Special Guests


Reb Brown

Reb Brown has starred and co-starred in 22 movies opposite such screen luminaries as Gene Hackman, George C. Scott, John Lithgow, James Coburn, Christopher Lee, as well as, 32 guest star roles in a variety of television shows.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Reb excelled in Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball. His father was a Police Sergeant with the Los Angeles Police Department and his mother was a homemaker.  

Upon graduating from High School, Reb was recruited by 64 universities to play college football, as well as, UC Santa Barbara for baseball.  He accepted a football scholarship to University of Southern California (USC).  

After obtaining a Bachelors Degree, Reb's destiny took a surprisingly different path. A top Hollywood agent spotted and signed him to a contract at Universal Studios. The young, baby faced, blue-eyed athlete found himself as an actor in the movie business. His appearance and physique was perfect  to play the title role of Captain America in a new television series.

Brown does not regret playing professional sports. He loves the acting profession. He says with a twinkle in his eyes, "Besides, I would not have met my wife, Cisse !" ​In 1978, Reb made a guest appearance on a CBS/Paramount series, The Ted Knight Show, where he met his future wife, Cisse Cameron.  Cisse was a series regular.  Since Reb does not believe in mincing words, he walked up to Cisse and said, "You don't know it yet, but I am going to marry you."  They married a year later, September 8, 1979, and are still happily married.


Marta Kristen

Born as Birgit Annalisa Rusanen, on February 26, 1945, to a Finnish mother and a German soldier who was killed towards the end of World War II in Europe. Marta was only two months old when she was left in an orphanage. In 1949, Prof. & Mrs. Harold Soderquist of Detroit, Michigan adopted her, and brought her to America; she was renamed Marta.


In 1959, the family moved to L.A. and Marta attended Santa Monica High School for a year; she later graduated from Hollywood Professional School.


Marta was discovered and soon was acting in television and film such as Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) and The Loretta Young Show (1953) (aka "The New Loretta Young Show"). In 1963. Marta's career took off, she made a big splash as the mermaid "Lorelei" in Beach Blanket Bingo (1965). But, she would forever be remembered for her signature role of "Judy Robinson" in the Lost in Space (1965-1968) TV series. Lost In Space became a science fiction staple and one of America's iconic television shows. Marta has remained moderately active in TV and movies, even appearing in the big screen version of Lost in Space (1998).




Jessie Flower

Michaela Jill Murphy (also known as Jessie Flower) is an American voice, film, and stage actress. She is known as the voice of Toph Beifong in the animated Nickelodeon television series Avatar: The Last Airbender.


Michaela's voice has been featured in several animated movies, including Meet the Robinsons, Over the Hedge, The Ant Bully, Finding Nemo, The Emperor's New School, and Brother Bear 2.


Charlotte Stewart

Charlotte Stewart is beloved by Little House on the Prairie fans around the world as school teacher Miss Eva Beadle.


Her 50-year acting career also includes roles on the TV show Twin Peaks, Coach, Gunsmoke, My Three Sons, and The Waltons as well as films including Eraserhead, Human Highway, Cheyenne Social Club and Tremors.


She recently released her memoir Little House in the Hollywood Hills.


Jon Provost

Jon Provost is a national treasure. The check shirt and jeans he wore for seven years as Timmy on television's beloved Lassie hang in The Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker's chair.

Jon was already a seasoned professional when he won the role of Timmy at age seven. He was barely 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, Ann Sothern and even with that famous talking horse, Mr. Ed.


Lord Blood-Rah

Lord Blood-Rah is the geeky creation of Frank Wallace-Ailsworth, himself a life long horror and sci-fi geek. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 60's/early 70s, Frank was introduced to genre films, both classic and not so classic, through the legendary TV horror host show Creature Features hosted by Bob Wilkins.

The combination of monster classics like Frankenstein and The Wolf Man, as well as lesser cult films like The Beast of Yucca Flats and Attack of the Mushroom People, with Wilkins' dry witty commentary became the inspiration that would drive the creation of Lord Blood-Rah in 2009.

​Relying on his study of voice acting and improvisation, Frank created the character of Lord Blood-Rah; the self proclaimed High Lord of Geekdom, a proud Geek who lives to spread the love of off-beat and imaginative genre films to all those ready to "Geek Out".

​In 2013, Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre made the leap to television and the web. Now Geeks, Geekerellas, Geekulas and Geekeritas all over the country, and the world online, join Lord Blood-Rah in Blood-Rah Manor each week as he presents the best, worst and wildest horror and sci-fi films ever made!


Michael Svabek

Michael is the producer at iiRcade Inc, the IGN arcade console of the year and he will be bringing these incredible arcades to PHCC with hundreds of video games to enjoy. He will also introduce this latest arcade to all who attend. 

Michael is a Digital Media professional with experience in quality assurance and video game development/design. Professional experience on AAA and Independent titles from conception through certification testing and submission for PC, mobile, and major console platforms. Educational experience in areas of video game design/development using leading game engines, 2D/3D design software, and other team development techniques.


Laurie Jacobson

Laurie Jacobson is an award-winning Hollywood author. A reformed stand-up comic, Laurie worked out in Harvey Lembeck's Comedy Improv Workshop for years with classmates Robin Williams, John Ritter and John Larroquette.


