SANTA ROSA COMIC-CON Comic Book and Fantasy shows  
Moonball Comics Presents:

October 20th, 2019
HYATT REGENCY Sonoma Wine Country
170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa, CA. 95401, CA

Sun. 10:00am TO 5:00pm

Admission is Only $10.00 and sold at the door.

(Children 8yrs and under are Free)

Parking Will Be Only $5 (Show Discount)

Come join the fun and excitement of the Sonoma County's Biggest and Best 1 Day Comic Book, Toy and Fantasy Convention.

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Check Out Our 2019 SPECIAL GUEST'S

Bradstreet entered the comic book industry in 1990, working with Tim Truman on Dragon Chiang.

Bradstreet's work on White Wolf Publishing's Vampire: The Masquerade garnered him much critical praise. This, in turn, led to the addition of many major comic book publishers to his clientele. He has since drawn for scores of comics-related projects including Dark Horse's Hard Looks and Another Chance to Get It Right (with author Andrew Vachss), Star Wars, Clive Barker's Age of Desire, Marvel's The Punisher and Blade, and Vertigo's Gangland, Unknown Soldier, Human Target, and Hellblazer.

Bradstreet's work has also extended to games of many types. His work on role-playing games has included GDW’s Twilight 2000 and FASA's Shadowrun. He has involved in art design for the Activision's Vampire: Bloodlines video game. He illustrated cards in Last Unicorn Games' CCG Heresy: Kingdom Come.

Bradstreet was awarded the 1996 International Horror Guild Award for Best Artist. He was also nominated for a 2005 IHG Award for his Hellblazer covers. Bradstreet has also been nominated for the 2002 Best Cover Artist Eisner Award for his Hellblazer covers.

In 2000, he joined director Guillermo del Toro as a conceptual artist helping work on the visual design for the film Blade II. In 2003, Bradstreet worked on a number of movie posters for the Marvel/Lions Gate film, The Punisher as well as the cover for The Punisher: Countdown mini-comic that was packaged with the original DVD release. In 2006 Bradstreet provided artwork for a black and white stop motion animated scene set in Kuwait for the extended cut DVD. Bradstreet has also done posters for the films - Punisher: War Zone, Dark Country, Give 'Em Hell, Malone, and I Melt with You. He has done a poster for the TV Series The Expanse.

Bradstreet was also the regular cover artist for two books, Marvel’s The Punisher and Vertigo/DC's Hellblazer. He has created over 70 covers for both books in the past five years.

In 2006, Bradstreet created the controversial album art for British heavy metal band Iron Maiden's album A Matter of Life and Death, which featured a mob of skeleton soldiers walking in front of a tank and features Eddie, the band's mascot at the top of the tank with a Thompson M1/M1A1 pointed up in the air. In 2016, he appeared on Brad Jones' Midnight Screenings to discuss the movie Why Him?.


Eric Roberts is an American actor. His career began with a leading role in King of the Gypsies (1978), for which he received his first Golden Globe Award nomination. He was again recognized by the Golden Globes for his interpretation of Paul Snider in Bob Fosse's Star 80 (1983). Roberts' performance in Runaway Train (1985), as prison escapee Buck McGeehy, earned him a nomination for a third Golden Globe and a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

In a career spanning over 40 years, Roberts has amassed more than 500 credits, including Raggedy Man (1981), The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984), The Specialist (1994), Cecil B. Demented (2000), National Security (2003), A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006), The Dark Knight (2008), The Expendables (2010) and Inherent Vice (2014). His equally varied television work includes three seasons with the sitcom Less than Perfect, as well as recurring roles on the NBC drama Heroes and the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, as well as Saved by the Light, the legal drama Suits, Fox's The Finder, and as The Master in the 1996 Doctor Who television movie.

His sisters Julia Roberts and Lisa Roberts Gillan, wife Eliza Roberts, and daughter Emma Roberts, also have acting careers.

Since the 1970s, he is the only actor in history to have more than 500 credits (blockbusters, independent films, animated films, TV series, animated series, short films and student films). And with Santa Rosa Comic Con he will be adding 1 more credit when he appears on Creature Features, filmed right here in Winsor.


