The following guests will appear at Intervention 6:


Intervention 6 Guest List:

Terry Molloy - Davros


Terry Molloy is a busy actor and, as well as directing and producing, he has been involved in all areas of the entertainment business over the past 'forty-something' years.

Along with a wide spectrum of television appearances, he is perhaps best well known on the small screen to Doctor Who fans as 'DAVROS', creator of the Daleks, playing the Doctor's nemesis in the classic series from 1983 to 1989, and continues to today, starring both on stage and in many of the award winning Big Finish Audio adventures, including the four part mini-series "I,Davros"

Terry's recent film work has included "In Love with Alma Cogan", with Roger Lloyd Pack, Sinead Cusack and John Hurt, "ChickLit" with Dakota Blue Richards, Eileen Atkins, John Hurt & Eileen Atkins and a new production from Capriol Films, "Draw on Sweet Night", with Nicky Henson & Christian McKay - a tale of intrigue & romance featuring the 16th Century Madrigal composer 'Master John Wilbye'.

He is currently acting in the online webseries Kosmos, and will be speaking about it, his regular film/tv work, and also conducting some voice acting workshops at Intervention.

Amy Chu - Comic Writer / Publisher of Alpha Girl Comics


Amy Chu is a professional comics writer and creator. In 2011 after realizing her passion was to make comics, she spent the rest of the year learning the nuts and bolts of comics writing, editing and publishing, and started her own imprint Alpha Girl Comics. In 2012 she published her own multi-genre anthology series Girls Night Out and the horror mystery The VIP Room which led to ongoing work with DC Comics, Vertigo, DMC Comics and Valiant Comics. In the last twelve months, she has penned stories for DC Sensation Comics Wonder Woman, Image CBLDF Annual, Vertigo Strange Sports Stories, Vertigo Quarterly CMYK, and Valiant's X-O Manowar series. It was recently announced at San Diego Comic-Con that she will be writing Poison Ivy's much anticipated first solo series in 2016.

Amy has also created comics for the New York Historical Society, Baltimore Museum of Art and the Museum of Chinese in Americas. A New York City transplant, she lives in Princeton, NJ with her family and extensive Lego collection. She has a dual bachelors degree in Architectural Design from M.I.T., East Asian Studies from Wellesley, and an MBA from Harvard University. Amy is a frequent speaker at comic conventions around the country on self publishing and comics writing. Follow her on, twitter @amychu and on Facebook/iwritecomics.

Pete Abrams - Sluggy Freelance

Pete Abrams is the creator of the highly addictive niftiness that is Sluggy Freelance, a remarkably twisted daily online comic strip that has been appearing at since August 25, 1997. Starting the comic strip as a creative outlet, his world with the switchblade-wielding rabbit quickly expanded into uncharted territory and grew into over a decade of alien vampire missile-launching fun. Since its Satan-spamming beginnings, Sluggy Freelance has attracted a devoted global following and is one of the most popular and well-known comics on the web.

Pete holds the honor of being twice-invited as a speaker at Harvard conventions as well as at a Vassar convention, making him all ivy-league-ish. Pete has gained recognition not only online, but through such high profile appearances as the original comics included in NY Times bestselling author John Ringo's Hell's Faire, and as part of the New York's Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art webcomics exhibition in Fall, 2007, as well as appearances on NPR's Weekend Edition with Liane Hansen. Pete is reputed to be the first person to ever make a living by drawing a webcomic.

Currently, Pete lives in New Jersey (and doesn't even mind it) with his wife, Rachel, and two daughters, Leah and Sarah. Click here to read his comic.

Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg - Writer / Podcaster

He’s known as the “Doctor of the Dead” in horror circles, a world-renowned zombie expert that teaches media courses in zombies, science fiction, superheroes, and comic book literature at the University of Baltimore and UMBC. But it’s Doctor Who that has been a huge part of Arnold’s career as writer, publisher, and public personality. He hosts two ongoing podcasts: Doctor of the Dead and The G2V Podcast: The Pop Culture Audio Magazine – both of which are produced and co-hosted by Big Finish Doctor Who audio drama writer Scott Alan Woodard.

