KFX 2018 Guests

 

 

The Best of The Irrelevant Show

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Artists/Authors

John Delaney

John Delaney is an Emmy Award winning storyboard artist, director, designer, animator and comic book artist with over 20 years of experience in live action production and both 2D & 3D animation as well as Gaming. John’s client list is extensive and includes MGM, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, Hanna-Barbera, Disney, Nelvana and Klasky Csupo to name just a few.

As well, John is also a respected animation designer and director and in a freelance capacity has performed these duties for North America’s top studios, including, Nelvana, Cinar, Studio B Productions, Nickelodeon, DIC, FunBag, Fred Wolfe Productions, Bardel Entertainment and World Wide Biggies.

For the past 17 years John has worked freelance as a comic book artist for DC Comics and Bongo Comics. He has penciled a wide variety of characters such as Superman, Batman, WonderWoman and the Justice League as well as Dexter’s Laboratory, Scooby-Doo, Futurama, and The Simpsons.

He was the penciller for the entire run of Adventures in the DC Universe (including covers) as well as the Superman VS Lobo one shot and several issues of Justice League Adventures as well as many covers for the JLAdvs. He has designed covers for JLA and Scooby Doo.

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Cosplayers

Andy Rae

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Andy Rae is a costume designer from small town British Columbia, Canada. She has been cosplaying for two years and has become totally immersed in the amazing cosplay community, making so many close friends along the way. She specializes in armor construction and has created several large scale armor builds using a thermoplastic material called Worbla. Even though she has only been in the cosplay community for a short time, she has already won several awards for her craftsmanship and has become an international cosplayer, doing guest spots at cons all over North America.

Sakura Elric

Sakura Elric has been cosplaying since 2008 and makes the majority of her own costumes and props. She earned her first award at Anime Revolution 2016, taking the Judges Choice for her sparkly costume of Syu from Show By Rock. She mostly cosplays from anime, and absolutely loves making idol costumes. With every costume she takes on, she aims to learn something new and expand her skill set. You can find her online on Facebook under Sakura Elric-Cosplayer.

 

Gladzy Kei

Gladzy Kei is a highly talented artist and cosplayer, designing new and cool interpretations of your favourite characters and bringing them to life in costume form. Cosplaying everything from superheroes, Disney characters and anime favourites, Gladzy is a true multi-talent!

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Make-Up Artists

Hailey Sabourin

Hailey Sabourin is a gifted actress, cosplayer and aspiring make-up artist who will return with her Make-Up Artistry booth and contribute to a panel at KFX 2018.  You can see Hailey this season in Rock Of Ages. She is also our designated “Hermoine” in our Harry Potter Improv Film Nights.  Follow her on her page Hailey Sabourin Make-up.

Hosts & Performers

PJ Phil Guerro

Phil Guerrero is best known as “PJ Phil” the original Host for the Zone during the 90’s. If you were a fan of the “Power Rangers,” “Sailor Moon” or “Are you Afraid of the Dark?” in Canada, Phil most likely guided you through those shows on the Zone for years. Whether he was teaming up with Warren, Snit or a human he made afternoons after school memorable and fun. Check out more about our fan favorite from KFX 2016 & 2017 at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0346240/

New Vintage Theatre -Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. Ghostbusters Battle

New Vintage Theatre’s crack team of improvisers, the gang behind last year’s hit Star Wars vs. Star Trek battle will bring you an epic battle of improvaganza proportions–Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. Ghostbusters Battle. They have just seven minutes, $7 to spend, 7 cast members and 70 minutes of rehearsal time and then the throw down happens on the big stage.