Disney Artist and Animator, character designer and animator of Ariel for The Little Mermaid celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the award winning film. Also worked on Beauty & The Beast, Black Cauldron, Secret of NIMH and many others.
Ken has worked on comics for Bongo, IDW, DC, Image, Moonstone, and Airwave. Most notably, he’s inked stories in Futurama, Bart Simpson Comics, Simpsons Winter Wing Ding, Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror and Radioactive Man. Other comic book work includes the Official Adaptation of Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol, and issues of I Dream of Jeannie, The Phantom, El Mucho Grande-Wrestler for Hire, Kolchak:The Night Stalker, and Buckaroo Banzai-The Prequel. He also drew a special commemorative premium comic celebrating the 80 th birthday of cartoon icon Popeye, and drew several stories for IDW’s Popeye series. He was a contributing artist to the hardcover books C. Montgomery Burns’ Handbook Of World Domination and Bart Simpson’s Manual Of Mischief. As a freelance illustrator, Ken has worked on local and national projects, contributing artwork and designs for a series of television ads for clients Toyota, McDonald’s, and Wegmans. He served as editor of Munster Memories: A Coffin Table Book with Butch Patrick and drew a variant cover for the first issue of IDW’s ongoing Back To The Future comic series. He’s currently working on a new project, Dreamer, as well as editing and developing a revival anthology of the classic ‘50s character Jetta. Ken teaches several extremely popular comic book production workshops each summer, which yield anthologies of student work and prepares teens interested in entering the field. He has also worked with The Strong National Museum of Play as a teaching artist. More of Ken’s work can be seen at kenwheaton.com
Keith Champagne is an American comic artist, who has also moved into writing, and is known for his work at DC Comics. 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. Keith has a new Kickstarter for his Frank N. Stein - Private Eye at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1739572382/frank-n-stein-private-eye?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=Frank%20n
JOE ST PIERRE
Joe St. Pierre’s outstanding comic book career began in the early 1990’s as a penciller of Rai during the first era of Valiant Comics. Joe has also worked as a penciller/writer for Marvel, DC, Image, IDW and Dynamite. Joe is credited for numerous illustrations featuring Spider-Man and the Spider-Man family.
Guy Gilchrist is an American cartoonist, animator and comics artist, along with being a country musician and songwriter. He has worked on "Your Angels Speak," "Night Lights & Pillow Fights," "Screams," "The Poetry Guy," "The Muppets" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Between 1995 and 2018 he continued the internationally recognized comic strip "Nancy."
Jeff has been with Archie Comics for the past 23 years, but is known mostly for his work with Archie's girls, Betty and Veronica. He is also the artist for Sitcomics Super Suckers binge book. In his career he has drawn many characters, including Peanuts, Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry.
Richard Maurizio is a veteran artist who has produced work for Warner Bros, Turner Entertainment, Universal Studios, Sony Signatures, DC Comics and Archie Comics. His credits include developing educational and children’s books as well as producing a Tom & Jerry comic strip for five years. His licensing work includes Looney Tunes,The Animaniacs, Space Jam, Underdog, Thunder Agents and Godzilla Sketch cards His career started in collectible magazines with co-creating the Comics Collector for Krause Publications and Toy Values Monthly for Attic Books. Under the imprint of TV Comics and Airwave Comics he packaged comics of The Munsters, I Dream of Jeannie, Mister Magoo’s Christmas Carol and Jetta of the 20th century. He’s the co-writer on Munster Memories: A Coffin Table Book with Butch ( Eddie Munster) Patrick. He continues to work on licensing projects and children’s books
Tim Jones is the creator, artist and writer of the widely popular, self- syndicated comic strip, “Sour Grapes”. It appears in multiple newspapers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and California and is also available online. The strip is about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his odd friends, all living in a problematic and troubled world. Tim grew up in Attleboro, Massachusetts and now lives in Smithfield, Rhode Island with his wife, and two daughters. He has been a freelance cartoonist for over 20 years. Tim is a member of the National Cartoonists Society and a member of ARIA (Association of Rhode Island Authors). He has created several Sour Grapes compilations and story-coloring books. Tim frequently teaches cartooning, speaks at local schools and libraries. He also appears at various book signings, events and comic conventions.