He’s the co-owner of ATB Publishing (Outside In – covering the entire classic series – and the forthcoming Outside In Vol. 2 on the New Series as well as Red White and Who: The Story of Doctor Who in America), co-author of the Howe’s Transcendental Toybox guides to Doctor Who merchandise from Telos Publishing, designer of and contributor to many other Doctor Who Telos books including The Target Book, and writer of officially licensed Doctor Who stories “Stolen Days” in Short Trips: How the Doctor Changed My Life and “Mardi Gras Massacre” in Short Trips: Indefinable Magic. He contributed to Doctor Who essay collections Time, Unincorporated 3 for Mad Norwegian and You and Who: Contact Has Been Made Volume Two for Miwk Publishing. He has been a regular guest at numerous Doctor Who and other genre conventions for almost fifteen years, served as an staff member for the two largest online Doctor Who fan communities, and provided commentary on the show for worldwide media as well as websites like BBC America’s Anglophenia, Find him on Twitter at @arnoldtblumberg, @DoctoroftheDead, @G2VPodcast, and @WhosTalkingCast.

Harold Buchholz - Senior VP at Archie Comics, Kids Love Comics


Harold Buchholz is the Senior Vice President of Publishing and Operations at Archie Comics. Over a 20-year career, Harold has written and drawn his own comics (Apathy Kat, WildLion) and has helped hundreds of artists, from beginners through pros, get their comics printed, published, and distributed. He is cofounder of the Kids Love Comics movement and has also taught 2D animation and entrepreneurship for artists at the college level.

Thom and Kambrea Pratt - Shadowbinders

"Steampunk! Fantasy! Romantic comedy?! Created by the husband and wife team of Kambrea Pratt (Writer) and Thom Pratt (Artist), Shadowbinders first set sail online in 2010 and has since become one of the most popular fantasy comics on the internet. The story centers on an ordinary teenaged girl named Mia White, and a magic ring she inherits from her recently deceased grandfather. The ring transports Mia to another world, where she meets airship captain Crimson Rhen, a mage, and his motley crew.

KAMBREA PRATT is a certified art teacher with school library experience, who has worked on Gemstone Publishing's Disney comics line. She's also a mom to wonderfully geeky kids, and co-hosts both THE SHADOWBINDERS PODCAST (a geek news podcast) and PIRATES & PRINCESSES (a Disney fan podcast) with her husband.

THOM PRATT is a 10-year veteran of Disney comics for various publishers beginning with Gemstone Publishing. Thom is currently drawing covers for IDW Publishing including UNCLE SCROOGE and DONALD DUCK, as well as re-coloring and re-mastering the Eisner-nominated THE DON ROSA LIBRARY Uncle Scrooge collections from Fantagraphics.

On the web:"

Onezumi Hartstein - Con Chair of Intervention / (Re)Generation Who / Onezumiverse

Oni Hartstein is an artist and blogger who loves everything related to dark rides and haunted attractions. Her art might be what would happen if Mary Blair (of Disney’s It’s a Small World) had been an MMA fighter.
Without any investment money other than contributions from her readers she founded Intervention: The Premier Showcase of Online Creativity in 2010 and (Re)Generation Who: The Doctor Who Celebration of Every Generation in 2014. She has been featured in Haunt World, CNN, Wired, The Washington Post, and many other places both online and in print. She is best known for her insane work ethic and her ability to inspire people to believe in themselves and pursue their dreams. After all, that’s what got her this far.

She loves coffee, horror films, heavy metal, Disney, and her husband. In addition to that, she believes that Escape from New York was the best Chick Flick ever.

James Harknell - Con Chair of Intervention / (Re)Generation Who, Work on: Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos / My Annoying Life / / Erfworld / Skin Horse / Sluggy Freelance


Harknell has been working with Onezumi for over 16 years. After noticing that there was very little online to help artists, he decided to do something about it.

Harknell customized his first art-centric Content Management System in 2003. Today he releases Wordpress plugins at and has worked as a webmaster and guide for the online comic and blogging industry.

He has helped design and customize sites for the comics Erfworld, Skin Horse, Sluggy Freelance, Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos--and his plugins power many other sites across the web.

In addition to this he helped found and Co-Con Chairs the events Intervention and (Re)Generation Who.

Today he lives in New Jersey with Onezumi and way too many computers and mobile devices.

