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Leah Clark

My Hero Academia, Fairy Tail,

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Katelyn Barr has been working in anime and video games since 2013. Her professional career began with Liliana in Log Horizon and has spanned a wide variety of popular series ever since.

Currently, Katelyn is best known as the voice of Ryuko “Ryukyu” Tatsuma in My Hero Academia, Ophiuchus Shaina in Saint Seiya, Yami/Golden Darkness and Tearju Lunatique in To Love Ru, Baby 5 in One Piece, and Nikki Hanadain Dr. Stone.

Some personal favorite roles of hers are Rim (The Dungeon of Black Company), Hina Hikawa (BanG Dream!), Shoukaku (Azur Lane), Ren Soma (Fruits Basket), Natsumi (Date-A-Live), and Imu (Senran Kagura).

In video games, she can be heard as Niyon from the Granblue Fantasy x Shadowverse universe, Sylma in War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Melinda and various others in Borderlands 3, and several unlockable skins in SMITE.

Katelyn has also worked extensively as a script writer for English dubs, with over 400 episodes of anime adapted to date. Some of the titles on her résumé include Black Clover, Akame ga KILL!, Haikyu!!, and many more.

Katelyn currently resides in Dallas, TX where she works full-time for FUNimation, records projects from her home studio, plays drums, and collects Halloween décor.


Katelyn Barr

Black Clover, My Hero Academia, Saint Seiya, To Love Ru

Katelyn Barr has been working in anime and video games since 2013. Her professional career began with Liliana in Log Horizon and has spanned a wide variety of popular series ever since.

Currently, Katelyn is best known as the voice of Ryuko “Ryukyu” Tatsuma in My Hero Academia, Ophiuchus Shaina in Saint Seiya, Yami/Golden Darkness and Tearju Lunatique in To Love Ru, Baby 5 in One Piece, and Nikki Hanadain Dr. Stone.

Some personal favorite roles of hers are Rim (The Dungeon of Black Company), Hina Hikawa (BanG Dream!), Shoukaku (Azur Lane), Ren Soma (Fruits Basket), Natsumi (Date-A-Live), and Imu (Senran Kagura).

In video games, she can be heard as Niyon from the Granblue Fantasy x Shadowverse universe, Sylma in War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Melinda and various others in Borderlands 3, and several unlockable skins in SMITE.

Katelyn has also worked extensively as a script writer for English dubs, with over 400 episodes of anime adapted to date. Some of the titles on her résumé include Black Clover, Akame ga KILL!, Haikyu!!, and many more.

Katelyn currently resides in Dallas, TX where she works full-time for FUNimation, records projects from her home studio, plays drums, and collects Halloween décor.


Justin Cook is a voice actor, producer, line producer, ADR director and engineer who works for anime series at Funimation/OkraTron 5000 and is most noted for his English dub role as Yusuke Urameshi in YuYu Hakusho. Other notable credits include, Raditz and Dende in Dragonball (all the series, original funimation voice), Hatsuharu in Fruits Basket and Kirishima in My Hero Academia.

Justin Cook

Dragon Ball Z, Fire Force, Fruits Basket, My Hero Academia


Australian born actress Catherine Sutherland, is best known for playing Katherine "Kat" Hillard, the Pink Ranger in the legendary hit kids show, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. She continued her role for three seasons in Power Ranger Zeo, Power Ranger Turbo, and Power Ranger Turbo the Movie. With over 100 episodes filmed in the series, Catherine has most certainly made her mark in the industry. After Power Rangers she went on to perform in the film, The Cell starring Jennifer Lopez, and various


You may recognize her voice on one of your children's toys/games or see her appear in a commercial from time to time. She voiced a character in the online game Battle Battalions. Although, she is rarely in front of the camera these days, Catherine is focusing her creative energy on writing and publishing her first children's book series! Her greatest joy in life is raising her two children with her husband in California.

Catherine Sutherland

Power Rangers


George Lowe

Space Ghost, Robot Chicken,

The Brak Show

George Lowe started his career in radio in 1974 while still in High School. Even then he was known for breaking rules by inserting fake commercials in pre-recorded programming. He moved to WUSF in Tampa while in college, first the FM station then television. 

