Thursday, June 17, 2010


Hi again... yeah, the last post and this one are very close together.  Deal with it! More to read anyways ^_^
Shelf Life Weekly caught up with me during the first day of the Comicon and did a very short interview.  I didn't have much time to chat with them outside of this interview as we were all rushing around but they were very nice men and I thank them for their time. 

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Now.... I just got a cool piece of news....  although there are no set plans for anything ........yet- I still want to share something awesome with all of you.  This is a teaser onesheet from the producer of Western X. 

I don't have many details on this yet but what I CAN tell you is that you will be seeing a lot more of me and really get an in depth look at these characters.  That means of course, an opportunity for you to watch this character develop in a short amount of time.  This is not a movie, just a short side story. I am very hopeful and excited.  As I know more I will share.

I have also joined with the AZ Avengers.  I will be portraying both X-23 and Pepper Pots, depending on what character is needed.  This organization dresses like the Avengers and then does promo work while also focusing on charity work.  We will be visiting hospitals, nursing homes etc. in order to bring smiles and love.  You can visit and join the facebook page here:

Remember, I will be at SAC Horror in September in California, the Saboten-con October 1-3rd in Arizona and the Tucson Comicon November 6th in Tucson Arizona.

Also-- WHO'S WATCHING THE WORLD CUP?!?!?!  What do you think so far???

Down time

With the Phoenix Comicon have been over for a few weeks, I have had plenty of time to rest and *****BREATHE*****

I slept the majority of the 3 days following con. I was exhausted. I have since been working on some art...if you can call it that.

I made a low fat chocolate cheeesecake, have cooked some delicious meals, had a few days to spend and catch up with friends and even had time to clean and dust the house. Oh the little things.
As promised, there are many more photos from the comicon that I have posted here for you, along with the interview with No Big Deal. No Big Deal is 1 of the bands that played during the Kids Need To Read Geek Prom. Wil Wheaton, John Scalzi and Felicia Day were all there to host, so these kids definately had a great opportunity to play for a sold out event.
I am going to be finishing the 2nd part of Pen Addiction this week. I have the script and we start fillming this Sunday. I also have some good news about convention apprances! October 1-3rd I will have a table at the Saboten-con in Arizona. It is a 3 day Anime convention and I will be selling posters, t-shirts and lithos from Comic Book Divas "A Life Behind the Mask" web comic. I will also have screen shot lithos and other items from Western X, the Sci-Fi series that I have been cast in. One way or another, I will be participating in the Tucson Comic-con as well on November 6th so now you have 2 other opportunities to come and say hi!

This is Bill and Ben from with their art.  You can go to for more information and awesome art.

This is Anya (left) seamstress, myself as Queen Redd and Vaness Allen body artist. Two wonderful members that were part of my amazing team!

This is me with the band No Big deal after their interview. That's right, puff out those chests!

I'll post more later! What costume was your favorite??