Pensacola Comic Con™, Pensacola Comic -Con™, Pensacola Comic Convention™, & Pensacola Para Con Comic Convention :August 20 & 21, 2016 at Pensacola Interstate Fair Grounds

Pensacola Comic Con Multi genre con: Sci-Fi, Fantasy,Science, Horror Movies, Comics, Toys, Video Gaming, Games, TV, Films, Anime, Pop Culture, Manga, Horror, Wrestling, MMA, Original Art, Paranormal, Collectibles & 2015, 2016, 2017

Pensacola Comic Convention

August 20 & 21, 2016

Fun for all Ages!

New Location!!


  Join us August 20 and 21, 2016 (10-6)
Pensacola Interstate Fair
(Expo Hall & Conference Hall) 
6655 Mobile Hwy 
Pensacola Florida 32526

Cash Prizes Costume Contest at 2:00 Pm Sat 20 & Sun 21, 2016







 2016 Guests
Community Hero  Partners:
ECOH is a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on bridging community alliances on behalf of those facing homelessness in our community. Such alliances would not be possible without the determination of a handful of individuals, social service providers, volunteers, local government and the support of caring organizations like Para Con. Together, we are able to bridge limited resources with ever changing needs of our community, in a relentless effort to promote a holistic approach to ending homelessness that is centered on the consumer and collaboration with our partners.
Special Olympics Florida provides year-round sports training and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, at no cost to the athlete or their caregiver as a means to achieve physical fitness, self-esteem and the life skills necessary to be productive, respected and contributing members of their communities.
Arc Gateway serves more than 900 children and adults. Programs range from early intervention services, pediatric therapy and child care to retirement programs for senior citizens. Day programs include basic academic classes and work opportunities at Arc and throughout the community. Residential programs include six group homes in the community and support for individuals living in their own homes.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Florida Since opening our doors in 1984, our House has served more than 20,000 family members of children who traveled 10 to thousands of miles from their homes to receive medical treatment at one of Pensacola's medical facilities. 
 Florida Highway Patrol is a division of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and the law enforcement agency charged with ensuring the safety of the highways and roads of the state.
The Pensacola Police Department is committed to providing professional, efficient and courteous service to the public. Officers shall strive to improve the quality of life by enforcing laws in a fair and impartial manner while encouraging a spirit of cooperation and mutual trust with the public. Officers and support staff shall have respect for the dignity and rights of all people.

Gaming, Sports,  and more. ~ More TBA

On Sight Entertainment is the mobile video game truck and trailer that comes right to you! Our spacious, state of the art mobile video game truck features seven widescreen high – definition TVs, surround sound and a one- of- a-kind multiplayer gaming system. Up to 28 guests can game at the same time with room for 10 more friends on the second row of stadium seating. We have all of the latest game titles and Gaming Consoles from Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Wii and Wii U! Our game theater has stadium seating and includes a spacious “Action Station” with lots of room for dancing and sports games. Sit, back, relax and enjoy the party! Your On Sight Entertainment Game Coach and staff will make sure your guests enjoy an experience of a lifetime. Additionally, our satellite connections will facilitate your “Movie Night”, “Tail Gate” or “Watch Party” needs! No matter the weather our 32 foot climate-controlled trailer will accommodate in any season. Whether you’re looking for party ideas for kids, teens, young adults, adults, bachelor parties, corporate or church and school events, book with us now! You’ll be glad you did!

ElectRON Aracade- will provide arcade,  console gaming, retro gaming,  pinball machines, tournaments, competitions,  and prizes.

 West Wood Warp- will provide card games, board games, role playing games, miniatures games, tournaments and video games. Featuring X-Wing, Red Dragon Inn, 7 Settlers of Catan, **Warmachine 40k, Ghoulash, Pathfinder RPG, Full Thrust, 7 wonders, Magic the Gathering, YuGiOh, Pokémon, and more.

Aaron's is the leader in lease ownership and specialty retailing of all furniture, consumer electronics, appliances, computers and much more! 4510 MOBILE HWY in Pensacola, Florida (850) 456-4888

Knockerball Pensacola. Your source for the most fun you will ever have. Whether it is Knockerball™ Rentals, Leagues, parties, or team-building, we have you covered. Try “Knocker Soccer” or other exciting knocker games we have to get you rolling around.

 Combat Sport Pro brings innovation and excitement back to the independent wrestling scene in the Southeast. Where competition is decided through athleticism and skill, not through bodybuilding and artificial means. We offer fans the best cruiserweights in independent wrestling today on full display, with just that little extra that makes Combat Sport Pro ONE OF A KIND! Combat Pro will also have live matches at 1:00 & 4:00! Come by and meet all these Wrestling Legends!

 "Bullet" Bob Armstrong is an American professional wrestler and Hall of Famer. In the course of his career, which spanned five decades, Armstrong held numerous championships throughout the Southeastern United States. His four sons, Joseph, Robert, Steve and Brian, all became wrestlers, the elder three under "Armstrong" ringnames, and Brian as a "James".

Jerry Stubbs, Mr. Olympia is a retired professional wrestler. Stubbs wrestled  in Bill Watts's Mid-South wrestling area (Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas) and as the villainous Jerry "Mr. Perfect" Stubbs in Southeast/Continental wrestling promotions. In 1986, Stubbs won the area’s most prestigious title, the new Continental Championship. He traded the title back and forth with Brad Armstrong throughout much of the year leading to a hot feud with all of the Armstrong brothers during this time. During 1986, Stubbs lost a Mask vs Mask match with "The Bullet" Bob Armstrong. He also teamed regularly with Tony Anthony (later the Dirty White Boy). Together they defeated The Nightmares (Danny Davis and Ken Wayne) on February 23, 1987. They lost and regained the straps against Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden, members of the Stud Stable. Fuller and Golden turned heel again immediately following the title win, and Stubbs resumed his Mr. Olympia persona and feuded with Anthony. Also in 1986 and 1987, Stubbs spent time overseas wrestling for All Japan. There he again donned the mask as Mr. Olympia.[3] He teamed with the AWA's Brad Rheingans and they won a number of matches together. Another regular partner was Paul Diamond. Stubbs also wrestled occasionally under the name "A Sheik" during that time (not to be confused with The Sheik). Curt Hennig and Stubbs would meet in Japan where Stubbs explained the "Mr Perfect" gimmick to Hennig and gave his OK for Hennig using the gimmick in the WWF.

Robert Welch is a professional wrestler and manager better known by his ring names Robert Fuller and Col. Robert Parker. Robert and his brother Ron co-owned Continental Championship Wrestling for a time. Fuller started wrestling in 1970 in the Alabama and Tennessee regions. He often teamed with his cousin Jimmy Golden and they won many tag team titles. In the 1980s, he took his brother Ron's idea and made a stable called The Stud Stable. Among the members in the independent versions of this stable were Golden, Sid Vicious, Cactus Jack, Dutch Mantel, Gary Young, and Brian Lee.He spent some time in the American Wrestling Association with Golden in 1988, and they feuded with The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson). He also wrestled in the Texas area where he teamed with Jeff Jarrett.


Media, Sci Fi, Fandom, Pop Culture, and Fantasy ~ More Guests TBA

Cosplay, Inc is a group of cosplayers who bring their characters to life with their replica Mystery Machine van from Scooby Doo, Realistic Mechanical Dinosaur, and Jurassic Park tour vehicle. Guests get a fully immersive experience taking photos and meeting characters from the Jurassic Park series and the Scooby Doo gang! They even have souvenirs and art available! And if you feel like helping your local community, Cosplay, Inc always has space in the Mystery Machine to accept food and clothing for those in need and are donated after every convention!
Ciara Hanna got started in the entertainment world when she was at the young age of 8. She traveled around Southern California singing with a local singing group, which entertained at such places as Knott's Berry Farm, Royal Caribbean Cruise liner, and Universal Studios. She then pursued an acting/modeling career at 10. She starred in a few local plays before landing her first professional job doing a series of Commercials overseas for the United Kingdom. She also was very successful in modeling for such companies as Mattel, Robinsons May, California Halloween Costumes, Macy's and many others on a regular basis. She then wanted to devote her time to school and friends when she came into her teens. Then her Senior year of high school she tried out for the new shorty season cycle 13 of America's Next Top Model (2003). Out of 70,000 girls she made it into the top 16 girls. Being in front of the cameras again revived her love of entertaining. Since then she has done many television commercials, televisions guest-starring roles, music videos and films. She landed a role on the daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful (1987), in which she has a recurring role playing a new character named Summer. Ciara has a role in All American Christmas Carol (2013) starring Taryn Manning. Ciara plays Taryns Daughter Brandie. Ciara Hanna also most recently auditioned with over 2500+ actors to win the role of Gia the Yellow Power Ranger for their All New 20th Anniversary Season of Power Rangers Megaforce (2013). It was filmed in New Zealand aired on the Nickelodeon channel.

