BAKERSFIELD COMIC-CON Comic Book and Fantasy shows  

NOVEMBER 16th & 17th, 2019
Buildings 3 & 4

1142 So. P st., Bakersfield, CA.
Bakersfields ONLY 2 Day COMIC-CON!
Sat. 10:00am TO 6:00pm
Su, 10:00am to 5:00pm

Adults 12 and UP - $8.00 Sat. or Sun. // $15.00 for 2 Days.
KIDs Under 12 Are FREE!
TICKETS AVAILABLE On Line after May 1st, 2019 and At The Door.
Parking Only $5

Come join the fun and excitement of the Kern County's Biggest and Best 2 Day Comic Book and Fantasy Convention.

Bakersfield Comic Con Presents...

Don't miss the Bakersfield Fantasy Faire. Thats right, going on INSIDE the Comic Con. No additional Admission required. This is our second year adding this wonderful event into the show. Come see more fun costumes and Medieval fighting. Enjoy some Fantasy Faire food and experience the added fun.

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Star of the Classic TV show (and the new CW TV Show)


John Wesley Shipp is an American actor known for his various television roles. He played the lead Barry Allen on CBS's superhero series The Flash from 1990 to 1991, and Mitch Leery, the title character's father, on the drama series Dawson's Creek from 1998 to 2001. Shipp has also played several roles in daytime soap operas including Kelly Nelson on Guiding Light from 1980 to 1984, and Douglas Cummings on As the World Turns from 1985 to 1986 (which earned him his first Daytime Emmy Award). He portrays both Barry Allen's father, Henry Allen, and Jay Garrick/Flash on the current The Flash series on The CW network.

  • Autograph =$40
  • Selfie =$30
  • Combo =$60
  • Photo Op =$40


Anson Williams (born Anson William Heimlich, September 25, 1949, in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor, singer and director, best known for his role as gullible but well-intentioned singer and Richie's best friend, Warren "Potsie" Weber on the television series Happy Days (1974-1984), a role for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.

Williams has since become a prominent television director, working on programs such as Melrose Place (1992-1999), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990-2000), Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996-2003), Lizzie McGuire (2001-2004) and The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008-2013).

Don Most is probably best known for his co-starring role as Ralph in the long running television series “Happy Days”. During this time, he worked with such emerging talents as Ron Howard and Garry Marshall.
Recently, Don was seen in a recurring role on the hit TV show – Glee, as well as starring roles in the indie films – MBF and Cult Cartel, being released in theaters in the fall of 2019. Other indie films include The Yankles, Campin Buddies, Follow and Chez Up- shaw.
Most’s other feature film credits include ED TV, directed by Ron Howard; Crazy Mama, directed by Jonathan Demme, and The Great Buck Howard, starring John Malkovich.
In television, Don just shot the TV Pilot: Puckheads. His other TV appearances include guest starring roles in Men Of A Certain Age, Star Trek:Voyager, Yes, Dear, The Crow, Sabrina, Sliders, Century City, Dark Skies’, and The Family Guy.
Following in the footsteps of some of his peers, Don has now di- rected three feature films. His first, The Last Best Sunday, had its World Premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival, and was a feature film winner at the Telluride IndieFest. Moola, starring William Mapother, Shailene Woodley, Treat Williams, Daniel Baldwin, and Curtis Armstrong, premiered at The Newport Beach Film Festival, where it earned Most The Outstanding Achieve- ment In Directing Award. Don also directed Harley’s Hill, his first family film, which was recently seen on Showtime, Starz and En- core.


Joe Weems is an Illustrator and Harvey award nominated Inker. He has been Inking Comics for 25 years and worked for pretty much every major publisher.

Marc Silvestri, Michael Turner, David Finch, Joe Benitez, Brandon Peterson, Dale Keown and Whilce Portacio are just a few of the Amazing Artists he's had the honor of collaborating with over the years.

In 2000-2005 Joe was employed by the Skateboard company Darkstar and drew all of their Illustrated decks, wheels and misc. merchandise. His slick and sharp approach to the art form can be seen on such titles as Aphrodite IX, Arcanum, the Darkness, Fathom, Hulk:the End, Hunter/Killer,The Magdalena, New X-Men, Vengeance of Vampirella, Weapon Zero, Wraithborn and more!

S Jason Johnson is an illustrator/comic book artist/concept artist that started his career in 1995 at Wildstorm/Homage Studios under the tutelage of master comic book artist Jim Lee. There he drew titles such as Team 7, Wetworks, Gen13, Bay City Jive, and DV8. Shortly after that he expanded to work with DC and Marvel, doing work on Generation X, Flash, Impulse, and Robin. During this time he worked on the now defunct Penthouse Comix, as well. He also worked on a creator owned book for Image called Blue in 2001.

