The following people are scheduled to appear at Intervention 2013 as Guests / Panelists


Intervention 2013 Guest List:

Mark Frauenfelder - BoingBoing, MAKE Magazine

Mark Frauenfelder is the founding editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine, and the founder of Boing Boing. He was an editor at Wired from 1993-1998, the founding editor of, and is the author of six books. His latest book is Made By Hand: My Adventures in the World of Do It Yourself

Paul Sabourin - Paul and Storm, w00Tstock

Photo credit: Maarten de Boer

Paul Sabourin is one-half of Paul and Storm, a duo known internationally and across the Internet for their original comedy music (often with a "nerd-ish" bent). In addition to their own live performances, they are co-founders of the geek-oriented variety show w00tstock, along with Wil Wheaton and Adam Savage. The duo's original webseries musical, "LearningTown", debuted on YouTube's Geek & Sundry channel in January 2013.

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.

Raul Aguirre Jr. - Disney Animator, Man Vs. Art Podcast

Raul Aguirre Jr. is a professional Animator, Writer, and Director with over 19 years experience in Film TV and Web. He's earned 8 feature credits at Disney where he was the now retired Glen Keane's last protege. He produced and directed his own short Hero Heights for Nickelodeon and has contributed on FOX's Family Guy.

Raul currently works as the Storyboard Supervisor on the hit Nickelodeon Show Lalaloopsy produced at Moonscoop Studios. One day a week he teaches animation at the Gnomon School of Visual effects. From his L.A. Studio Raul develops content, creates animated shorts and produces and hosts the Man vs. Art Podcast. A show geared specifically for his fellow artists to listen to while they work and deals with all forms of visual art with special emphasis on Animation and comics.

Jennifer Logue

Jennifer Logue is a singer/songwriter who splits her time between NYC and Philadelphia. Her music has been featured on ABC and MTV and in her career thus far, has been honored by both ASCAP and the John Lennon Songwriting Competition for her songwriting. As an artist, her career is on the move. With the release of her latest album, "The Split Sessions," Jennifer has opened up for Jon Herington of Steely Dan at the legendary Bitter End in NYC, opened for Cee- Lo, *The Black Keys, and Patti Smith at Virgin Mobile Freefest, did a string of shows at the Sundance Film Festival and CMJ music festival, and more, recently, performed at the Madeira Film Festival in Portugal alongside Kyle Eastwood and Phamie Gow. Jennifer is now in the studio working on new music and performing select shows. Her main focus at the moment is developing "Rock On Philly," a music site dedicated to the Philadelphia music scene. For all the latest on Jennifer, stay tuned to

Shaenon Garrity - Skin Horse, Narbonic

Shaenon K. Garrity is an award-winning cartoonist and scriptwriter best known for the online comics Narbonic, Li'l Mell, Smithson and Skin Horse. She works as a manga editor for Viz Media and teaches at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Her writing on comics appears in The Comics Journal, Otaku USA and She lives in Berkeley with her husband Andrew and their cat Tesla.

Jeffrey Wells - Skin Horse

Jeffrey C. Wells is best known as the co-writer and co-creator of the award-winning webcomic Skin Horse, and he also can be seen dabbling in prose-writing over at He lives in the wilds of rural Wisconsin with a wonderful spouse, more pets than you can shake a stick at, and a recently-acquired cellular Internet connection which occasionally allows him to view something called "YouTube videos" in the comfort of his own home. It's really remarkable.

Margee Kerr - ScareHouse, Scare U

Margee Kerr currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA where she teaches courses in sociology for the University of Pittsburgh. She grew up outside of Baltimore and attended Hollins University in Roanoke, VA where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in 2002. Moving to Pittsburgh for graduate school, she studied Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh completing her Masters degree in 2004 and her PhD in 2009.

Margee has extensive experience in research, co-authoring scholarly articles on the history of medicine and doctor/patient communication. She is also a nationally recognized expert on professional haunted houses. She was a featured presenter at The American Sociology Association’s annual meeting in 2005, HauntCon (National Haunted Attraction Convention) in 2012, and at TransWorld (the largest national haunted attraction convention in the world) in 2013.

Margee works year round for ScareHouse consulting with the creators and owners on how to be scientifically scary and in developing, implementing, and analyzing data on customers and employees. In 2012 Margee helped to create, write, and host the "Scare U" web series with the ScareHouse which aired in October of 2012. Scare U presents fast paced
 and entertaining lessons all about fear, covering everything from the evolution of the fight or flight response to the fear of zombies and clowns, to why people love to be scared.

You can read more about Margee and her adventures in haunting from a sociologist perspective in her interview with Edith Zimmerman on the Hairpin.

