Appearing: Saturday & Sunday

Autograph: $40

Table Selfie: $40

Combo Autograph/Table Selfie: $60

Video/Voice Recording: $60

Combo Video/Voice Recording, Autograph, & Table Selfie: $100

VIDEO GAMES: Rayvis in “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor,” Svarog in “Honkai: Star Rail,” Albert Wesker in 9 “Resident Evil” games from “Umbrella Chronicles” & “RE5” to 2019’s “Teppen” – over a decade of badassery. Then there’s Legion in “Mass Effect” 2 & 3, Kamoshida in “Persona 5,” Pod 042 in “Nier: Automata” and Grimoire Noir in “Nier: Replicant,” G1 Michigan in “Armored Core VI,” Burton in “Borderlands 3,” Azrael in “Blazeblue,” Raven in “Tekken 6,” foxy grandpa Gunter in “Fire Emblem: Fates,” 89 in “AI: The Somnium Files,” Rufus and Valimar in the “Trails” series, and many more Japanese RPGs and indie American games. 

ANIME:  X Drake in “One Piece,” Yoshikage Kira in “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure,” Kalego in “Welcome To Demon School, Iruma-Kun,” Shinji in “Lycoris Recoil,” Geo in “Bastard!,” Ryu in “Shaman King 2021,” The Praetorian in “Super Crooks,” Master in “Akudama Drive,” Randle in “Tiger & Bunny,” Edo in Netflix’s “Ultraman,” Battuta in “How NOT to Summon a Demon lord,” Gekko in “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations,” Kershner in “Sirius The Jaeger,” Igari in “Baki,” Ryu in the cult hit “Backstreet Girls: Gokudolls,” Kamoshida in “Persona 5: the Animation,” Shoot McMahon in “Hunter x Hunter,” Locus in “Berserk,” The Professor in “Cyborg 009,” Jasley in “Mobile Suit Gundam: IBO” season 2, Vincent Pike in “MSGT: Bandit Flower,” Genji Kamogawa in “Hajime no ippo,” and many more only 12 people know about. 

CARTOONS: Omnipod in “WondLa” on Apple TV+, Deathstroke in “DC Super Hero Girls,” Newton on “The Rocketeer,” Chase on “Transformers: Rescue Bots,” Colonel Rawls on the final season of “Regular Show,” Superman on “Family Guy,” Mick in “The Tom and Jerry Show,” and a few pilots that died lonely and unseen. 

FILM & TV: Pa Kettle in “Z Nation,” Bud in “Sharknado 2,” Zepht in “Star Trek: Enterprise,” Aiden Wexler in SyFy’s “Isle of the Dead,” and another 200+ appearances on random shows and weird films over the last 25 years. Check him out on IMDB and DCDouglas.com to spot more titles you know.