiced Fett in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Daniel Logan broke into acting when his amateur rugby union team was scouted for a TV commercial, where he was chosen to play the role of a small child who gets knocked into the mud by Auckland rugby star Michael Jones. Picked up by a casting agent, he began to do more commercials and TV appearances, including a recurring role in episodes of the New Zealand-based medical series Shortland Street and a guest appearance in the international series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.

Logan is best known for his role as the young Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones when he was 15. He reprised his role in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and appeared through archive footage in The Book of Boba Fett.

Logan is of Māori descent. In 2017, Logan was granted American citizenship. He now lives in Tustin, California.

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Due to Family Obligations, Joyce will not be able to attend the show.

Arthur Adams, a self-taught artist, became a fan favorite when, at the age of 19, he left his job making pizzas for the masses to pencil the critically-acclaimed Longshot limited series, written by Ann Nocenti and published in 1985 by Marvel Comics. He has been in high demand as an artist since.
Adams' highly distinctive and detailed artwork gained him considerable popularity amongst fans and editors, if not his inkers, and he's enjoyed being a cover artist, and the artist and sometime writer for miniseries, specials, and annuals. These days, in order to spare inkers the pain, his work is largely shot directly from pencils or inked by himself, with some exceptions.
In his career, Arthur has worked on many titles, Batman, Superman, Spiderman, X men, Godzilla, Vampirella, Rocketeer, the Authority, Danger Girl, Excalibur, and the Hulk, to name a few. He also launched his creator owned, written, and drawn series Monkeyman and O'Brian in 1993 with Dark Horse Comics "Legend" imprint. He also had a ten-issue run on an anthology series featuring the character Jonnie Future. The eight page Jonnie Future stories appeared in Tom Strong's Terrific Tales (2002–2004). More recently, Arthur has been working on Ultimate X for Marvel Comics with writer Jeph Loeb, and issue one launched in 2010.
Adams has provided cover images for issues of the Justice League of America, Appleseed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Green Lantern, Hulk, Avengers, X Men, Red Sonja, Superman, Batman, and Vampirella, among other titles. In addition to his work in comic books, he has also produced popular commercial art, such as numerous illustrations for trading cards, posters, shirts, and various other comics-related merchandise. Outside the field of comics, he has also provided illustrations for various magazines, movies, video games, and worked in toy design, packaging art, and even a series of X-Men-themed Campbell Soup cans.
Arthur lives in Northern California in the woods somewhere, like his hero, Bigfoot. When told he should have a "Web" site he went outside and tried to spin his own web. It was funny and sad all at once. We got him back inside and gave him his medicine.


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In the comic book field Mark is known for MIAMI MICE, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES and the graphic novel series COBALT 60. He has a strip running in issues 300-302 of HEAVY METAL MAGAZINE. He also designed a GARBAGE PAIL KIDS card as well as a special edition baseball card for TOPPS/Project 70. His latest project is a line of Bode gear that will be out this summer from the DeKryptic brand.


Steve Leialoha has been an artist for Marvel, DC and others since the 70's on: Vertigo's Fables, Petrefax, Warlock, Howard the Duck, Spider-Woman, the New Mutants, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and the original Star Wars comics adaptation as well as issues of Dr Strange, the Justice League, Iron Man, the X-Men, the Hulk, She-Hulk, Spider-Man, and Star Trek! And inked various issues of: Daredevil, GI Joe, Superman, Batman, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Ms Marvel, the Avengers, Power Man/ Iron-Fist, Secret Wars II, and the Fantastic Four!


Chris Marrinan started out in commercial illustration churning out product art for dish soap and restaurant menus, but the lure to draw comics was powerful. He sent samples to Eclipse Comics and the rest is history. Before long Chris landed the plum job at DC Comics as penciler on Wonder Woman! This was followed by a move to Marvel Comics, where Chris drew such icons as Dr. Strange, Captain America, Nova, and Spider-Man and Wolverine! Back at DC, Chris drew adventures of both Superman and Batman. Chris has also drawn for Dark Horse Comics, and at Image Comics, his own book, HeadHunters.

