Artists & Guests
Below is a sneak peak at some of the awesome guests and artists who will be attending The Great Allentown Comic Con's upcoming show. We promise there's more artists & guests attending the upcoming show.Click here for a FULL list of artists & guests attending the upcoming show!
Nicholas Brendon is best known to audiences as Xander Harris, the sardonic best friend who assisted "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" for the entire seven-year run of the cult series. After more than 10 years away from the series, he’s currently enjoying a return to Sunnydale -- this time as a co-writer for portions of Dark Horse Comics’ series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10.” MORE ON NICHOLAS BRENDON!
Austin St. John
Austin St. John (born Jason Geiger) is an American actor born on September 17, 1975. St. John portrayed Jason Lee Scott in all of his incarnations, starting with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and ending with Power Rangers: Wild Force. St. John has been practicing martial arts since he was five and now holds a second-degree black belt in Tae-Kwon Do, a first-degree black belt in Judo, and he also practices Shenkito and Kenpo. MORE ON AUSTIN ST. JOHN!
After graduating from the Sequential Art program at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005, Rebekah got her first published comics work drawing "The After Hours" for the Twilight Zone series of graphic novels from Walker Publishing. Soon after, she moved to Devil's Due Publishing, where she started out as a guest artist on Hack/Slash before working as series artist on Drafted and a Sheena miniseries. She is currently penciling and inking Angel & Faith for Dark Horse Comics, with writer Christos Gage and Executive Producer Joss Whedon.
MORE ON REBEKAH ISAACS!
We are VERY excited to announce that ROGER JACKSON will be making his FIRST APPEARANCE EVER in PENNSYVANIA at The Great Allentown Comic Con! Roger is best known for his role as the voice of Ghostface in the Scream slasher films. He also does the voice of the maniacal monkey genius Mojo JoJo, The Rowdyruff Boy, and Butch on The Powerpuff Girls. MORE ON ROGER JACKSON!
Ashley's first acting job was as Aisha Campbell, the second Yellow Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, replacing the late Thuy Trang (Trini Kwan). Staying on for two years, Ashley left the show in 1996. She was replaced by Nakia Burrise (Tanya) for Power Rangers: Zeo. Her last Power Rangers appearance was in the finale for the third season of the series. MORE ON KARAN ASHLEY!
Nicole Marie Jean
Nicole Marie Jean is a cosplayer, artist, sculptor and designer from Boston, Massachusetts. Nicole began her journey into the cosplay and convention world in 2011. It was the previously year that she discovered what cosplay was. Nicole fell in love with the idea of being able to combine her love of comics and art to bring her favorite characters to life. During the past two years she has traveled around the country for numerous events and conventions as both an attendee and a guest. MORE ON NICOLE MARIE JEAN!
Riki Lecotey "Riddle"
Riki appeared on both seasons of SYFY’s reality show “Heroes of Cosplay” and won the highest amount of awards during her time on the show. She was introduced to gaming and anime at an early age, it was only a matter of time before Riki LeCotey would find the best way to express her fandom: cosplay. According to Riki “each costume presents its own set of challenges, requiring me to learn new skills like translation, sculpting, molding, casting and of course, sewing.” MORE ON RIKI!
Bob McLeod is a comic book artist best known for his art on titles such as New Mutants (which he co-created), Action Comics and Star Wars. As an inker as well as his work as an inker on The Amazing Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk, New Titans, Web of Spider-Man and Wonder Woman. MORE ON BOB MCLEOD!
Charles Paul Wilson III
Charles Paul Wilson III is the illustrator and co-creator of The New York Times Best-Selling Graphic Novel The Stuff of Legend, published by Th3rd World Studios, as well as the illustrator for Joe Hill's graphic novel WRAITH for IDW. His drawings can also be found in the pages and on the covers of BOOM! Studios, Archaia, Image, DC and Marvel Comics. MORE ON CHARLES PAUL WILSON III!
Bryan J.L. Glass
Bryan J.L. Glass is the multiple Harvey Award winning co-creator/writer of The Mice Templar from Image Comics, and of Furious from Dark Horse Comics. A contributor to DC Comics' Adventures of Superman, his Marvel Comics credentials include Thor: First Thunder and Valkyrie, as well as adapting Magician, the Riftwar Saga and Cirque du Soleil's KÀ. Special projects have included Thor: Son of Asgard video game and Thor: Valor for Burger King's Kids Club. MORE ON BRYAN J.L. GLASS!
Bill Spangler is returning to the Robotech universe this summer as co-writer of Robotech/Voltron, a five-issue limited series from Dynamite Entertainment. His other Robo-credits include "The Malcontent Uprisings," "Invid War" and "Return To Macross." In addition, he has written original comic book stories based on Tom Corbett, Space Cadet ; Alien Nation and Quantum Leap. MORE ON BILL SPANGLER!
Brimstone has had a successful and rewarding career participating in and administering numerous entertainment careers spanning well over three decades - boasting a list of titles including professional wrestler, actor, author, philanthropist, food critic and comic book/animated/video game/children's book hero. MORE ON BRIMSTONE!