Johnny Yong Bosch got his start fighting giant bugs as Adam Park, the Black Ranger, Green Zeo and Green Turbo Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It is a role that he would play for three and a half seasons on television, two motion pictures and two special guest appearances in future Power Rangers seasons. After Power Rangers, Johnny became very involved in the world of voice over. His first major voice acting r...ole was Vash the Stampede in Trigun. He later went on to voice Kaneda in Akira, Renton in Eureka Seven, Albert in The Count of Monte Cristo, Kiba in Wolf's Rain, Itsuki in The Melancholy of Haurhi Suzumiya, Ichigo Kurosaki in Bleach, Lelouch Lamperouge in Code Geass, Izaya in Durarara and Yukio in Blue Exorcist, Sasori in Naruto, Guren in Tenkai Knights, Nobita in Doraemon, Artemis in Sailor Moon, Nagate in the Netflix Original "Knights of Sidonia”, Nate in Yokai Watch and many more. Johnny’s voice can also be heard in numerous video games. Providing voices for Nero in Devil May Cry 4, Kuhn in .hack//G.U., Adachi/Narukami in Persona 4, Almaz in Disgaea 3, Emil in Tales of Symphonia, Guy in Tales of the Abyss, Firion in Final Fantasy Dissidia, Bumblebee in Transformers: War for Cybertron, Yang in Street Fighter IV, Zero in Marvel VS Capcom 3. Yukimura in Sengoku Basara, Torian Cadera in Star Wars The Old Republic and Kung Jin in Mortal Kombat X. Johnny's also the frontman for the band Eyeshine. Winners of Ford Motor Company's world wide band search and produced by Grammy Award winning producer Don Was (Rolling Stones, Elton John, John Mayer...etc.). They've played Warped Tour and Ernie Ball's Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival as well as having their music chosen for promotional use in the Call Of Duty Endowment project. Eyeshine is also known for recording the song "Love Psalm" with Mary Elizabeth and Akira Yamaoka for the game Silent Hill: Book of Memories.

Corbin Bernsen is an American actor best known for his starring role as attorney Arnold Becker on the legal drama television series L.A. Law, from 1986-1994. He also starred as Henry Spencer in the television dramedy series Psych, from 2006-2014.The eldest of three children, Bernsen was born in North Hollywood to a producer father and actress mother. He earned his Master’s in Playwriting from UCLA’s Theatre Arts Department, later receiving a Drama-Logue Award for his scenic design of the Pilot Theatre production of Amercian Buffalo. After moving to New York and appearing in the off-Broadway production of Lone Star and a touring company of Plaza Suite, he became a regular for two years on the daytime drama Ryan’s Hope.Roles in Blake Edwards’ S.O.B., King Kong and Eat My Dust, in addition to guest starring credits on a number of episodic mainstays, prompted an exclusive deal with NBC, which led to his role as Arnie Becker, the shrewd and handsome divorce attorney on L.A. Law.L.A. Law catapulted Bernsen to overnight stardom. During the late 80s and early 90s he appeared on over 50 magazine covers and earned both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, hosted Saturday Night Live, and appeared on Seinfeld and The Larry Sanders Show. In the feature film arena, he starred in the motion picture comedy Hello Again, followed by other critically acclaimed roles in Disorganized Crime, Wolfgang Peterson’s Shattered, and as Cleveland Indians third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular Major League series of films. Other film credits include Tales From the Hood, The Dentist and Great White Hype.Bernsen has also starred in an impressive string of films for television, ranging from playing the role of civil rights lawyer Morris Dees in the NBC telefilm Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story, to a gumshoe ghost in the lighthearted NBC mystery romance Love Can Be Murder with Jaclyn Smith. Other telefilm roles include Full Circle, Riddler’s Moon, The Dentist, The Dentist II, Two of Hearts and USA Network’s Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss.Bernsen also appeared with Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer in the film Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. He makes his home in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Amanda Pays, and their four sons.

  Dennis Rodman is one of the greatest rebounders ever to play professional basketball. Dennis is an American retired professional basketball player, who played for the Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and Dallas Mavericks in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was nicknamed "The Worm" and was known for his fierce defensive and rebounding abilities. Rodman played at the small forward position in his early years before becoming a power forward. He earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors seven times and won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award twice. He also led the NBA in rebounds per game for a record seven consecutive years and won five NBA championships. His biography at states that he is "arguably the best rebounding forward in NBA history". On April 1, 2011, the Pistons retired Rodman's No. 10 jersey,and he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame later that year. Rodman experienced an unhappy childhood and was shy and introverted in his early years. After aborting a suicide attempt in 1993, he reinvented himself as a "bad boy" and became notorious for numerous controversial antics. He repeatedly dyed his hair in artificial colors, had many piercings and tattoos, and regularly disrupted games by clashing with opposing players and officials. He famously wore a wedding dress to promote his 1996 autobiography Bad As I Wanna Be. Rodman pursued a high-profile affair with singer Madonna and was briefly married to actress Carmen Electra. Rodman also attracted international attention for his visits to North Korea and his subsequent befriending of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in 2013. Apart from basketball, Rodman is a retired part-time professional wrestler and actor. He was a member of the nWo and fought alongside Hulk Hogan at two Bash at the Beach events. He had his own TV show The Rodman World Tour, and had lead roles in the action films Double Team (1997) and Simon Sez (1999). Both films were critically panned, with the former earning Rodman a triple Razzie Award. He appeared in several reality TV series and was the winner of the $222,000 main prize of the 2004 edition of Celebrity Mole. Rodman won the first ever Celebrity Championship Wrestling tournament.

With over 30 films and 200 hours of television experience, versatility, discipline and a solid work ethic have been the underpinnings of Adrian Paul 's very successful 30-year acting career. Internationally recognized for his role as Duncan Macleod, in Highlander-The Series", Adrian has also produced and directed both film and television projects. Born and raised in London, England, Adrian arrived in the United States in 1984, working as a choreographer and a model. After a year of taking acting classes with acting coaches, Ivana Chubbuck and Roy London, his first series role came on the ABC television show, The Colbys. This led to a role in the Broadway play, "Bouncers", in 1987, a guest role on the television show, Beauty and the Beast (1987) and his first film role in the film Last Rites (1988), with Tom Berenger. After a starring role in Roger Corman's," Masque of the Red Death "(1989),he became a series regular in the second season of the television series "War of the Worlds"(1988), followed by four episode arc on the MGM, "Dark Shadows" series. Fast becoming known for his solid work ethic, CBS cast him as the lead in the television pilot, "The Owl" (1990). Although the series wasn't picked up, Adrian didn't stop working, guest starring on Angela Lansbury's "Murder She Wrote", and co starring opposite the up-and-coming Sandra Bullock in, "Love Potion Number 9". But it would be his next role that would bring him international recognition...that of "Duncan MacLeod" in the syndicated series, Highlander (1991-1997). During the 6 year run, Adrian directed four of the series' episodes, including the epic 100th episode, shot in Bordeaux France. Three of these episodes were voted in the top ten best of series for the 119 episode run. Although he was in demand when the series ended in 1997, Paul wanted to go back to his acting roots. After studying with renowned acting coach Larry Moss, he worked on John Landis' romantic comedy, "Susan's Plan", the action thriller, "Dead Men Can't Dance", and helped found Actors in Process, a theater group, where actors could meet weekly to showcase current work and receive positive critique from their peers. After two years, a production of an original play, "Things Just Change", was showcased at the Odyssey theater in Los Angeles, with Paul in the lead role. The success of the Highlander series however, was still current, leading Paul to be offered to star opposite Christopher Lambert in "Highlander : Endgame"(2000), to take over the franchise's lead position. Other films followed, including the now cult classic "The Breed" (2001), shot in Budapest, Hungary where Adrian met his future wife, Alexandra. In 2001, Lionsgate signed Adrian to a 3 picture deal, as well as to star in and executive produce the Sci Fi action thriller, "Tracker" (created by Gil Grant) for Lionsgate Television. With the advent of so many new media outlets however, the syndicated series was not renewed for a second season. Adrian continued to work on films such as "Nemesis Game" (Lionsgate) and "Tides of War", along with the Spelling Television and Paramount Pictures' hit TV series, "Charmed". This was the first time in thirteen years that Adrian had actually filmed again on US soil. In 2006 the Highlander Franchise was back again, this time filming in Lithuania, with Adrian starring in and Executive Producing, what would become his last sortie as Duncan Macleod, in "Highlander :The Source". After that came, "The Legend of Roanoke"(2007) and the Sci Fi Action Comedy "The Immortal Voyages of Captain Drake"(2009), a film in which Paul choreographed all the fight scenes. Always looking for interesting roles, Adrian found himself in Hungary and Tunisia, filming the Seven Arts production, "Nine Miles Down"(2009), that he now considers one of his most emotionally challenging roles. Next, he was off to London, in an out of character role, as a Conservative member of Parliament in the thriller, "The Heavy "(2010), with Gary Stretch, Stephen Rea and Christopher Lee. Also in 2010, Adrian co-founded his first production company Filmblips Inc. Since 2010, while working as an actor on several other films and TV movies, Adrian also wrote three screenplays, developed financial and artistic presentation packages for film and television, along with spearheading his charity, The Peace Fund, that he founded in 1997. Peace stands for Protect. Educate. Aid. Children. Everywhere. Over the past 17 years, Adrian has overseen the work of the fund in countries such as Romania, Bellarus, Niger, Hungary, Haiti, Cambodia, Thailand and the United States. In 2012, Adrian launched Peace Fund Radio that he co hosts with Ethan Dettanmaeir, with an estimated audience of between 1.8 and 2 million listeners a month. The innovative radio show, has been host to many celebrities with causes of their own and is the catalyst behind the Peace Fund's partnership and donation to bring computers into LAUSD schools. Through the radio shows influence the fund has also partnered with Kimberly Moore's," Adopt a Letter" program to fulfill children's wishes at Christmas, brought books for libraries and lights for homes in El Salvador, along with connecting like minded charities to fulfill their initiatives. In 2015, Adrian helped launch his second production company, Radical Road, aimed at lower budget films, some of which Adrian is set to direct and act in. In 2016 Adrian has two movies, "The Secret of Emily Blair" and "Stormageddon", releasing and he is getting ready to direct his first feature, "Chemical Influence", a screenplay he wrote from an original script. Adrian also launched, "The Sword Experience" in 2016. Half day seminars of sword training, that include stage and real life combat and safety tips aimed at individuals, corporations, film, stage, re-enactment societies, martial artists and role playing groups. He is still married to Alexandra and they have two children together, Angelisa and Royce.