In His Own Words:
My professional career took off in 1979 with Ka-zar the Savage, written by Bruce Jones. The Marvel Graphic Novel X-Men "God Loves, Man Kills" followed. Since then I've had a part in creating a wide-ranging list of works, including the innovative cinematic comic, Somerset Holmes, again with Bruce Jones and April Campbell, the heroic space-opera, Strikeforce:Morituri, written by Peter Gillis, and the award-winning Astro City with Kurt Busiek. My more recent credits include J. Michael Straczynski's Rising Stars, Green Lantern: Legacy, with Bill Sienkiewicz, contributions to New 52 Action Comics #2, and a six-issue stint on the New 52 Phantom Stranger.

I'm pleased to see Astro City being published again, with the opportunity to revisit old characters, as well as create new ones in the world's ever-expanding pantheon. I'm also working on an original graphic novel, El Jaguar, involving a coyote, an immigrant smuggler, who escorts his clients through the land of the dead in their desperate gamble to be reborn into a better life. On a completely different note, I'm in the process of creating a newspaper strip, 'You Can't Always Get What You Want,' a comic look at the working class side of suburbia.


Mark Bode has been working as a professional comic artist since the age of 15 when he was hired to color VAUGHN BODE (his father) black and white strip ZOOKS, for HEAVY METAL MAGAZINE. In the comic book field Mark is known for MIAMI MICE, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES and the graphic novel series COBALT 60. Mark has worked as a tattooist, toy and clothing designer. He is also well known as a mural artist and is invited to paint murals at art festivals around the world. Mark is presently working with a team to self-produce an animation of COBALT 60.


Eliza Roberts was born as Eliza Rayfiel. She is a casting director and actress, known for National Lampoon's Animal House (1978), Doctor Who (1996) and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993). She has been married to Eric Roberts since August 16, 1992.


Vincent, Tangella and Mr. Livingston host the 21st-century version of Creature Features, the classic San Francisco Bay Area horror-host program made famous by Bob Wilkins in the 70's and John Stanley in the 80's. Host Vincent Van Dahl, former frontman for 90's metal band "Prince of Darkness" retired from music a few years back to pursue a quiet life in Bodega Bay at his newly-acquired home, The Poulter Manor. From this haunted mansion, he is joined by his housemate Tangella and his valet Mr. Livingston to deliver the best guests and the worst movies to the entire Bay Area and around the world.

Tom produced the award winning documentary films "Remembering Playland at the Beach" and "Watch Horror Films, Keep America Strong . He is the official Creature Features historian/archivist. Tom's latest film "Haunted Sonoma County" was released in October of last year. Tom is also now a Director on the current "Creature Features" TV show.

John is best known to Bay Area fans as the host of the late night KTVU TV 2 show "Creature Features" John has written six volumes of the "Creature Features Movie Guide" series as well as the autobiographic "I Was a TV Horror Host".


Oliff broke into professional comics by attending comic book conventions and meeting people. At one convention he met publisher Byron Preiss. Preiss gave Oliff his first major coloring job (on a Shadowjack story in The Illustrated Roger Zelazny). More work with Preiss's publications followed, including a job on a Howard Chaykin graphic novel, which in turn led to Oliff getting his first Marvel Comics' job, coloring Bill Sienkiewicz's first Moon Knight story in The Hulk! magazine. From there Oliff went on to color hundreds of titles in a variety of coloring formats.

In addition to coloring thousands of comic pages for all sorts of companies, Oliff has written two comic books, Armature and Armature: Darkpark and Lightworld, and is currently writing the third in his series. The Armature character first appeared in ads in Spawn and Youngblood comics, and in a back-up story in issue 14 of The Maxx. From 2003 to the present, Armature has been a weekly comic strip in Oliff's local newspaper, the Independent Coast Observer.

In 2005, Oliff collaborated with Cheri Carlstedt on a history of his hometown, Point Arena, California. The Early Days of Point Arena: A Pictorial History of the City and Township was published by Olyoptics. He also edits the Mendocino County Historical Society newsletter.


Jon Provost is a national treasure. The check shirt and jeans he wore for seven years as Timmy on "Lassie" hang in The Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker's chair. "Lassie" continues to air in 50 countries and Jon receives letters and email from fans of all ages around the world.