Paul Pelletier has been drawing comics professionally for over 25 years. His career began after graduating high-school in his home state of Maine. At this time, he worked odd jobs to pay the bills and drew comics in his spare time for several different small Maine comics companies (often for little to no money). These included Zen The Intergalactic Ninja, Hammac Publications and Alpha Productions. After four years of hard work, he finally landed the assignment that allowed him to do comics full time; Malibu Comics' "The Ex-Mutants". 25+ years later and he's still working steadily in the industry, drawing comics. He's worked for Marvel Comics, Crossgen Comics and DC Comics, and his work has been seen in such titles as The Incredible Hulk, Aquaman, Fantastic Four, Flash, Wolverine, Cyborg, Titans, Guardians Of The Galaxy and many, many others. He is currently drawing Batgirl for DC Comics.
Emily Drouin is a professional illustrator, author, comic book artist, animator, art educator, and founder of Kids Con New England - a comic con for kids in Nashua, NH. She enjoys teaching kids cartooning, as well as drawing all things cute. Her published works include: EPLIS sci-fi comic book series, Hyperdork: Years and Years of Trauma, Are You my Girlfriend, Mundane Men, Treasure Your Sight, and coloring activity books. Her work has been featured in Bleeding Cool, Boston Globe, Business NH, Britain’s MyM Magazine, WMUR, NH PBS, NH Magazine, Parenting NH, The Hippo, Fanboy, Kids Love Comics, Dover Children’s Museum, and more. Illustrator, Comic Book Artist Kids Con New England - kidsconne.com EPLIS Comics - epliscomic.com Art Portfolio - emilyatplay.com
Peter Bernard is creator of an entire stable of imaginary cartoon rock bands, including Those American Girls. He also writes and reads the Scary Good NYC podcast and internet video show. Peter will be shooting segments at the convention for Debbie American's new cartoon talk show, which will co-star YOU!
Aaron Bolduc has been a professional artist for ten years. Primarily self taught, he has been developing his technique to produce fan art, concept art and commissions in a variety of styles. While his specialty is in pencil and ink drawings, Aaron has been steadily producing digital pieces with a keen eye for color. In addition to one of a kind commissions, Aaron has illustrated multiple issues of Soulbinder, book covers for Amphibian Press, and comic book covers for Advent Comics. You can find his work on his website, aaronbolduc.com, Instagram (@alphaazieru), and Twitter (@AaronBolducArt).
Shiv is an illustrator, character designer, animator, and comic artist with a penchant for weird stuff. Their first comic is called Leary and is about weddings, drinking, and the devil. Shiv is currently working on an intergalactic treasure hunting comic called Seekers of Infinity. Come by and see what's up!
Sculpture artist for Universal Monsters and Star Wars Action Figures, along with numerous other characters.
Alysa is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from southern Maine. She is currently working on Night is Falling, a local indie comic. She most recently finished artwork for the indie board game "Cauldron: Bubble and Boil."