William  Katt is an American film and television actor, voice artist and musician best known as the star of the television series The Greatest American Hero. He first became known for playing Tommy Ross, the ill-fated prom date of Carrie White in the film version of Carrie and subsequently starred in films such as First Love, Big Wednesday and Butch and Sundance: The Early Days. He starred in nine Perry Mason television films alongside his mother Barbara Hale, who reprised her role as Della Street from the television series Perry Mason.

Dave Fennoy is one of the most sought after voice actors in Los Angeles. He is known for his versatility, providing voices for commercials, narrations, TV promos, award shows, animation and games. Gamers are enjoying his work as Lee Everett, the lead character on The Walking Dead game, which has garnered more than 80 “game of the year” awards, and earned him nominations for best game character performance from the VGA’...s, Machinima, Dice, and British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, with wins from the Machinima and Dice awards. Dave has also played a variety of creatures, characters, warriors, wizards, and weirdos on more than 60 games including some of gaming’s biggest titles like Worlds of Warcraft, Worlds of Starcraft, Metal Gear, DOTA, Transformers, Ultimate Spiderman, Delta Force, The Curse Of Monkey Island, and Laura Croft Tomb Raider.  He has been a regular in numerous cartoon series including Star Wars The Clone Wars, Archer, The Lebrons, Kim Possible, Ben 10, Darkwing Duck, New Kids On The Block, Pro Stars, Johnny Quest and Sonic The Hedgehog. The nearly 40 million daily viewers of Hulu have dubbed him “The Hulu Guy”, the omnipresent voice heard before programs. His promo resume includes CBS, ABC, CNN, The WB, Fox, Showtime, Starz, ESPN, MLB Network, The Disney Channel and TV One. Commercial voice credits include Sears, Lexus, McDonalds, Corona Beer, KFC, Toyota, Chrysler, ATT, Louisiana Sea Food, Time Life Music R&B/Gospel, and Southern Company. Narration credits include programs for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Science Channel and his voice is currently sharing many secrets of the seas on Animal Planets “WILD DEEP”. Film voice credits include “The Campaign”, "Ghost Rider", "Happy Feet" and "Kings Ransom". Dave has also been the in show announcer for several TV and Award shows, including Late Night with Gregg Kinnear, The Billboard Music Awards, The Teen Choice Awards, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, and this years National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on PBS where his voice introduced President Barack Obama, and for the 15 years was an institution as the in show announcer for The NAACP Image Awards. Mr. Fennoy is also a sought-after VO instructor, speaker at voice over events, and the subject of a chapter in the book "Secrets Of Voice Over Success" by Joan Baker.

Tim Russ was born in Washington, D.C., to Air Force officer Walt and his wife Josephine. He and his younger siblings Michael and Angela grew up on several military bases, including Niagara Falls, Elmendorf (Alaska) AFB, Omaha, Taiwan, Philippines and Turkey. During these moves around the world, he graduated from Izmir High School in Turkey, and received his diploma from Rome Free Academy in Rome, New York. Afterwards ...he attended Saint Edwards University and earned a B.S. in Theater Arts but continued his studies with a full scholarship to continue theater studies at Illinois State University. His first professional job came while he was at St. Edward's University in Austin, when he appeared in a PBS Masterpiece Theater production, but he started to pursue acting full time in 1985. During that time he's been on many TV shows and movies - including The Twilight Zone (1985), Amazing Stories (1985), Thirtysomething (1987), Jake and the Fatman (1987), 21 Jump Street (1987), Beauty and the Beast (1987), The People Next Door (1989), Mancuso, FBI (1989), Family Matters (1989), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990), Tequila and Bonetti (1992), SeaQuest 2032 (1993), Dark Justice (1991), Murphy Brown (1988), Monty (1994), Star Trek: Voyager (1995), Melrose Place (1992), Any Day Now (1998), The Highwayman (1987), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), among others. Along with his television experience he has also played in a variety of films, including Crossroads (1986), Fire with Fire (1986), Timestalkers (1987), Spaceballs (1987), Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987), Pulse (1988), Bird (1988), Roots: The Gift (1988), Eve of Destruction (1991), Dead Silence (1997), Night Eyes II (1991), Mr. Saturday Night (1992), Star Trek: Generations (1994), Dead Connection (1994), East of Hope Street (1998). During his comprehensive acting career he appeared in numerous theatrical productions including "Romeo & Juliet", "Barrabas", "Dream Girls", "As You Like It", "Twelfth Night", "Cave Dwellers" among others. When not acting, Russ finds time for music and film producing. Songs sung by Tim Russ are available on the CDs "Only a Dream in Rio", "Tim Russ", "Kushangaza" and "Brave New World". He lives in the area of Los Angeles where his whole family resides.

Larry Nemecek “Dr. Trek”— Author, Producer, Host, Actor, Columnist, Historian A native Oklahoman now living in SoCal, Larry Nemecek is a prominent Star Trek author, archivist, consultant, host, actor, voiceover artist and producer whose “Trekland” brand and blog betrays where most of his work and passion lie. Perhaps best known for the classic "Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion," Larry's two most recent hits include appearing twice as Dr. McCoy in the indie online re-creation hit Star Trek Continues, and his “Star Trek: Stellar Cartography” maps/book set from Amazon, a long-overdue entry in the beloved world of Star Trek backgrounding. He has just launched his pioneering Trek deep-dive fan experience, PORTAL 47, while his long-awaited documentary, "The Con of Wrath," is heading into the stretch. This year, serving as spokesman and outreach lead for the non-profit Enterprise in Space mission is also a great fit: Long before the scifi-inspired National Space Society project to orbit 100+ global student projects—and even years before Trek—Larry had been a “NASA kid,” growing up in a family that dropped everything to watch every space launch. The inevitability of a peaceful, curious and respectful future humanity growing outward from Earth’s NASA to the stars was a perfect link to the enlightened future format of Star Trek and thus brings Larry full-circle to the Enterprise In Space project. Meanwhile, "The Con of Wrath" is heading into its final year before post-production brings this true tale of the most glorious failure in Trek event history to light, featuring George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Harve Bennett, Wende Doohan (James’s widow), Starlog’s Kerry O’Quinn, Eric Stillwell, and many fans, dealers and the original show crew. He also leads the “LA2Vegas Trek Film Site Tour” next August for Geek Nation Tours, opened The Trekland Trunk on Facebook to sharing his rare archival Trek items, and next summer looks to release the fifth CD of remastered audio from years of his long-form taped interview archives, the “Trekland: On Speaker” series. Larry’s last-minute casting as McCoy, his favorite Trek character, is a return to acting roots that follows on a guest appearance in the LA Comedy Awards’ best web-series nominee, the Brit mockumentary “Divine White’s Introduction to Hollywood,” and several earlier guest appearances in the fan series Phase II, including the Tellarite Grolst in full professional prosthetics in “No-Win Scenario.” After two appearances as McCoy, Larry continues in his STC role as Creative Consultant—and a supporter of the love and passion behind all fan film projects. Meanwhile, his McCoy turned up once again full bore on an episode of the cult indie hit Red Shirt Diaries. A pop culture, history and Trek fan since school days, Larry garnered a journalism and theatre degree from East Central Oklahoma University and an MA in directing from the University of Kansas—even as he continued fan research into Trek, contributing early on while at ECU to the original “Star Trek Maps” from Bantam. It was his self-published annual concordances for The Next Generation, soon to be used by TNG writing staff, that led to the best-selling TNG Companion from Pocket Books in 1991, updated in 1995 and 2003, and the move to L.A. with his young family, where wife Janet worked five years with Star Trek: Voyager’s writing staff. There he served as managing editor for the official magazine Star Trek: Communicator from 1998 to 2005, and as art coordinator and writer for the original Star Trek Fact Files published worldwide and later seen as the high-end Star Trek Magazine in the U.S. One or more of his columns have run unbroken since 1998 in Titan’s UK-based Star Trek Magazine, now sold in the US, and he was the sole contributor to Japan’s "Star Trek—Best Episode DVD Collection" follow-on to the Fact Files. He and Janet also sold the story “Reflections” to Voyager in 1994 that finally became 2001’s “Prophecy.” All that also landed Larry such event gigs as writer of museum timeline and placards at Star Trek: The Experience in Las Vegas, the 1998 and 2007 World Tours, and the on-set Starfleet props advisor for "Borg Invasion 4-D" at The Experience. Not to mention speaking gigs at Trek and sci-fi conventions across the US, Canada and Europe and the 500-plus mostly long-form interviews with Trek’s designers, writers and crew that now make up those Trekland: On Speaker CDs. On camera, along with a cameo performance in the final episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, “These Are the Voyages,” you can also see and hear Larry in the Susan Oliver bio-doc "The Green Girl," "G4’s Proving Ground," Rod Roddenberry’s "Trek Nation," William Shatner’s "Get a Life!," Biography’s "The Captains of the Final Frontier," the latest "Star Trek VI" Bluray audio track, and the new TNG and Enterprise Blu-ray documentary sets. Not to mention dozens of interviews and “vidchats” of Trek fans and pros alike since 2008 in his “Switching to Visual” series at his own During a decade as a daily newspaper reporter and then wire/entertainment editor back home in Norman, Oklahoma, Larry shared two state Associated Press first-place news awards. And his local Trek cred is topped by his founding of ThunderCon, OKC’s all-media/Star Trek charity convention in the 1990s, after also running publicity for Oklahoma City’s original SoonerCon SF litcons. He is also as big a fan of Americana as he is of the future; you can also count him a big OU Sooners football fan, a keyboards buff and swing aficionado and a docent at the historic California State Park ranch for his home-state hero and American icon, Will Rogers.

