If you have been watching The Mandalorian or The Book of Boba Fett, then you probably have seen Susanna, though you might not have recognized her! Susanna has been a few creatures from the Star Wars Universe. She has been a Jawa in both The Book of Boba Fett and The Mandalorian, and played the character of Thodobin in The Mandalorian and a Nevarro Melitto Citizen. She hasn’t been limited to just Star Wars, Susanna has also been a regular on the Raven Van Slender films and dabbled a little in horror as Dr. Luau in Mind Melters 3.
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Carey Means has been the voice of Frylock on the Adult Swim TV show Aqua Teen Hunger Force (aka "Aqua TV Show Show"). His career also includes having been in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the Atlanta Opera Chorus. He has also performed on stage at the Georgia Renaissance festival as Sir Richard Do Good. Carey is also a classically trained Shakespearean actor who hails originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He has performed with Theatre of the Stars in such productions as South Pacific and with Actors Express in It's a Wonderful Town. His many talents include acting, voice overs, singing, and dancing.
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld is a voice actor best known for her roles as Bonnie, Nurse Joy & Sophocles on Pokémon, Aina Ardebit in Promare; Strawberry Shortcake on Strawberry Shortcake; Polly Pocket on Polly Pocket; Olivia on Nella the Princess Knight; Rio Kastle, Queen, Grace & Gloria Tyler on Yu-Gi-Oh!; Siri on LastMan; LunaMaria Hawke in Gundam Seed Destiny; Kahori Harukawa in Psychic School Wars; Isaki in Lu Over the Wall; Sayaka Yumi in Mazinger Z: Infinity; Hansel in Secret Magic Control Agency; Joy LeFrog on Regal Academy; Musa in Winx Club; and Fraw Bow in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin. She has provided voices for numerous cartoons, video games, toys and commercials. She can also be seen performing theatre in New York City (most recently in the critically-acclaimed Once Upon A Mattress), and on-screen in her web series Crumbly Kitchen. For more info, check out her website (alysonleighrosenfeld.com), follow her on Twitter (@AlysonRosenfeld), Instagram (@alysonleighrosenfeld), or TikTok (@alysonleighrosenfeld).
Though best known as Special Agent Dwight Harris on the hit HBO series The Sopranos, Servitto has had a career spanning over three decades. He has played a gamut of roles, being in both child/young adult movies like Enchanted and Disenchanted, as well as taking the part of Satan in the Adult Swim Comedy Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell! Servitto has also been in many television shows including All My Children, One Life to Live, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, Suits, Grey's Anatomy, and Homeland. He was also a main cast member for Banshee. Servitto also lent his voice to two video games: Mafia and Star Wars:The Old Republic. www.imdb.com/name/nm0785854/
James Urbaniak is the voice of Dr. Venture on Adult Swim’s long-running animated series The Venture Brothers. Other animation credits include appearances on Adventure Time, Metalocalypse, OK K.O.!, Close Enough, Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures and the games Fallout: New Vegas, Manhunt, Star Wars: The Old Republic and High on Life. His extensive TV work includes regular roles on Hulu’s Difficult People and Comedy Central’s Review and guest appearances on The Office (recurring role as Rolf), Better Call Saul, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Supergirl, Dickinson, Lodge 49, For All Mankind, Documentary Now! and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. James has acted for such film directors as Richard Linklater, Todd Haynes, Jennifer Phang, Michael Almereyda, Barry Levinson, Andrew Dosunmu, Julie Taymor, Ang Lee, George Clooney, Hal Hartley, Steven Spielberg (The Fabelmans) and Christopher Nolan (the upcoming Oppenheimer). He is a frequent guest on comedy podcasts such as Welcome to Night Vale, Mission to Zyxx and The Thrilling Adventure Hour and with co-writer Brie Williams he created the scripted podcasts Getting on with James Urbaniak, A Night Called Tomorrow and I Will Never Lie to You (on Audible.com).
Bruce is one of the world’s biggest Spider-Man fans. He has been collecting Spider-Man comic books and memorabilia for more than 50 years. Bruce's collection and stories of collecting have been featured in various media over the past two years. His emotional connection to the character is the hallmark of his collection. The emotional connection has been strengthened by many cool interactions with comic creators, other collectors, and a family who supports his hobby.