Jason took a hiatus from comics for several years and did work for magazines such as Maxim and Stuff. He then was hired as a concept artist for Sony Online Entertainment in 2007, developing characters and environments for MMORPG Free Realms and MMOFPS Planetside 2. At this time he also became the artist for The Illustrated Forum for Penthouse magazine.

In 2012, Jason stepped back into comics, starting with Zenescope drawing titles like Godstorm and Demons. Afterward, he found opportunity with Lion Forge Comics drawing the Knight Rider. Spectrum for ConMan Prod., and The Howling for Space Goat.


Christopher's breakthrough role was as Dave Stoller in the coming-of-age classic Breaking Away (1979). His performance won him the BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer and the Youth in Film Award for Best Juvenile Actor in a Motion Picture, as well as garnering a Golden Globe nomination.

Christopher's other roles include American track star Charlie Paddock in Chariots of Fire (1981), as well as tragic film-buff psychopath Eric Binford in Fade to Black (1980), Damon in The Falling (1985), Nathan Flowers in A Sinful Life (1989) and Leech in Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II (1994). Television roles include "Jack of All Trades" in the Profiler TV series, Eddie Kaspbrak in Stephen King's It (1990), Desmond Floyd in Jake Speed (1986) and in the HBO series Deadwood.

Christopher has guest starred in two Star Trek episodes: the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "The Search (Part II)" and the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Detained". He guest-starred as the demon-sorcerer Cyvus Vail in three episodes of Angel.[citation needed]

He reunited with his Breaking Away "father" Paul Dooley, again as his son, in an episode of TV's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. The two had first played father and son in Robert Altman's A Wedding.

In December 2006, he played Dr. Martin Ruber in the Sci Fi Channel miniseries The Lost Room.

Christopher's career, and life in general, changed dramatically when he was cast as Leonide Moguy in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained (2012). He learned through his agent that the screenplay had been re-written to accommodate him. Furthermore, Tarantino later claimed to Christopher that he had seen every one of his films the week that they were released, even Dead Women in Lingerie (which Christopher considers his worst). Production of the film made a very positive impact on Christopher, who has said "...a lot of my idea of happiness came from working on this film..."

S Ethen Beavers lives in Central California and has been working in Comics, Children's Books and Animation for fifteen years. He works traditionally and digitally on a variety of projects in many different styles and thematic tones. He is a big fan of Star Wars and Samurai Jack, as well as fly fishing for trout across the western U.S. Some of his credits include the following-

In Comics: Star Wars, Batman the Brave and the Bold, Justice League Unlimited, Teen Titans Go, Legion Of Superheroes, Indiana Jones Adventures, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Ben 10, Dexter's Laboratory, and Samurai Jack
In Children's Books: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Star Wars, Star Trek, various DC Super Friends Little Golden Books, and the New York Times Bestselling series NERDS.
In Animation: Justice League Unlimited


The eldest son of famed comic book legend Neal Adams. Graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York, in 1988. Joel moved to Los Angeles to work at Neal's west coast offices of Continuity Studios. While at Continuity, he dabbled in comic books helping out on Continuity titles such as "Ms Mystic," and "Bucky O'Hare.". Outside of Continuity he did covers for Alpha Productions "Blood Thirst" and Penthouse Comix "Young Captain Adventure".

In 1996, Joel was called by Marvel Animation to do all the character design for "The Hulk: Animated series.". From there he went to FOX/Film Roman to Design the Emmy Award winning "King of the Hill", then to FOX Family to Design "Nascar Racers".

His background with Continuity and comic books gave Joel the additional skills, while working for the animation companies, to be also picked up for all of the licensing art for these shows and others by the licensing companies handling them. Joel's art has appeared on the products stemming from: The Hulk, Nascar Racers, King of the Hill, Captain Scarlet, The Mask(Animation), Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, Power Rangers: Light Speed Rescue, Power Rangers: Wild Force, Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire, and more...

Today, Joel has been devoted to pushing his own license LILZ, a series of big head big eyed characters he began showing back in 2000, and can be seen literally all over online community message boards and websites in what are called "signature tags." It is his desire to get the Lilz off of the Internet and into stores everywhere.

S Buzz is a comic book artist known for his work on JSA, ATOMIKA, VAMPIRELLA, X-FACTOR, IMPULSE,SHI and many more.
A very popular and sought after commission artist among the art collectors and the comic-book convention circuit. Buzz is also a multi-EMMY award winning commercial artist who has worked with CBS, FOX, Los Angeles LAKERS and The United States Marine Corp.