While performing improv, she immersed herself in the history of those who came before her. The stories she uncovered became the basis for her debut, archetype book, Hollywood Heartbreak, a 75-year history of Hollywood told through the lives and deaths of 31 celebrities. Following its publication, Laurie emerged as a leading Hollywood historian.


Since then she has written and produced documentaries, television series and specials, including: The 20th Anniversary of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Warner Bros. Studio Rededication Party and The Suzanne Somers Show.


Luis Rivera

Luis Rivera has worked in the comic book industry for many years and on such great titles as The Sensational G-Girl, The Mis-Adventures of Adam West, Robin The Hood, Fun Adventure Comics, King City, Champions, War’s Chosen, Vampires Unlimited: Shades of Things to Come, Old School, The Powerhouse, Fire Fox, Pirate Bay, and C.L.A.W.S. 


Luis also inked Team Colossus comic book which will be available at the show.

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Warren Montgomery

Warren Montgomery is a comic book artist, colorist, letterer and publisher. He has provided comic book lettering and/or coloring for such publishers as Albatross Funnybooks, BOOM! Studios and many independents. With Will Lill Comics, he self-publishes titles like John Kirby: Firefox, The Adventures of Lightning Marval, Monty’s World and Fun Adventure Comics!. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit: www.wlcomics.com

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Peter Secosh

Peter Secosh is an American graphic artist born in San Francisco. He has worked on posters, board game logos, tattoos and storyboards. He has also worked on various comic books over the years. Credits include: The Bod (Image), Doll and Creature (Image), Elvira #108-111 (Claypool), Nocturnals: Troll Bridge, Vampirella Quarterly #1, Soul Searchers, The Software that Held The Developer Captive, Out with a Bang.


Tobe Daranouvong

Tobe, pronounced “2 B” and not “toe bee,” co-creator and artist of Alpha Q Comics (Villain Comic) and artist of Sumo Geisha, has wanted to draw comics since he picked up Silver Surfer #1 for $1.50 off of Lunar’s orange ice cream truck when he was 9 years old and after seeing how awesome a ninja turtle could be drawn, he set his heart on art.


He created his way through school getting a degree in graphic design and illustration as well as Film from Sac State. During a horrific accident his drawing pencil was fused to his hand and Tobe is now ready to bring this story to life. He currently resides in Vacaville, CA with his talented and supportive wife, his daughter, who is the apple of his eye, and a tiger.

Make sure to pick up your copy of Powerhouse Comic Con 2022 exclusive poster by Tobe Daranouvong and get it signed!


First 100 copies FREE at the door, limited copies for sale afterwards. 

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Christie Shinn

Christie Shinn is a comic artist, illustrator, graphic designer and writer with over 15 years of experience working in design and writing: comics, games, fashion, beauty, web, and tech. Founder of HoraTora Studios and creator of the Demon Bitch @demonbitch webcomic.


Chris Marrinan

Has worked for Marvel and DC Comics on such titles as Nova, Doctor Strange, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Batman, and Captain America.

Make sure to pick up your copy of Powerhouse Comic Con Classic exclusive poster by Chris Marrinan and get it signed!


First 100 copies FREE at the door.

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Colossus Girl

Colossus Girl is our official mascot and the leader of Team Colossus that includes Powerhouse, Meadowlark, Captain California, Silver Age, and Gem Star.

Created by writer Davidson L. Haworth (International bestselling author) and artist Chris Marinnan (Marvel Comics), Colossus Girl is brought to life by Jasmine aka Atom Bomb Body


Gem Star

Holly Call aka Gem Star is a licensed makeup artist, goofball, self-professed "beauty nerd," and daydream believer from Nampa, Idaho. She found that her passion for makeup artistry expanded into the magical and creative world of cosplay. She discovered that with a little imagination and a lot of love, you can transform into anyone you wish to become.

In her spare time she enjoys fun and silly moments with her family, reading anything she can get her eyes on, listening to music (especially EDM), watching Anime, playing tag with her cat Tiki, singing shanties with her parrots, snuggling her bunnies, taking long nature walks, and making an assortment of pretty things. 


SpideyKo & Million Dollar Cosplay

Bay Area Cosplayers who have a vast experience in pop culture experiences. Their love for Cosplay brings smiles to young and old alike. A married cosplay duo who aims to please.

Sights and Sounds of Powerhouse Comic Con 2022:
Powerhouse Comic Con as always was a historical experience. More activities and fun was had including the movie theater where attendees watched films, anime of our appearing special guests. Panels and games are always a Powerhouse staple. Powerhouse Comic Con has become the premier Comic Con of friends and families. It is a Bay Area tradition.


Celebrity Panels hosted by Distance Nerding Podcast

Arcade Consoles provided by iiRcade Inc


Game Room hosted by Kobold's Keep


Powerhouse Comic Con Stands with Ukraine

This exclusive "Stand with Ukraine" poster by PHCC 2022 Special Guest Luis Rivera will be on sale at Powerhouse Comic Con.

All proceeds go to support two charities helping people and animals amid the war in Ukraine:


Thank you Vendors, Exhibitors, and Fandom Friends