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Adam Kubert
Adam Kubert is a comic book artist known for his work for publishers such as Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and DC Comics, including work on Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Incredible Hulk, Wolverine, Spider-Man, Superman and Ghost Rider. Kubert has established himself as one of the leading artists in comics, having been rated by Wizard magazine as one of the "Hot 10 Writers and Artists" in the industry.He is the son of Joe Kubert and brother of Andy Kubert, both comic book artists a .....more»



Appears:
2010-09-29: Talking Comics with Adam Kubert
 


 
Al Gordon
Alan Gordon is a comic book creator primarily known as an inker and writer. He is best known for his 1990s work on DC Comics' Legion of Super Heroesand the Justice League Of America, Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four, and Image Comics' creator-owned WildStar.

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Appears:
2010-09-16: Marvel on TV
 


 
Alyne Pustanio
Alyne Pustanio is one of the leading paranormal experts in New Orleans and the surrounding region. Unparalleled in her knowledge of the folklore and genuine history of haunted New Orleans, Alyne takes you beyond the “tour gore” and “fakelore” into the real heart of the Most Haunted City in America. Alyne has held audiences spellbound all over the country as an engaging public speaker. A sixth-generation New Orleanian, a descendant of the family of American classical composer Louis Moreau Gott .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-07: Geeking Out About Paranormal Activities
 


 
Andrew Farago
Andrew Farago is the curator of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. He is a columnist from Animation World Network and a regular moderator at Wondercon. He lives in San Francisco. .....more»

The Cartoon Art Museum

Appears:
2010-10-18: Talking Tower Prep with Paul Dini
 


 
Asif Gill
Asif Gill is a software engineer and artist whose longtime passion for the Japanese language and culture was enhanced by a 48 day sojourn in Tokyo, Japan in 2009. Armed with the luxury of free time, a sketchbook and pen, and his unique sense of humor and outlook on life, Asif spent his days and nights exploring the Harajuku, Shibuya, Shinjuku sectors of Tokyo and has documented his experiences in a forthcoming unique graphic travelogue, 48 Days in Harajuku, Tokyo. Asif’s sketches and stories bri .....more»

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Appears:
2010-11-02: A Journey to Tokyo with Asif Gill
 


 
Bob Gale
Gale was born in University City, Missouri, the son of Maxine (née Kippel), an art dealer and violinist, and Mark R. Gale, an attorney.[1] As a teen, he created his own comic book, The Green Vomit, using spirit duplication, and also co-founded a popular comic book club in St. Louis. Later, he and his brother, Charles Gale, made his own amateur three-film series parody of the Republic Pictures Commando Cody serials, using the character name "Commando Cus". The last two of these were made in colla .....more»

Bob Gale on IMDB

Appears:
2010-10-27: Back to the Future Day
 


 
Brent Anderson
rent Anderson was born in San Jose, California. A child of the 50s, his favorite comics --on the rare occasions he was allowed to read them --were Archie, Stumbo the Giant, Hot Stuff, and Dennis the Menace. His mother favored classical children's literature. In junior high school Brent discovered the wonderful pantheon of characters in Marvel Comics. The Fantastic Four were his favorite. "They were a family who had super-powers and helped each other out. I wanted to be part of a family like tha .....more»

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Appears:
2010-09-16: Marvel on TV
 


 
Brothers Strause
Brothers Greg and Colin Strause (known as Brothers Strause) are a directing duo and special effects artists who grew up in the suburbs of Chicago.They began experimenting with visual effects in their early teens. In 1995, they moved to Los Angeles and started working on the special effects for The X-Files film. From there they moved on to big-budget hits such as The Nutty Professor, Volcano, and the iceberg sequence of the Academy Award-winning Titanic. They then broke into the music video and c .....more»

The Brothers Strause on IMDB

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2010-11-03: The Brothers Strause & Skyline
 


 
Chloë Moretz
Chloë Grace Moretz was born on February 10, 1997 in Atlanta, Georgia. At the mere age of 12, Chloë already has over 5 years of experience in the entertainment industry, thanks to catching the “acting bug” after practicing lines with her older brother Trevor, who was studying at the Professional Performing Arts High School in NYC at the time. Chloë’s first acting gig came in 2004, when she played Violet in two episodes of the television show, “The Guardian.” A year later, she appeared in two film .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-01: Actress Chloe Moretz
 