Chris continues to draw for Heroic Publications on titles like Psyche, Liberty Girl and Vanguard of Liberty. He is also at work on his Patreon page, showcasing new art and an upcoming comic series.


James Pascoe has been a freelance comics artist since 1990. His first big break came when he was asked to ink Prototype for the Malibu Ultraverse. From there, he worked for DC, Marvel, Dark Horse and Valiant, on books featuring Superman, Batman, Azrael, Punisher, X-Men, Titans, L.E.G.I.O.N., Thor, Gambit, Aliens and Magic: The Gathering. He has done inking, pencilling, coloring, writing and painting, and continues to do private commissions as well as art restoration for comic book and comic strip art.


Stanley hosted the show "Creature Features" which aired science fiction and horror movies late into Friday and Saturday nights from 1979 to 1984, succeeding Bob Wilkins, the show's original host who practically hand-picked him to take over hosting duties of the show upon his retirement. John has also written many books on Horror Movies and being a Horror host. He will be introducing his newest book at the 2022 East Bay Comic Con.


It's always Halloween on Creature Features. Vincent, Tangella, and Livingston bring the best and the worst horror and science fiction movies to you each and every week. Carried on over 50 television stations across the continental United States, Creature Features is also seen around the world on YouTube, Vimeo, Roku, FireTV, and AppleTV. The programme debuted in October of 2016 and has delivered brand new episodes each week since from the historic Poulter Mansion in Bodega Bay, California.


Jon Provost is a national treasure. The check shirt and jeans he wore for seven years as Timmy on Lassie hang in The Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker's chair. Lassie continues to air in more than 50 countries and Jon still receives letters and email from fans of all ages around the world.

Jon was already a seasoned professional when he won the role of Timmy at age seven. He was not even three when cast as Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden's son in "So Big". During his career as a child actor and teen heart throb, he worked with some of the biggest stars in Hollywood: Grace Kelly and Bing Crosby in "The Country Girl", Natalie Wood and Robert Redford in "This Property is Condemned", Rod Steiger and Anita Ekberg in "Back From Eternity", Clint Eastwood in "Escapade in Japan", Kurt Russell in "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" and on television with Kim Novak, Jack Benny, James Garner and even with that famous talking horse, Mr. Ed.

By the time Jon Provost was nineteen, he'd worked in film and television for sixteen years. With a strong desire to try something new, he headed for Northern California and college. The beauty of the wine country seduced him; and Jon never returned to L.A., preferring eventually to raise a family in Sonoma County.

Throughout his career, Jon has received many awards, among them, The Motion Picture Council's award for Outstanding Contribution as a Humanitarian for his dedication in helping the physically challenged, the Allen Ludden Humanitarian Award presented by Betty White and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Youth in Film Association. In 1994, Jon was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Jon returned to television as Timmy all grown up in "The New Lassie" with Dee Wallace in 1990; and received a Genesis Award for Outstanding Television in a Family Series for a story he penned for the show focusing on the inhumane treatment of research animals. Jon celebrated his 50th anniversary as Timmy with the release of his autobiography, TIMMY'S IN THE WELL. It is due to be re-released with an update early this year.

He's very excited about voicing a robot who is the faithful protector of the main character in the soon-to-be-released sci-fi film Colonials. "The producer called me because he wanted to recreate the relationship I had with Lassie," says Jon. "But this time, I'm Lassie!"

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Celebrated Hollywood author Laurie Jacobson is a reformed stand-up comic. She worked out in Harvey Lembeck's Comedy Improv Workshop for years with classmates Robin Williams, John Ritter and John Larroquette. While performing improv, Laurie immersed herself in the history of those who came before her. The stories she uncovered became the basis for her debut, archetype book, Hollywood Heartbreak, a 75-year history of Hollywood told through the lives and deaths of 31 people. Following its publication, Laurie emerged as a leading Hollywood historian.