Zach Galligan was raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where he attended The Collegiate School until his graduation in 1982. A year earlier, he had been asked to audition for the film Taps, and the experience landed him an agent. He made his debut in the MGM film Nothing Lasts Forever (1984) opposite Bill Murray, but the film was shelved and never given a full release. Zach’s second film, Gremlins (1984), did better, finishing as the third highest grossing film of the year. In 1985, he played the doomed teenager ‘Rick Brogan’ in Surviving, an acclaimed TV movie that featured Ellen Burstyn and Marsha Mason (as well as a young River Phoenix), and landed him on the cover of People magazine with co-star Molly Ringwald. The following year brought his Broadway debut, replacing Matthew Broderick in Neil Simon’s Tony winning play Biloxi Blues. Other credits include the inevitable Gremlins 2 (1990), Tales from the Crypt, Melrose Place, and Waxwork (1988). Finally, in 1996, after 14 years of aborted semesters, missed classes and multiple relocations, Zach graduated from Columbia University with a B.A. in History. As an actor, he has trained with the legendary Uta Hagen at HB Studios in Manhattan, and also in Los Angeles with Harry Mastrogeorge and Larry Moss, author of the book, The Intent To Live. In 2002, Zach returned to his theater roots with the comedy Doing Judy at the Alcazar Theater in San Francisco, and on screen has played a Brooklyn sleazoid on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a hack playwright in Let Them Chirp Awhile (2008), and a New Orleans sheriff in Hatchet 3. In between these projects, he has written three screenplays, Checkmate, Windmill Kids, and Apple Scruffs, the latter optioned by Mariposa Entertainment (actor Cary Elwes’ production company). He currently lives in Manhattan where he acts, writes, and teaches at Stonestreet Studios, a screen acting and directing conservatory affiliated with NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Michael 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 The 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.[citation needed] Beck also appeared in other movies such as Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (1980, as Clarence Carnes), Warlords of the 21st Century (1982), The Last Ninja (1983), The Golden Seal (1983, as an evil poacher), Wes Craven's Chiller (1985, as a cryonically suspended sociopath), Gone to Texas (1986, as Jim Bowie), Forest Warrior (1996, starring Chuck Norris), and Jungle Book: Lost Treasure (1998). He read for, but did not get, the role of Sir Lancelot in John Boorman's 1981 movie Excalibur. Beck appeared as Hans Helms in the 1978 TV miniseries Holocaust, and also starred in a short-lived television series, Houston Knights (1987), in the role of Sgt. Levon Lundy. More recently, Beck starred in television shows JAG, Robin's Hoods, Walker Texas Ranger (in the episodes Flashpoint and Second Chance), In the Heat of the Night, and as the Mars-born terrorist-turned-cyborg assassin Abel Horn in Babylon 5 episode "Spider in the Web", and as Mr. Jones in the spinoff series Crusade (episode "The Well of Forever"). Beck has narrated numerous audiobooks of John Grisham's novels. He has 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.

David Della Rocco is an American comedian and actor best known for his supporting role in the 1999 film The Boondock Saints. Della Rocco is a friend of The Boondock Saints writer and director Troy Duffy and his role was written specifically for him, playing a character also named David Della Rocco, bringing many of his real-life mannerisms and flair to the character, as well as the character's nickname, "The Funny Man". He played the part of a low-level mobster who helps his two friends, the MacManus brothers, in ridding Boston of criminals and evil. David Della Rocco returns as "Rocco" in the sequel The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day in a dream sequence guiding the MacManus brothers on their mission.He is a native of Norwich, Connecticut, and studied acting with Susan Peretz in Los Angeles and is also a member of The Actor's Studio.

Chuck Wagner was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and raised in Hartsville, Tennessee. He attended public school in Gallatin. While at Gallatin High School, he performed the leads in "My Fair Lady", "Carousel", and "Inherit the Wind" under GHS' drama teacher Juliet Doyle Guthrie. As a BFA student, he attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa under Edmond Williams and the University of Southern California in Los Angeles under John Houseman. His collegiate summers were spent in Manteo, North Carolina where he played John Borden in The Lost Colony, America's longest running outdoor drama.He is best known for his role in the short-lived science fiction 1983 TV series Automan as the title character.[1] He also starred on the soap opera General Hospital as Randall Thompson in 1981 and 1982. Chuck has made guest appearances on numerous TV shows, including The Dukes of Hazzard, Dynasty, Matlock, As the World Turns, and the Late Show with David Letterman.

Gary Schwartz started his career at age 13 as a mime in Schenectady, New York. He moved to Los Angeles where he studied acting, found his voice and ended up with a significant role in the cult-classic science fantasy film, Quest for Fire (1980) and then on TV in the children’s show Zoobilee Zoo (1985). He’s also entertained thousands of kids as part of the comedy team Schwartz & Chung with his partner Caleb Chung (inventor of the FURBY and Pleo the Dinosaur) Together they made up several segments for America’s Funniest People called “Cool Ways to Scare Your Mom”. He’s also lent his voice to hundreds of film and TV projects, including Star Trek, Batman Returns, The Nightmare Before Christmas and is currently the voice of several popular video game characters in Team Fortress 2, Left for Dead 2, Dota 2, Borderland, and Star Wars: The Old Republic. Most recently he’s merged his experience with the style and wit of his favorite authors growing up — Norton Juster (The Phantom Tollbooth) Roald Dahl (James and the Giant Peach) and L. Frank Baum (The Wizard of Oz) to write his debut novel THE KING OF AVERAGE.

Horror & Paranormal~ More Guests TBA

Alex Vincent first appeared as Andy Barclay in Child's Play (1988) when he was a six-year-old living with his family in New Jersey.
Two years later during the filming of Child's Play 2 (1990), the young actor endured long days and demanding action that would have tried the patience of many an older person. But Vincent persevered, winning the respect and affection of both cast and crew.In addition to his role of Andy, Vincent has appeared on television in commercials and daytime dramas and in the feature film, Wait Until Spring, Bandini (1989).