 
Claude Errera
Claude Errera is the founder and webmaster of halo.bungie.org, a popular Halo fansite. Errera goes by the user name Louis Wu. The name "Louis Wu" is originally a character from the book Ringworld, a major inspiration source of Bungie.His devotion to Bungie and Halo earned him a "Special Thanks" credit at the end of Halo: Combat Evolved, as well as a character, Corporal C. Errera, named after him. He was interviewed in the Halo 2: Collectors Edition DVD, where he discusses the Halo multiplayer ma .....more»

halo.bungie.org

Appears:
2010-09-15: Halo: Reach Release
 


 
Claudia Wells
Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she grew up in San Francisco. After appearances in TV shows, Wells played Jennifer Parker, Marty McFly's girlfriend, on the 1985 film Back to the Future. However, her mother had been diagnosed with cancer, so Wells was not available to reprise the role for the two sequels; Elizabeth Shue replaced her. Also in 1985, Wells co-starred in Stop the Madness, an anti-drug music video sponsored by the Reagan administration, featuring several famous musicians, actors and a .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-27: Back to the Future Day
 


 
Dan Wickline
Dan Wickline is a writer/photographer/bassist living in Los Angeles, CA. In comics he has written for the 30 Days of Night and Grimm Fairy Tales franchises as well as the on-going ShadowHawk and 1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad. He's also written prose for characters such as The Phantom, The Green Hornet and his own creation Lucius Fogg. As a photographer, Dan has been featured in numerous gallery shows as well as a collection of his black & white work published under the title Priv .....more»

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Appears:
2010-09-02: The HERO Initiative
 


 
Daniel Cooney
Daniel Cooney is an accomplished comics writer, educator and illustrator of such books as Valentine and the soon-to-be-released The Tommy Gun Dolls. Cooney has established himself as an illustrator for various book publishers, and licensed properties of comics, television and film. Cooney resides in the San Francisco Bay area with his wife and their newborn son Dashiell, where he teaches writing and drawing comics at the Academy of Art University. .....more»

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Appears:
2010-11-01: A.P.E. Day Part Two
 


 
David Talbot
David Talbot, hailed as a "pioneer of online journalism" by The New York Times, is the founder and former editor-in-chief of Salon. He has worked as a senior editor for Mother Jones magazine and as a features editor for the San Francisco Examiner. Talbot has written for The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and other publications. He lives with his family in San Francisco. .....more»

The official Pulp History Facebook Page

Appears:
2010-10-28: Devil Dogs, Elephantmen and Unemployment Man
 


 
Eileen Dietz
From the Oscar winning film, THE EXORCIST, and the Emmy winning movie-of-the-week, HELTER SKELTER, to the Emmy winning daytime drama, GENERAL HOSPITAL, and the Tony winning play, STEAMBATH, Eileen Dietz has been involved in some of the best and most exciting projects in the motion picture and television industry. .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-12: Comicon Update and The Spirit of Halloween
 


 
Ethan Gilsdorf
After playing Dungeons & Dragons religiously in the 1970s and 1980s, Ethan Gilsdorf went on to become a poet, teacher, and journalist. In the U.S. and in Paris, he's worked as a freelance correspondent, guidebook writer, and film and restaurant reviewer. Now based in Somerville, Massachusetts, he publishes travel, arts, and pop culture stories regularly in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and Christian Science Monitor, and has been published in other magazines and newspapers including National .....more»

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Appears:
2010-09-01: Gaming Geeks and the Sons of Liberty
 


 
Greg Martin
Greg Martin grew up about as far away from the ocean as you can get in a very small town in Kansas. At an early age he found a love for the deep blue sea through watching programs like Sea Hunt and the Jacques Cousteau specials. It was during high school that he had the opportunity to take a basic scuba class. It was a weekly 80 mile round trip that culminated in a basic scuba certification in the summer of 1976. Shortly after graduating he was hired as a part-time Sunday night disc jockey at a .....more»

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Appears:
2010-08-10: The Roddenberry Dive Team
 


 
James Tolkan
Tolkan is best known for his role in the 1985 film Back to the Future as the strict, disciplinarian Hill Valley High School principal Gerald Strickland. He referred to Marty McFly, his father, and Biff Tannen derisively as "slackers." He reprised the role in the 1989 sequel Back to the Future Part II, where unnamed gang members made a drive-by assault on him in a bleak alternate present (then 1985) - he also referred to these criminals as "slackers" as he shot back. In 1990, he played the part o .....more»



