Meet Joanie Brosas! This “Nerd Girl Next Door” actually got her start in modeling at a Star Trek convention in 2010! This ended up launching her career and earning her the Trekkie title of “The Orion Slave”. Since then this 5’4″ exotic beauty with her 3’3″ long hair has emerged as an up and coming glamour model; being featured on the cover of Internationaly published magazines, Calendars, magazine pictorials and even TV, such as: SiFi’s Naked Vegas, Tosh.0 (as Vampirella), and the O’Reilly Factor (as The Orion Slave).
Joanie is a true nerd at heart, you can often find her on the floor of her favorite comic book shop, rifling trough boxes of old comics. This gamer babe loves her all night marathons of Left 4 Dead, Gears of War, and a couple other games that might be a little embarrassing to talk about… unless you ask her about them, then she may never stop!
Joanie is also a major bookworm and computer geek, but what tops the list for this girl is calling herself a “Trekkie”. She is wonderfully approachable and a down to earth girl who loves to meet new friends. So don’t be shy, come up and say hi and nerd out with her at this con!

You can follow Joanie in all her crazy modeling, nerd convention, and geek girl adventures on:
Instagram: @JoanieBrosas
Twitter: @TheOrionSlave

Nancy A. Collins is the author of over 25 novels and short story collections. Her published works include the award-winning Sonja Blue series, Knuckles And Tales, and Lynch: A Gothik Western. She has also worked in the comics industry for two decades, most notably writing for Swamp Thing. She is a recipient of the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award and the British Fantasy Society’s Icarus Award, as well as having been nominated for the Eisner Award, the John Campbell Memorial Award, the Tiptree Award, and the World Fantasy Award. Her most recent novel is Magic And Loss, the third book in the well-received Golgotham series from Penguin/Roc, and she is the new writer on Vampirella from Dynamite Comics. A native of Arkansas, Ms. Collins currently makes her home in Virginia with a Boston terrier named Chopper.

Author Gene DeRosa was terrified when he watched his first horror film at almost ten years old. The film was Friday the 13th (1980). Once the initial terror wore off, he was hooked on horror and has been a fan since. Along the way, he also developed a love of all things trivia. He has been part of online trivia communities as a player, game writer, and host for more than fifteen years. He decided to marry these two obsessions into one and write 6-13 A Friday the 13th Movie Trivia Book. It is a comprehensive compilation of more than 700 trivia questions and facts covering all of the original films (yes, even Part 9), as well as Freddy vs. Jason and the 2009 franchise reboot. He reached out to Ari Lehman, who portrayed Jason Voorhees in the original film, to write the foreword for the book. Lehman, who now tours the U.S. and Europe with his band First Jason, loved the idea and shared some of his on-set memories as a fourteen year old boy. The reception his inaugural book has received from horror fans has led to the planning of more horror-related trivia books. He has also begun offering authentic signed merchandise from many of the Friday the 13th franchise cast members with plans to continue expanding the names available. Items like photos, posters, replica hockey masks, and more which can all be found in his online store at He is currently working on one for the Halloween movie franchise, which is due out June 13th, with plans for A Nightmare on Elm Street book after that. With so much great horror out there, and such a die-hard fan base of horror lovers, who knows where he will go from there.


Discovered by a Los Angeles talent agent, Tamara Glynn started acting as a teenage. Originally from Hot Springs,Arkansas, Tamara made her way to Los Angles to star in Halloween 5 as Samantha Thomas. Ms. Glynn television credits include: Knots Landing, Growing Pains, Miami Vice, Life on the Flipside, Brand New Life and Nightmare on Elm Street (the series), Rags to Riches and more… Some of Tamara’s numerous feature film credits include Halloween 5, Daddy and Them and The Portrait just to name a few. Since then she has continued an active career in front of the camera as well as behind the camera working with Federal Express, Alltel, Back Yard Burger, Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, UAMS, Sears, Magic Springs and many more. Tamara won a Best Actress for her role in the film “Howl of a Good Time,” in the 2015 Cornwall Film Festival. In addition to her acting career, Tamara is the founder and host of the Hot Springs Horror Film Festival held yearly at the Central Theater in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

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Diane Ayala Goldneris an actress, known for The Collector (2009), Whispers (2015) and Feast II: Sloppy Seconds (2008). She has been married to John Gulager since 1986.