Eugene A. Clark brings a career in theatre, television and film that is fascinating and diverse. A veteran of more than 200 television productions and 15 feature films, he won a Gemini Award (Canadian Emmy) for Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series for his work on the hit TV series Night Heat. He starred as Mufasa in Disney’s The Lion King onstage in Toronto for two years, as Horse in The Charlottetown Festival’s p...roduction of The Full Monty in P.E.I., and starred as the lead zombie Big Daddy, in George A. Romero’s long awaited Land of the Dead. He has appeared in the films Trailer Park Boys - The Movie; Resurrecting the Champ, and the TV series The L. A. Complex; Space Riders - Division Earth; The Latest Buzz, Sue Thomas F B Eye, Wingin’ It and The Line. He was the 2nd lead in William Shatner’s made for television movie series TEKWAR. He received critical acclaim for his performance as a suicidal Vietnam veteran who lost his arm to Agent Orange in Unnatural Causes, the Emmy Award winning drama starring John Ritter and Alfred Woodard. Acting is just one of Clark’s creative outlets. Singing has long been a love in his life. From the days of singing as a child in his grandfather’s church, to singing the national anthem in uniform as a member of the Toronto Argonauts, singing has always been “like breath itself,” he says. Distressed by television coverage of Africa’s young famine victims, Clark wrote the lyrics, melody, and chorus to Letter from a Concerned Citizen Starvation in Africa. The Canadian Red Cross used the song for their national television and radio campaign to raise funds for their relief efforts in Africa. Of his three CDs he says, “They speak to the need for effective community and global co-operation, how through assisting each other in times of need we can accomplish anything. These songs motivate and encourage us to be our best, for there is greatness in all of us.” Eugene has also applied his synergistic approach to excellence to his passion for living the healthy lifestyle and being physically fit. Through out his career Eugene has been consistent in his dedication to fitness, as evidenced by his 12 years as an elite athlete including playing for the Toronto Argonaut Football Team in the CFL. Eugene continued his dedication to physical fitness by becoming an ACE Certified Personal Trainer.

Jeremy Palko is an American actor who portrays Andy in Season 6 of AMC's The Walking Dead. He was born in LaGrange, GA and moved to Puyallup, WA at a young age where he was raised with an older brother and a younger sister. He turned to acting in college after a knee surgery sidelined him from athletics. He went on to graduate from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA with a degree in Comparative Literature and minor in Drama where he also got his first taste of the stage. After graduation he was cast as an Entertainment host on the Disney Cruise Line where he performed for two years. He soon realized his true passion for acting and quickly moved back to land where he landed a role in "Never Back Down" as the bully/jock using his athletic background to take numerous violent hits in the scene. After joining the Screen Actors Guild in 2008, he quickly landed roles on "Guiding Light" as well as a National Commercial for "Coors Light Beer". Jeremy has also been seen in such television shows as "Bloodline" with Kyle Chandler, "Are We There Yet?", along side Terry Crews and Anthony Anderson as well as USA's, "Burn Notice" and the CW's, "The Vampire Diaries" along side Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev. Jeremy is happy to announce his recurring character "Andy" on AMC's The Walking Dead. He continues to pursue and perfect his love for acting with a positive attitude and constant outpouring of love and support from his family and friends. He takes nothing for granted.

Justin Kucsulain is an American actor born in Detroit, Michigan, the oldest of three children. His father, Kevin James Kucsulain, was a carpenter and artist, and his mother, Robin, a banker. Justin moved to Tampa, Florida in 2007 and began studying acting and mixed martial arts. Justin has made multiple appearances on My Mothers Little Angel, The Walking Dead's Ethan, Netflix Bloodline's Henry Rourke, MTV's Finding Carter's Zeke, NBC's Cocaine Cowboy, Colburn, The Walking Dead's Ethan, and more.

 Robert LaSardo has found his niche in Hollywood playing the devious criminal. Often evil personified onscreen, he constantly manages to charm police investigators and audiences alike. As Escobar Gallardo on the award-winning series Nip/Tuck, Robert plays a cunning villain who convincingly tortures Dr. Christian Troy into revealing key information about the location of a child molester. As a gang member on both CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: Miami, he taunts the lead investigators but ultimately wins their respect. With more recent performances in Ghost Whisperer and his own independent film Never Down, Robert is creating complex characters that are tortured by life, rather than the torturers themselves. Born on September 20, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York, Robert spent his childhood in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn near the once famous Steeple Chase amusement park commonly known as Coney Island. During an impoverished and turbulent upbringing, Coney Island was a refuge for young Robert. Riding the New York City subway trains on his own by age eight, Robert found his escape and second home in the fantasy land of the ageing but enchanting old world theme park. From that point on, it was clear that seeking safety and peace-of-mind in places and things that supported creativity and imagination were necessary for his survival against the contrast of his stressful home life. Having to deal with poverty and instability at home, Robert’s father eventually took his son and moved away from a life that was breaking apart. Moving from place to place on little or no notice, Robert and his dad found themselves living in cars, camping in the woods during the warmer months, and occasionally staying with friends. Moving through different neighborhoods and meeting people from all walks of life, Robert developed a broad perspective about the world around him and the people in it. Each new environment or person he encountered required a transformation within himself in order to adapt and survive. By the time Robert approached his mid-teens, life had become more stable. It was during this period that an English teacher encouraged him to try out for the High School of Performing Arts, later celebrated as the Fame School in Alan Parker’s 1980 film. Robert auditioned and was accepted into the highly sought after performing high school. For three years Robert studied the Stanislavski method of acting and graduated with honors in 1981; receiving the Playbill Award for most growth as an actor. Robert developed a close and supportive friendship with his acting teacher, Anthony Abeson, who would go on to coach Robert for many years after high school. But during these years a more rebellious side of Robert was also emerging; one that threatened to undermine his creativity and his future. Gangs and a few encounters with the law proved to be an indication he was headed in the wrong direction. After graduation, Robert traded in his rebellious ways for four years of discipline in the U.S. Navy, two of which were spent handling Navy attack dogs in the Aleutian Islands. The next two years, however, were more in keeping with the traditional overseas travel of the Navy in places like Africa, Australia, and Saudi Arabia. By 1985, Robert was honorably discharged and was hungry to reclaim what he had put aside for four years: acting. Throughout his military service, Robert had remained in contact with his close friend and mentor Anthony Abeson. “Anthony would never let me forget my passion,” Robert recalled. After a few meetings with Anthony, Robert was committed to his beloved craft again. Through Anthony’s relationship with the New York Actors Studio, in 1986 Robert was permitted to participate in the working observer program. There, long before the studio had bio121developed its television forum, this program allowed Robert to observe actors like Shelly Winters, Lee Grant, Christopher Walken and Ellen Burstyn teach fellow members at the studio. “It was amazing to watch,” Robert pointed out, “and it really put the hook in me.” Robert, who also studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory in New York City under Tara Bolds, soon found himself standing face-to-face with casting directors, filmmakers and producers on a series of auditions that would eventually land him his first job that would fly him to Hollywood. Three months under contract with Warner Bros. and a supporting role in a film called Moving starring legendary comedian Richard Pryor marked the beginning of a film and television career that has spanned three decades.

Erika Ervin, known professionally as Amazon Eve, is an American transgender model, fitness trainer, and actress. She has appeared on the cover of Australian magazine Zoo Weekly and played a recurring character on American Horror Story: Freak Show.

 Jerrad Vunovich At the early age of 18, Jerrad went on to book roles in some of the biggest movies of 2013-2014 and has had the chance to work beside/learn from many of Hollywood's biggest names. He has appeared in blockbusters such as 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (as District 3 Man), 'The Starving Games' (a spoof of The Hunger Games as BOB, the Tribute for District 11), the Jackie Robinson biopic '42' (starring Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman), along with the 2015 Reboot of 'The Fantastic Four'. One of Jerrad's longest running work includes appearing as one of the main Carnies/Performers throughout the entire season of FX Networks hit television series 'American Horror Story' on its fourth season installment titled 'Freak Show' in 2014-2015. More television appearances include AMC's hit Television show 'The Walking Dead' as many of their "walkers" throughout the shows fourth season.

GHOST ASYLUM a fearless crew is on a quest to hunt down chain-rattling ghosts and scary apparitions by any means possible, even if that requires luring themselves as the decoy. GHOST ASYLUM follows the most passionate paranormal team in America, the Tennessee Wraith Chasers (TWC), as they examine some of America's most frightening asylums, sanitariums and mental hospitals. Their goal isn't just to conjure spirits and collect evidence but they are on a mission to physically capture restless souls with their cutting-edge ghost traps and self-trained Tennessean wit.

Ghost Investigation with Tennessee Wraith Chasers (Ghost Asylum) August 19th from 8:00pm at the Victorian Inn.

Mike Mundy lives in Atlanta where he works, as an actor whenever possible! His most recent notable appearance includes the television show The Walking Dead, where his eyeball was showcased in the opening shot of the season 3 premiere. The shot pulled out to reveal "Grandpa Walker," who soon succumbed to a fire poker in the head gifted by T-Dog. Mike has also appeared in movies such as 'Flight' and a few others. In his free time, Mike enjoys cooking, being with friends and family, watching movies, traveling, etc...

