As part of NorthEast ComicCon, on Friday July 6th, Micky Dolenz will be appearing at a 50th Anniversary Screening of The Monkees groundbreaking film “HEAD” on a Big Screen with Concert Sound at the Regent Theatre in Arlington MA. Doors will open at 6:00 pm. Micky will be signing autographs (for a fee) and doing photo ops (for a fee) between 6:30 and 7:30 pm, followed by a Q&A with Micky about the film and the film screening beginning at 8:30 pm. Admission to this reserved seat screening is only $20 and includes a weekend pass to the NorthEast ComicCon activities at the Boxboro Regency and can be purchased at www.NEComicCons.com or www.RegentTheatre.com. There will be a cash bar with ID. Admission to this screening can be purchased at www.NEComicCons.com or www.RegentTheatre.com. A portion of the proceeds of the screening going to Cystic Dreams Fund for Cystic Fibrosis. Saturday and Sunday will find Micky at the Boxboro Regency all day to sign autographs (for a fee) and photo ops (for a fee), and at our Saturday night AfterParty in the Hotel, there will be the opportunity for 10 lucky people to sing Karaoke with Micky Dolenz to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation. The AfterParty is open to everyone who purchases a weekend pass able to attend in the Hotel Cosplay Courtyard next to the indoor pool to watch and listen to all the fun. There will be a cash bar at the hotel for people with proper ID. NorthEast ComicCon also offers a Micky Dolenz VIP Experience for $129.99 that includes (1) Weekend Early Entry Admission to all events at Boxboro Regency Hotel July 6-8, (1) Reserved Seat at the 50th Anniversary screening of the Monkees movie “Head” at the Regent Theatre in Arlington MA on Friday July 6 between 7:00 and 10:00 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm, (1) Regular photo or other flat item autographed in person by Micky at the Regent prior to the screening or at the Regency Saturday or Sunday, with VIP access to autograph queue, (1) Selfie Photo Op with your own phone or camera, up to two people with Micky at the Regent prior to the screening or at the Regency Saturday or Sunday, (1) Reserved seat for the Q&A in the Seminar Room at the Regency (time and day to be announced), (1) Reserved Seat at the Saturday night special event, “Sing with Micky for Make-A-Wish” in the hotel Courtyard, (1) Special VIP Laminate pass with lanyard, Only 50 available, No Refunds, …. this can be purchased at www.NorthEastComicCons.com “Sing with Micky for Make-A-Wish” is a special opportunity for 10 lucky people to sing Karaoke on stage with Micky Dolenz in front of a crowd of friends and fans for Charity at our Saturday Night AfterParty at the Regency Hotel, with more info available at www.monkeemeetandgreets.com.
Well known in Television as Greg Brady from The Brady Bunch, Barry will host a Panel with Q&A about his career, and there may even be some singing and dancing. A special VIP opportunity will be available for Barry that includes weekend admission, autographed item, selfie photo op with Barry, a reserved seat to the Q&A along with entrance to the Friday and Saturday evening AfterParties in the Hotel.
John O'Hurley is an American actor, voice actor, author and television personality. He is known for the role of J. Peterman on the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and was the fifth host of the game show Family Feud from 2006 to 2010. He was a contestant on the first season of the television show Dancing with the Stars which aired during the summer of 2005. O'Hurley and his dance partner Charlotte Jørgensen made it to the final competition, which he lost to ABC soap opera star Kelly Monaco. After fans alleged that Monaco's victory was a set-up, the network announced that O'Hurley, Monaco and their professional dancing partners would face off in a special "grudge match" episode broadcast September 20, 2005. Unlike the first episode, viewer vote solely determined the outcome as opposed to a combination between the three professional judges and the viewer votes. O'Hurley and Jørgensen emerged as the winners. The rematch earned $126,000 for Golfers Against Cancer charity. Afterward the duo produced a dance instruction video called, "Learn to Dance with John and Charlotte". O'Hurley has been the host of Purina's annual National Dog Show every Thanksgiving since 2002. John has appeared on hundreds of TV episodes as an actor and voice actor.
Ed Leslie is an American semi-retired professional wrestler, best known for his work in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) under the ring name Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. He later worked for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) under a variety of names. Leslie held nine titles throughout his career, and is a former WWF World Tag Team Champion with Greg Valentine. He also competed for major singles titles on pay-per-view and television, headlining the Starrcade 1994, in a match against then-WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan as well challenging then-Intercontinental Champion The Honky Tonk Man at WrestleMania IV. He also defended the WWF World Tag Team Championship with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and manager "Lucious" Johnny V as a member of The Dream Team against the Captain Lou Albano and Ozzy Osbourne led British Bulldogs at WrestleMania II where they were the main event for the Chicago portion of the event.