Since then she has written and produced documentaries, television series and specials, including: The 20th Anniversary of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Museum of Television and Radio's Salute to Funny Women of Television, The Warner Bros. Studio Rededication Party, The Suzanne Somers Show, Photoplay and Hollywood Chronicles. For nine years, she served as head of development for legendary producer Jack Haley, Jr.

Her newest book, Top of the Mountain The Beatles at Shea Stadium 1965, captures the compelling story behind the biggest entertainment event the world had ever seen, Dozens of interviews and hundreds of never-before-seen photos add to this fascinating, surprising untold Beatle story.

Her other books include TV Dinners: 40 Classic TV Kid Stars Dish Up Favorite Recipes with a Side of Memories, Timmy's in the Well - The Jon Provost Story, Dishing Hollywood, Hollywood Haunted.

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Tom Wyrsch produced two award-winning documentary films "Remembering Playland at the Beach" (2010) and "Haunted Wine Country" (2017). He has produced numerous Bob Wilkins Creature Features DVDs and wrote three books. Currently, he directs the weekly Creature Features show, now in its 7th year, and released the brand new Bob Wilkins documentary film "Up Late with Bob Wilkins"


Lord Blood-Rah hosts the long running syndicated TV series "Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre" in which he presents the best, worst and wildest horror and science fiction films ever made. For over 10 years Lord Blood-Rah has presented live genre film shows throughout the Bay Area and across the country including "Chiller Diller Theatre," a monthly show presenting classic horror and sci-fi films every third Saturday night of the month at the Orinda Theatre, Orinda, Ca.

His latest ventures include "Lord Blood-Rah's Cathode Zone," a patreon exclusive weekly series presenting classic episodes of genre TV series available at patreon.com/lordbloodrah and "Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Auditorium," a radio series featuring old time radio episodes in a chilling new light. For more info please visit lordbloodrah.com.


Mike Hampton is a illustrator, colorist, and graphic designer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is known for publishing such indie comic book titles as Captain A-Hole, Hot Zombie Chicks, and Eagle Eye. Mike has been a sketch card artist for Topps and Upper Deck contributing to several titles such as Mars Attacks, Star Wars, Marvel Masterworks, and X-Men. His work has been featured in the De Young Museum in San Francisco, Dark Horse Comics, Burning Man, and has collaborated with bands such as Rebelution, Rebirth Brass Band, and the actor Michael Rapaport. Mike is also the graphic designer and artist behind the patches on the popular Bart Bridge trucker hats.


The Queen of Horror in the Bay Area, Miss Misery is the host of the nationally syndicated television show Miss Misery's Movie Massacre. Author of the popular children's book series Monsters and Halloween Night, she's also recently released Slasher Girl through Black Bed Sheet Books Publishing. Director of the movies Forgotten Tales, Doll Murder Spree, Monster of Golden Gate and Women in Horror Documentary. Wanna know more, check out http://www.lastdoorwayproductions.com


Dave Dwonch has been a comics writer and artist producing indie titles for over a decade. In 2010 he founded Action Lab Entertainment and as Creative Director for Action Lab helped produce several of their titles including the Eisner nominated series Princeless. He has penned several titles, most notably Vamplets (with Gayle “My Little Pony” Middleton), Cyrus Perkins and the Haunted Taxi Cab, CBR’s Top 100 series Double Jumpers, and the hit series, Infinite Seven. Projects included Prom of the Dead for Behemoth Comics, which he is wrote, and Burnouts for Image Comics, which he lettered. His latest series is JENNY ZERO co-written by Brockton McKinney and illustrated by Magenta King and colored by Megan Huang.


Adrian "Age" Scott is definition of Hiphop in comic books. He is the creator of the 1st hiphop comic book "Won & Phil, The HipHop Heroes" and the comic book "SUPERHOOD". He is also part of several podcasts such as UGLY SUNDAZE and Black Men Meet. He just debuted his horror stories, TALES OF HIPHOP HORROR. He currently works with youth in the school system and like Wutang Clan, he loves the kids.