Dr. Alan Brown has been a professor of English at the University of West Alabama since 1986. For the past few years, Dr. Brown’s interest in Southern folklore has manifested itself in several collections of Southern ghost stories, including The Face in the Window and Other Alabama Ghostlore (1996), Shadows and Cypress (2000), Haunted Places in the American South (2002), Stories from the Haunted South (2004), Ghost Hun...ters of the South (2006), Haunted Georgia (2007), Haunted Texas (2008), Ghost Hunters of New England (2008), Haunted Tennessee (2008), Haunted Kentucky (2009), Haunted Birmingham (2009), Haunted Vicksburg (2010), Haunted Natchez (2010), Haunted Meridian, Mississippi (2011), Ghosts along the Mississippi River (2011), The Big Book of Texas Ghost Stories (2010), and Ghosts along Florida’s Gulf Coast (2015). He has also investigated a number of haunted sites, including The Artist’s House in Key West, FL, Miss Molly’s Bed and Breakfast in Fort Worth, TX, King’s Tavern in Natchez,MS, and the Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Sanitarium in Louisville, KY.

American Paranormal Adventures, LLC better known as APA, is founded by Tammy Misner and co-founded by Loretta Peters. Tammy and Loretta are your typical housewives with a curiosity of the paranormal. We are (almost) empty nesters and ready to chase our passion of learning the unknown. While we watched the ghost hunting shows on television, we couldn’t help but to want to go on ghost hunts ourselves. As we talked openly about our curiosity and experiences in the paranormal we have both had we realized there are many more people out there with the same curiosity and fear of the unknown as we have had. So we decided to bring it to those of you. We hire the best team of equally dedicated, professional and friendly investigators. Recently established, we continually strive to deliver quality ghost investigations at different locations to suit all budgets throughout America.

Authors~ More Guests TBA
An award-winning Author Bobby Nash writes a little bit of everything including novels, comic books, short prose, graphic novels, screenplays, media tie-ins, and more for a number of publishers and clients. Publishers including IDW Publishing, Sequential Pulp Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Moonstone Books, Airship 27 Productions, Pro Se Press, Raven’s Head Press, Stark Raving Press, Farragut Films, Dark Oak Press, Radio Archives, Avatar Press, and more. Bobby was named Best Author in the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards, his first professional writing award. Rick Ruby, a character co-created by Bobby and author Sean Taylor also snagged a Pulp Ark Award for Best New Pulp Character of 2013. Bobby has also been nominated for the 2014 New Pulp Awards and Pulp Factory Awards for his work. In 2015, Bobby's novel, Alexandra Holzer's Ghost Gal: The Wild Hunt won a Paranormal Literary  Award in the 2015 Paranormal Awards. Bobby is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers and International Thriller Writers. Between writing deadlines, Bobby is an occasional actor and extra in movies and television, including appearances in Deviant Pictures’ Camp Massacre (formerly known as Fat Chance), FOX’s The Following, USA’s Satisfaction, AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, and more. For more information on Bobby Nash please visit him on-line at

L. P. Littlefoot is an author from Pensacola, FL. She primarily writes dark fantasy novels and short stories. She is some who is deeply embedded in worlds unknown. 850-607-1754

 Angela Yuriko Smith publishes a bi-monthly online newspaper by day (, blogs at Dandilyon Fluff by night and writes fiction as often as possible in between. Her published works include fiction and nonfiction across multiple genres and she has been included in various anthologies and online publications. In the past, she has served as a host for JournalJabber online radio talk show and has been interviewed on National Public Radio for her nonfiction work.

Frank J Bennett is the author of www.biblebybennett, created in 2008 and uses his extensive knowledge of scripture to unlock mysteries past, present, and future.

Corvid House Publishing~Publisher of Supernatural Thrillers, Horror, and the occasional romance.

Entertainment , Media, Podcast, Media Partners ~ More Guests and More TBA

 Shadow Clone is the first personality clone of writer/performer Tiree Mason. Born from the aggregation of Tiree’s passions and interests, Shadow Clone has taken the form of a Nerdcore Hip Hop entertainer that specializes in songs regarding anime/manga, pop sub culture, comics, video and traditional gaming, and general geekery. Shadow Clone gained public interest with the 2011 releases of his first song “Gamer Girl” and his most popular song “The Ultimate Showdown of Anime Destiny,” a Lemon Demon cover parody. Shadow Clone now stuns crowds in many Hip Hop styles, but with his geeky vernacular is a perfect fit for any convention stage. The Music: Shadow Clone’s music is free to download online, and has reached listeners worldwide generating thousands of downloads and thousands of plays. Shadow Clone’s music entices listeners to embrace their inner otaku/geek with songs like “Damn It Feels Good to Cosplay,” get nostalgic with “Mighty Morphin” and “What’s Your First Anime,” and keeps audiences utterly entertained by songs like “Shadow Clone Rap Battle: Sonic vs Mario” and “geekRap.” The Work: With the help of DJ Madd Tallyz, Shadow Clone has taken the stage at anime conventions such as Aoi Uma Con in Louisville KY, table-top gaming conventions such as Forge Con in Lexington KY, comic book conventions such as the Lexington Comic and Toy Convention, and traditional stages such as, #50 best selling venue in the world, Crocodile Rock Café in Allentown PA several times. Shadow Clone has also collaborated with a number of artists, including Hip Hop lyricist Alex Zayne, rapper MasDamind, and alternative Punk Rock band The Clockwork Society.The Clones:Shadow Clone’s fans become his clones. They are usually easily spotted in crowds sporting Shadow Clone’s legendary afro hairstyle. The Clones, lauding Shadow Clone for his musicianship, stage presence, and devotion to his loyal fans, are quickly multiplying. Take heed because Shadow Clones will soon be popping up at venues near you!

Edward A. McGrath and Surrounding Sounds Media, we have a simple belief; your business deserves a voice. Your passion to create, your passion to serve, your passion to change, that's what we want to show the world. From bringing your band's vision to life in our professional recording studio, to giving your business exposure with memorable, effective commercials for radio, television, to graphic design services that will keep your new, eye-catching business cards at the top of your client's stack. Surrounding Sounds Media. Our passion is to show the world your passion.


Digitalman's Domain -My photography work covering a wide variety of compositions from landscapes, still life to local events in Pensacola.

Chimichanga Talk is a geek podcast/entertainment group, composed of Deadpool Speaks Ehvil Bheard (The Co-Host), that for the last four years have made a name for themselves by providing whimsical and engaging convention entertainment. Loving audience participation, Chimichanga Talk prides itself in being not only informative, but with the ability to cater to both children and adults.

**Sponsor** Boogie Inc. is The Gulf Coast’s Leader in Personality DJ Entertainment. We are also one of the largest providers of Sound & Staging for small to medium events & festivals & have been for many years. With our 20’ X 12’ stage, complete Band & Outdoor PA systems & expertise we have become the sound choice for many events along the Gulf Coast. We perform at over 500 events a year including aprox 250 wedding receptions. We have performed at over 6000 weddings since 1978. Boogie Inc also provides Sound, Lighting & Staging for events, sporting events, runs & festivals throughout the region. Boogie Inc has provided the sound for the Pensacola Beach Blue Angel Air Show for over 15 years. Boogie Inc provides music, trivia, sound, announcements, Large Screen Projection & more @ Business Grand Openings, Ribbon Cuttings, Business After Hours & so many more from Pensacola to Destin, from Mobile to Gulf Shores.So if you’re having an event small or large, give us a call, we can provide professional sound at a price that will fit your budget. For more info & pricing call 850-438-1660, 800-526-6443

Illustrators, Artist, FX, and Creators ~ More Guests TBA

 Preston Asevedo is a self-taught, New Orleans based artist on contract with CCP Comics. He is currently the lead artist on Cape Town; the company’s only superhero based series. Preston is also the co-creator of Rockability Roadtrip, with long time friend and business partner, Jesse Wroblewski. His work has been featured in Heske Horror’s Cold Blooded Chillers and 2012: Final Prayer, as well as Generations Beyond’s Puppet Terrors. Preston is now currently working on 9 devils a creator owned project to be released by ccp comics. Save 15% off all pre-ordered Pensacola Con Commissions

Damon Bowie Born and raised in the cultural melting pot that is the city of New Orleans, Bowie has been a professional artist since the age of 16. He has worked in the Design and Illustration field in New Orleans for the largest fabricator the Entertainment Industry in the Gulf South. As Art Director and Chief of Design he has helped create parades, sculpture, and elaborate settings for commercial clients and private organizations for over 13 years. Throughout that time he has made a supplemental living with efforts including comic book projects as well as many Art Prints he made available for public sale. These days, Bowie has been busy as a Conceptual artist, as well doing tons of personal Commissions for clients all over the world.

Primo Cardinalli Horror and SciFi artist

Inverse Press is a Gulf Coast-based independent publisher of comics! From a circus staffed by darkest imaginings to real-world Africa consumed by supernatural superstition to the steampunk future beset by the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, our collective of writers and artists will transport you to realms of the unreal - the furthest reaches of your own mind.