The next few years he bounced from Q-105 to Magic 96 then it was off to Lakeland, Florida to help a start-up television station get off the ground. He moved to Atlanta in August of 1988 to take a morning show there from worst to first. 

In 1993, after a stint doing promos at TBS, TNT and Turner Home Entertainment, George became the voice of Space Ghost for 11 years in Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Planet, and the Brak Show. 

Today, George is still producing commercials and voicing television and radio out of his house, and he still produces art which is in several major museum collections including the High Museum in Atlanta, The St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, The Georgia Museum, and The Foundation for the Advancement of Self-Taught Art.


Jason Narvy

Power Rangers

Dr. Jason Andrew Narvy is an accomplished film and stage actor from Los Angeles, CA. He is best known for his role as the skinny derelict, Eugene “Skull” Skullovitch in over 300 episodes of Fox Television’s Emmy-nominated Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers as well as 40 episodes as the voice of “Chopper” on Fox’s Masked Rider. While under contract with Fox, Jason also filmed two feature films, Power Rangers The Movie and Power Rangers: Turbo, as well as executing leading roles in two Fox/Family pilots and more video games, tie ins, and Public Service Announcements than he cares to remember.

On stage, Narvy is a frequent contributor to numerous theater companies, including Chicago’s Saltbox Theater Collective, The Chicago Dramatists, Babes with Blades and the Piven Theater. In NYC he’s worked with Dutch Kills Theater Co. and the Human Head Performance Group. In California his experience includes the Bigger Louder Fast Shakespeare and countless local productions spanning 25 years.

His most recent roles include Capt. Charles McVay II in the Jeff Award Winning play In the Soundless Awe (Chicago and Indianapolis Productions), the title role in Macbeth for Saltbox Theater Company (summer 2019), Obfuscation 2.0 for the New Orleans Infringe Festival, and as Bela Lugosi in the cast recording for the upcoming musical Pink Angora Sweater. His work with ISA lead to a collaboration with the USS Indianapolis Survivor’s Reunion, for which Narvy was honored to serve as the keynote speaker in 2018.

In recent years, he has turned his attention to directing and to the academic instruction of acting, earning a Masters of Letters in directing for Shakespearean performance with the American Shakespeare Center and a PhD with University of California at Santa Barbara. He now serves as the chair for the Department of Theater, Concordia University Chicago.

Alexis Tipton

My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball Z, Fairy Tail, Fire Force


Alexis Tipton has been working in the dubbing industry since 2008 and has loved every minute of it. She can be heard in over 250 titles so far with more announcements on the way!

Some of her dub credits include Yoshino Koharu(Sakura Quest), Mei Hatsume (My Hero Academia), Mariella (Black Clover), Kongou(Kancolle), Merle (FUNimation Re-Dub of Escaflowne), Kid Trunks (Dragonball Super), Pearl Fey (Ace Attorney), Chu Chu (Show by Rock!), Hana Midorikawa (Prison School), Tamazo (Puzzle and Dragons X), Honey (Space Dandy), Kazane Aoba (Keijo!!!!!!!!), Rena Kariu(ReLIFE), Kofuku (Noragami), Saya Kisaragi(Blood C/The Last Dark), Inori Yuzuriha/Mana Ouma (Guilty Crown), Rika Shiguma (Haganai), Kurumi Tokisaki (Date A Live), Julia Crichton (FMA: The Sacred Star of Milos), Moka Akashiya(Rosario+Vampire), Musubi (Sekirei), MizukiHimeji (Baka and Test), Yomi Isayama (Ga-Rei: Zero), Sun Seto (My Bride is a Mermaid), and many more (full list of credits can be found on Anime News Network).

On top of anime dub work, her voice can also be heard in a number of video games including NeiR: Automata as Pascal, Tales of Zestiria as Alisha, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia/FE Heroes as Clair, Fire Emblem Warriors/FE Heroes as Lucina, Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven as Beatrix and Sarine, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ as Gotenks/Kid Trunks, Mad Nurse Demon/The Forsaken Empress in DreadEye VR, and more. She can also be heard in various foreign live action film dubs, most notably as Kaoru Kamiya in the live action Rurouni Kenshin trilogy.

