With the Baltimore Comic-Con quickly approaching, the show organizers have released a list of 60+ guests who have been added to the already 200 guest convention.

 

  • Scott Ethan Ambruson
  • John Anderson
  • Kaare Andrews
  • Christy Blanch
  • Chris Campana
  • Christa Cassano
  • Paul Castiglia
  • Tommy Castillo Studios
  • Matthew Clark
  • Paris Cullins
  • Jose Delbo
  • Dan Didio
  • Mark dos Santos
  • Joe Eisma
  • Mark Evanier
  • Jason Gounger
  • Daniel Govar
  • Brian Haberlin
  • Cully Hamner
  • Phil Hester (courtesy of AfterShock Comics)
  • Greg Horn
  • Ken Hunt
  • Chris Ivy
  • Klaus Janson (Friday only)
  • Chris Kemple
  • Todd Klein
  • Ken Lashley
  • Jay Leisten
  • Mike Lilly
  • Nate Lovett
  • Barry Lyga
  • Mike Manley
  • Billy Martin
  • Laura Martin
  • Mauricet
  • Pop Mhan
  • Christopher Miskiewicz
  • Terry Moore
  • Tony Moy
  • Dustin Nguyen
  • Jerry Ordway
  • Rachel Ordway
  • Steve Orlando
  • Jeff Parker
  • Andrew Pepoy
  • Lyle Pollard
  • Carl Potts (Saturday and Sunday only)
  • Stefane Roux
  • Andy Runton
  • Matt Slay
  • John K. Snyder III
  • Charles Soule
  • Mark Sparacio
  • Val Staples
  • Joe Staton
  • Karl Story
  • John Timms
  • Tim Truman
  • David Trustman
  • Sarah Trustman
  • Magdalene Visaggio
  • Doug Wagner
  • Michael Watkins
  • John Workman
  • Skottie Young (Saturday & Sunday only)

Unfortunately, the following previously-announced guests will not be joining us this year. Dave Bullock, Howard Chaykin, Gerry Conway, Vito Delsante, Bob Fujitani, David Marquez, Ron Marz, Mike McKone, Mike Mignola, George Perez, Tom Raney, Ethan Van Sciver, and Bill Willingham. We hope to see them in the future!

About The Baltimore Comic-Con
The Baltimore Comic-Con is celebrating its 18th year of bringing the comic book industry to the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. For more information, please visit www.baltimorecomiccon.com.

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