Appears:
2010-10-27: Back to the Future Day
 


 
Jeff Dwyer
eff Dwyer is a third-generation San Francisco Bay Area native. Born in Oakland and raised in the island community of Alameda, Jeff became a champion swimmer in high school, a lifeguard, and scuba instructor while nurturing his love for local history. As a boy, he explored the old neigbhoods of Alameda, sometimes sneaking into a abandoned Victorian mansions to look for ghosts. About the age of 10, Jeff noticed that he could see things that others could not. He soon realized he was seeing ghosts o .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-25: Ghosthunting and the Romitaman
 


 
Jeph Loeb
Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III is an American film and television writer, producer and award-winning comic book writer. Loeb was a producer/writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost, writer for the films Commando and Teen Wolf and was a writer and Co-Executive Producer on the NBC TV show Heroes from its premiere in 2006 to November 2008. A four-time Eisner Award winner and five-time Wizard Fan Awards winner, Loeb's comic book work, which has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List, includes wo .....more»

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Appears:
2010-09-16: Marvel on TV
 


 
Jim Valentino
Jim Valentino was born in the Bronx, New York in 1952. He started his career in the late 1970s creating small press, self-published comics such as Christmas Comics and Kid Stuf’. His first full-color series, normalman, was published in 1984 by Aardvark-Vanaheim. In 1985, at Renegade Press, he launched his second series, the eponymously-titled Valentino. Jim left comics to work for a time in animation, He returned in 1989 at Marvel, where he re-created the Guardians of the Galaxy series. In 1992, .....more»

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Appears:
2010-09-02: The HERO Initiative
 


 
John Kachuba
John B. Kachuba's new book is Ghosthunters: On the Trail of Mediums, Dowsers, Spirit Seekers, and Other Investigators of America's Paranormal World, published in 2007 by New Page Books. He is also the author of Ghosthunting Illinois and Ghosthunting Ohio, How to Write Funny, and Why is this Job Killing Me? (Co-authored with his wife, Mary A. Newman, PhD). John’s short fiction and nonfiction have been widely published in such publications as: Tin House, Hawai’i Pacific Review, Connecticut Revi .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-12: Comicon Update and The Spirit of Halloween
 


 
Justin Chung
I produce professional art, develop creative ideas, and provide thoughtful and informed advice for companies, organizations, and individuals. Interested in hiring me as an illustrator, creator, or consultant? Contact me at justin@justinchung.com. I\'m also the creator of the award-winning WorldFamousComics.com. Online since 1995, World Famous Comics is updated with exclusive daily content, runs a network of related websites, and represents artists at live appearances.

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World Famous Comics.com

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2010-08-18: Artist Justin Chung
 


 
Ken Denmead
Ken Denmead is the editor of GeekDad, a blog on Wired magazine's Web site. A professional civil engineer, he lives near San Francisco with his wife and two sons, who are both geeks in training.

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Geek Dad Blog

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2010-08-27: Geek Dad & The Last Exorcism
 


 
Nicholas Meyer
Nicholas Meyer is probably best known for his involvement in the Star Trek films. According to his website, it was seeing his first movie The Beggar's Opera (1953) that inspired him to become a filmmaker. He was fascinated by such literary classics as Jules Verne's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" and made an ambitious 8mm film adaptation of "Around the World in 80 Days". His start in the business included work as unit publicist for the Paramount hit Love Story (1970). From that experience he wrot .....more»

Nicholas Meyer at IMDB

Appears:
2010-09-23: Star Trek Day
 


 
Paul Harding
Since 2001, Paul Harding has been running a full-service Sculpture and Illustration creative shop focusing on action figures, statues and book covers. He incorporates many kinds of media including traditional techniques and newer digital tools for both sculpting and illustration. Current clients include Hasbro, DC Direct, Marvel Toys and Little Brown Publishing.