Joe St. Pierre
"Spider-Man" Cover Artist and Creator, Artist and Wrtiter of "New Zodiax."
Jeff Kline is an American film and television writer-producer and former television executive. He has been involved in more than 40 animated and live-action series and pilots, has received multiple Emmy nominations and wins. After graduating from Boston University, Kline interned at Roger Corman's Concorde/New Horizons and worked in feature development for Michael Shamberg and Harold Ramis's Ocean Pictures. He served as a television executive in Daytime Programming at NBC Entertainment for one year then spent five years at Columbia Pictures Television, eventually serving as the senior vice president of drama before transitioning into writing/producing at the suggestion of his first writing partner, Frank Lupo, co-creator of The A-Team and Wiseguy. Between 1995 and 2006, he developed and/or produced the series: My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Playhouse Disney); Jackie Chan Adventures (Kids' WB); Dragon Tales (PBS); Stuart Little: The Animated Series (HBO); That Was Then (ABC); Harold and the Purple Crayon (HBO); Max Steel (Kids WB); Men in Black: The Animated Series (Kids WB); Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (FOX); Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles (BKN); Godzilla: The Series (FOX); Channel Umptee-3 (Kids WB); Extreme Ghostbusters (BKN); and Jumanji (UPN). From 2006–2008 he was a consulting producer for Cartoon Network's Banana Splits revival, wrote a Paris Hilton pilot for MTV, and co-wrote the feature film The Rosenbergs Save Christmas (with Goldie Hawn attached to star) for Fox Searchlight. In 2009 he taught as an adjunct professor at Boston University's College of Communications, and wrote two live-action pilots for SyFy before being recruited to develop and executive-produce Transformers: Prime for Hasbro's then-new cable co-venture with Discovery Communications, The Hub. Kline developed and was executive producer of G.I. Joe: Renegades as well before signing an exclusive four-year series development and production deal with Hasbro Studios in 2011. He was executive producer of both Transformers: Prime and the first season of Transformers: Rescue Bots. He was a executive producer of Transformers: Robots in Disguise. In 2013, Kline founded Darby Pop Publishing, a comic book publishing company, and entered into a distribution agreement with IDW. Darby Pop's first title, Indestructible, was created by Kline. The first issue was released in December 2013. Other Darby Pop titles include The 7th Sword, City: the Mind and the Machine, Doberman, and Dead Squad. Darby Pop′s distribution partner is Magnetic Press. Cover artists have included: Howard Chaykin, Bernard Chang, Jose Lopez, Tony Fleecs, Tommy Lee Edwards, and Eisner Winner Andrew Robinson.
Will Murray is the author of more than 70 novels, including 20 posthumous Doc Savage collaborations with Lester Dent under the name Kenneth Robeson, as well as 40 entries in the long-running Destroyer series. He has pitted the Man of Bronze against King Kong in Skull Island and teamed him up with The Shadow in The Sinister Shadow and Empire of Doom. His first Tarzan novel is titled Return to Pal-ul-don. His second is King Kong vs. Tarzan, a project first envisioned by film producer Merian C. Cooper back in 1935. Other Murray novels star Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Mack Bolan and the Martians of the Mars Attacks! franchise. For various anthologies, Murray has written the adventures of such classic characters as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Ant-Man, The Hulk, The Spider, The Avenger, The Green Hornet, Sherlock Holmes, Cthulhu, Herbert West, Honey West, The Secret 6, Sky Captain and Lee Falk¹s immortal Ghost Who Walks, The Phantom. He also contributed to the Planet of the Apes franchise and co-created The Unbeatable SquirrelGirl for Marvel Comics with Jack Kirby.
Keith graduated from Montville High School, Oakdale Connecticut in 1988. He is a 1994 graduate of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic art. Keith began working professionally as a comic book inker during his second year at the Kubert School. Titles he has contributed to (as writer) include: JSA, Green Lantern Corps, and World War III. As an artist/inker, his work has appeared in many titles, most notably JSA, Firestorm, and Superboy. Recently he wrote Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters, when the license was acquired by Dynamite Entertainment. Upcoming work includes Ghostbusters for IDW Publishing and The Mighty, a creator-owned title for DC Comics, co-written with Peter Tomasi.
"Little Shop of Horrors," "Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" Puppeteer
Queen of the Paranormal
Mask Maker from Behind the Mask Studio
Producer and "Sartana" comic book Author
Pop Culture Appraiser on "Antiques Roadshow"