Jabraan Ismail - Director/Editor “We Wanna Make A Movie” and others


Jabraan Ismail is a DP, Director and Editor based in Washington, DC. He has a degree in Cinema/Film Production and over 7 years of production experience, traveling around the United States working on narrative/documentary films, corporate videos, broadcast programs, and commercials.

He has done work with Hallmark Television, American Cancer Society, LLP Productions and has contributed his talents on the Hollywood feature films, Elf-Man by Ethan Wiley and Exists by the director of The Blair Witch Project, Eduardo Sanchez.

His directorial debut was the award winning documentary,
“We Wanna Make A Movie” which has successfully earned nominations and awards from several film festivals.

PixelWho - Artist

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Nathan Skreslet has been a professional graphic designer for nearly 20 years. He has done book cover designs for several Doctor Who short fiction anthologies, episode and merchandise guides, as well as a series of novellas published by Telos books. He is currently a freelance graphic designer based in Richmond, Virginia.

His current original art project, PixelWho, is in its fourth year. It is focused on creating a complete visual character dictionary and episode guide for Doctor Who fans, in limited edition 8-bit style art prints. The goal is to document every major and incidental character in story order from every Doctor as a way to celebrate the creativity and dedication of all the artists who have worked on the program over the past 50 years. He has completed limited edition prints for the 1st (Hartnell), 4th (T. Baker), 8th (McGann), 9th (Eccleston), and 10th (Tennant) Doctor series/movie runs. PixelWho has been written about in CNet, Kotaku, Gallifrey Times, Kasterborous, etc.

PixelWho has recently teamed up with the creative minds behind "Doctor Who: Legacy," the popular and official BBC Facebook and mobile game that is nearing 2 million downloads. PixelWho is providing pixelated backgrounds, characters, and designs for a special 100+ level storyline called "Bigger on the Inside." Like their Facebook Page:; Follow them on Twitter: @PixelWhoArt; Buy PixelWho Products:

Joe Wos - Cartoonist

For the past 30 years he has performed nationwide as a cartoonist and performer combining storytelling with live cartoon illustration. He is the resident cartoonist of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California, an honor he has held for the past 12 years. Joe is also a master maze maker having created the world's largest hand drawn maze. His current work, Mazetoons is syndicated in newspapers across the country

Joe is also the founder and former executive director of the ToonSeum.The ToonSeum is a non-profit museum of comic and cartoon art located in Pittsburgh, PA. In its short 8 year existence it has presented over 75 exhibitions and hundreds of programs.

Michael Terracciano & Garth Graham - Star Power

Michael Terracciano loves comic books, superheroes, outer space, and telling stories. His friends call him "Mookie." He spent the last ten years as the author and artist of the fantasy webcomic, "Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire." He enjoys spending time with his wife and their three cats. His favorite planet is Jupiter because it's awesome. He wants having superpowers to be fun again, and for this to be a universe you want to escape to, not from. He hopes you enjoy reading his new comic Star Power.

Born in Known Space, raised by the likes of Lazarus Long, Dr. Susan Calvin, and Lt. Miles Vorkosigan, Garth Graham has only ever partially shared the same reality as most of us. Fascinated by what might be and what isn't, rather than weighed down by the drama of what is, he has forged a tenuous bridge made of ink and paper between our world and some strange unknowable scape where improbable dreams are born. Perhaps it has driven him a little mad. Yet such madness has born fine delectable fruit for our eye organs. His previous works include the webcomics Comedity and Finder's Keepers. In his spare time Garth likes to laugh maniacally about the abstract and fictional concept of “spare time” and does his level best to refute entropy.

Nicole Dieker - Hello, The Future! / Blogger

This is Nicole's sixth(!) Intervention -- she's been with the con since the very beginning. When she first began attending Intervention, she was primarily a geek musician with her one-person band Hello, The Future! Now she's expanded her creative career to include full-time freelance writing, and is a regular contributor to The Billfold, Yearbook Office, The Freelancer by Contently, and The Penny Hoarder, as well as occasional contributor to The Toast and Boing Boing. She is happy to talk to you about independent musicianry, freelance writing, or anything having to do with the intersection of creativity and personal finance. Stop by her vendor table to say hey!

