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Scairy Tales Noir
Website: Scairy Tales Noir

Biographical Info

I’m J.R. Mounts, an indie comics creator/artist with my own line of parody comics and characters for Scairy Tales Noir comics, LLC (spell scary with an “i“). To note, I do spell scary with an “i” for the “not-so-scary-fairy-tales” to make clear I’m doing parody comics rather than horror.

I’m an independent comics guy that lives in Atlanta, Georgia and creates, writes, draws and publishes my own parody comic titles, “Fried Pickle Noir” graphic novel series and “Scairy Tales: the not so scary fairy tales” family comic strip, among others.

I’ve been appearing at conventions throughout Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee such as Heroes Con, Dragon Con, Baltimore Comic Con, NC Comicon, Indiana Comic Con, MAGFest,  MTAC, Animazement, Gen Con,etc… and will also be appearing at Wonder Con 2016 and many more.

If you’d like to see some of my work, I have a website where you can view all the comics I write and draw that will be at my table.

Categories: Artists
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Secret Identity Leather

Biographical Info

Hand tooled, dyed, and sewn geeky leather goods, both fan inspired and cosplay items, from jewelry and accessories to wallets, purses, and journal covers. I also have do a bit of custom artwork. Everything I make I create as if I, myself, would want to use/wear it. I try to think of things fans like myself want but have a hard time finding and then I make it for us.

Categories: Artists
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Sho’Nuff Comics
Website: Sho'Nuff Comics

Biographical Info

Sho’Nuff Comics is Tuscaloosa, and West Alabama’s, best full service
comic book store. Offering Discount Comic Subscription Services,
& Monthly Specials.

We carry New & Vintage Comics, Kids Comics, Graphic Novels, Statues, Toys, Posters, & Shirts.

Categories: Vendors
Website: Felix Silla

Biographical Info

Felix Silla was born in a small village outside Rome, Italy. Silla trained as a circus performer, came to the United States in 1955, and toured with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. His multiple talents as a bareback rider, trapeze artist and tumbler brought him to Hollywood, where he became a stuntman, starting with the Gig Young-Shirley Jones vehicle, A Ticklish Affair. His best-known roles are Litvak, the maniacal, miniature Hitler who menaces George Segal in The Black Bird (his favorite role), and Cousin Itt on the TV show, The Addams Family. He was also responsible for the physical performance of the robot Twiki in the TV series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

His most famous role was television’s “Cousin Itt” of The Addams Family. The character was not part of Charles Addams original comic, but was introduced in the television series by Addams Family producer David Levy. Although the character of Cousin Itt did not debut on The Addams Family until almost a third of the way through the entire series, Silla’s performance of the character made him so popular that Cousin Itt was carried over into various media including both the animated series and the motion picture versions of The Addams Family. He provided the voice of Mortimer Goth from The Sims 2, the best-selling video game of 2005. He also played an Ewok in the film Return of the Jedi.

Sponsored by Time Machine Collectibles!

Autographs $30
I will have photos to sell
If the Fans would like to take a photo with me at my table the price is $10 to be donated to Saint Jude Childrens Cancer Hospital

Categories: Media Guests, Special Guests
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Regine Skrydon
Website: Weebly

Biographical Info

Regine Skrydon is a Wildland Firefighter and Forester by day for the Arkansas Forestry Commission, and Artist who travels across the South to Conventions, festivals and events on weekends. Her art focuses on Dragons, Anime and Photography. She also is a purveyor of high quality real-fur fox tail keychains.

She is widely known in Texas for her constantly evolving “The Red Dragon” costume (shown on Heros of Cosplay) that has been a work in progress for over a decade.
For updates on her convention schedule and new products join her facebook group:

Her hobbies include traveling, cooking, training her dogs, and a host of outdoor sports enthusiasms from camping and backpacking to watersports, jumping stilts, kayaking, and riding her ATV off road.

