Tim Gooch-The Brothers Barbarian, actor, director of On Patrol, The Brothers Barbarian.
Stephen Zimmer-Author-Fires of Eden Series, producer, Director of Swordbearer, Shadows
Light and publisher at Seventh Star Press.
Sean Taylor-Comics/Author of Gene Simmons Dominatrix, IDW Comics, Shooting Star Comics
Brian Shirley-Formerly of Geek Tyrant, decided to branch out in 2011 and Launch Alien
Bee Entertainment News and The Alien Bee Brand. Brian also created the fan favoriteCreature
Feature Comic book Crocaloctopus. He has also helped produce several independent
horror movies, and iscurrently working on the upcoming horror film SCARECROW.
Alabama Ghostbusters- One of the most dedicated Ghostbusters fangroups in America!
Jason Craig-Comic Book Artist of Freddy vs. Jason and the New Artist for EVIL ERNIE
from Dynamite Comics.
Jason Flowers- is a full-time Freelance/Comic Book Artist from Atlanta, GA. Currently
he has just finished working on sketch cards for such properties as DEADWORLD for
DESPERADO and VAMPIRELLA for DYNAMIC FORCES. Both through BREYGENT CARDS. Other recent
work includes illustrating Night of the Living Dead and 50th Anniversary AVENGERS
TV series sets for U.K. sketch card company, UNSTOPPABLE CARDS. He's done a graphic
novel, short story, and numerous pin-ups for ARCANA COMICS, sketch cards for ALTERNA
COMICS, cover art for 215 INK, and numerous independent books through BLACK THUMB,
and OCTA-INK PRESS. He is finishing up a 66pg. horror graphic novel called, BLOODY
OLDE ENGLUND, which should be out next fall.
Brian Troxell- writer / Director At Caisson Films Anime Pi (web series) Ft. Slaughterdale,
Intrusive Behavior, Deep Seeded
Joe Pruett-Comic Book Editor, Pruett broke into the industry in 1989 as Bob Burden's
assistant on Flaming Carrot Comics, where he inked backgrounds, assisted on lettering,
and transcribed scripts. He worked with Burden from issues #23-29. In 1992 Joe joined
Gary Reed's Caliber Comics where he served through 1998 as a writer, an editor, and
a creative director. While at Caliber, Joe's anthology title, Negative Burn, was
nominated for numerous EISNER AWARDS. In 1998 He left Caliber to become a freelance
writer and became a regular contributor to Marvel's X-Men books. In particular he
wrote Cable during the storylines "Apocalypse: The Twelve" and "Ages of Apocalypse".
Pruett formed Desperado Publishing in the summer of 2004 and brought back the second
series of Negative Burn.He is launching a third series of yearly anthology books