Alexis is also an ADR director for FUNimation and has directed shows such as Masamune’s Revenge, World End, Restaurant to Another World, Conception, and more. She has also provided vocals for various character songs and a few of FUNimation’s trailers. Alexis is also a stage and film actress. She lives and works in Dallas, Texas but also works in Los Angeles, California.

Follow Alexis on Twitter @AlexisTiptonVA or Instagram @alexistiptonactress


Mikal Mosley


Christopher Wehkamp brings characters to life in anime and video games for studios like FUNimation Entertainment, Sentai Filmworks, Gearbox Games, Hi-Rez Studios, Big Fish Games and more.  His popular roles include Shota ‘Eraserhead’ Aizawa (My Hero Academia), Majora (Dragon Ball Super), Susumu Kodai (Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199), Takehisa Hinawa (Fire Force), Miles Edgeworth (Ace Attorney), Mori Ougai (Meiji Tokyo Renka), Phil (Attack on Titan), Shingo Shoji (Initial D: Racer), Inazuma (One Piece), Mest Gryder and Ren (Fairy Tail) and both Kisho Arima and Tatara (Tokyo Ghoul). As for video games, Christopher appears in Gearbox Software highly  anticipated  “Borderlands 3” as ruthless Maliwan executive Katagawa Jr.

Chris Wehkamp

My Hero Academia, Ace Attorney series, Attack on Titan, Tokyo Ghoul, RWBY


Carey Means is known for being the voice of Frylock on the Adult Swim TV show Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

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.

Carey Means

Aqua Teen Hunger Force,

The Brak Show

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Guy Hutchinson is the author of the Disney cocktail guide Bibbity Boozity Book as well as the macabre theme park novel Ghost Memoirs: Disney After Death. Along with Dana Snyder, Hutchinson hosts the award winning podcast Drunk On Disney which has entertained live audiences around the country. Hutchinson is also the author of the official Sesame Place book detailing the history of Sea World’s Sesame Street theme park in Pennsylvania. 

Guy Hutchinson

Bibbity Boozity Book,

Ghost Memoirs: Disney After Death

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Aaron Reynolds is the author of Effin’ Birds: A Field Guide To Identification, which for seven days in 2019 was the bestselling book by any Canadian not named Margaret Atwood. He is the human behind @swear_trek and Webby Award winner @effinbirds on social media, and one time a raccoon climbed into his hammock with him.

Aaron Reynolds

Effin Birds


Lindsay Seidel began her professional acting career at the age of 10 when she was hired to be the voice of textbooks used to teach Japanese children English.

In the years since then, her voice has been heard on television, radio, video games, and over 100 anime shows with Funimation. Her work in voice over was recognized by Behind the Voice Actors, who named her "Voice Actress of the Year" in 2015.

Lindsay is known for voicing a diverse range of anime characters in various shows, including My Hero Academia (Nejire), Assassination Classroom (Nagisa), Fairy Tail (Romeo and Angel), Tokyo Ghoul (Eto), Steins;Gate (Ruka), One Piece (Boa Sandersonia), and many more!

She also voices characters in several popular video games, including Smite (Neith) and Paladins (Cassie).

Lindsay Seidel

Attack on Titan, Danganronpa, My Hero Academia, Steins Gate, Tokyo Ghoul


Emily Neves - Cancelled

Sadly, Emily Neves will not be able to make it to CFCC 2022

EMILY NEVES is a voice actor, director, and script writer for FUNimation Studios, Oktratron 5000, and Sentai Filmworks. Fans might remember her from such titles as My Hero Academia (Sirius), Tokyo Ghoul: Re (Nutcracker), Pop Team Epic (Popuko, ADR script writer), Magical Girl Raising Project (Ruler), Angel Beats (Kanade “Angel” Tachibana), Clannad (Kotomi Ichinose), Future Diary (Uryuu Minene), Himouto: Umaru-chan! (Umaru Doma), Watamote (Yuu Naruse, ADR director), Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for Spirits (Aoi Tsubaki, ADR scriptwriter), Starship Troopers: Invasion (Trig, Motion Capture), Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars (Amy Snapp, Motion Capture), From the New World (Saki Watanabe), Grave of the Fireflies (Setsuko), and many, many more! Other directing credits include: Death March to the Parallel World: Rhapsody; Maid-sama; Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions; Rozen maiden: Zurückspulen; and Dog and Scissors. Other ADR script writing credits include: Snow White with the Red Hair, Classroom of the Elite, Urahara, Ushio and Tora, Hyouka, Yona of the Dawn, and more. Emily is also an accomplished stage actor, theatre director, playwright, and screenwriter.