Kelsey Wailes - Doctor Kawaii

Kelsey Wailes is a Maryland based toymaker, illustrator, teacher, science enthusiast and occasional kaiju. She makes ugly things cute and cute things ugly. Her terrible things have been featured on io9, Mental Floss, Kotaku and more. She is a part of Super Art Fight, and creator of the kaiju character Stompadon and the author and illustrator for the Doctor Who based webcomic, Doctor Kawaii. She lives in a cornfield and doesn't understand how can openers work.

Bree Rubin - Maker / Artist

Bree is an artist, designer, and mess-maker who likes painting, building robots, and old sci-fi movies.

After years of building odd toys and interactions up in the secluded hills of Manhattan, Bree received a powerful vision of the future through the lead-based soldering fumes. She has since begun training others in the not-so-mysterious arts of physical computing. Rumor has it she might be planning on achieving world peace through demonstrations of interpretive-dancing robots, but so far, the robots are skeptical.

You can see her list of work at her website

Michael Dougherty - Browncoats:Redemption, Z*Con


Michael C Dougherty is a filmmaker, producer, marketer, and crowdfunding consultant.He is President, co-founder and a board member of Big Damn Films, Inc. (BDF), a non-profit that supports meaningful causes through the development, creation, distribution and promotion of independent films. BDF's first project, Browncoats: Redemption, set the bar for successful social promotion of independent films, non-profit awareness and fundraising by raising over $117,000 for charity. Under Michael's leadership, BDF leveraged social media to secure extensive media attention for Browncoats: Redemption, including a four page inclusion in the Firefly Companion “Still Flying” by Titan books, articles in SFX magazine's Whedon Universe edition, and, write-ups on a number of widely read blogs, interviews on a variety of podcasts, and Browncoats: Redemption was a finalist in the 4th Annual Mashable Awards for Most Creative Social Good Campaign.

He has helped other productions acting as a producer on such projects as "You're F'n Dead!" and "Ninjas vs. Monsters."

Michael's next film, Z*Con, will also leverage the same business model as before, but with new charities chosen. You can learn more about Z*Con at

He's also consulted on numerous campaigns like the Blind Courage Indiegogo campaign which was 111% funded and the The Firefly Ariel Ambulance Revival Tour Indiegogo campaign which was 109% funded.

Michael has also spoken about film making and crowdfunding at SXSW, San Diego Comic Con, #140 conf, the last Gnomedex conference, and many more.

You can follow him on Twitter at @wickedjava and on Instagram at @mcdougherty.

Matt Blum -

Matt Blum is Editor-in-Chief of, and has been writing for the
blog since the spring of 2007. He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife
and two kids, all of whom are also geeks, and two cats, who probably aren't
geeks but one of whose names is "Gandalf," so that should count for
something. In his day job Matt is a software engineer, and his geeky
interests include (but are not limited to) science fiction, the Muppets,
LEGO, board games, video games, and bacon.

Chris Flick - Capes -N- Babes

Capes -N- Babes

Chris graduated from Radford University in 1991 with a graphic design and commercial illustration degree, did a bunch of graphic related odd jobs and eventually wound up in an advertising agency where he taught himself html.

Since then, he got married, had two kids, rescued a couple of stray cats and created a comic strip for called “CMX Suite” that ran for five years. Somewhere in all of this, his unpublished college graphic novel stayed in his brain and eventually he warped that idea into a humor strip, added a crazy werewolf and before he knew it, in 2007, Capes & Babes was officially born.

The stray cats have since passed away and Chris’ house is now overrun with three dogs. Chris continues to write and illustrate Capes and Babes three times a week, attends numerous conventions along the east coast and Chris has joined the Webcomic Comic Alliance ( as a contributing member. Chris wants everyone to know he desperately tried to keep this bio down to two short paragraphs. Chris also wants everyone to know he hates everyone who refers to themselves in third person with a heated passion.

You can read Capes & babes three times a week at

CW Cobalt - Artist / Musician

Emerging during the age of DIY zines and cassette culture in the late 80’s, CW Cobalt has been creating conceptual art for the last 25 years. As a satirical, new media cartoonist poet, Cobalt uses multiples, art objects, text, and performances to create a rich, quirky cartoon universe in which time travel is commonplace and artists function as part-time superheroes. Grassroots, self-published ephemera such as photocopied comic books, postcards, handmade music CD’s, posters, bubblegum cards and installations serve as physical manifestations of his work. His site-specific, didactic, and semi-disposable art works are constructed with offbeat materials such as shag rugs, Polaroid photos, fruit, underwear, old tape recorders, and colored cellophane.

