Eddie Price is artist from Northwest Georgia with an amazing story to share. He is a fan favorite at conventions with his unique hand drawn, handmade 3D art, as well as his work for Topps and Upper Deck, with projects such as Marvel, The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Star Wars and more. He also does fan art from character actors from The Walking Dead. You can find Eddie on social media platforms under #that3Dguy or his website at www.eddieprice.net.
Dusty Horne is an up and coming actor from South Carolina. He is a featured walker on AMC The Walking Dead in seasons 6, 7 and season 8. He's known as the Billy Corgan zombie, the Green Balloon zombie, the Hungry Hungry Walker, The Carnie Carnage Walker, The Rick Pinata Walker and The Beard Goals Walker --killed by Rick, Negan, Tara, and Jerry and Morgan. Adding to his filmography is the the last season of Survivor's Remorse on Starz.
Sean Ahrendt is a comic book and commercial illustrator. Primarily known for his freelance comic work, Sean has inked over Mark Poulton for covers of Squirt and USAssassin along with doing color tones over Mike McMahon's pencils for the book. In addition he has worked on Koni Waves Making the Wave for Arcana. In the upcoming months Sean will be providing art and colors for Seraph: Legacy written by Jimmy DaSilva, as well as working on Club Vampire with writer Mark Poulton. Currently you can find him working on Imaginary Tales Presents that will kick off the company’s line of books and the release of Sean’s themed gallery show “A Tapestry of Mechanical Hearts” is also set to début early this summer. You can find Sean on the Convention circuit traveling across the country.
Eric S. Hawkins is an Indie Comic Creator living in Bethalto Illinois. He is the creator of The Zombieful World of OZ. Which he wrote, penciled, inked, colored and lettered. The Zombieful World of OZ is a Steampunk, Fantasy, Horror comic. An adult Dorothy is released from a Mental Institution after being cured of her hallucinations of adventures in the far-off imaginary Land of OZ. She soon finds out that OZ and its inhabitants are not imaginary. Zombie Winkie Guards have traveled to Kansas to abduct her and bring her back to OZ, but three old friends show up to try and save Dorothy from the Zombie Horde.
Eric’s other credits include being the artist behind Sean Dulaney’s and Brian K. Morris’s 2015 resurrection of Jerry Siegel’s and John Buscema’s Nature Boy for Celebration Comics #1.
He teamed up with Brian K. Morris again to do the art on The Ghostly Tales of Spencer Spook in 2018.
In 2019, Eric published The Zombieful World of OZ #1. After a successful Kickstarter to launch The Zombieful World of OZ #1, he finished writing issues 2 and 3 and started production of them. He was included in The Indie Advocator Spring Edition with a 4 page Nature Boy story with Brian K. Morris. This 4 page story is the lead in to a full Comic Book featuring Nature Boy. Once again Eric Teamed up with Brian for a Comic Book Featuring the Real Life Paranormal Investigator Kadrolsha Ona.
Eric is a regular on the Drawn and Quartered Fan Edition weekly drawing competition on YouTube.
He has also colored various other Comics and Comic Covers.
The La'Miks are a couple that cosplay together for the love of all things geekdom... except for Star Trek...ha! Just kidding...mostly. The La'Miks, B'Rose and Ja'car, are devout Star Wars fans and they love all things "Swarzy" and GI Joe. Most of all, they love the happiness that cosplay brings to others.
Their passion is bringing some of their favorite characters to life so those that may be sick, hurting, or just having a hard time with the real world, can smile and live in another universe, even if it is just for a few minutes.
B'Rose has been involved in multiple theater productions and she has a vast experience in both makeup and costuming and she is always looking at ways to better her craft. Ja'car loves to create, even if he says he has no artistic talent. He is always seeking out the next item to add to his or B'Rose's arsenal or bag of tricks.