Beck is known predominantly for his roles as Swan in the action film The Warriors (1979), Sonny Malone in Xanadu (1980), Lieutenant Commander Dallas in Megaforce (1982), and Koda in Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (1983). Both the Xanadu and Megaforce roles garnered him Razzie nominations, for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actor, respectively. Beck has appeared in other movies such as Warlords of the 21st Century (1982), Wes Craven's Chiller (1985), Gone to Texas (1986) as James Bowie, and Forest Warrior (1996).

Beck appeared as Hans Helms in the 1978 TV miniseries Holocaust, and starred with Michael Pare in the CBS police drama Houston Knights (1987-1988).He appeared in television shows such as JAG, Walker, Texas Ranger, In the Heat of the Night, as the Mars-born terrorist-turned-cyborg assassin Abel Horn in Babylon 5 (episode "Spider in the Web"), and as Mr. Jones in the spin-off series Crusade.

Beck has narrated numerous audiobooks of John Grisham's novels.He also narrated Confederates in the Attic by Tony Horwitz, A Darkness More Than Light by Michael Connelly, State of the Union by David Callahan, and the unabridged version of Bill Clinton's My Life.He also reprised his role as Swan in 2005, lending his voice to the popular video game adaptation of The Warriors.

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Due to Work Obligations, Dorsey will NOT be able to attend the show, he sends his Appologies and hopes everyone has a great day



David Harris, is an American television and film actor, most notable for his portrayal of Cochise, a young gang member, in the 1979 film The Warriors. He has appeared as a supporting actor in a number of films and television series, and commonly plays police officers and military personnel.

His first role came in the 1976 television film Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys, in which he co-starred as Haywood Patterson. He followed this up with a number of supporting roles until 1979, when he appeared as Cochise in The Warriors, the role for which he is best remembered. He also appeared in the Robert Redford film Brubaker the following year. Throughout the 1980s, he appeared in a number of fairly high-profile films, and in the 1990s, he did mostly television work. He lent his voice to The Warriors video game in 2005, reprising his role as Cochise. In 2012, he appeared in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Warden.

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Michos was born in Poughkeepsie, New York. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, appearing in Line, The New York City Street Show, and Grease. Michos is best known for playing the character Vermin in the cult film The Warriors (1979). His television acting credits were in Simon & Simon (1981) and McClain's Law (1982). Terence Michos later served as a news anchor for Cablevision in Wappinger, New York. Since 1997, he has taught public speaking courses in the New York Hudson Valley, and Marist College. He also served as the interim Senior Pastor at Peekskill Assembly of God in Peekskill, New York for nine years. He is now the Church Administrator of Faith Assembly of God Church in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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Brian Tyler was born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979), Vamp Bikers (2013) and Vamp Bikers Dos (2015).

Brian has retired from performing went on to be a Trooper with the NY State Police. He retired from the NYSP in 2004.