Visual presentations are often accompanied by live musical events and/or a CD soundtrack/concept album of thematically related songs. Many of Cobalt’s fragmented works suggest larger narrative story arcs that need the imagination of the viewer to complete. Cobalt often works with a series of collaborators including artists, models, photographers, actors and musicians; as such, many of the works he produces are executed by a collective, using the "rock band" as a paradigm. His collaborators, including the legendary bands Tombstone Teeth, the Flat Astronauts and the El Maximo Quartet, adopt a variety of fictional identities within the works to help enhance the fictional worlds they create. During Intervention 3, CW Cobalt and his collaborators recorded an entire concept album on site titled “The Forbidden Mansion of Doctor Salamander”. He is currently posting over 300 songs from his archive on

Endlight Entertainment - Ninjas Versus Vampires, TREKOFF Podcast

Come meet the Creators as we screen NINJAS VS ZOMBIES, NINJAS VS VAMPIRES, and NINJAS VS MONSTERS.

Created in the DC Area, the trilogy takes you from the Ninjas' Origin fighting Zombies, to their battle with the Underworld, to their final confrontation with Dracula, Frankenstein, and all the classic monsters. !

TREKOFF is a NSFW Trek related Comedy podcast which has been recording for 3 years (subscribe on iTunes or go to, has nearly 80 episodes and has very recently joined the TREKRADIO family. Featuring Filmmaker Justin Timpane (Ninjas Vs) and actress Alexia Poe, this naughty, raucous TREK podcast has been performing live all over the DMV since their debut at INTERVENTION and is excited to be shooting their feature film TREKOFF: The Motion Picture! Keep an eye out and you might just find your way into the film!!

TREKOFF is just a part of the ENDLIGHT PODCAST NETWORK, which has a bunch of free funny shows like POPOFF - which is currently taking a
hard, slightly drunk look at the Marvel Movies and Harry Potter, as well as THE HOT MESS, THE SUCKCAST, and NINJAS VS YOU - The official
audioblog of the movie NINJAS VS MONSTERS. All the shows can be seen and subscribed to together at

Come check out the podcast being recorded LIVE on Saturday Night, and listen every week at

Mary Ratliff - Good Game / Nine Hour Films

Mary Ratliff is a storyteller at heart, and is equally at home working on fiction and documentary films. As an active member of the D.C. film community, she has worked on several features, a webseries, commercials, and numerous short films as a member of the art department and a script supervisor.

Through her production company, Nine Hour Films, Mary has written and directed several short films including “Catching Up,” based on her award winning screenplay and “The Interview,” a piece completed as part of the Speakeasy Shorts filmmaking competition. She recently completed “Good Game,” a feature length documentary following a team of professional competitive video gamers. The film is on sale now from distributor Devolver Digital Films. Through her partnership with Devolver Digital, she has been able to explore new avenues of digital distribution including being part of the first Humble Bundle to include films, and a very successful online preview screening on

Brian Stillman -- PLASTIC GALAXY

Brian Stillman is the Director and Executive Producer (and mostly everything else) of the documentary Plastic Galaxy, the first film to explore the history and pop-cultural influence of Star Wars toys. He's the founder of X-Ray Films, and has more than 15 years experience as a professional journalist in both the print and video worlds. More importantly, Brian's a die-hard toy collector, and his office is filled with vintage robots and ray guns from the golden age of science fiction, and, not surprisingly, Star Wars toys. He also loves science fiction, whether on the big or little screen or between the covers of a book. Brian's married to the motion graphics artist Mary Hawkins, and the two live under the merciless rule of their cat, Calamity.

Liz Staley - Adrastus / Mastering Manga Studio 5

My name is Liz Staley and I write and draw comics, as well as the occasional novel. I When I was younger I wanted to start my own animation company, I have since discovered I have a passion for comics and changed my focus. Really, loving comics shouldn't have been much of a shock, as my favorite courses in college were scripting and storyboarding. I've been working on Adrastus "seriously" since 2010, and the comic began to post to the web in April of that year. I had the characters and story for much longer than that but was too afraid to do anything with them. Finally though the story wouldn't let me not tell it, and Adrastus began.

