||CGC (Certified Guaranty Company) will have a representative on hand at our show and will be witnessing Signature Grades and will be taking submissions for a fee (They will only be taking books for signature authenticity grading). You can find their table near the Guest Area of our show.|
|SCCG(Sacramento Comicbook Creators Group)
||SCCG: Serious about breaking into the comic book industry. The SCCG (Sacramento Comicbook Creators Group) is a great way to help you do it. The group is a Free weekly meet-up of comic book writers, artists, and creators. Each week, Neill Brengettsey hosts and presents tutorials that are helpful for creators looking to make it in comics. Also a great place to network and participate in a quarterly Jam comic book where members can all collaborate on. If you are a writer, artist, or creator and live in the Sacramento,Ca area, we encourage you to join us as we help each other in this crazy industry. Meets each week at Metropolis Comix: 7411 W Stockton Blvd, Ste 150, Sacramento, California 95823|
George first started in comics in 1973 as an assistant to Rich Buckler, working on a back-up story in Astonishing Tales #25. His first solo assignments came a year later when he penciled the story Sons of the Tiger from the black and white magazine Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu, and Man-Wolf from Creatures on the Loose. Within a year of these stories, he was offered regular assignments on Fantastic Four, The Inhumans, and The Avengers. George has worked steadily since that time. It was his work on these large-scale team books that garnered him the reputation as the artist that liked to draw group books. During his historic career, George has worked for every major publisher, as well as some minor ones. He is best known for his work on The New Teen Titans, a series that helped turn DC Comics around in the early 80s and was also the first mainstream title to offer a royalties program to its creators. He is also well known for his runs on Wonder Woman, Marvel Comics’ Avengers series, and for the maxi-series to end all maxi series, Crisis on Infinite Earths.
She is best known as the speaking voice of the titular character in the 1995 Disney animated feature Pocahontas and its direct-to-video sequel Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World. Bedard was also the physical model for the character.
Judith O’Dea is best known for her role as Barbra in the 1968 George A. Romero film Night of the Living Dead. In addition to her signature role, O’Dea has appeared in the television movie The Pirate in the 1970s. She later took a break from acting to focus on raising her family. More recently, O’Dea returned to acting in several horror films including the films Claustrophobia, October Moon and Women’s Studies. She also returned to the Barbra role for Night of the Living Dead: Genesis.