Steven Archer and Donna Lynch - Ego Likeness

Ego Likeness was created in 1999 by artist Steven Archer, a DC native, and writer Donna Lynch in Baltimore, Maryland--taking their name from Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel 'Dune'.

Steven, a graduate of The Corcoran School of Art, continues to exhibit paintings, sculpture, and mixed media pieces in various galleries, stores, conventions, and venues throughout the US, and online through the band's website, Facebook, and his Etsy store. He has been a regular contributor to Weird Tales Magazine and Steampunk Magazine. He is the author and illustrator of one children's book, 'Luna Maris' (Imaginary Books, 2008), and the graphic novel 'Red King Black Rook'.

In addition to numerous poems and short stories, Donna has done various spoken word performances, and released two collections of poetry: 'In My Mouth' (2000) and 'Ladies & Other Vicious Creatures' (Raw Dog Screaming Press, 2007). Her first novel 'Isabel Burning' debuted in 2008 through Raw Dog Screaming Press and a prequel is scheduled for release in early 2013. A novella, 'Driving Through the Desert' was released on Thunderstorm Books in 2012. She is a recurring guest reader at, and is an active member in the Horror Writer's Association.

Ego Likeness has released 5 (soon to be 6) Studio albums, 4 EPs, and appeared on numerous compilations--while sharing the stage with the groups The Damned, Peter Murphy, Chris Connelly, Collide, Razed in Black, Bella Morte, Das Ich, The Cruxshadows, Voltaire, Ayria, Angelspit, The Ludovico Technique and many more.

Note: Ego Likeness will not be performing at Intervention but will be appearing on panels and workshops as well as at their table within the Vendors Room.

The Slants

Special Friday August 23rd Panel/Workshop/Vending Appearance:

The Slants are known as the first all-Asian American dance rock band in the world. The Slants have been a major force in the anime convention circuit, performing at Comic-Con, Otakon, Zenkiakon, MTAC, and many more. The Slants have also built up a large following through frequent touring and sharing the stage at events with acts such as Katy Perry, (Black Eyed Peas), Metallica, Mindless Self Indulgence, etc.

The band has been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered,", Shojo Beat, and appeared on over 1500 radio stations, tv shows, magazines, and websites in 81 countries. They are well known for their involvement with the Asian American community and fighting racist ideas/stereotypes.

Note: The Slants will not be playing a musical set at Intervention.

A.J. Rosa - My Life with SEGA

We've Been Notified by A.J. Rosa That He Will Be Unable To Attend Intervention 2013.

Born and raised in San Pedro, CA, A.J. is an independent moviemaker who's risen to some notoriety thanks to his YouTube webseries, "My Life with SEGA", where he reviews retro SEGA games and consoles, using nothing more than a video game, an off-the-shelf consumer editing program and a raunchy sense of humor. A.J. has made several short films - The Devil's Due (2010), Flicker (2011) and Quiet Torments (2012) - and music videos since he was 19, using the very same tools he employs today.

Rather than blowing thousands of dollars on film school, he educated himself through listening to countless audio commentaries, reading some books and playing video games. A true product of the digital age where the greatest talents who have ever lived can be your teacher, only to achieve it with cheap consumer equipment. A.J. recently released a SEGA themed action/comedy, My Life with SEGA: The Next Level, and continues to produce new episodes for his web-series.

Onezumi Hartstein - Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos

Fans say that Onezumi is what would happen if Dirty Harry and Weird Al Yankovic had a daughter that loved to draw.

Oni is one of the most active contributors to and supporter of the webcomics scene:

- She co-writes and draws "Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos" and "My Annoying Life", both are Lovecraftian Horror Comedies.
- She founded an entire webcomics and New Media convention. Intervention is a convention for webcomics, fans, and creators who want to learn, have fun, or just geek out.
- She posts random art, more tutorials, and awesomeness in her personal blog Onezumiverse.

CONNECT: Oni's Twitter - Oni's Facebook - Stupid and Insane FB Fan Page

James Harknell - Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos / My Annoying Life / / Erfworld


Harknell has been working with Onezumi for over 11 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 serves as a webmaster and guide for the online comic and blogging industry. His most recent accomplishments include custom website installs for Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos and Erfworld. Harknell co-founded Intervention and recently took over the writing duties for Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos.

Harknell is best known for his easy to understand way of helping artists get their websites up and running. He has been a recurring guest speaker at places like XM Satellite Radio, Katsucon (, Ubercon (, Balticon (, and Otakon (

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

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.