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Thomas Waites


When Waites was 21 years old, he was offered two movies simultaneously: Snowbound, directed by Robert Young, and Pity the Poor Soldier (the title has subsequently changed), directed by Bill Jersey. Despite the fact that he was offered twice the money for Snowbound, Waites chose Pity the Poor Soldier because it was in celebration of the centennial of the American Revolutionary War. Next Waites originated the role of Oliver Treefe in Simon Gray's world premiere of Molly, at the First Annual Spoleto Festival in Charleston, S.C. After this highly acclaimed performance he returned to NYC to be cast in the Joan Micklin Silver-produced On the Yard (1978), co-starring John Heard. Subsequently, he was offered a three-picture option deal with Paramount Pictures. After very strong critical notices Waites auditioned for and got a part in Walter Hill's The Warriors (1979) playing the character Fox. After disputes with the director, he was fired from this film.[3][4] Subsequently, when the studio asked him where he wanted his billing he told them to remove his name completely, a decision Waites regrets. He has since reconciled with Walter Hill. Three weeks after being fired from The Warriors Tom auditioned with Al Pacino, and was cast as Jeff McCullough in the Norman Jewison film ...And Justice for All (1979). This began a long relationship with Pacino. The two worked together again in Shakespeare's Richard III, with Waites playing Richmond, where he received strong notices again. After that, Waites originated the role of Mitchell in Alan Bowne's Forty-Deuce Off-Broadway at the Perry Street Theatre. In 1982, Waites competed with Matt Dillon and Kevin Bacon to land the role of Bobby in David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, American Buffalo. Kurt Russell and John Carpenter saw his performance and cast him as Windows in the film The Thing (1982). Waites was cast in the Broadway premiere of Trafford Tanzi, a musical where he sang with Deborah Harry of Blondie fame. Next was Pastorale, the Obie Award-winning play by Debra Eisenberg starring Judith Ivey and Christine Estabrook, playing the character of Steve.

It was during this time that Tom met his namesake and singer Tom Waits, who generously taught Tom the song "Jersey Girl" on the guitar. Out of deference to the musician Tom Waits, this is when Tom added the G. to his professional name to offset any confusion between the two talented artists. Tom Waits even played the bass drum on a demo tape of Thomas G. Waites' music. Tom G. Waites began writing music and formed a band called The Pushups, playing gigs around NYC in clubs such as CBGB's, Limelight, Traxs, The Bitter End and even opening for The Smithereens.

In 1983, Waits joined The Mirror Theater Ltd’s Mirror Repertory Company, performing in numerous repertory productions Off-Broadway at St. Peters Church throughout various seasons. His work with The Mirror included one of the highlights of Tom's career: working with Geraldine Page in Clifford Odets' Paradise Lost in the role of Kewpie, originated by Elia Kazan.

The reviews from this show and a recommendation by Al Pacino got Tom the part of Ralph in Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing! and Sing on Broadway with actress Frances McDormand and actor Harry Hamlin. Tom was then cast in the role of Broud in The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986) with Daryl Hannah and James Remar. Terrible critical notices and a cold reception from the public combined to make Clan of the Cave Bear a less than career-building move. It was at this point that he met his future wife, Lisa Greenberg, with whom he has two children: Samuel Jackson Waites and Michaela Kate Waites. Tom next played Otis Price the baby-stealer in ABC's All My Children for approximately 9 months, while performing Israel Horovitz's North Shore Fish at the WPA Theater in NYC alongside John Pankow, Christine Estabrook, Wendie Malick and Laura San Giacomo. Tom also made guest appearances in such popular television shows as Kojak (with Telly Savalas), Miami Vice and two episodes of The Equalizer. Tom played the role of Rob in Howard Korder's Search and Destroy on Broadway alongside Griffin Dunne. Tom appeared as Smittie in the film Light of Day (1987) opposite Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett, and was then cast as Al Capone, competing with actors like Harvey Keitel, for the film Gangland (1987) with Scott Glenn.

Waites moved to Iowa City, Iowa, to pursue a career as a playwright. While in Iowa, Tom wrote a play called Dark Laughter, based on the lives of William Faulkner and Dylan Thomas. The play was picked up by producer Barry Kemp, creator of the hit television series Coach. The play was moved to the Marin Theatre Center in Mill Valley, California.

Tom next relocated to Los Angeles where he started the theatre company, TomCats. This is where he began his directing career. After two guest star appearances on NYPD Blue and some minor roles in small independent films and television shows, including a guest star in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Mike Hammer, Private Eye with Stacy Keach and Sliders. At this time, Tom established himself as a top acting teacher. He opened the TGW Acting Studio in 2000 and his school continues to thrive today. He has coached such actors as Alfred Molina, Vinnie Pastore, Vinessa Shaw, Tim Guinee, Oliver Hudson and Jamie Harris. TGW Acting Studio was named the top school to study acting in New York City by Backstage in 2015. Tom directs and produces Off-Off-Broadway plays at his studio. Upon returning to New York, he directed the Off-Broadway hit Six Goumbas and a Wannabe, starring Annie McGovern and Kathrine Narducci. He also directed Golden Ladder (with Amy Redford) and numerous other Off and Off-Off-Broadway productions.

