Baltimore Comic-Con is continuing to build an impressive guest list for their event on September 8-10, 2023. The newest additions are Dan Brereton, Tony Fleecs, Trish Forstner, Jamal Igle, Chris Kemple, and Peter Tomasi.

Brereton has been working in comics for over 40 years, writing and illustrating such titles as X-Men, Justice League, Batman, Thor, Red Sonja, Vampirella, The Simpsons, and many more. He has worked for Walt Disney TV Animation, Hasbro Toys, CBS, and musicians like Rob Zombie, and he is best known for his creator-owned property, Nocturnals.

Fleecs is a celebrated comic creator, with a slate of creator-owned titles like Stray Dogs, Jeff Steinberg: Champion of Earth, In My Lifetime, and Time Shopper. His works has been featured in Star Wars titles, Avengers, Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rick & Morty, Transformers, and My Little Pony.

Forstner is a relative newcomer to comics who has provided art for Stray Dogs and My Little Pony, as well as variant covers for many independent titles.

Igle is the creator of Molly Danger and co-creator of The Wrong Earth. He has been a series artist on Firestorm the Nuclear Man, Nightwing, Tangent: Superman’s Reign, Superman, Supergirl, Zatanna, Noble Causes, and New Warriors. His art can be seen in G.I. Joe, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and Green Lantern, as well as in The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas and Race Against Time.

Kemple contributes to Artist Alley Comics, he started out as an assistant at Artamus Studios, is a teacher and freelance artist, and for the video game development studio Red Storm Entertainment, he is a founding member, texture artist, and 3D object modeler.

Tomasi is a writer and editor best known for his work at DC Comics. He began his career editing Green Lantern, Batman, Aquaman, Hawkman, and JSA before becoming a Senior Editor. Later, Tomasi moved from editing to writing full-time and took over Batman and Robin with issue 20. He helmed new volumes of Batman and Robin, Green Lantern Corps, and JSA. He is the author of creator-owned titles like House of Penance, Light Brigade, The Mighty, Blood Tree, and The Bridge: How the Roeblings Connected Brooklyn to New York.

“We are bringing in such a wide array of creators this year,” Baltimore Comic-Con show promoter Marc Nathan said. “Some of these guests have contributed to the incredible continuities at the large publishers, some of them have worked on huge licensed properties with astounding followings, and some of them are breaking their own ground in the industry. We have something for everyone this year!”