Clu Gulager was born William Martin Gulager Oklahoma. His nickname was given to him by his father for the clu-clu birds (known in English as martins, like his middle name) that were nesting at the Gulager home at the time Clu was born. He grew up on his uncle’s ranch as a cowhand and when he was old enough he joined the United States Marine Corps for a stint from 1946-1948. He got the acting bug being in army plays so when he left he used the GI Bill of rights to study acting. Clu’s career started off as bit parts on popular western shows usually playing the heavy. Shows like Wanted Dead or Alive, Have Gun Will Travel, Laramie, Riverboat. He scored big with The Untouchables as Mad Dog Coll which led to him being offered Billy the Kid on The Tallman from 1960-1961 which also starred Barry Sullivan as Pat Garrett. The show was pulled after two seasons by congress because they didn’t like the idea that kids were seeing the outlaw Billy the Kid as a hero. Clu’s next big break was playing Deputy Emmett Ryker on the The Virginian from 1964-1968. During this time he also fared very well being Lee Marvin’s side kick in the 1964 TV film The Killers, which was considered too violent for TV so it went to theaters. Having being burned out being a TV star he tried to break into films, mostly as a character actor. His stand out films being The Last Picture Show (1971) as Ellen Burstyn’s lover and McQ (1974) with John Wayne, A Force of One (1979) with Chuck Norris, later will work with again in the 1990’s on Walker, Texas Ranger. Throughout the 70’s and 80’s he was in almost every show around as bit parts. Then the unthinkable happened he found a second career as a horror film actor; Clu finally got a lead part in Dan O’ Bannon’s cult classic The Return of the Living Dead (1985) He also was in A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985). In 2005 he started acting in his son’s horror films the Feast movies and Piranha DD in his 80’s.

Lar Park Lincoln has 38 years in the industry! Her book, “Get Started Not Scammed” guides Hollywood hopefuls to Stardom! Her specialties are TV and film, on-camera training, auditions, and career guidance. She has written her own method of on-camera training, “The Autograph”, which super-speeds the training and booking rates of actors! Known for starring 5 years on “Knots Landing,” 90210, Murder She Wrote, Highway to Heaven, “Oprah”, Geraldo, “ET”,& QVC, Celebrity Guest Host.

Her five-year role on “Knots Landing” (1979) offered her the opportunity to work with such luminaries as: Michele Lee, William Devane, Kathleen Quinlan, Mario Van Peebles, Michael Landon, and Angela Lansbury. She has been a featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) and Entertainment Tonight (1981), plus numerous local and syndicated talk and radio shows.

Lar decided to return to her native state of Texas to raise her children. Since that move, she rapidly became Texas’ most elite career coach for actors, models, pageantry. Lar’s students are on current TV shows on networks such as Disney XD, FX, AMC, NBC, CW, History Channel, Lifetime, and have worked with stars such as Jim Carrey, Meryl Streep, Ewan McGreggor, Julia Roberts, Vivica Fox, Nicholas Cage, Brad Pitt, and many more! Lar has graced the covers of many magazines and as a SAG professional actor has worked all over the world, including Japan, London, Germany, Paris, Yugoslavia, and St Kitts.

With a script from her then-17 year-old film-student nephew Austin, Lar executive produced “Static,” a film about teen heroin abuse. “We used all teens. The movie was teen written, teen edited and teen developed. It kept its pulse firmly rooted in the reality of the teen drug culture.”

She co-directed and competed in the Dallas twenty-four hour film race with a serious piece about racial discrimination, “Black and White.”