Dana Snyder is a comedian, actor, producer, voice artist, and man about town! He is best known as the voice of Master Shake in AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE, Granny in SQUIDBILLIES, The Alchemist in THE VENTURE BROS., Gazpacho in CHOWDER, Mr. Baldwin in FISH HOOKS, and Lucas on YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING TO HELL. His latest and upcoming roles are as Plastic Man in JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION and Graballa the Hutt in LEGO STAR WARS: THE FREE MAKER ADVENTURES, The Thundermans, Venture Bros (coming 2022), and The Ghost and Molly McGee (Disney Channel and Disney Plus)

Dana Snyder

Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Chowder

Amanda Conner - Cancelled

Sadly, Amanda Conner will not be able to make it to CFCC 2022


Amanda Conner has worked on many of the top titles in comics, such as LOIS LANE, CODENAME: KNOCKOUT, and BIRDS OF PREY for DC Comics, X-MEN UNLIMITED for Marvel, GATECRASHER for Blackbull Comics (which she also co-created), and THE PRO, an Eisner-nominated creator-owned book for Image Comics with Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis. Recently she worked on the highly successful BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE series with Eisner-winning creator Darwyn Cooke.

Amanda’s work can also be seen outside the comic-book community, in such places as ABC’s Nightline, New York Times, MAD Magazine, Arm & Hammer, PlaySchool, and Nickelodeon. She has also done monthly spot illustrations for REVOLVER magazine and has enjoyed a huge success with the DC Comics title HARLEY QUINN with Jimmy Palmiotti.  Her collaboration with pop sensation Ingrid Michaelson was industry celebrated.  Additionally, her work has been featured and spotlighted on the award-winning CBS comedy series The Big Bang Theory, where her artwork was used for multiple episodes.

She continuously produces cover work for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and an assortment of independent titles.  Her involvement with DC and Warner Brothers for the Harley Quinn animated series along with several characters and themes leveraged for the cartoon and motion pictures are evident.


Josh Grelle - Cancelled

Sadly, Josh Grelle will not be able to make it to CFCC 2022


James C Mulligan

Disney Artist

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Howie Noel

Tara Normal, Float

Dick Tracy Rogues' Gallery

Jimmy Palmiotti - Cancelled

Sadly, Jimmy Palmiotti will not be able to make it to CFCC 2022


Writer, Editor and Creator. Multi Award winning character creator with a wide range of experience in advertising, production, consulting, editorial, film writing, development and production, media presentation and video game development. Just a few of his clients include Nike, Nickelodeon, Universal pictures, Disney, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks, Lion's Gate, Vidmark, Starz, Fox Atomic, Alliance films, New Line, Spike TV, MTV, 2kgames, Midway, Radical games, Activision, and THQ games.

Co-founder of such companies as Event Comics, Black Bull Media, Marvel Knights, a division of marvel comics, and the current Paperfilms, where he is partners with Amanda Conner. Together they have created and co-created numerous universes, comics, TV series and characters including: The New West, Monolith, 21 Down, The Resistance, The Pro, Gatecrasher, Beautiful killer, Ash, Cloudburst, Trigger Girl 6, Thrill Seeker, Trailblazer, Ballerina, The Twilight Experiment, Killing Time in America, Rage, Queen Crab, Retrovirus, Pop Kill and the TV series, Painkiller Jane.  Other titles involved with are hit series Harley Quinn, DC Comics relaunch into the Wal-Mart nationwide stores, Jonah Hex, and several other series.  Several of his contributions for both DC and Marvel can be found in major motion pictures and TV series for Marvel and DC, including Black Panther, Daredevil, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn animated and more.

Steve Horton

Bowie: Stardust, Rayguns & Moonage Daydreams Comic


Steve Horton is a NYT bestselling comic book writer and graphic novelist with credits at Image Comics, IDW Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, and Insight Comics.

