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Voice Actress Elise Baughman

Elise Baughman is a multifaceted actress, TV host, speaker, and coach. On camera, Elise has appeared in numerous films, TV shows, national commercials, corporate videos, and print campaigns. Her film & TV work include roles in films such as “I am Gabriel” and “Hoovey” and on TV series on NBC and the USA Network.

As a TV host, Elise has done everything from hosting morning talk shows – to traveling the country in an RV – to interviewing celebrities on the red carpet.  Elise is an expert in teleprompter and media skills and has been asked to train people including a country music artist with her own show on The Country Network, along with the Chief Strategist of Standard & Poor’s with a weekly online show and frequent appearances on CNN and MSNBC.

As a voice over talent she has voiced thousands of radio and TV commercials, along with multiple animation and anime characters. She is best known for voicing the character of Pan in the popular anime series, “Dragon Ball GT”. Because of her corporate and acting experience, she now coaches and speaks on voice acting, on-camera presence, teleprompter skills, goal-setting, and living with intention.


Voice Actress Lindsay Seidel

Lindsay Seidel is an American voice actress, mostly known for her work in the dubbing of various anime series in English. Some of her noteworthy roles include Nagisa Shiota in Assassination Classroom and Gabi Braun in the final season of Attack on Titan. Other major roles include: Mira Konohata in Asteroid in Love, Nejire Hado in My Hero Academia, Meme Tatane in Soul Eater Not!, Kino in Kino's Journey, Eto Yoshimura in Tokyo GhoulBelfast in Azur Lane, Vanica Zogratis in Black CloverMaya Fey in the Ace Attorney TV series, and Pochita in Chainsaw Man.

Seidel started voice acting professionally at the age of 10 years old, where she voiced lines for use in a Japanese to English textbook.[1] In 2015, she was awarded voice actress of the year by the Behind the Voice Actors website.[1] In 2020, Seidel attended both MCM London Comic Con and SacAnime as a guest of honor.[2][3] As of January 2020, she is based in Dallas.[4]

Voice Actor Scott Innes

Born on 1966 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri there's no one whose passion for community involvement and service equals that of WYNK's, Scott Innes. A father of four little kids, Scott has developed a simple, fun, family based broadcast philosophy: Make people laugh. Scott believes the sound of laughter is good for the soul and with all of the trials and tragedies people face on a daily basis, everyone needs the healing power of laughter. In September of 1997, Scott became the new voice of Scooby Doo. He traveled to Los Angeles, California to join an all-star cast for the voicing of a new movie titled "Scooby Doo on Zombie Island", released in the Fall of 1998, Scooby Doo and the WItch's Ghost, in 1999, Scooby Doo and The Alien Invaders in 2000, Scooby Doo and the Cyberchase in 2001, where Scott brings to life the voice of Shaggy as well. In March of 1999, Scott received the prestigious "Golden Mike" Award from the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters in honor of his accomplishments and outstanding commitment to there community. In April of 1998 and again in April of 1999, the readers of the Baton Rouge Parents Magazine voted Scott Innes "Favorite Family DJ" In September of 1998, Scott was honored as the "CMA Air Personality of the Year" and again in September 1999 was awarded the "The NAB Marconi Air Personality of the Year".


Guest Creator/ Writer Cullen Bunn

CULLEN BUNN is not expecting to grow flowers in the desert, but he can live and breathe and see the sun in the wintertime. He is the writer of creator-owned comic books such as THE SIXTH GUN, HARROW COUNTY, BONE PARISH, THE DAMNED, THE EMPTY MAN, REGRESSION, BASILISK, SHOCK SHOP, and GHOSTLORE. He also writes books such as DEADPOOL KILLS THE MARVEL UNIVERSE, MAGNETO, UNCANNY X-MEN, SINESTRO, LOBO, and VENOM. He has fought for his life against mountain lions and performed on stage as the World’s Youngest Hypnotist. His website is


Guest Artist Ken R. Salinas

Ken R Salinas has been a full time artist for or nearly a decade. Founding partner for ShortFuse Studios until March 2020 when he parted ways and wanted to create on his own. You can find his art work at Flix movie theatres across the country where he actively does showings for movie premieres. He graced the covers of many independent comic books, including the Mortician, Don't Pay the Ferryman, and The Hunt. Published in the big three, Image comic issues such as Stray Dogs Dog Days, Department of Truth, Ice Cream Man, Twig, Hellcop and even SkyBounds' I hate this Place. And Skottie Young!s Twig and long time awaited continued release for I Hate Fairyland. He Freelanced for Lucas Arts/Bioware and is credited in Star Wars Knights of the Republic and recently Owns and trademarked an apparel line on Amazon with his VooDoodz which are a voodoo doll inspired pop culture character illustration line.

Guest Artist William Russell

William Russell is a established comic book artist with over 50+ published covers in the industry alone. More info coming soon...

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Guest Creator/ Artist Ben Dunn

Dunn was born in Taiwan, and grew up in Taiwan, Kentucky, and San Antonio, Texas, where he graduated from Central Catholic Marianist High School. It was in Taiwan that he was first exposed to Japanese manga.

In 1984 he co-founded Antarctic Press, an American comic book company specializing in manga-style (Amerimanga) titles. His most notable creations for Antarctic are the comic book series Ninja High School and Warrior Nun Areala.

In 2003, Dunn sold his portion of Antarctic Press to start his own development company, Sentai Studios. After a couple of years he closed Sentai and returned to Antarctic.