The Renaissance Nerds is a collective of three Artists and an MC that live by the theme of Carpe Nerdom; seize your inner nerd. They do extraordinary work individually but when they come together magic happens. Have you ever seen three artist utilize one canvas at the same time? Live painting is the “Nerds” specialty. These live painting events have been a huge success at Conventions and Art Shows across Florida. What makes the Renaissance Nerds unique? Audience participation! Not only do the “Nerds” provide commentary and comedic performances while painting THE PEOPLE control what the “Nerds” create. All they ask are for three things; Two characters and a verb, combined them together and a one of a kind masterpiece is created. The Renaissance Nerds love what they do and it truly shows in their artwork and performance.

 Bruce Carr aka No Ordinary Balloon Man is a professional balloon artist living in Kissimmee, FL serving the Central Florida area. He has had a life long love of all things in the realm of what he calls “nerd swag” and there is nothing that he enjoys more than making people smile. This professional balloon artist has made balloons since the age of twelve. Bruce has entertained and built balloon creations for companies such Belk, Dunkin Donuts, Dot Net Nuke, Charleston Town Center Mall and Chick-fil-a. Bruce is also a full-time balloon artists for a multitude of restaurants including Chili’s, Landry’s, Orlando Ale House, Joe’s Crab Shack and Giordano’s through the balloon art companies Twisted Artz, Sculpted Air LLC and the Orlando Party Store. Bruce combines balloon art, acting, singing and puppetry to build beautiful lightweight costumes to delight attendees of any large event. Bruce has even won costume awards at the Florida Supercon, Holiday Matsuri, Omni Expo and Chibi Pa, becoming a fan favorite at many anime conventions. Bruce’s work has been recognized in social media and made into countless memes featured on such websites as Kotaku, MTV, Dorkly, Reddit, Equestria Daily, IGN, Imdb, Bungie, Fluffle Puff Pony, Screw Attack, Geek Tyrant, Cartoon Network, Dorkly, Gamefaqs, Know Your Meme and Memebase. Bruce has also used his entertainment to bring awareness to charities such as Children’s Miracle Network. Bruce looks forward to entertaining and serving many more people in the future.

Beastworks FX is a studio dedicated to the creation of "living" characters for entertainment, television, advertising, personal projects and even LARP. Their mediums include platinum silicone, FX grade gelatins, resin, foam, faux fur, and real human hair wigs and extensions. Beastworks FX's silicone recreation of "Vincent," based on Ron Perlman's beast character from the late '80's television show, "Beauty and the Beast" has won the celebrity endorsement of Wendy Pini, and can be seen at many conventions throughout the nation. With nearly 20 years of experience in the field of entertainment, Beastworks FX is happy to share what they know and train others in the art of how to plan, design, build and embody unique living creatures. Life is too short to spend in the mundane! Custom Creatures and Characters for film, live action role play, cosplay, entertainment events and more. Need creatures to fill a premiere? Let us know!

  Eric Dupre` is a native of Texas. He moved from San Antonio to Florida, where he attended Pensacola Junior College majoring in business. He later moved to Atlanta, Georgia to focus on television and video productions. He completed several certificate courses with People Television and Comcast Television certifying in television production, directing, and video camera/audio/light technique while in Georgia. After Hurricane Ivan, he returned to the panhandle and began his career as a photojournalist. He operates Focus Pointe Productions, which includes the Underground FX Lab, and S.L.A.V.E. Magazine (Script, Lighting, Audio, Video and Editing) He has produced several state and national PSA’s, a documentary, and the Okaloosa/ Walton Emergency Preparedness Conference for the Florida State Disability Task Force, which is distributed widely in the State of Florida, the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA. He has been a video operator for several video productions such as: Rage in the Cage (Biloxi, MS.), Destin Wine Festival, Billy Bowlegs Festival, The Greek Festival (Fort Walton), Habitat for Humanity and the ADA Torch Relay. His passion for FX started over five years ago and has always been inspired by the SyFy channel’s Face Off. Like others before him, he is a self-taught FX Artist. He has spent hours in his garage making monsters. His creations are now being sought after. He has recently been published in the Daily News and the Pensacola News Journal (which went to the Associated Press). Recently did all the FX for the Movie “Lost Souls and will soon be working on another film. Along with his television producer workshops, he started an Underground FX Lab, where he has now started instructing others in the fine art of zombie makings, blood, scars, masks, mold making, sculpting and more.

Costuming: Anime, Cosplay, Steampunk, Manga, Goth, and Industrial ~ More Guests TBA

 Ashen Phoenix is a national cosplay group based out of the Northeast. Starting in the import scene, the team noticed a correlation between the designs of the cars and the overall celebration of Japanese culture. That was the first introduction into anime, and it became more of a fit for the girls than what they had been doing. Ashen Phoenix is comprised of a group of gamers, comic book fans, Otakus that have been cosplaying professionally for two years, even though some of them have been involved for almost a decade. They are constantly striving to learn more about the art of cosplay to create a wider variety of costumes with different techniques as the team prides themselves on designing their own attire.

 Michael "Knightmage" Wilson has been cosplaying since 2012. The 15 year veteran Deputy Sheriff and Stuntman has turned the art of cosplay from a hobby to a full fledged passion. Genuinely loving to entertain, create, inspire and spread positivity, cosplaying has become that avenue. From being a decorated Deputy Sheriff to working on big budget Hollywood films to receiving the Presidential Volunteers Service Award for his charity work, Michael continues to strive to be a representative of ideas and possibilities. @kn

Heidi Jo Heidi Jo loves art, modeling, and cosplay. She is a student at UWF and has experience with just about everything in glamour, fitness, pin up, high fashion, hair, heavy makeup, themed, and commercial modeling. Heidi Jo has been modeling since she was 3 years old, and has won many pageants within Florida. Follow Heidi Jo on her Facebook fan page:

Blue Knight Cosplay- Sarah is an artist, public school art teacher,and costumer. She has been costuming regularly for over 10 years and sewing for over 15. Over the past few years Sarah has branched out from simple sewn costumes to sculpted builds. Often she teams up with the other half of Blue Knight Cosplay her drift compatible best friend Justin to create over the top costumes and builds.  and  Foamsmeef - Kyle is a cosplayer and prop maker here to share his experience with cosplay, costuming, and foam smithing! He also works to create ways people can bring cosplay into their everyday lives with his nerd themed apparel. 
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Roadrunner Cosplay is a breakout star in the cosplay community with hits such as Dean Winchester and The Green Arrow. He has even been featured by Stephen Amell on his Facebook Fan Art Friday. He enjoys dressing up as heroes & bringing smiles to those in need.

Pensacola Costumers Guild LLC This group is dedicated to the pursuit of costuming in the Pensacola and surrounding areas.

The Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club is an international STAR WARS™ costuming organization dedicated to celebrating the STAR WARS™ universe through the creation, display, and wearing of quality character costumes that represent the Mandalorian characters and culture from the STAR WARS™ sagas. The MMCC unites individuals with a common love for ST...AR WARS™ and the Mandalorian culture/characters while encouraging self-improvement, personal growth, family involvement, and fellowship with peers. The MMCC promotes interest in STAR WARS™ and facilitates the use of these costumes for STAR WARS™-related events as well as contributing to the local community through costumed charity and volunteer work.

USS Harry Mudd's a chapter of the international organization Starfleet. We are the premiere science fiction club in Milton. We meet at the chamber of commerce in Milton the first Saturday of every month. Our main charity is the "For the Children" home for homeless children. We fundraise for them as well as sponsoring a room. We enjoy building movie sets in our spare time. We have the original Enterprise bridge, the JJ Abrams version Enterprise bridge as well as the Guardian of Forever.

 USS Jubilee was first commissioned on the night of Saturday, November 13, 1999. Our ship is the only ship in Starfleet that has a member of the original television cast as an honorary member of the crew. Nichelle Nichols participated in the commissioning ceremony, signed our ship's commissioning plaque and our official orders. The New Orleans-class frigate was a Feder...ation starship class that... was in service during the mid-24th century. The vessel shares several design elements with the Galaxy-class. At least one ship of this class, the USS Kyushu, was present at the Battle of Wolf 359 in 2367.” “In starship classification, a frigate is a fast medium sized starship intended to protect other vessels. During the 24th century, Starfleet employed vessels designated as frigates. We are the Mobile, AL chapter of STARFLEET: The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc. We are a group of Star Trek and science fiction fans who get together to make friends, have fun and socialize. We strive to have at least two official meetings each month. If you are interested in joining or just hanging our, feel free to contact our Commanding Officer: Capt John “Mike” Clayton at (251) 586-3303 or email him at

USS Continuum (ncc71821) We are Northwest Florida’s Premier Star Trek and sci-fi fan organization! As a chapter of STARFLEET, we are open to ALL types of sci-fi fans who like to meet together — in person and online — and play games, work on costumes and other displays, be involved in community service, study science, watch movies, plans events, and enjoy each other’s company

Wayne Davis has been building models since he was 12. Wayne has worked as professional modeler for over 15 years. His models are on display all around the world. Wayne currently has his own business J&H Model and Arts Services. He has a big interest in real space. He has dreams of building models for NASA.

