Michael Wayne Foster is an American actor and producer, born in Monroe, Michigan.
Michael has built up a formidable career in Hollywood as an actor in both film and television. His numerous credits began when he first appeared in Gi Joe: The Rise of Cobra as a Cobra neo-viper. Michael then landed guest-starring roles in 90210, Disney's Kickin' It and Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, MTV's Awkward, Nickelodeon's The Thundermans and Henry Danger, The Middle, Black-ish and Lethal Weapon. He has appeared multiple times on SYFY's Face-Off and has been featured on ABC, ABC Family, STYLE, BRAVO, National Geographic and A&E. After securing the starring role in the David V Goliath, IMDB named him #32 on their list of Hollywood's most physically imposing actors. He also has appeared on multiple national commercials for companies such as AT&T, Coca-Cola and Novartis. Michael has appeared on over 600 international romance novel covers including works by many USA Today best-selling authors.
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Hailing from Southeast Michigan, Disfusional Studios’ lead designer and fabricator, Ashlee Kalthoff, has been creating and showing her artwork since 2005. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Design, Ashlee has applied her traditional artistic background to costume and prop design. At the 2012 Michigan Renaissance Festival, her World of Warcraft based headpiece and cosplay garnered high praise from contest judges and was an obvious crowd favorite.
Since 2016, under the direction of Kalthoff, Disfusional Studios has won many cosplay ‘Best in Show’, and craftsmanship titles around the Great Lakes region. Her attention to detail and advanced sewing and fabrication techniques have allowed her creations to stand in the spotlight again and again. To further her commitment to the craft and culture she shares build guides, fabrication techniques, tutorials, and general advice and information to whoever asks. As a former educator, Kalthoff imparts wisdom on anyone who shows interest in her creations.
Nick, a pro-level bodybuilder, had his direction in life abruptly changed by his son. Finding out his son had cancer and feeling the heartache firsthand, he soon decided to find a way to help. The Hulk was born! Along with assistance from his wife, Ashley, Nick now travels the eastern side of America meeting kids at hospitals and homes.
Now helping to raise funds for pediatric cancer and Hulk strong, Nick has a full schedule. We are so grateful that he could join us. Please check out his Facebook page!
The Shake Ups are an award-winning, Midwestern-based power-pop music collective that blends co-ed vocals, bouncy melodies and infectious energy into a refreshingly charming sound. The Shake Ups are comprised of Patrick O'Connor (vocals, guitars), Savannah O'Connor (keyboards, vocals), Lee Cherolis (bass), Luisanna Rodriguez (vocals, percussion), Ed Cho (guitars) and Steve Hinckley (drums). Originally formed in 2005, The Shake Ups have independently released several full-length albums on their own Gelatinous Productions and Murk-Ta imprints alongside projects with indie labels Blindspot and Not Lame. The Shake Ups have performed at San Diego's legendary House of Blues and at events such as the International Pop Overthrow Festival and Blitzkrieg Bash, among others.
Robert Anthony "Robbie" Rist is an American actor, voice actor, singer, and musician. He is known for playing Cousin Oliver in The Brady Bunch and Martin in Grady. Rist is also known for voicing assorted characters in television shows, games and movies, including Stuffy, the overly-proud stuffed dragon in Doc McStuffins, Whiz in Kidd Video, Star in Balto, Maroda in Final Fantasy X, Choji Akimichi in Naruto, and Michelangelo in the 1990 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Additionally, he and director Anthony C. Ferrante provided music for the Sharknado film and the theme song for the Sharknado franchise.
Erin Grey Van Oosbree, credited as Grey DeLisle and Grey Griffin, is an American voice actress, comedian and singer-songwriter. Her roles include Vicky from The Fairly OddParents, Samantha "Sam" Manson from Danny Phantom, Mandy from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Frankie Foster, Duchess and Goo from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender, Yumi Yoshimura from Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, Kimiko Tohomiko from Xiaolin Showdown, Lola, Lana and Lily Loud from The Loud House, Queen Butterfly and Jackie Lynn Thomas from Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Wubbzy from Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and Prince Puppycorn from Unikitty!. As of 2001, she is the current voice of Daphne Blake from the Scooby-Doo franchise. In video games, she voices characters such as Amanda Valenciano Libre in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Jacqueline Natla in the Tomb Raider series and Catwoman in the Batman: Arkham series.