Jon was already a seasoned professional when he won the role of Timmy at age seven. He was not even three when cast as Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden’s son in "So Big". During his career as a child actor and teen heart throb, he worked with some of the biggest stars in Hollywood: Grace Kelly and Bing Crosby in "The Country Girl", Natalie Wood and Robert Redford in "This Property is Condemned", Rod Steiger and Anita Ekberg in "Back From Eternity", Clint Eastwood in "Escapade in Japan", Kurt Russell in "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" and on television with Kim Novak, Jack Benny, James Garner and even with that famous talking horse, Mr. Ed.

By the time Jon Provost was nineteen, he'd worked in film and television for sixteen years. With a strong desire to try something new, he headed for Northern California and college. The beauty of the wine country seduced him and Jon never returned to L.A., preferring eventually to raise a family in Sonoma County. Of his many accomplishments, he is most proud of his children, Ryan and Katie; and he is over the moon about his 4-year-old granddaughter, Juliana.

Jon has also earned a nationwide reputation as a philanthropist, giving his time to: children's hospitals, animal shelters, and humane societies and, closest to his heart, Canine Companions for Independence, providing service dogs to the handicapped. He served on their Board of Governors for close to 25 years. And he's received many awards, among them, The Motion Picture Council's award for Outstanding Contribution as a Humanitarian for his dedication in helping the physically challenged, the Allen Ludden Humanitarian Award presented by Betty White and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Youth in Film Association.

In 1990, Jon returned to television as Timmy all grown up in "The New Lassie" with Dee Wallace. He received a Genesis Award for Outstanding Television in a Family Series for a story he penned for the show focusing on the inhumane treatment of research animals. In recent years, Jon was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and added the internet to his resume, directing and hosting short videos about dogs and cats for a Purina website. 2008 marked Jon's 50th anniversary as Timmy. He celebrated with the release of his autobiography, TIMMY'S IN THE WELL which he wrote with his wife, Hollywood writer Laurie Jacobson. He is currently writing a cookbook: TIMMY'S IN THE KITCHEN. Recently, Jon signed 4000 Timmy & Lassie photos for military K-9 teams currently serving our nation in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Still a sought-after celebrity guest, Jon appears at fund-raisers, comic cons, pet expos and special events throughout the year.

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...Founding Members...


Big Brother and the Holding Company is an American rock band that formed in San Francisco in 1965 as part of the same psychedelic music scene that produced the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Jefferson Airplane. They are best known as the band that featured Janis Joplin as their lead singer. Their 1968 album Cheap Thrills is considered one of the masterpieces of the psychedelic sound of San Francisco; it reached number one on the Billboard charts, and was ranked number 338 in Rolling Stone's the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album is also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.


Chris Marrinan started out in commercial illustration churning out product art for dish soap and restaurant menus, but the lure to draw comics was powerful. He sent samples to Eclipse Comics and the rest is history. Before long Chris landed the plum job at DC Comics as penciler on Wonder Woman! This was followed by a move to Marvel Comics, where Chris drew such icons as Dr. Strange, Captain America, Nova, and Spider-Man and Wolverine! Back at DC, Chris drew adventures of both Superman and Batman. Chris has also drawn for Dark Horse Comics, and at Image Comics, his own book, HeadHunters.

Chris continues to draw for Heroic Publications on titles like Psyche, Liberty Girl and Vanguard of Liberty. He is also at work on his Patreon page, showcasing new art and an upcoming comic series.