Dunn was one of the primary artists involved in the short-lived Marvel Mangaverse project. He also worked as an animator for the science-fiction film A Scanner Darkly.

In 2016, Art Greenhaw began creating, editing and writing faith-based visual novels and comic books, starting with the book series God's Silver Soldiers, also known as Silver Soldiers: The Comic and followed by Tales of Nazareth: The Boyhood of Jesus.[7] The comic books, under the imprint of Truthmonger Comics Group Publishing, have achieved acclaim for their action-oriented innovation in illustrations by Dunn, as well as their storylines, and they have been covered in the media by TV channels, newspapers, and faith-based, nationally syndicated radio.

In 2019, Dunn created the Coalition of Independent Comic Publishers.

Guest Creator/ Artist Peter Smith

Peter graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design with a Bachelor’s degree in Illustration. From his beginnings working in the Walt Disney animation department at Disney/MGM Studios in Florida to doing his college internship at Marvel Comics in New York City, he has worked for some of the largest entertainment companies in the world.Throughout his career, Peter has done work for companies such as Universal Studios, Disney, Marvel Comics, Hot Topic, Abercrombie and Fitch, MERC Publishing, Nike, and Old Navy. 


He has worked as a professional illustrator for over two decades and is Editor in Chief, Creative Director, and an owner at Crimson Fable Studios. Currently he is creating, illustrating, and writing The Chronicles of Zelaria, a comic novella that combines Sci-Fi, SteamPunk, and Fairytales. Peter also is working with Aequitas Comics on several projects including OMG! A Horror Anthology as a writer, interior artist, cover artist, and advisor. 


In addition to his professional work in the art field Peter is also the animation director at the Florida Film Academy in Winter Garden, Florida. Here he develops the curriculum for the animation department, teaches animation, illustration, and design.


Follow him on Instagram @ petersmithcomicart.

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Guest Creator/ Artist Ron Leary Jr.

Ron Leary Jr. is a US based Illustrator and concept artist from New England that works with all traditional and digital mediums. He has worked for Top Cow (Witchblade & Darkness), Valiant (Ninjak), Image/Millarworld (Kick-Ass & Hit-Girl), IDW (TMNT), Dynamite Entertainment (Vampirella, Red Sonja, Draculina, Sheena & Barbarella), Zenescope (various titles), Unknowncomicbooks (Muffy the pimp slayer), Merc Magazine (Born of Blood), Darby Pop (7th Sword), Action Lab Entertainment (Zombie Tramp), Heavy Metal Magazine cover artist, and was a Nick Magazine licensed artist on SpongeBob Squarepants & Fairly OddParents. Ron also has done concept art and was a games artist for Hitpoint Games’ Adera, Tynga games, Present Creative, Hasbro Monopoly Slot Machines, and Lego Ninjago. Ron’s introduction into the comics industry was in the early 90’s with his creator owned projects, Tainted Blood and Vampire Bayne “Lord of the Night”.

Guest Creator/ Artist Ariel Diaz

As a committed freelance illustrator based in Dallas, Texas, Ariel Diaz is always looking for the next opportunity to challenge herself in the arts. Since 2013, they have led a life fully devoted to her career as an artist, self taught in both traditional and digital mediums, Even though she is at the beginning of her art career. She has already made an impact on the art community. She has made a strong and positive impression in the comic industry. Her art has been featured in various variant cover publications with IDW, Absolute Comics, CounterPoint Comics, Image Comics, Action Labs Comics, Dynamite Entertainment. Titles include Witchblade, G.I.Joe, White Widow, Hardlee Thinn, Vampirella, Red Sonja and Zombie Tramp.


Guest Creator/ Artist Sabine Rich

Best Known for: Theory of Magic, Rothic Comics, Cover Artist French artist, comics/graphic novels. Sabine began her career in comics 10 years ago as a colorist and artist with JP Roth, and Rothic comics. She exclusively draws and colors Theory of Magic, published by Rothic and Ablaze publishing, available through Diamond Previews. Sabine’s art has been featured with Marvel, DC, Rothic, Zenescope, Coffin Comics, Image Comics, IDW Publishing, Valiant Comics, Boom!, Dynamite, AWA Studios. Her colors are primarily featured by Rothic comics, J. Scott Campbell, and Frank Cho

Artist Cory Smith

Cory Smith is a self taught artist who uses number 2 pencils to create his works of art. He started drawing when he was 6 years old by looking at comic books of his favorite super heroes. He was influenced by some of the greatest comic book artists to ever pick up a pencil, such as, Marvel Comics Gil Kane, John Buscema, John Romita Sr., Jack Kirby and lets not forget about the great Frank Frazetta. You can view his art on his social media pages, his Instagram: Corysmithart or on his Facebook page: Cory Smith Art or you can see them in person at the many Comic and Horror conventions he appears at all over the continental United States. His current convention

schedule can be seen on his Instagram page.


Guest Creator/ Artist Chad Hardin

Chad has left his creative mark on the pages of DC Comics with notable contributions to titles such as Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Zatanna, and Warlord. Marvel fans will recognize his talent from his work on Web of Spider-Man and Antivenom. Chad has also collaborated with Boom Studios, Dark Horse Comics, IDW, Digital Webbing and Image. Currently, Chad is engaged in creating original content alongside PaperFilms, with Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, and his self-owned comic Death Watch. Additionally, he continues to produce covers for major publishers. Chad Hardin's passion for storytelling through his illustrations has made him a respected figure in the comics industry. 

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