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Appears:
2010-09-14: Geeking out About Action Figures
 


 
Paul Dini
Paul is a writer and producer who works in the television and comic book industries. He is best known as a producer and writer for several Warner Bros./DC Comics animated series, including Star Wars: Ewoks, Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman/Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond and Duck Dodgers. He also developed and scripted Krypto the Superdog and contributed scripts to Animaniacs, Freakazoid, Justice League and Justice League Unlimit .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-18: Talking Tower Prep with Paul Dini
 


 
Paula M. Block
Paula M. Block spent 19 years as publishing director for Paramount Pictures and CBS, and with Terry J. Erdmann, has written numerous books about the entertainment industry, including Star Trek 101, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, and Star Trek: Action!. They live in Oregon. .....more»

Paula's Bibliography

Appears:
2010-09-23: Star Trek Day
 


 
Richard Starkings
Richard Starkings is a British font designer and comic book letterer, editor and writer. He was one of the early pioneers of computer based comic book lettering and as a result is one of the most prolific creators in that industry. Starkings' lettering style was originally inspired by British comic strip letterers Bill Nuttall and Tom Frame. Starkings' UK career began with lettering jobs in 2000 AD's Future Shocks and various strips in Warrior. From there he moved to Marvel UK where he lettered .....more»

Comicraft Website

Appears:
2010-10-28: Devil Dogs, Elephantmen and Unemployment Man
 


 
Rod Roddenberry
Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, Jr., also known as Rod, was born into a family empire that is adored by fans worldwide. He is the son of legendary science fiction producer Gene Roddenberry, whose television series Star Trek changed the face of television. Balancing his personal creativity with the responsibility of his family legacy, it is Eugene's ambition to be the guardian of his father's ideals as well as a champion of their introduction to a new generation. Although Eugene resisted going into th .....more»

Roddenberry Productions Website

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2010-08-10: The Roddenberry Dive Team
 


 
Rod Roddenberry
Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, Jr., also known as Rod, was born into a family empire that is adored by fans worldwide. He is the son of legendary science fiction producer Gene Roddenberry, whose television series Star Trek changed the face of television. Balancing his personal creativity with the responsibility of his family legacy, it is Eugene's ambition to be the guardian of his father's ideals as well as a champion of their introduction to a new generation. Although Eugene resisted going into th .....more»

Roddenberry Productions Website

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2010-09-23: Star Trek Day
 


 
Ryan Van Cleave
Ryan G. Van Cleave, Ph.D., serves as Executive Director and Publisher of C&R Press, a non-profit literary organization. He also teaches writing at The Ringling College of Art + Design and works as a Digital Addiction & Recovery consultant. Dr. Van Cleave resides in Sarasota, FL. .....more»

Unplugged Website

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2010-08-10: The Roddenberry Dive Team
 


 
Scott "Diablo" Marcano
Diablo Productions founder, Scott Marcano, is a native of Southern California. Deciding early in life that his calling was to be a storyteller, Scott completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in filmmaking at the renown New York University Tisch School of the Arts, and continued his graduate film studies at the University of Southern California. Scott left USC after selling his first screenplay to MGM, which became the sucessful comedy "BioDome" starring Pauly Shore and Steven .....more»

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Appears:
2010-10-26: Comic Book Literacy
 


 
Stephen Schochet
Stephen Schochet has worked for over ten years as a tour guide in Los Angeles, collecting literally hundreds of vintage Hollywood Stories to tell to appreciative sightseers. A few years ago he decided to take his tales beyond the tour buses and embarked on several unique and creative entrepreneurial projects. .....more»

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Appears:
2010-08-13: Movie Posters and Hollywood Stories
 


 
Todd Kent
Todd Kent received his Bachelor's Degree in Radio/Television/Film from the University of North Texas where he specialized in television production and documentary field production. Since then he has worked on a variety of TV and video projects like "American Music," "Weekend Welder" and "North Texas Explorer." Kent's documentary work has included writing, producing and directing award winning films such as "Solid Waste: Out of Sight, Out of Mind" (co-produced with Scott Harris), "Fast Food," T .....more»

Learn More About Todd at his Website

Appears:
2010-10-26: Comic Book Literacy
 


 
Tony Pacitti
Tony Pacitti has written for SouthCoast247.com as a features writer and video game reviewer and has had his short science fiction published at 365tomorrows. He has been the writer for the online comics RoboPlanet and The Silencer at Pandemonium Comics. Tony lives in Providence, Rhode Island and is probably watching The Empire Strikes Back on laserdisc at this very moment. .....more»

Tony’s Facebook Fan Page

Appears:
2010-09-20: My Best Friend is a Wookie