Behind the Mask Studio will be offering mask making classes, workshops and awesome masks for sale ... Eric also does commission. Fullbright Scholar and award-winning mask maker Eric Bornstein of Behind The Mask Studio/Theatre specializes in custom-made masks, corporate event planning, arts education, and mask theater programming. Eric has studied mask making with masters Agung Suardana in Bali, and Donato Sartori in Italy. He received his MLA in Fine Arts along with the Thomas Small prize from Harvard University. Eric was recently awarded a Fulbright grant to revive and reinvigorate the art of giant puppet effigies in Jamaica 2017. He won the 2016 IRNE award for Best Puppetry Design for Company One's Shockheaded Peter, and was part of the Liars & Believers team that won the Excellence in Production Design award at the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2012 for his masks in Le Cabaret Grimm. Other recent clients include: Centerstage Theatre's Frank The Freak (Kingston, Jamaica),Fava Opera's Les Sortilege D'Enfants (Paris), Boston Ballet's Nutcracker, Boston Lyric Opera's Madama Butterfly, Peabody Museum at Harvard, Gamm Theatre's Morality Play, Liars & Believers' Talk to Strangers, The Walnut Hill School’s Nutcracker, Forestdance (Forestmasks: Facing Our Destiny -- Giant Branch Mask), the Outside the Box Festival (Cat Mountain), The Bacchae at Club Oberon, Boston Anime, corporate video game promotions for Bethesda Softworks video games: Dishonored (Versailles, France), Skyrim/Elder Scrolls at The Boston Park Plaza Castle, Wolfenstein, and The Evil Within, A Glimpse Beyond at Mt. Auburn Cemetery (Artistic Director/Mask Design), Puppet Showplace Theatre, the Cambridge River Festival (Giant Brother Blue Puppet & Butterflies of Love ), Contemporary Theater of Boston’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Babes in Boinkland's The Slutcracker; A Burlesque, Underground Railway Theater’s Life of Galileo, First Night Boston, and the Harvard Yiddish Players’ Shulamis. He currently teaches classes in making and performing masks and offers performances and residencies to schools throughout the state through Young Audiences of Massachusetts. Over the last 30 years, Eric’s masked characters have been the subject of numerous media features. Local and national media have described Eric as “Boston’s preeminent mask maker”…”a man of many talents” and his masks as “phantasmagoric,” “magnificent,” “Stunning, finely crafted…first-rate,” “eerie/enchanting,” "masterful," "outstanding," and “gorgeous.” For more information please visit www.behindthemask.org
Quibx is a New Hampshire based artist who draws and paints dark things. Do not feed Quibx after midnight. Side effects may include buttons, stickers, prints and original art going home with you. If you experience withdrawal symptoms such as irrational desire to see more Quibx, consult twitter and instagram (@quibx) and facebook @quibxart
Sam Miserendino is an attorney by day, author by night, and father 24/7. It was in this last role that Sam was inspired to write about beer-drinking bunnies and bong-smoking bears. After reading books about carb-addicted moose, mice and pigs to his son and daughter for the millionth time, Sam's thoughts drifted to other animals with other addictions. If You Give A Bunny A Beer is a heartwarming, cautionary tale about the dangers of mixing alcohol and small mammals and If You Give A Bear A Bong reveals what happens when a boy and his bong meet a bud-loving bear.
Trained in botanical illustration, Scott has taken his passion for both fine art and fan art, and merged them into one genre. Scott is also the author of Choices Made and Broken Ties, and the upcoming novel to be published in 2019, The Chosen, all part of the Gwerin Series of LGBT fantasy adventure novels. Scott’s work can be found at the Dryden Gallery and the Providence Art Club, as well at various Cons in the area.
Erin is an illustrator, comic artist, painter, and graphic designer who enjoys indulging fandom passions with fan art and original, comic-inspired character designs. Actively fighting the starving-artist mentality, they create new content every day and spends the entirety of their days either scribbling on a tablet, painting on a canvas, or studying-up by reading comic books. Their freelance endeavors are supported by one husband and two puppies, who often remind Erin to stop drawing and give them some stinkin' attention every once and a while. Erin offers prints, stickers, pins, original paintings, and commissions a'plenty to perpetuate your current-obsession! Take a gander at their Etsy (etsy.com/shop/ErinScribbles), Instagram (erin_scribbles), and Facebook (erinscribbles)!
I’m a full time police officer, I’ve been on the job for twenty years. I’m married and have five daughters and one son. It is my passion to write and create comics, especially my own. I created the comic book series called “The Pyramid Knights “. I have four issues out there in the Indie Comic Book Universe. Issue four and issue five are penciled by my friend Savy Lim.