• Morena Baccarin
  • James Tolkan
  • Claudia Wells
  • Harry Waters Jr
  • IMG_0075
  • Graham McTavish
  • Ian Ziering
  • Eve Myles
  • Austin St John
  • David Yost
  • Ben Peter SyFy
  • Allen Bellman
  • Mike Zeck
  • Mike Mckone no words
  • James O’Barr
  • Darwyn Cooke
  • Dave Johnson
  • David Michael Beck
  • David Marquez
  • Thomas Cook
    Thomas Cook
  • Michael Wilson no words
  • Chelsey Cosplay
    Chelsey Cosplay
  • Hailey S Cosplay
    Hailey S Cosplay
Mike Mckone Returns to Cincinnati Comic Expo
Michael "Mike" McKone is a British comic book artist. McKone's first published works for the major companies included DC Comics' Justice League of America and Justice League International for DC Comics and The Punisher War Zone for Marvel Comics. However, it was his work on Marvel's Exiles which brought him instant attention, and led him to work on two of DC's Teen Titans and Marvel's Fantastic Four. [Read More...]
Cincinnati Comic Expo Welcomes Actress Katrina Law
Born in Philadelphia and raised in South Jersey, Katrina Law is developing a resume that is guaranteed to start turning heads in the entertainment industry in 2014. With roles in notable television series including “CSI: Miami” (CBS) “Legend of the Seeker” (ABC) and “Chuck” (NBC), plus supporting and lead roles in independent films such as KNUCKLEDRAGGERS, LUCKY NUMBERS, EMMET’S MARK, THE LEARNING CURVE, and BOTTOM FEEDERS to name a few, [Read More...]
James O'Barr Brings the Crow To Cincinnati Comic Expo
James O'Barr is an American graphic artist, best known as the creator of the comic book series The Crow. O'Barr, an orphan, was raised in the foster care system. He studied Renaissance sculpture, live models and photographic still lifes. In 1978, O'Barr's fiancée, Beverly, was killed by a drunk driver, and he enlisted in the Marines in an effort to cope with the loss. He was stationed in Germany and illustrated combat manuals for the military. While living in Berlin in 1981, O'Barr began work on The Crow as a means of dealing with his personal tragedy. O'Barr was further inspired by a Detroit newspaper account of the murder of a young couple over a $20 engagement ring. [Read More...]