Hart of Fear is a seasonal haunted attraction in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Owned and operated by the Hart family, all proceeds go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis,TN

Miscellaneous Vendors and Fan Tables~ More Guests TBA

Gold Sponsors: Bubba's Sweet Spot and A Bodacious Family of Shops! Bubba's Sweet Spot is a candy store and ice cream parlor located in Downtown Pensacola. Opens early July. and


Rolling Embers Wood-Fired Pizza, LLC Personal size made-to-order wood-fired pizza using only quality fresh ingredients from our mobile brick oven.

Gypsy Soul Sisters - Homemade Bows, Jewelry,crocheted hats,paintings,One of kind painted scary dolls,etc.

Blushyies Here we sell all kinds of products in the anime/gaming scene! Order now and we can ship it to you! Provide the best anime/gaming merchandise for the cheapest price to our amazing customers!

While studying Art History and the University of Texas, Henry Cesneros,became intrigued with the concept of found art. Henry utilizes mundane garage items such as spark plugs, motorcycle bike chain, nuts, bolts, nails and screws, which have been previously discarded to produce common identifiable objects. While some may regard recycled-art or found art to be junk, Henry prefers to give life to the items he creates, adding in movable parts and whimsical features. His assemblage works include the combination of several found objects and fabrication to alter their appearance. Recognized items include likenesses from RoboCop, Star Wars, (Boba Fett/Jango Fett), Predator and Alien (in five different poses), along with commonly known items such as dragons, dinosaurs, scorpions, dogs and singing frogs. Henry is especially proud of the series of motorcycles he created, using bearings, plumbing fixtures and hex bolts. These rival Harley Davidson Motorcycles, the Supernatural Ghost Rider Motorcycle and the Triumph Steve McQueen Edition Motorcycle. Each has wheels that rotate and handlebars that turn. Each of the seven different designs is weighted so they free stand and have a kickstand for authentication.

Laser Moon Born from a love of all things geek, and all things awesome, Laser Moon is dedicated to offering the coolest products that you won't find anywhere else. A staple of the UK's biggest comic conventions, Laser Moon is now moving across the pond. Browse our products to find the perfect addition to your geek collection!

 Futhark Farm Soaps LLC Hand made artisan goat's milk soaps - we own the goats, the skills, and the sense of humor! Rich indulgences for skin, nose, nerves and mind. You won't believe your nose. 478-787-5594

Black Flame Creations LLC is committed to hand crafting items that are unique yet affordable at a high level of quality. Steampunk is the genre of focus. I became interested in Steampunk after attending a panel at a large con in Tampa. I soon found out I enjoyed the entire process of acquiring parts, disassembling them and re-fitting things into an art form known as Steampunk. After attending some cons as an artist I was told I did good work by many people. It seemed they liked my clean aesthetic. So here I am now 7 years later as a business selling at cons and from my website. Simply Love it!

JP Bears where you can find some of the best state souvenirs and other collectible products. Our online store is at where we ship fast and provide the very best customer service. We carry state souvenirs like Symbolz, Souvies and Peace Pals. We also carry some of the greatest collectible products by Teddy Scares, Skulls, The String Doll Gang, Begoths, The Living Dead Dolls, Pop and Reaction!

Cordy's Corner Large selection of anime, gaming, sci-fi and pop culture items such as bags, caps/beanies, drink ware, t-shirts, hoodies and much more.

Mario's Comics & Art ~We Sell Silver & Bronze Comics, Original Comic Art & Prints and more.

Imaginova Magazine LLC
~We are a Tallahassee local magazine that focuses on a variety of genres inside the galaxy of gaming. We offer everything from Live Action Role Play, video games, Steam Punk, Science Fiction, Surreal Fantasy, and much more. We also wish to publish any works of art or writing that have yet to bud in our capital. Lastly, we are major supporters for all pods of gaming around and in Tallahassee. We hope to provide a forum for those who seek gaming groups and visa versa.

Highlander Novelties is a one stop shop for "Pop and Geek" Culture items. We specialize in the unique and throwback characters from the past and present!

4 Aces Art and Design Handmade Fandom and Geeky Jewelry as well as other home supplies.

Black Tie Photography & Videography- Professional photographers to photograph participants in costume and sell photos that are printed on site as well as provide option to purchase additional prints online.

  Victor Tisdale Sci Fi and Horror Collectibles

It Works! Independent Distributors

  Faybird's Finds Handmade Steampunk jewelry and accessories along with other various nerdy items.

Hot Shot Toys and Comics ~Providing fun for all ages! Selling a variety of comics, toys and more. Dealing in Marvel, DC, Hot Wheels, Eaglemoss, Pop Vinyls and a whole lot more.

 NannyBug's Crafts unique handmade designs for fantasy and sci-fi buffs.'scrafts#!/NannyBugsCrafts

Altruistic LLC Wood wall art, includes pop culture and fantasy. Custom glass etching and hand painted pendants. 843-338-5282

Nerd Heven- Knives, swords, anime, steampunk, jewelry, collectibles and replicas!

 Drop-Dead Bizarre /Bob Bass better known as PORK (aka Humanpork) and Darbella Knight (aka Darby Drop-Dead) are both Freelance Artists and co-founders of both Drop-Dead Bizarre and Porkrhynde Intertainment Group (aka P.I.G.). From time to time, they collaborate and feature items from Dakota's Cuties and Gynger's Designs. Pork & Darbella currently reside in the metro area of Atlanta, GA. Their artistic styles range from Vintage Masquerade Masks to the shuddersome faces only found in Nightmares, from Comic Book Heroes to Horror Icon Fan Art, from traditional Beauty Make-overs to Theatre' & Horror Make-up, from creatively colorful Flowered and/or Feathered Clips to the Unique and Uncanny Mini Top Hats, from custom Action Figures to small Prop Designs, from Bowling Shirts to Business Logos and Tattoo Designs. Between them both, they also have some experience in Film/Television, as an extra in such projects as: Halloween 2 ('09 ), The Blind Side, Stomp the Yard 2, The Originals, Classof '61, Night of the Jackle and In the Heat of the Night. Other notable acclaims: Darbella graduated with a Rising Star Award in Cosmetology and her completion of Esthetics from Georgia Career Institute, also received an Award of Excellence in Visual Arts from the Art Council of Tuscaloosa in '95. Pork was awarded a Dedication to His Craft in'10, when he graduated from High School he managed to exit with top honors in Music being awarded the John Phillip Sousa, and in 2011 was entered into the Bowler's Hall of Fame (on the wall) among many other great Bowlers who struck their way to a perfect 300 Game! Pork & Darby also volunteer their time once a year for the forms of manual labor and/or donation. They also help/helped with the Artshow & Information at Dragon Con, for a combined 11+ years. So if you see us at an Event near you, be sure to stop by and say hello...who knows what we got going on. Here's a List of featured Events vended/attended (not in any particular order): Days of the Dead, Walker Stalker Con, Rutledge Arts & Craft Fest, Rockabilly Luau, Full Moon Tattoo & Horror Fest, Scare Fest, CONjuration, Lemon Bee Fest, Time Lord Party, Wizard Ball, Monster Prom, Hair of the Dragon, TN Celtic Fest, Spooky Empire Weekend, Dragon Con, Mega Con, Mad Monster Party, Wizard World, Ath-Con, Adventure Con and Fanboy Expo. We hope to continue to add to this list, as well as returning to our favorites each year, if they will continue to have those we thank you! To those that we've only attended...we'd like to vend yours and become part of your family too.

Lilla Rose ~Fashion Hair Jewelry made of music string, Easy on the hair. With one year warranty.

Dragon Spice is a company specializing in the creation of manga, anime and video games.

Unique Soldtique
Wide variety of costume jewelry, some handmade jewelry and beading supplies. Unique gifts, dragon decor and pop culture items.

Lost Alien Collectibles ~We sell all types of items: Shirts, patches, novelties, toys, etc.

DemonCrafts produces custom leather items and props for a variety of venues, such as Cosplay, LARPS and TV/Movies. We range from Fantasy armor, hand made bags & pouches to Steampunk weapons with leather holsters. All custom orders are welcome !! Phone# 334-296-3517

Keeps 4 Geeks is an owner/operator traveling retail convention store started in March 2016 and based in Southeast Alabama. We aim to provide another outlet for geeks and otakus alike with a variety of geeky products! 334-464-0191

Spot Colors Handmade jewelry, magnets, notecards, cross stitch, and much more!

 True Story~Selling copies of web comics, comics, novelettes, novellas, and graphic novels, and prints affiliated with all of those. Getting people involved with my web comics. Advertising projects in the works.

Joan Mitchell Art and reborn dolls

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