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Sam de la Rosa's work on Marvel Comics VENOM LETHAL PROTECTOR #1-6 and VENOM SEPARATION ANXIETY 1-4 is the basis for the worldwide successful billion-dollar grossing VENOM MOVIE. The second movie, VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE, is based on his work MAXIMUM CARNAGE also from Marvel Comics.

 

Since 1982 Sam drew finished art/ink art for Marvel, DC, Disney, Image, and Dark Horse among others. His credits include Spider-Man, Venom, Carnage (MAXIMUM CARNAGE storyline), Black Panther, The Avengers, X-Men, What-If, Star Wars, Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, and more! He worked on Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Firestorm, and others for DC Comics. In 1989 at Dark Horse he worked on the very first and second PREDATOR comicbooks. ​

 

Sam's favorite work was always on Spider-Man, Venom, Carnage, and the Symbiotes! He goes to comic cons, store appearances, and events as an invited guest.

 

You can find a more detailed but partial list of his comic book credits at https://www.comics.org.

 

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Landon McDonald is a professional voice actor best known for playing the villainous dream demon Enmu in the record-breaking blockbuster DEMON SLAYER: KIMETSU NO YAIBA: MUGEN TRAIN, the maniacal mangaka Rohan Kishibe in the acclaimed JOJO'S BIZARRE ADVENTURE spin-off series THUS SPOKE KISHIBE ROHAN, the snack-happy super sleuth Ranpo Edogawa in BUNGO STRAY DOGS and the brooding, blood-bending sorcerer Noritoshi Kamo in JUJUTSU KAISEN.

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R BRUCE ELLIOTT has been a professional actor for decades, working in theatre, film, TV, radio and commercials, not to mention the occasional tailgate party and bar mitzvah. He started dubbing voices for anime at Funimation in 2003 and has continued ever since, having performed nearly 220 roles in over 200 anime shows and movies.

From his first role as the bumbling detective Richard Moore in Case Closed, he has become known for his range and versatility in shows such as Attack on Titan, One Piece, Space Dandy, Fairy Tail, Samurai Seven, Full Metal Alchemist, Dragonball Z Kai (and Super) and Black Butler, and more recently in shows like Star Blazers (originally Space Battleship Yamato), Angels of Death, Chio's School Road, Kikuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for Spirits and Fairy Gone.

He can also be heard in movies like Empire of Corpses and Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest, plus numerous video games, including The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, Aeon Flux, Orcs Must Die (1 & 2), Borderlands 2, and twelve or thirteen different games in the Dragon Ball Z series as his favorite fearless idiot, Captain Ginyu of the Ginyu Force.

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Best known as the voice of 'Beerus the Destroyer' in DRAGON BALL SUPER, ‘Krieg the Psycho’ in Gearbox hits BORDERLANDS 2 and 3, Jason Douglas is also well-recognized for his four seasons as dutiful Alexandrian ‘Tobin’ on THE WALKING DEAD. He also memorably appeared as ‘SATAN’ in AMC’s PREACHER.
 
An award-winning voice actor, Jason has performed lead and supporting characters in hundreds of iconic anime titles including recent work in Case Study of Vanitas (Ruthven), Dr. Stone (Kokuyo), Himouto! Umaru-chan (“Bomber”), After the Rain (Masami Kondou), and Attack on Titan (Miche).
 
Other anime fan-favorites include: Fairy Tail (Gildarts), One Piece (Aokiji), RWBY (Jacques Schnee), Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Miles), Black Butler 2 (Claude), Deadman Wonderland (Azuma), Psycho Pass (Masaoka), Parasyte: the Maxim (Gotou), Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 (Leon), Elfen Lied (Bandoh), Excel Saga (Il Palazzo), Dirty Pair Flash (Touma), Wandaba Style (Hanagata), Rune Soldier (Louie), Supergals! (Tatsuki), Azumanga Daioh (Chiyo-Dad) and Gravion (Sandman).
 
Recent TV guest-star roles include CRUEL SUMMER and THE RESIDENT. Other recurring and guest star appearances include Breaking Bad, Nashville, Revolution, and From Dusk Til Dawn: The Series. Feature films include Sin City, A Scanner Darkly, Machete, Secondhand Lions, and the Coen Brothers’ Best Picture, No Country for Old Men.
 


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