In Exhibitor Room Booth #30

Nate Watson is an illustrator/designer based in Bakersfield. He has drawn comics featuring well known licenses including Toy Story, The Incredibles and Dreamworks’ The Croods. He spent three years working as a visual development artist at Lucasfilm Animation on the as-yet unreleased Star Wars Detours. Currently, Nate freelances, most recently with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, who produce Robot Chicken. This is his ninth Bakersfield Comic Con.


Rickey Bird is a director, actor, and filmmaker based in Bakersfield, California.
Rickey values independent work ethics and loves to constantly push the boundaries of his creativity and resourcefulness, often getting around budget restrictions and producing quality films even in spite of financial limitations.
He cofounded a production company titled Hectic Films back in 2004, and since then, he had the chance to produce a lot of content, including the award-winning short film "Naked Zombie Girl", which received praise and attention on a global scale.
Rickey is also an author, as he penned "Cheap Movie Tricks", a book with a focus on helping fellow filmmakers make the most out of their productions, even when they are on a low budget.
Currently, he is working on new, exciting projects, including an upcoming film titled "Booze, Broads and Blackjack," which will be released later this year.

Former television repairman Mike Kazaleh has had a long career working in comic books and animated cartoons. He has worked for most of the major cartoon studios and comic book companies both writing and drawing. Mike has worked with a wide variety of characters including Ren and Stimpy, The Simpsons, Futurama, The Flintstones, Mighty Mouse, Krypto the Superdog, Cow and Chicken, Camp Lazlo, Annoying Orange, Gumby, and Bugs Bunny, as well as creating his own independent comics like The Adventures of Captain Jack and Zorch Comics.

Scott "Fuzzy" Joseph has been writing and illustrating indie comics over the last five years. It was after his work on "The Warren Hope" that Fuzzy’s work began to gain attention. Working as the writer and illustrator for this series, Fuzzy is able to show us his vision of a post-Rapture based Earth on which mankind is struggling to survive against the supernatural. He also teaches high school art in Bakersfield, Ca.

Mike Hampton is a Berkeley based illustrator, graphic designer, and comic book artist. He has been a regular contributor to Topps for Mars Attacks, and Star Wars trading cards. He has published such comics as Captain A-Hole, Hot Zombie Chicks, and Eagle Eye. His work has been featured with Robot Chicken, The Howard Stern Show, Dark Horse Comics, Weezer, Big Wow Art, the San Diego Comic-Con Souvenir book, and stylized pinups of pop-culture’s most famous characters.


Cheryl Sparks was a high school student in 1971 and was given the chance to appear as “Huey” in SILENT RUNNING. She considers this some of the best times of her life. Cheryl is a mom and a grandmother and is now happily retired in California. SILENT RUNNING (Universal Studios, 1972) was the first film directed by Douglas Trumbull, who’d supervised the brilliant special effects for 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (MGM, 1968). Given a million dollars by Universal to make any movie he wanted, Trumbull opted to make this film in 1971. To stretch that million dollars, the movie was filmed on the USS Valley Forge, a decommissioned aircraft carrier in Long Beach Harbor, and in a hangar at the Van Nuys airport. This allowed the film to dodge the expense of building spaceship interior sets, making the film look much more expensive than it was. The film’s story takes place on the USS Valley Forge, a space freighter leased to a government reforestation project. The Valley Forge and eight other ships carry samples of the last of Earth’s plant life. Starring Bruce Dern, Ron Rifkin, Cliff Potts and Jesse Vint, the film also features four performers whose faces are never seen. Portraying the “Drone” robots in the film were Mark Persons (“Dewey”), Larry Whisenhunt (“Louie”), and Steve Brown and Cheryl Sparks (both portraying “Huey”). The Drone robots were some of the most original robots ever on the big screen. The performers were all double-amputees who walked on their hands in lightweight robot suits. Bruce Dern has called the Drones “adorable,” and they are surprisingly charming and funny in the film. With the performers walking on their hands in the suits, the Drones have a unique, wobbly gait. And considering that they are essentially mute, featureless boxes with legs, the “body language” performances project wonderful personalities for the robots. George Lucas admits that they were his starting point for the creation of R2-D2.

Sey Studios is a lively illustrator and artist who loves to create pieces that bring joy and smiles to people's faces. She used to paint names at Disneyland, and now does it on her own. Recently, Sey opened Bubble Pop Gallery which features artists from all over the world in monthly group shows at the beginning of 2018 and is now set for another season! Her artwork has been displayed in over 100 shows all over the world including Conan O’Brien’s Coco MoCA, Popzilla Gallery, San Diego Comic Con, DAPS Magic, Anime News Network, Bakersfield Magazine, The Pin-Up Magazine, Bakersfield Californian, Etsy Conversations, VoyageLA, and more! She is working to self publish again, and loves to illustrate creepy and cute things. She also an art professor and teaches art privately as well to all ages.

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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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