Top Cow Productions, Inc., a Los Angeles-based entertainment company, was founded in December of 1992 by artist Marc Silvestri, who also co-founded Image Comics earlier that same year. Top Cow currently publishes its line of comic books in 21 languages in over 55 different countries. The company has launched 20 franchises (18 original and two licensed) in the industry's Top 10, seven at #1, a feat accomplished by no other publisher in the last two decades. Its flagship franchise, Witchblade, was TNT's #1 original film of 2000 and the subsequent TV series was released on DVD in, 2008. A feature film, co-produced by Platinum Studios, Inc. and Arclight Films, is slated to begin production in Australia. Witchblade is also the first American property to be fully adapted in Japan as an original anime and manga by Studio GONZO in 2006. Top Cow's other flagship property, The Darkness, was developed into a major next-generation video game release by Starbreeze and 2K Games and achieved platinum sales status. Wanted, an Eisner-nominated miniseries published by Top Cow from 2003-2005, is now a major motion picture from Universal Pictures starring Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, and Morgan Freeman and slated for wide release on June 27, 2008. Virtually all of Top Cow's other properties are in development as feature films, live-action television, animation or video games. Top Cow has also successfully licensed and merchandised its franchises into toys, statues, clothing, lithographs, puppets, posters, magnets, shot glasses, lighters, lunch pails, wall scrolls, mouse pads, die-cast cars, calendars, Christmas ornaments, Halloween masks, trading cards, standees, video games, and roleplaying games.


Jack Katz is an American comic book artist and writer, painter and art teacher best known for his graphic novel, "The First Kingdom," a 24-issue epic he began during the era of underground comix. Katz began working for comic-book publishers in the 1940s, when he was only around 16 years of age, during the Golden Age of Comic Books. His career in commercial work is a veritable who's who. Katz worked for Jerry Iger Studio, King Features, Standard Comics, Jack Kirby and Joe Simon's Studio, Timely Comics, Fiction House, Warren, Skywald and DC. When Jack finally decided to go independent, he wrote, penciled and inked his opus, "The First Kingdom" initially with Comics & Comix Co. from 1974 to 1977 and then with Bud Plant, a Comics & Comix co-founder. The final 24th issue was published in 1986. A recently discovered series of letters between Jack Katz and Will Eisner indicates Katz may have been the originator of the "graphic novel," as a term and certainly in practice, even if his work was initially released in a serialized form. Two more installments were added to "The First Kingdom" when it was issued as a hardcover reprint in six volumes by Titan Publishing in 2013. Katz has just completed a 500 page follow up he calls "Beyond the Beyond."

Tony Vella is a born and raised true San Francisco Native hailing from the cities Glen Park area but hung out in the Mission, St Mary's Park, Excelsior and other districts. As a young child he was fascinated by cartoon voices and grew up originally wanting to do them. In his early 20's he studied with all of the voice over artists and coaches available in SF including meeting and becoming friends with Lucille Bliss (The Voice of Smurfette/Crusader Rabbit) from there and after securing some work but not animation voices he was encouraged by his agent to take on-camera courses and go for acting auditions. After taking numerous workshops eventually studying traditional method at the well known "Jean Shelton School of Acting" he began to audition and obtain small and featured roles. Out of the need for more work he found his way into stunts and utilizing his background in acting was able to combine both skills. Over the years he has become a stunt coordinator, aerial rigger, stunt and commercial driver and still continues to combine both stunts and acting. His actors training also makes for working with actors easier when stunt coordinating as he understands the complexities of what is going on in their heads as well as the action to be applied.


Tim is a comic book artist, mostly working in the horror/adult genre. His main graphic novel FAUST was adapted by Brian Yuzna as the movie "Faust: Love of the Damned" (2001). The followup "Faust: Book of M" was nominated for the 1999 Bram Stoker Award for Best Illustrated Narrative. Tim is responsible for creating the "DynaPop" style of art and was a key member of the Rebel Studios crew. Tim has done art for the comics anthology Caliber Presents at Caliber Comics, for the title Morella at Verotik (the comic book label of The Misfits leader Glenn Danzig), for Broken Halos Studios, such as Broken Halo, Gunfighters in Hell (featuring art by my brother Joe Vigil), and the artbooks Dark Utopia and Gothic Nights With fellow Rebel Studios writer David Quinn, co-created the Faust series: Faust (at Rebel Studios), Book of M (at Avatar Press), Faust: Singha's Talons (at Avatar Press) He also created the titles: EO and Webwitch (at Avatar Press).

Strephon is owner operator of November Fire apparel, and November Fire Recordings. Founder of the bands Sacrilege BC, Hobgoblin, and Slob. Illustrated Garbage Pail Kids and Wacky Packages for Topps Cards. Currently producing and directing independent films.