Horton graduated from Purdue University with a BA in professional writing in 2002. He first wrote for Strongarm #1 for Image (2007). Since then he has written for various comics, including Amala's Blade: Spirits of Naamaron with Michael Dialynas (2013) and Satellite Falling with Stephen Thompson (2018).

In 2020 Horton wrote Bowie: Stardust, Rayguns and Moonage Daydreams with Michael Allred (2020) was widely received with praise, reaching No. 15 on the New York Times' Graphic Books and Manga best sellers list for 2020. The graphic novel follows David Bowie's life through his Ziggy Stardust years up to his The Thin White Duke period. It was referenced by the Washington Post as one of the 20 graphic novels that defined 2020, by Comics Bookcase as one of the best graphic novels of 2020, Library of Philadelphia's 20 great graphic novels and comics from 2020, The The Oklahoman's best graphic novels of 2020, MakeUseOf's 20 best books to read in 2020, and Wired's ultimate gift guide for 2020. Bowie: Stardust, Rayguns and Moonage Daydreams was also runner up in both Publisher Weekly's top graphic novels of 2020 and IGNs' best limited comic book series or graphic novels of 2020. Horton was interviewed by the BBC World Service about the graphic novel.


Eddie Price


Steve is the cartoonist behind a number of cartoon projects including The Middle AgeAstounding Space ThrillsBLOOPThe Kid Knight, and others.

Steve is a also a web designer responsible for the design of the original and web sites. Steve has gone on to create hundreds of sites, logos and illustrations for organizations of all sizes including Universal Studios, McGraw-Hill Education, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, TIME magazine, The Wallace Foundation, DC Comics, The Inter-American Development Bank, The Washington Post, The World Bank, and many, many others.

Steve Conley

Bloop, The Middle Age

*Saturday Only


Kate is a freelance illustrator and full time graphic designer from Tampa, FL. Her clients include Fanatics, Harley Davidson, Topps, Upper Deck, Cryptozoic, Zenescope, DC Comics, Marvel, Netflix, and Cartoon Network just to name a few. She has done work on licensed sketch card sets, color work in comics, as well as getting published recently by Del Rey/ Printed in Blood/ Netflix's Visions From the Upside Down : Stranger Things Art Book. 

Kate Carleton

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Tommy and Sammy Castillo have been in the illustration industry a combined 46+ years. Together they have put paint and pencil to such projects as Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Tales from the Crypt, Green Arrow, Toetags, Horror legend George Romero, and various storyboards and designs for films. They have also worked with: Strathmore Artist Papers, DC Comics, Regal Cinemas, Paramount Pictures, Hasbro. Since Tommy’s passing in 2017, Sammy mans the helm of their Studio now and continues on with their projects and legacy under the flag of Castillo Studios. When not on the road at conventions you can find Sammy in her studio likely live streaming regaling her viewers with tales and adventures.

Castillo Studios


Eric Z Goodnight

Eric is a professional artist born and educated in the Carolinas. He's worked for 13 years as art director, designer, and illustrator, with work for international clients in all 50 states and destinations abroad.

Currently based out of St Petersburg, Florida, Eric is making a mark on the local graffiti-style mural scene, where he created murals during the inaugural first years of Tampa Bay's first mural festival, Tampa Bay Fresh Fest.

Eric is a collaborator with the likes of the Chicago's legendary Screwball Press, and renown French surreal digital painter, Bernard Dumaine. Occasionally, you can find Eric touring the national comic convention scene to promote his independent comic projects and hand-printed screenprint posters. He currently is a working artist in the studios of the Pinellas Arts Village, where you can find his studio on Park Blvd.

Eric's artwork comes from a place of both high and lowbrow artistic interests; he is as likely to be inspired by French comic artists, Viennese Art Nouveau, or Japanese professional wrestling. You can see his work at:;; 

Instagram/Twitter @ezgoodnight


Daniel has worn many hats over the years; Animator for SYFY, Programmer/Director of Interactive children’s media, Creative director of a media firm, comic creator, illustrator, and father. His clients have included Marvel, Sony, DC, Valiant, Dynamite, Amazon, Heavy Metal, and Naamco/Bandai. He’s worked on major properties in a variety of capacities; as an animator, an interior and cover artist, a storyboarder, and as a concept artist. Some properties include The Avengers, Captain America, Wolverine, Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-man, Punisher, Grimm, Thanos, and Lord of the Rings. He illustrates the self-published comics Lovecraft, Relaunch, and So Dark. He has also done covers recently for Valiant and has 2 other creator-owned projects in production. Daniel’s illustration work is in everything from watercolor, pencil, ink and traditional mediums to Digital.

