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WWE Hall of Famer and G.I. Joe drill instructor Sgt. Slaughter

Sgt. Slaughter is a professional wrestler who is a former WWE World Heavyweight champion and headlined Wrestlemaina VII. From the late 1970s to the early 1980s, Slaughter had success in the National Wrestling Alliance, American Wrestling Association, and the World Wrestling Federation. He also has held the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship twice. In 2004, Sgt Slaughter was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. In the 1980s, Sgt. Slaughter character was incorporated into the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toy line as well as its animated series and comic books. Sgt. Slaughter first appeared in the five-part TV episode entitled “Arise, Serpentor, Arise!” and is one of only a few real people to be produced as a G.I. Joe figure and appeared in G.I. Joe: The Movie.

Comic book legend and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter

Coming to FarleyCon on August 14th is comic book legend and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter. Jim Shooter started writing Superman and other titles for DC Comics at the age of 13 in 1965. He worked his way through high school writing stories, laying out pages and designing covers. He was hired by Marvel Comics in 1976 as associate editor and in 1978 became Editor in Chief. He introduced benefits, royalties and other incentives for creators that attracted a legion of phenomenal talents who., under his oversight, authored a decade of brilliant creativity and unparalleled success. Jim wrote several notable series including the Avengers and Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars. He also headed up the creative teams that developed G.I. Joe and Transformers. Jim went on to found Voyager Communications in 1989, where he was the CEO and President. He also served as Editor in Chief, principal creator, head writer and occasional artist for the highly acclaimed comics published under the VALIANT imprint, which included Magnus Robot Fighter, Solar Man of the Atom, Harbinger, X-O Manowar, UNITY and more.

Former Impact Wrestling Knockout champion & Knockout Tag Team Champion Jordynne Grace

Jordynne made her debut in profession wrestling in 2011, and signed with Impact Wrestling in October of 2018. She has been a grave challenge against both male and female competitors during her time with Impact Wrestling nearly capturing the X-Division Champion. No stranger to championship glory, Grace has held several championships throughout her career and was Ranked No. 9 in the top 10 women wrestlers in 2019 by Sports Illustrated and was ranked No. 26 of the top 100 female singles wrestlers in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Women’s 100 in 2019. Jordynne Grace appears courtesy of Lee Turner(LT_Writing).

Power Rangers Time Force Michael Copon

Michael Copon is known for playing Lucas Kendall, The Blue Power Rangers from Power Rangers Time Force and Power Rangers Wild Force. Michael can also be seen as Felix Taggaro in One Tree Hill, Penn in Bring It On: In It to Win It, Ricky from The Boyz n Motion in That’s So Raven. He also replaced Dewayne “The Rock” Johnson as Mathayus in the prequel to The Scorpion King in The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior. Copon is executive producer of Michael Copon Studios.

Justin Nimmo
Power Rangers in Space Justin Nimmo

Coming to FarleyCon on August 14th is the original silver Power Ranger, Justin Nimmo. Oklahoma native Justin Nimmo is known for his roles in Pleasantville, American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life, Dude, Where is my car?, Saved by the Bell: The New Class. Justin has also been known to do Look-A-Like work as Brad Pitt. Best known to fans as Zhane the original silver power ranger from SABAN’s “POWER RANGER: IN SPACE” 1998. Today Justin travels to conventions to meet his fans when not working at his business Just-In-Time RTO in Purcell, Oklahoma. Father of two sons and enjoys traveling, rollerblading, wrestling, golf, fishing/hunting and what he likes to call a hobby, sleeping. Martial Arts include Bojuka, a mixture of Boxing, Jujitsu and Karate.

Artist Eddie Price

Eddie Price is an artist from Northwest Georgia. He has quickly built his fan base with his unique 3D art, keeping the audience turning heads and becoming known as “that 3D guy”. Eddie is also an international artist for Topps and Upper Deck, with various completed projects such as Marvel, The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Star Wars and more.

Filmation writer and storyboard artist Robert Lamb

Robert Lamb was writer and storyboard artist for Filmation’s “He-Man”, “She-Ra” “BraveStarr” and “Fat Albert” and also worked on Disney’s “Darkwing Duck.” He’s a featured guest at PowerCon, commentator on the “He-Man” DVD collection, and wrote the foreword for Dark Horse Comic’s book “He-man and She-Ra, a Complete Guide to the Animated Adventures”. Rob also animated “The Streak” for Ray Stevens’ music video (some things should not be seen in live action). Robert recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from MOTU Evolution Group for his work on “He-Man and The Masters of the Universe”.

Author Shawn Lamb

Author Shawn Lamb is a multi-award-winning scriptwriter and fantasy author. She began her career in the 1980s writing for Filmation’s “BraveStarr”. She went on to create the epic fantasy series “Allon”, along with her newest fantasy “Trader of Eldar”. Together, she and husband Rob Lamb, attend events across the country engaging fans with tales of classic animation and storytelling.

Co-Creator of Firestorm (Jason Rusch) Dan Jolley

Our next guest is comic book author and co-creator of Firestorm(Jason Rusch) Dan Jolley. Dan writes novels, comic books, children’s books, and video games. His comic book work includes Firestorm, Devil’s Due G.I. Joe comic book line, Dr. Strange, JSA, Superman Adventures, Micronauts, Sabretooth, Warcraft, Terminator and more.
Dan has written novels that include the original YA novel trilogy Alex Unlimited, Iron Man teen Novelization and two novel series, Five Elements, a Middle Grade urban fantasy series from HarperCollins, and the Gray Widow Trilogy, a very much not-for-children urban science-fiction series from Seventh Star Press. Dan has recently released the novel The Storm. Dan has also written for many video games including Chronos, Mafia 3, Dying Light, Multiple Transformer games, Avatar and more.
Dan lives somewhere in the hills of northwest Georgia with his very patient wife Tracy and five largely useless cats. You can bug him by visiting www.danjolley.com or by following him on Twitter @_DanJolley.
Welcome Back to FarleyCon, Dan Jolley.

“Frylock” Carey Means

Carey Means has been the voice of Frylock on the Adult Swim TV show Aqua Teen Hunger Force (aka “Aqua TV Show Show”). His career also includes having been in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the Atlanta Opera Chorus. He has also performed on stage at the Georgia Renaissance festival as Sir Richard Do Good. Carey is also a classically trained Shakespearean actor who hails originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He has performed with Theatre of the Stars in such productions as South Pacific and with Actors Express in It’s a Wonderful Town. His many talents include acting, voice overs, singing, and dancing.