Baltimore Comic-Con will return on September 8-10, 2023, hosting dozens of comic creators. The latest round of guest announcements are Arthur Adams, Jeremy Bastian, Chris Campana, Abby Denson, Bob Hall, and David Petersen.

As an artist, Adams became a favorite with his work in 1985’s Longshot miniseries. He has provided covers and interior work in Batman, Superman, Avengers, Spider-Man, X-Men, New Mutants, Godzilla, Danger Girl, Excalibur, and Guardians of the Galaxy. He is the creator, writer, and artist on Monkeyman and O’Brien. Outside of comics, he has done movie, toy, and game designs, book illustrations, and more.

Bastian is the creator and artist of Cursed Pirate Girl, and he has contributed to Guild: Tink, Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, and Under the Moons of Mars: New Adventures on Barsoom.

Campana has been working in comics and the art industry for over 20 years. He has worked on The Adventures of Parker Reef, G.I. Joe, TMNT, Spawn, Death Dealer, Rogue Sun, Red Sonja, Lady Death, Vampirella, Pathfinder, Tellos, and more.

Denson is the author of Uniquely Japan, the Kitty Sweet Tooth book series, Cool Tokyo Guide, Dolltopia, and Tough Love. She has written comics for Amazing Spider-Man Family, Powerpuff Girls Comics, Simpsons Comics, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Josie and the Pussycats, Disney Adventures, and more.

Hall has had a long association with Marvel as the artist on many of their major books and characters. His work has been seen in The Champions, Spider-Man, Conan, Thor, The Fantastic Four, The Sub-Mariner, Captain America, The Avengers, and The New Mutants.

As a cartoonist and children’s book illustrator, Petersen began his career on his self-published issue of Mouse Guard, which was then picked up by Archaia. He has worked on covers for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Dark Crystal, drew an edition of Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows, and his art appeared on the 2012 Baltimore Comic-Con program and t-shirt.

“What an amazing lot of artists and writers,” Baltimore Comic-Con show promoter Marc Nathan said. “These guests work on a vast array of comic titles and genres, from caped heroes to anthropomorphic dramas to foreign travel guides and more! There’s something for everyone at the Baltimore Comic-Con.”