Since returning to New York City he has landed guest roles in Law & Order (four times), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (two times) and starred in the soap opera One Life to Live as Decker Denton. Waites played Henry Stanton in Oz for four seasons.

Tom directed Joe Mantegna and Frances Fisher in a short film, Pandora's Box, for which he won Best Director in the Atlantic City Film Festival.

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Joel is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979) as "Cropsey" the second in comand of the Rogue gang, Sea of Love (1989) and Congo (1995). He has done 77 films, 45 TV shows and 63 plays. He was also known for his gruesome blood curdling seriel killer role opn the hit series "Dexter".

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"The Orphans"

Apache Ramos was born on December 24, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for The Warriors (1979), The Ungovernable Force (2015) and The Genesis Project (2014). He has been married to Rae Chamblee-Ramos since October 12, 1984. They have one child.

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"The Lizzies"

Dee Dee Benrey is featured in Paramount's cult-classic, "The Warriors" directed by Walter Hill, as an original member of "The Lizzies." Mr. Hill also immortalized her family name in his Western, "Extreme Prejudice." She appeared in "The Muppets Take Manhattan," and was featured in numerous TV commercials. Dee Dee has promoted Yoga Wellness on television and radio. Additionally, she's done many celebrity interviews with icons such as William Shatner, the late Linda McCartney, and ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist and legend Lindsey Buckingham.

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Baseball Furies AND Punks

Rob Ryder is known for The Warriors (1979), White Men Can't Jump (1992) and Father of the Bride (1991).

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10:00 am to 5:00 pm
BOTH Exhibitor Room's OPEN!

12:00 - 1:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-

It's always Halloween at Creature Features. Vincent, Tangella, Livingston and Handrew bring the best and the worsthorror and science fiction movies to you each and every week. Creature features is seen around the world. Join the Creature Features gang for fun video clips plus Q&A. Tangella might even speak (Not)

1:00 - 2:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-
A Spotlight on GINA SCHOCK

Hear what it is like to be a member of the 1st All Female Rock N' Roll group... The GOGO'S. An Award Winning drummer and RockAndRoll Hall of Fame inductee.

2:00 - 3:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-

Join us for a talk with the cast of one of the Greatest Cult movie to come out of 1979! Hear their tales of bopping thru NYC in a fight to back to Coney Island.

3:30 - 4:30 *PANEL ROOMS 1-
Thats Right Fans.. Come dressed up as your favorite Comic Book, Fantasy, Game, Cartoon or Fiction Hero or Villian!
As always we encourage Cosplay and Costumes... but this year we are going to Have a Prize for the best ones.
We will have multiple Prizes for Multiple Catagories

Adult: Best Costume 1st Place
2nd Place & 3rd Place

Children: (15 & Under) 1st Place
2nd & 3rd Place

NO: Nudity or Heckling
Costumes can be home made and store bought
Extra points for creativity
Props can be used, Be respectful of others
Must registered the day of show. Sign up at the Registration.
Must be a paid attendee of the convention.
Children's category is for ages 15 and under.
Adult's category is for ages 16 and up.
Couples costumes or group costumes will be counted as one entry.

2023 Limited EditionT-Shirt


The First 250 PAID attendees will receive a Print done for the 2023 show.

And MORE to Come!

So keep checking this website for more details

There will be dealers from all over selling everything from Golden Age Comics, Original Comic Art, Posters, T-Shirts, Back Issue Comics, New Comics, Manga, Beanies, Pokemon and Lots More!

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