Categories: Artists
Website: In the Eye of the Storm

Biographical Info

Tommy B. Smith is a writer of dark fiction and the author of Poisonous and Pieces of Chaos. His work has appeared in numerous publications over the years to include Every Day Fiction, Night to Dawn, Black Petals, Blood Moon Rising, and a variety of other magazines and anthologies. He has previously worked with Morpheus Tales as editor of the magazine’s Dark Sorcery and Urban Horror special issues. His presence infests Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he resides with his wife and cats. More information can be found on his website at

Categories: Writers
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StarryMite Creations

Biographical Info

Fan Art and crafts based on my favorite comics, shows and movies.

Categories: Artists
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Horror Renaissance Man
Website: Brian Steward

Biographical Info

Brian is currently a cover and centerfold artist and writer for the magazines Fangoria, Gorezone and Delirium. His covers and centerfolds have included such pop icons as KISS’ Gene Simmons, former KISS guitarist, Ace Frehley and Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark, to name a few. Debuting in Full Moon’s Delirium Magazine #5, Brian’s new column, Strange Love, covers the strange notions of love and sexuality in exploitation cinema. His work has been seen in such magazines as Playboy, Heavy Metal, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, on television’s LIVE! with Regis and Kelly, and in numerous comics and video games.

Recently, Brian’s licensed horror film poster series was promoted by Fangoria and exclusive versions of select prints were released in a joint effort between Brian and Fango. The series included cult favorites Re-Animator, Psychomania and others.

Brian and his closest friend, musician and fellow artist Eerie Von (Samhain, Danzig) have collaborated on a new series of traditional canvas paintings, soon to be released as a print series.

He has also dipped his toes into acting recently, filming with genre favorites Butch Patrick and John Dugan, for director James Balsamo’s feature film Bite School, as well as a part in another upcoming Balsamo film, Killer Waves, currently in production.

Although currently on hiatus, he hosts his own live radio show, “A Bunch of B.S. with Brian Steward”. Every week Brian welcomes guests from the fields of film, music and art. Past guests include cast members of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Friday The 13th, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as former members of the bands Danzig and The Misfits.

He cites one of his favorite jobs as working with Malibu Bay Films’ late great Andy Sidaris and his wife, producer Arlene Sidaris. Brian was heavily involved in the DVD release of all 12 of their films and co-writing, inking and coloring a series tie-in comic book with Andy.

Brian is also a professional photographer. He even covered some of Ace Frehley’s recent Space Invader tour as a photojournalist.

He lives in Texas with his wife of 20 years and their two sons.


Signatures free with any purchase. Sketches start at $45

Categories: Artists, Special Guests
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Eliza Stockfisch

Biographical Info

Eliza is a Visual Artist, Illustrator and Crafter from Chicago. She specializes in Watercolor, Digital Art, Unique Masks and Geeky Headbands. She’s worked on variety of fantasy, gothic, punk, comic, and cartoon styles projects. Eliza says: “I like to make pieces that when you first look at them you see beauty but then you look again and something is off and crazy about the piece.”

Categories: Artists
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Studio Neko-Neko
Website: Store Envy

Biographical Info

Studio Neko-Neko is the brainchild of artist Nicole Holland, and is the studio name under which she sells the majority of her wares. Her work has been featured in several titles of Radio Comics publications and can be found in the artist alleys of various conventions around the MidSouth. Here you’ll find adorable, geek-themed illustrations as well as her own handmade plush toy creations and small collectibles. Everything in the studio is proudly handmade. When not working on studio projects, Nicole can be found watching Doctor Who reruns, working on costumes or designing more cat-themed artwork.

Categories: Artists
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Sub-Zero Squirrel Games
Website: SubZeroSquirrel

Biographical Info

Sub-Zero Squirrel Games is the brain-child of two guys that decided that it would be more fun to make and play video games all day instead of working for the “The Man”. So they set out to do just that and are now Arkansas’ Only Video Game Studio.

After a few false starts, they are ready to being you “Teratrons From Outer Space,” a fast-paced arcade style puzzle game.

Categories: Artists
Super Gifts

Biographical Info

Super Gifts: All you want for costume and cosplay props! Come and check it out!

Categories: Vendors