Lar has two children, Piper Annette Lincoln (also an actor who has played Ashley Judd in the miniseries “Love Can Build a Bridge”), was born in 1990 and lives in Paris, France. She was Miss Texas Jr Teen in 2006. Lar’s son, Trevor Alexander Lincoln, was born in 1993. Six years out of Breast Cancer and 16 surgeries, Lar is available to speak to groups and clubs about her humorous and thoughtful look into her experience! Lar’s second book, “The Yes Jar: Raising Responsible Children” is due out late 2015 Lar loves working with people of all ages to create and see their dreams come true!! Lar loves poodles, chocolate and going to the beach!

Already an Actress, QVC celebrity guest host, career coach, and speaker; Lar has added author, director, and producer to her ever-growing list of achievements. Her book, “Get Started Not Scammed, from Finance to Fame” was published in 2008. She teaches Hollywood hopefuls how to create a career without getting scammed. This book contains 28 pages of full color before and after headshots and instructions on how to achieve a great headshot. Diagnosed with Breast cancer in October 2008, Lar successfully completed treatment and is in remission. While ill with cancer, she painted a multimedia piece that is now displayed in the lobby of the Texas Oncology Clinic in Plano Texas Her painting titled, “Can you fix this in Post?” has been well received by patients, families and physicians. Lar is featured in “Fearless Women Fearless Wisdom” by Mary Ann Halpin, A photographic essay about 40 women touched by life’s trials. Each woman has a story with a bit of wisdom they share in hopes that it will help all of humanity. Lar recently completed post production on her new role in Lifetime’s “Inspector Mom” (2006), a new series shot in her home state of Texas!

For more info on Lar, please visit her website:


All About The Village Idiot…

Brian Steward is an artist, writer, photographer and radio host. One of his newest ventures is publishing Fantasm’s Official George A. Romero Magazine. Brian is currently a feature writer, columnist and cover artist for Full Moon Entertainment’s Delirium Magazine and The Official KISS Magazine, a publication devoted to the world-famous rock band, KISS.

At Heavy Metal Magazine, he worked as lead book designer and contributing illustrator. As lead designer at Malibu Bay Films, Brian was heavily involved in the release of their entire catalog on DVD, as well as co-writing, inking and coloring a series tie-in comic book with filmmaker Andy Sidaris. His work has been seen in Playboy Magazine, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, on ABC’s “LIVE! with Regis and Kelly” and in numerous comics, video games and magazines.

For over two years, Brian hosted a weekly live radio show, “A Bunch of B.S. with Brian Steward”. On each episode, Brian welcomed guests from the fields of film, music and art. Past guests include cast members of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Friday The 13th, Dawn Of The Dead, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, comic creator Erik Larsen as well as members of the bands KISS, Danzig, Type O Negative, The Misfits and Ratt.

Because all of this isn’t enough, Brian is also a professional photographer specializing in concert photography. Some of his most notable subjects are KISS , Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper and Ace Frehley.

Fun Fact: Brian was an ordained minister for less than 24 hours!



Gregbo Watson is a professional artist and comic illustrator with a twisted imagination and dark sense of humor. Both of which are mirrored in his art and illustration style. His work is heavily influenced by the many ghostly legends and southern folktales he was raised on during his childhood. Spooky stories filled with offbeat characters, wicked witches, ghosts and goblins fascinated his imagination.

Gregbo does commissions and works on freelance projects from his studio in Easley, SC. He has worked on projects for Marvel Comics, Zenescope Entertainment, Upper Deck, 2oth Century Television, among others. Some of his credits include: “Alice In Wonderland” 10th Anniversary One-Shot, “Death” 10th Anniversary One-Shot, “Wonderland : Down The Rabbit Hole” (mini-series), “Grimm Fairy Tales” Holiday Special, “Van Helsing Vs. Dracula” (Cover), “Grimm Tales of Terror“, “Jungle Book”, “Wonderland”, “Spirit Hunters”, “The X-Files” (Original Series : Television Commercial).