Hello The Future

Nicole and her one-person band Hello, The Future! sings stories about the intersection of fandom and reality. This is her FOURTH YEAR at Intervention! She has also performed at MAGFest, Phoenix Comicon, Gam3rcon, Dragon*Con, Philcon, Lunacon, and and a bunch of other places with "con" at the end of them. This year she is singing material from her new "true stories" album, Giant Robot Album, in addition to old favorites like that one about the monkeys and the robots. Get ready to rock. - See more at:


The Enticing dance group, Antipode, has combined their love of otaku/nerd culture with their love of belly dancing to create a unique form of dance known as Theatrical Belly Dance. Antipode performs throughout the year at cons & events on the East Coast.

The group is primary made up of three dancers: Ayla, the head choreographer, who also runs the blog & co-runs the podcast “Geek Belly Dance” and their youtube account; Merika, the costumer, who runs their Etsy site under Antipode Antics; and Termariel, the scriptwriter, that founded the group “The LARPettes”.

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. For more information about their shows check out their facebook page and please like them.

Endlight Entertainment - Ninjas Versus Vampires, TREKOFF Podcast

For the FIRST TIME EVER, the entire NINJAS VS TRILOGY is being screened, right here at INTERVENTION. Come meet the Creators as we screen NINJAS VS ZOMBIES, NINJAS VS VAMPIRES, and the brand new, unreleased 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 2 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

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 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.

Kara Dennison - Con Screw and many other comics

Kara Dennison (AKA The Heaven-Breaking Pen, etc.) is a deadly force of nature whose introduction into your universe comes in the form of broken arms and shattered spirits. It's not surprising given her feats of fancy: Aside from making the sun go supernova in the year 7689 due to a time paradox, she's drawn and written several webcomics, including the recently-wrapped ConScrew, and Fanbreeding for Nth Degree Magazine

Her acting talents can be seen in various productions (both on stage and in voice) and regular appearances with the elite Luna-C comedy troupe. Her costuming talents have been proven deadly enough to render a certain Japanese cosplay idol giddy with joy (before she broke her heart). Currently, she wanders the pop culture wasteland, searching for the truth that eludes us all. Pray that she's still out there....

Travis Surber - Hainted Holler

Travis Surber wanted to be a writer of serious comics and fantasy novels.Instead he is in his third year of producing the humor strip Hainted Holler which follows a group of Southern Geeks in a small redneck town. Along the way he has somehow managed to produce 2 print collections of strips, generate a cult like following, and keep the majority of his co-workers from discovering his webcomicking genius.(They'd be jealous.) Despite a full time job though, and an infant daughter, Travis has recently found time to revisit the novel, and comic ideas and hopes to make a big announcement soon.

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 recently 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

NERD Comics

Bree Rubin is the co-founder of NERD comics. She is the creator of two regular webcomics, the autobiographical Sex, Drugs, & June Cleaver and the irreverent story about the business of God Mysterious Ways, Inc.. She is also responsible for several self-published comic titles, such as "Silly Rabbit: revenge of the Trix Rabbit".

NERD Comics, founded with Ami Bogin of, is a web and print comics group that has monthly open meet-ups in NYC and puts out an annual anthology.

Eric Kimball - Exiern, Sarah's Missing Shadow

Eric Kimball (Drowemos) is the writer for the webcomics Exiern ( and Blade Bunny ( Exiern is a fantasy parody exploring about a barbarian warrior that gets turned into a barbarian maiden by an errant wizards spell. The comic explores gender roles and self perceptions in a humors light hearted way. Blade Bunny follows the adventures of a ninja assassin in a playboy bunny outfit . As for Eric he's just a guy who still finds the word Titmouse funny.

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.

Dave Ghoul - DJ

DJ and all around convention dance-party instigator Dave Ghoul returns to Intervention to provide the soundtrack to Friday and Saturday night's festivities!

Dave Ghoul is a longtime DJ and event organizer from Philadelphia that specializes in alternative dance music (Electro, EBM, Synth, Industrial, Goth, Steampunk, Neo-Swing, Dark Cabaret). He's one of the founders and co-organizers of the Philly Zombie Crawl and its undead siblings the Philly Zombie Beach Party and the Philly Zombie Prom. He's also a resident DJ at both Shadowland Lancaster (monthly Goth and Industrial club night) and Dorian's Parlor (quarterly Steampunk hootenanny). And, if that's not enough, he's DJed a long list of conventions and events including Dracula's Ball, Diabolique Ball, The Philly Pirate Cruise, The Steampunk World's Fare, The SteamWërk Ball, The Twisted World, and Wicked Faire.

For more information about Dave Ghoul, please visit Also, Dave Ghoul feels awkward writing in third person.

Michael Dougherty - Browncoats:Redemption, Z*Con

Michael C. Dougherty 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.