Bruce has also experienced all of Spider-Man’s introductions into various media (cartoons, tv shows, newspaper comic strips, movies, live theater). Another connection to the character: his entire life has been lived in Johnstown, PA, the hometown of Steve Ditko (co-creator of the character). For more information: www.spideyandme.com
With more than 20 years of experience, Kevin has worked at Marvel, DC and Image. After working on X-Force for Marvel Comics, Todd McFarlane hired him to work on a Spawn spin-off series, Spawn: Bloodfeud by Image Comics. Kevin’s “dream job” was becoming the inker for Kiss:Psycho Circus. https://kevinconradart.com/bio/
Wayne Faucher is an American comic book inker. He is known mostly for his ink work on the Batman family of comics for DC Comics and for Spider-Man titles for Marvel Comics. His current projects include the Mandalorian and Spider-Man. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Faucher
Scott has been in the comic industry for the past 30 years. A lot of his work has been for the “Big 2” comic companies, Marvel and DC. With Marvel, Scott has worked on Spider-Man, Wolverine, X-Men, Avengers and The Hulk. For DC, Scott has worked on Batman, Superman, Justice League and the Green Lantern Corps. If you have a comic from the past 30 years, you probably have a piece of his work. https://www.facebook.com/scott.hanna.106
Rick Leonardi, best known as co-creator of Spider-Man 2099, is an American comics artist who has worked on various series for Marvel Comics and DC Comics, including Cloak and Dagger, The Uncanny X-Men, The New Mutants, Spider-Man 2099, Nightwing, Batgirl, Green Lantern Versus Aliens and Superman. He has worked on feature film tie-in comics such as Star Wars: General Grievous and Superman Returns Prequel #3. www.rickleonardi.com
Brian has been telling stories in one form or another for his whole life. His first comic book (published by his brother’s 4th grade teacher and the school’s copy machine) sold out at the distributor level. After that there was no looking back! After dipping his toe in the water with a handful of self-published and work-for-hire comics he decided to take the deep dive and create his first series, Wulfborne, at Scout Comics. He then turned his creative attention toward this project, Poiko: Quests & Stuff by Colesmith Comics. https://www.facebook.com/colesmithcomics
Khoi Pham is an artist and mentor. His artworks include DC’s Teen Titans, Marvel’s Mighty Avengers, X-Men Legacy, Scarlet Spider, Spider-Man, Daredevil, Chaos War, Incredible Hercules, Gambit, Mighty Thor, and X-Factor, and Top Cow’s Cyberforce. He has done numerous cover illustrations for various publications. Khoi was an attorney and venture capitalist prior to switching to art and mentoring. He has a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University. www.facebook.com/khoiphamartandmentoring/
Though he is mostly known as the co-creator/co-writer of Spider-Man Noir for Marvel Comics (with David Hine), He is first and foremost a publishing professional. Through his 25+ years in publishing, Fabrice served as Editor and packager for multiple companies in France and the US including Albin Michel, Heavy Metal, Panini to Jungle Comics, but also DC Comics, Humanoids, Tapestry Productions and Ablaze Comics. As a comic book creator, he released five creator-owned graphic novels in the last five years including fan favorites Intertwined, One-Hit Wonder and Lady-Bird. www.fabricesapolsky.com
Will Torres has worked professionally in the comic book industry for over 20 years and is the creator/writer/artist on his self-publish line of comic books Mr. Venture, Killborg, Saint of Assassins and his NEW title Vision Quest Universe. Torres has recently provided art for Scorpion Comics The Boys Dear Becky #1 as the virgin variant cover artist, Dynamite Entertainment (Red Sonja #5 Spotlight artist, Bettie Page/Vampirella 50th Anniversary trading cards sketch card artist), and Marvel Comics (Thunderbolts #5/Domino #6 pinup artist).
He has also supplied art and storyboards for independent films Victoria Justice’s Naomi and Eli’s No Kiss List (film prop art) and indie comedy film Superior Powers (art director). He’s also participated in various charity activities for the Hero Initiative at comic cons throughout the states. Aside from the comic book industry, in the past, he has dabbled in the music and film industry as a musical adaption artist and a background actor. Torres wishes for all artist to remember to live a life worth remembering!
Adam Lenker and his Dalek
Calling all Doctor Who Fans! Come out and get your pictures taken with this life size Dalek. We promise it won’t “Exterminate!” you.
Alliance for Heroic Hearts
Based at University Park with volunteers comprised of Penn State students, the Alliance of Heroic Hearts is a non-profit organization with the sole purpose of bringing out the hero in ordinary people. If you would like to get your face painted, have a balloon animal made, or just get a picture with their many cosplayers, go visit their station at the convention! http://www.allianceofheroichearts.org/index.php
Garrison Carida is the Central and Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the 501st Legion. The 501st, also known as “Vader’s Fist”, is truly dedicated to brightening the lives of those less-fortunate and has become a leading force in fan-based charity events. https://501stgarrisoncarida.org/
Malachor Temple (PA Chapter of the Saber Guild)
Would you like to learn the ways of the force or learn how to wield a lightsaber? This preferred Lucasfilm lightsaber performance group will be holding free presentations and Padawan Training Sessions. The Padawan Training Sessions will also be free and there will be multiple children as well as adult training sessions. Sign-ups and release forms will be at the Malachor Temple’s booth! https://saberguild.org/
The Penn State All-Sports Museum
At the Penn State All-Sports Museum, visitors encounter, firsthand, the athletic history and heritage of one of the greatest universities in the nation. Staff from the museum will just have a small sample of the many artifacts available at the museum! www.gopsusports.com/sports/2018/8/8/all-sports-museum-psu-all-sports-museum-html.aspx
The USS Solstice (NCC 1221) is the Greensburg, PA based chapter of STARFLEET, the International Fan Association, Inc of Star Trek. The Solstice is a ship in the 7th Fleet with the mission to participate in social activities and educate the public in the science of Star Trek and Astronomy!
Come out and get a picture with the crew on the bridge, or get assimilated by a Borg! www.starfleet.center/about-the-solstice-crew