Ron Randall is the creator and writer/artist of the scif-fi comic series TREKKER, featuring bounty hunter Mercy St. Clair.
In addition to his work on TREKKER, Ron is known for his work with DC, Marvel, Dark Horse and others on titles as varied as Supergirl, Star Wars, Swamp Thing, Venom, Predator, Justice League, and many more.
Currently Ron is funding the continuing of his passion project, TREKKER, through a series of highly successful Kickstarters.
Quoted from Ron’s website:
"Throughout my thirty-plus years of work in comics, storyboards and commercial illustration, my goal has remained to always to put my drawings in the service of clear and compelling communication. And that job never grows old.”
Stephanie Nadolny is an American voice actress with well over 33 years of voice acting experience with voice roles in television series, films, commercials, radio spots, anime dubbing, tv specials, and video games.
She is most known for her English dubbing role as the child version of Goku, the protagonist of the Dragon Ball series and the child version of Goku’s son, Gohan, in Dragon Ball Z. She reprised both roles in several Dragon Ball related video games and media. She formerly worked for Funimation and ADV Films.
In 2013, Stephanie voiced K.O. in the pilot of the Cartoon Network Series original program Lakewood Plaza Turbo and Cartoon Network’s “OK K.O! Let’s Be Heroes” from 2017 to 2018.
Keith Tucker is a veteran animation and comics art professional. He is a top animation storyboard artist for studios including Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, and Marvel.
Keith is best known for his storyboard work for cartoon shows of the eighties and nineties such as Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, Tiny Tunes, He-Man, Rescue Rangers, Duck Tailes, GI Joe, Transformers, Spiderman, GhostBusters and many others.
Keith’s comic book work includes two years as a cover artist for Disney Comics and he penciled Roger Rabit, Recue Rangers, Goofy, etc.
His film credits include creating animated sequences for “John Carpenter’s The Thing”, “Robo Cop 3”, “Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan” and additional films.
Colleen is a disabled cosplay and
youtuber from the Pacific Northwest. Through her YouTube channel, she shares tutorials for how to make your own costumes including sewing, foam work, prop building, wig styling, and makeup.
In addition, Colleen uses her YouTube platform to share her experiences as a cosplayer including convention vlogs and reviews from conventions she attends. Covering the unique intersection between disability and cosplay, she covers topics such as accessibility in cosplay spaces and how to make cosplay more inclusive for disabled cosplayers.
She has competed in cosplay competitions and cosplay lip sync battles winning awards for craftsmanship and adaptive dance.
Yuki is a freelance artist based in Oregon. She has taught herself through years of creating comics, using traditional and digital media to produce a wide range of art styles.
Her newest work is the Webtoon original series, “Gates of Hell”, co-created with Dennis Culver.
Her previous work includes “Golgotha” (Image/Top Cow), “GameSpace” (Phoenix Dreams Publishing), along with several self-published mini-comics and books such as “Illustrated Moments of the Lewis and Clark Expedition”.
She loves tea, donuts, and collecting cute things.
Melanie Kohn was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She started in theatre at three years old. Her first on screen performance was in The Godfather as an extra.
Melanie went on to voice the Charles Schulz's Peanuts character "Lucy" from 1974 to 1977 in four specials, two commercials and a full-length movie.
Melanie has worked in radio as an announcer and marketing specialist. She enjoyed writing and voicing many of her clients' ads.
Television special - "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown"
Television special - "It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown"
Television special - "It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown"
Television special - "You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown"
Film - "Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown"
TV Commercials - Weber's Bread and Millbrook Bread
Z Fighters Worldwide will be returning to our 2023 Mid Valley Comic Art Expo!
They are a charity base "Dragon Ball Z" themed cosplay group dedicated to helping their communities by doing charitable causes to help out those in need and to bring smiles to fans of all ages. This cosplay group was founded in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and it is open to anyone anywhere in the United States or around the world.
Event Note: "Dragon Ball Z" is definitely a pop culture phenomenon — created in 1989 and brought to the USA in 1996. The anime series (and its accompanying animated movies) is about a group of warriors defending the earth from various strange and powerful threats was a watershed moment for the rising popularity of Japanese animation world-wide.
The Original Neontendo will be returning for our 2023 Mid Valley Valley Comic Expo!
Here is your chance to stop by and check out this amazing Mario themed car. It is fully equipped with retro Nintendo video game systems letting people enjoy hands-on interactive gaming which includes playing the Original Classic Nintendo NES video games along with the Super Nintendo games and two Classic Gameboys, so definitely check out this car as you will enjoy your retro game experience.
As an added bonus for kids (17 and under) who stop by the Neontendo, they can receive a free “Mario Hot Wheels” from the #mariocarforallkids movement. Please do note that we have a limited supply of these cars and will hand them out while supplies last.