Michael’s efforts in raising awareness of the film, and the causes it supports, has led to global awareness and donations for the project. 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

Cinematic For The People

Cinematic For The People (CFTP for short) is a live-action bad movie riffing experience, with an emphasis on the Live and a lesser one on the Action. While a “movie” (and we use that term loosely here, folks) plays on the big screen, our panel of “celebrity” (also used loosely) riffers will do their best to rip the movie a few new sprocket holes. CFTP aims to be a full-feature experience, akin to watching an episode of MST3K live (with a generous touch of Rocky Horror thrown in) – complete with host segments, silly outfits, and a cameo appearance by our own suspiciously Servo-esque “Mr. Hal Sirveaux” at some point during the event. There may also be prizes, audience participation, and even be a singalong at some point.

H.A. "Chezhnian" Kennedy and Eren Fitzgerald - Tamuran

H.A. "Chezhnian" Kennedy and Eren Fitzgerald are the respective creator/writer and artist/co-writer of Tamuran, a manga-style epic fantasy webcomic. Tamuran is a story about a young royal heir suddenly turned king-in-exile and his unlikely protectors, and their quest to save their kingdom from the country of powerful, grudge-bearing sorcerers that have taken it over. The story has been under the pen since 2008, and the webcomic has been ongoing since 2010.

Chezhnian has been world-building the setting in which Tamuran takes place for over 12 years, and she does the main writing for the comic and also contributes design work. Writing music is one of Chezhnian's passions, and an original score soundtrack inspired by the comic is currently in progress.

Eren has been drawing webcomics since 2005, when he started working on Shades of Veil as an homage to his college roommates' Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Now he is focusing his comicking mainly on co-writing and illustrating Tamuran. Eren recently spent a year and a half teaching English in elementary and junior high schools in Japan, where his drawing skills and love of manga ended up being just as useful as his Japanese language degree.

Steve Napierski - Dueling Analogs

Steve Napierski first got into webcomics in 1999 with the ill-fated Life With Fishnets about his local Rocky Horror cast. In 2004, he began work laying out and coloring Bored and Evil, a task he performed for the first two years of that comic's run. The following year he launched the daily webcomic The Outer Circle and later that year he debuted the twice-weekly Dueling Analogs. He is also the founder of the webcomic group Gamers Pair of Dice.

T. Campbell and Phil Kahn - Guilded Age

An ex-stage actor and failed Internet shut-in, T Campbell has written eighteen gazintillion pages of comics, including Guilded Age, Penny and Aggie, Fans, Cool Cat Studio, Divalicious, Search Engine Funnies, Rip and Teri and just a little Avengers. He spends his “spare time” designing crosswords, drafting health care bills and seeking the Anti-Life Equation.

A longtime Professional Neckbeard, Phil Kahn has spent a few years writing for various Webcomic, Webcomic Criticism, and Webcomic Enthusiast sites, and is now trying to take his accumulated knowledge and put it all to good use on Guilded Age. While building a daytime career as an IT Support Specialist and Pokémon Trainer, he also spends a great deal of time practicing silly voices/faces in front of a mirror for the inevitable day where the only thing that can save the whole of humanity from certain doom is his impression of Henchman #24. Out of the three creators, he is also totally that Gnome Warlock who just won’t DIE ALREADY. He has also recently risen to the challenge to become a Super Art Fighter as Phil "The Commando" Kahn, and is destined to become the Super Art Fight Champion of the Universe.

3 Responses to “Guests”

  1. Robert (LORD ZEDD) Axelrod says:


    My name is Robert Axelrod. I am the voice of LORD ZEDD and FINSTER in the wildly popular MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS. I also did the voices of ARMIDILLOMON and WIZARDMON in the DIGIMON series, MICROCHIP in SPIDERMAN, wrote several episodes of SAMURAI PIZZA CATS, and have done dozens of Anime projects including AKIRA, JIN-JIN, and COWBOY BEBOP. I’ve just finished anime mini-series GAIKING, DANGUARD ACE, CAPTAIN HORLOCK, and FIST OF THE NORTH STAR for Winckler Productions. Also was RICO in ROBOTECH! I’ve been in the business since 1981. I would like to be a guest at your convention. I’ve been a guest at over fifty conventions since 2008 including ACEN and TEKKOSHOCON. I can lead many different interesting panels concerning voice acting and ADR writing and directing. My fan base is tremendous!

    I’ve also starred or co-starred on camera in many sci-fi/fantasy/horror projects including STAR TREK VOYAGER & ENTERPRISE, THE BLOB, EXORCISM, ICE CRAWLERS, TOTAL REX (both directed by John Buechler), STARMAN, MIDNIGHT, AMAZING STORIES, and THE REVENANT.

    Would you please steer this communication in the right direction, to the right person, so we may talk about my being a guest? I’d be ever so grateful.


    Robert Axelrod
    (213) 483-1449

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