John has worked in comics since 1990, mainly as penciler or inker. He currently inks Sucker, a harrowing vampire epic told by writer Jason McNamara and writer Tony Talbert. (Polite Strangers Press)

John's credits include Power Rangers, Nick Fury, Quasar, a long run on Elvira, Rick Remender's Doll and Creature, and Peter David's Soulsearchers & Co., and Vampirella.

His pencil work is characterized by lively expressions and body language. He's been lucky enough to have collaborated with Remender, Mike Manley, Kieron Dwyer, Al Gordon, Tony Talbert, Al Milgrom, Frank Springer, Bob Wiacek, Terry Austin and many others.

Alexis E. Fajardo is an Eisner award winning editor and cartoonist. A student of the classics, Lex has created a unique blend of comedy, literature, and high adventure in his graphic novel series, Kid Beowulf. When he’s not drawing comics, Lex works for them as Senior Editor at the Charles M. Schulz Studio in Santa Rosa, California, where he has edited Peanuts comic books by Boom Studios, written exhibition material for the Charles M. Schulz Museum, and most recently won the 2018 Eisner Award for editing the Best Archival Project, “Celebrating Snoopy” published by Andrews McMeel. Discover more at

Katie Shaw is a cartoonist and seamstress who brings mythological creatures to life in a modern day all ages fantasy comic, "Dragon Child", and hand-made dragon character plush toys and puppets. Get to know Ryu Kodomo as she discovers that mythical creatures are real and that dragons have selected her to be their ambassador to humanity. She created her own major for Sequential Art and studied under three Japanese manga artists in Tokyo, Japan while on an internship through St. Olaf College.

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10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Exhibitor Room OPEN!

11:00 - 12:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-

Join Wysiwyg Visions as we discus Godzila: King of the Monsters! Learn about Godzilla's origin and the effect it had on movie making.

12:00 - 1:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-
I BELEIVE IN HALLOWEEN film talk by Strephon Taylor

A talk about the making of the documentary film "I Beleive In Halloween" by it's creator Strephon Taylor, covering the fun of Halloween and how the film was envisioned and realized including it's amazing classic Halloween soundtrack. Check it out and lets talk about the best day of the year!

1:00 - 2:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-
STEVE OLIFF- From "64 Big Dot Color" to the Computer Age- Coloring Comics for over 40 years!

A Spotlight on one the best and most inovative colorists in all of Comics.

2:00 - 3:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-

Meet the hosts of the past and present TV sensation... Creature features. Hosted by Creature Features Historian Tom Wyrsh.

3:00 - 4:00 *PANEL ROOM 1-
Spotlight on SRCC Guest- ERIC ROBERTS

A spotlight on the career of the only actor to have over 500 credits in his amazing career as an actor. A candid talk with the star of "Best of the Best", "Batman", "Expendables" and soooo much more.

4:00 - 5:00 *PANEL ROOMS 1-
Thats Right Fans.. Come dressed up as your favorite Comic Book, Fantasy, Game, Cartoon or Fiction Hero or Villian!
As always we encourage Cosplay and Costumes... but this year we are going to Have a Prize for the best ones. All Costumes will be Judged by Our Celebrity and Artist Guests.
We will have multiple Prizes for Multiple Catagories
Prizes Catagories Include...
Adult: Best Costume 1st Place
2nd Place
3rd & 4th Place

Adult: Fan Favorite 1st Place

Children: (15 & Under) 1st Place
2nd & 3rd Place

Children: Fan Favorite 1st Place

NO: Nudity or Heckling
Costumes can be home made and store bought
Extra points for creativity
Props can be used, Be respectful of others
Must registered the day of show. Sign up at the Registration.
Must be a paid attendee of the convention.
Children's category is for ages 15 and under.
Adult's category is for ages 16 and up.
Couples costumes or group costumes will be counted as one entry.



The First 250 PAID attendees will receive this Print done for our 2019 Convention done by our show guest, Chris Marrinan.

And MORE to Come!

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There will be dealers from all over selling everything from Golden Age Comics, Original Comic Art, Posters, T-Shirts, Back Issue Comics, New Comics, Manga, Beanies, Pokemon and Lots More!

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