Last year I wrote "Mastering Manga Studio 5" for Packt Publishing. My love of the Manga Studio software is pretty widely known, and I get asked a lot of questions online and offline about the program. I was honored to write a book to help comic artists and illustrators use Manga Studio faster and more efficiently than before.

Ben McCormick - "Reality Amuck", "Playing Doctor Podcast"

Ben McCormick (aka Tovias) is the cartoonist and writer for "Reality Amuck" a webcomic about politics, religion and sex. After publishing his book collecting the first years of the comic (It's Supposed to Be America: Reality Amuck Vol. 1) he decided he wasn't sharing enough of his personal life online and jumped into podcasting.

Now Ben co-hosts the "Playing Doctor Podcast" a weekly Doctor Who themed show and is a permanent guest host on Dork Trek" a twice-weekly Star Trek: The Next Generation podcast.

In his free time Ben likes to sit quietly in a dark room contemplating the discovery of the Higgs Bosun and the implications this has on the price of Krispy Kreme crullers and other tasty treats.

Cinematic For The People - Live Movie Riffing

Hey, do you like MST3K? Did you ever watch it and think "Hey, I can do that?" Well... so did we... and now we are.

Cinematic For The People riffs on movies, serials, and shorts, and random specials - FOR FREE - on YouTube. CFTP also occasionally appears at conventions to let YOU, the people, in on the horrible movie watching with a full invitation to riff the movie along with us. This year's trip to Intervention will include two brand new movies for you to hate that may or may not involve giant monsters. We apologize in advance for what we'll make you watch.

Antipode - Geek Bellydance


Antipode was originally founded in 2006 and performed their first skit/dance show at Setsucon 2007. The eccentric dance group has combined their love of otaku/nerd culture with their love of belly dancing to create a unique form of dance known as geek belly dancing. Antipode performs throughout the year at numerous conventions.

The group is primarily made up of four dancers: Ayla, the choreographer; Merika, the costumer; Linwe, fan relations manager, and Termariel, founding member and stand operator. Though primarily the four, Antipode has had multiple guest dancers grace their shows.

Fusing the theatrics of acting with a mix of cosplay, pop-culture, and off- beat humor Antipode brings the audience not just dance, but full geek entertainment.

Chris Impink & Barb Fischer - Sledge Bunny

Studio Unseen is made up of two carbon-based creatures: Chris Impink and Barb Fischer. They recently premiered their new project, Sledgebunny: a sports-anime-inspired comic that takes place in the fast-paced world of flat track roller derby. On December 30, 2009, they closed the book on Fragile Gravity, a strip that featured independent comics, conventions, and (in an earlier arc) an invasionary force of penguins. Oh, and an extra-bitter stoat.

Chris Impink does the artwork and web design; he has been featured in Antarctic Press and did much of the graphic work for The Babylon Project role-playing game. Additionally, his work has been featured at various conventions such as Katsucon, Technicon, and Rising Star. He is also mildly notorious for co-founding Katsucon, though his team of
spin doctors has kept that under wraps for many years. In his rare moments of free time, Chris works with the crew from Super Art Fight ( , running the Wheel of Death and notching up wins on the championship belt.

Barb Fischer does the writing as well as merchandise assembly and convention spotting; when not plotting out the nuts and bolts of Sledgebunny, she supervises the geek training of her eleven-year-old son, who now enjoys listening to the themes to Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Doctor Who. She hopes one day to conquer the world with her invincible shelving robots, but has yet to find anyone who would buy her enough Legos to start construction.

DietStab - Artist, Video Artist


DietStab makes videos set to music on her Youtube channel and maintains a gallery of her artwork on her Deviant Art page.

From DietStab's channel: "Hello my Reject! Welcome to your home, here we take you in and we tell you its OKAY to be a reject, an outcast etc! It's fine! We love you for who you are no matter what disability, what fandom, what height or weight- anything, we love you for you and that is all that matters~!"

Sean Von Gorman - Artist, Comics Writer

Sean Von Gorman is an NYC based Comics Illustrator & Writer. known for TOE TAG RIOT, SECRET ADVENTURES OF HOUDINI and his work for the Occupy Comics Anthology w/ such comics legends as Alan Moore, Mike Allred, David Mack.

His next book PAWN SHOP an Original Graphic Novel which he co-created with Joey Esposito will be released this fall through Z2 Comics.

Check out his website at:

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