Guest Celebrities, Artists & Groups

As we get closer to the event, we will be adding more guests to the convention! Make sure you follow us on Facebook and check back as our guest list grows!

Celebrities

Jon Allen

Jon Allen

Jon is known as the voice of Mr. Poopy Butthole from Rick and Morty, Commander Zack Lowe from Gundam, Sonny from Tasty Tales from the Food Truckers, Nigrissi from Dragon Ball plus many other voices and shows!

Ryan Brown as Dwight Schrute

Ryan Brown

Ryan is from St. Clairsville, Ohio and travels all over the country in order to raise money for animal charities, specifically Kitty Komrades. They are a cat rescue in Belmont County, Ohio and they do great things to make sure felines find homes. His mission is to help them continue the work they do and grow while giving the people who choose to meet him a great experience! He donates all of his profits from his appearances to helping the animals. Ryan will be there with an official Office desk signed by many of the cast members plus he will have Office merchandise for sale with the proceeds going to Kitty Komrades.

If you enjoyed watching The Office, you have to come out and meet our very own Dwight Schrute, Ryan Brown!

Bobby Constanzo

Bobby Constanzo

Robert Costanzo is an American actor from Brooklyn, New York who is known for voicing Harvey Bullock in various Batman Adventures cartoons and Arkham Origins video game. He also voiced Philoctetes in the Hercules Animated Series and Kingdom Hearts. He also acted in Saturday Night Fever, Friends, Total Recall, The 4th Floor, The Golden Girls, Lois and Clark, Hannah Montana and Die Hard 2.

Eric Erickson

Eric Erickson

Eric has starred in popular genre films such as Dam Sharks and Jurassic Galaxy and the smash cult hit Snake Outta Compton. He wrote, directed and starred in the award-winning thriller Truth. He played the villainous Big Joe in the popular video game Life is Strange 2. As an author, Eric wrote the science fiction novel Ascension and the upcoming Virginia Dare, a part of the Torch Universe literary series he created. Eric is also the host of the popular podcast The Open Highway and wrote the #1 bestseller How to Start a Podcast in Less Than a Day.

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Susanna Malak

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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Christine Galey

Christine Galey

Christine is famously known for being the first female to play R2-D2! When you see R2-D2 in the Book of Boba Fett, that is Christine! In the Mandalorian, she has played a tripod droid as well as R5-D4!

James Urbaniak

James Urbaniak

Best known as Dr. Venture from the Venture Bros., he also voices the Doctor's brother Jonas Venture Junior and the super-villain Phantom Limb. Urbaniak is more than a voice actor, having parts in Oppenhiemer, The Fablemanns and American Splendor!

Bruce Wechtenhiser

Bruce Wechtenhiser

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

Artists

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Scott Hanna

Scott Hanna is an inker in the comic book industry. He has worked with DC Comics and Marvel. He started his career as an inker for Eternity Comics. He then worked for DC at Detective Comics for five years, completing storylines as Knightfall; Contagion; Legacy and Cataclysm. He then worked for Marvel Comics for decades and inked almost every major character. He is currently working on Amazing Spider-Man with John Romita Jr.

Brian Middleton

Brian Middleton

Brian Middleton 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! He continued drawing as the years went on and wrote several short stories. Eventually he married the woman of his dreams and together they started a family. At this point his mind began to drift back to his first creative passion: comic books! 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. The three issue mini-series, published by Scout Comics, released in February 2019 to rave reviews. Reading With A Flight Ring called the book "an understated masterpiece of fiction" and called Brian "a madman, a fool and a genius", which, as far as anyone knows, is all true. With the creation of Wulfborne complete Brian has turned his creative attention toward his next project, Poiko's Quests and Stuff. The rest of his attention is focused squarely on his one wonderful wife, two beautiful daughters and six (feel free, dear reader, to fill in here the adjective of your choice) cats.

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Kevin Conrad

Conrad’s lifelong dream was to illustrate for comics, and he grew tired of the lack of creativity in the commercial work that would come his way.  His friend, Greg Capullo, included some sample X-Force pages that Conrad inked over him to his editor, Bob Harras, at Marvel. The result was immediate work as a contributing inker on X-Force, working over Greg’s pencils as well as nearly all of Marvel’s ‘X’ titles and their spin-offs. He was promoted to regular inker of X-Force starting with issue # 38, teaming up with then up-and-coming penciller Tony Daniel, and, over the course of many years, continued to accent each other’s work. After their collaboration on X-Force, they were both hired by Todd McFarlane to be the creative talent behind the Spawn mini-series; Spawn: Bloodfeud.

Assisting with the inking chores on the regular series, Spawn from issue 22 to 39, he then joined Tony again to illustrate the even numbered Spawn issues from # 40 through # 50. Following his run on Spawn, he contributed to many projects from the ‘big three’, finally landing his dream job and what he considers the pinnacle of his career — the inker for KISS: Psycho Circus. After 31 issues and two pencillers, the KISS series finally came to an end, but not before he had the chance to pencil the final cover, with KPC penciller Clayton Crain inking it.

Following the end of KPC, he headed over to Spawn: The Dark Ages with Nat Jones as penciler, inking issues 15 to it’s last issue, 28.

Jose Jaro

Jose Jaro

Jose Jaro is a freelance comic book artist who has contributed to various projects. He has worked with Lion Forge Comics, where he was both a penciler and inker for the series Incidentals1. Jaro also collaborated on the comic Fortune Finder, which is set in the city of Sigil within the Dungeons & Dragons multiverse. The first issue of this five-issue series was published by IDW Publishing and written by Jim Zub. Jaro provided the artwork for Fortune Finder #1. For more about Jose Jaro’s impact in comics, you can explore his work on Key Collector Comics or follow his art on Facebook. 

Wayne Faucher

Wayne Faucher

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.

Mark McKenna

Mark McKenna

Mark McKenna is a professional comic book inker and artist. He has an impressive track record spanning 24 years, during which he contributed to both Marvel and DC Comics.  His first published work for DC Comics was in 1988 on the title Doctor Fate. Later, he worked on other DC titles such as Animal Man, L.E.G.I.O.N., and Doom Patrol. McKenna’s extensive portfolio includes work on popular characters like Batman, Wolverine, Iron Man, and The Incredible Hulk. He has also contributed to the Star Wars universe, with close to 600 comics bearing his ink lines.

Groups

Adam Lenker & Dalek

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

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

Garrison Carida

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

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/

PSU All Sports Museum

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

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