Daniel Govar


Josh is a designer who focuses on enamel pins. He likes to make new innovative pins and some times collaborates with his wife Kate Carleton. 

He also loves exploring other mediums like 3D Printing, video editing, writing and drawing. He first started out making comics with his wife. Their biggest series they made was Facebeast which was a Staff Pick on Kickstarter. He also made his own comics as well. 

Josh Dykstra

Okay Stuff

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Although Primo has worked on a variety of illustrations for paperback novels, comics, and trading cards, he finds his true calling to be creating bright and bold artwork directly for his fans and private collectors. Specializing in Horror and Sci-Fi characters from classic films, he puts his life-long passion for these films into his work every day. Beyond the mainstays of the genre, one can look to Primo for a fine selection of the quirky and obscure characters that populate your favorite B pictures. As the Ringmaster of “Cardinalli’s Carnival O’ Cult”, Primo’s creations now include not only traditional canvas paintings but also found object art on everything but the kitchen sink (not yet, anyway). Primo says, “I like to take broken, unwanted, and discarded things and make them fun and interesting again.” He is also the creator of the classic monster inspired board game Angry Villagers. 

Primo Cardinalli


Martin Pierro is the owner/publisher/author of Cosmic Times, a nationally distributed independent comic book publisher located in South, Florida.  His love for comics and a desire to tell stories prompted him to start Cosmic Times in 2008.  


Under his leadership, Cosmic Times has published a wide array of diverse titles including Giant Robot Warrior Maintenance Crew, Deep Space Tragedy, Void of Heroes and the all-ages hit series Sugar Boogarz. Martin is also the author of Cosmic Times’s recent hit - Decisions: A Minor Variation as well as their first breakout series Arthur: The Legend Continues. Along with the Cosmic Times creative director - Zach Bassett, Martin has co-authored From Blood, Decisions: The Faces of the Stranger and the brand new all-ages mini-series The Good, The Bad and the Prehistoric.  


Beyond his work with Cosmic Times, Martin has worked with other publishers including TidalWave where he wrote the immensely successful Bill Gates biography.  He is also heavily involved with the comic book community on a national and local level, advocating for the medium to be accepted beyond the traditional markets. 

Martin Pierro

Cosmic Times


SFO of Cosplay Multiverse Mag

Published Cosplayer


SFO of Cosplay Multiverse Mag

Published Cosplayer


Alfred Paige is a long time indie creator now signed to Second Sight Publishing. With his love of 90s comics he now puts that love into his own comics with titles like C.H.E.S.S. and Blowtorch. Bringing what made him fall in love with comics to his fans now.

Alfred Paige


CEO of and Cosplay Multiverse Mag

Published Cosplayer

2020 Western Championships of Cosplay Finalist

Asgard Armory

CEO of and Cosplay Multiverse Mag

Published Cosplayer

2020 Western Championships of Cosplay Finalist


Marcus is the COO at Second Sight Publishing LLC, a freelance writer and comic creator.

A regular contributor at and

He is the creator of The Protector comic book and writer of Hedge Hollow, which were both nominated for Glyph Comics Awards (2019, 2020) and is included in Volumes 5 & 7 of the 4 page 16 bars comic anthology which is published by Griot Enterprises. Some of his written credits include, Sonica Ellis’ Hedge Hollow series, Braise Jones’ The Indomitable Black Assassin, from Second Sight Publishing The Horn Island Trilogy, and from Caliber Comics, Mississippi Zombie and Second Sight Publishing presents: Harvest of Horrors, and The Protector and a contributor to the Independent comic magazine, ICC Magazine. Marcus teamed up with CEO Bradley Golden to form Second Sight Publishing LLC which is the first Black owned, Black run publisher in the state of Mississippi.

Marcus Roberts

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