Tom Rapka is the owner creator of T3 comics. Tom is the creator/ writer/ Inker/ colorist for Death Dwells, and the writer /creator for Old man of the Mountain and The Book of Sarah comic book series. Tom has also done some Inking and Colorwork for Cornerstone Studios.
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K. Lynn Smith is an artist and writer from Michigan. Her artwork has won the Michigan Press Award, as well as the Helen Victoria Haynes World Peace Cartoon Contest. She is the writer and artist of the western comic PLUME, published by Devil's Due Comics, and the series FOR GOODNESS' SAKE, and has been involved with projects such as GARFIELD: HIS 9 LIVES, AFTERGLOW written by Pat Shand, HOPE co-created with Dirk Manning, and LOOT, written by Don Handfield and Richard Rayner.
Clayton D. Murwin AKA "The Hero Maker," is a Freelance Artist/Comic Artist, he has been drawing and painting for over 40 years. He produced and was Project manager/Editor/Artist on Untold Stories From Iraq and Afghanistan Graphic Novel with a forward written by Larry Hama, a compilation of real-life stories from the Veterans who lived it. The book included art from many different artists in the mainstream and indie comic industry.
He produced Korean War Volume 1 & Korean War Volume 2 for the DOD for the 60th Anniversary the KW60 project through his Veterans non-profit Heroes Fallen Studios, unfortunately no longer in operation. He has been published in The Journal of Military Experience volume 2 and Volume 3 as a contributing artist for real stories told by Veterans.. He has donated many works for Veteran Charities and Children Charities.. He is a Veteran supporter and has done many portraits free of charge for Gold Star Families who have lost loved ones in service.
He is presently doing Illustrations for Ron Fortier’s Airship27 Productions story Eye of Dawn by Brad Sinor.
He is also doing the pencils for Yeet Presents comic Kardos Vampire Detective by Dennis Miller. And is also a Cover Artist for Charles F. Millhouse’s book 8 of his Captain Hawklin book series.
Mark has been a comic book artist for 32 years, having worked for both Marvel and DC comics on the likes of The X Men and Spider-Man to Batman and The Justice League. There are almost 600 comics that list his name in the credits and 12,000 pages that bear his ink lines on them.
Mark’s work can be seen in Legendary Picture Books PACIFIC RIM movie prequel as well as Dark Horse Comic’s Star Wars-The Old Republic: The Lost Suns. In 2012 his work on the online webcomic titled “Star Wars: Blood of the Empire“ was collected into an 84-page trade paperback and was the lynchpin for 2012 released Bio-ware online video game, The Old Republic. DC and Marvel have collected Mark’s work in multitudes of titles such as Doom Patrol, Deadpool Classic and Exiles.
His children’s book series Banana Tail and Friends is a labor of love that he created when his daughter was four and had a newborn son.
Mark has also created, written, inked and published the Sci-Fi/Horror COMBAT JACKS comic book mini-series. COMBAT JACKS #3… “The Saga Continues” was recently published and is now available under Mark’s Banana Tale Press imprint.
For more Banana Tail info please visit www.Bananatail.com.
Founded by Katie "Quinn" Pershon in 2016, quinn.tessentialGeek started as a hobby to mix geek iconography with a clean, bright, minimalistic style. While it originated with video games, it has since branched out to include well-known television, movie, anime, and comic characters. With such a wide scope of interests, the subject matter is seemingly endless and ever-expanding. When she's not creating pop-art fan prints, Quinn works to expand her style in digital illustration and character design, hangs out with her spouse, games, and gives her furry kids lots of cuddles.
Source Point Press
Source Point Press publishes books, comic books, and graphic novels. Working with both industry legends, and new talents on the rise, we strive to bring you the best storytelling in horror, sci-fi, pulp, true crime, the occult, and the supernatural.