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Last Updated: 8 May 2018
GUESTS / BRAND TALENT
Wellinton Alves is a Brazilian artist with a robust resume in comics, including work on titles such as Marvel’s Nova, She-Hulk and Thunderbolts. But MOTU fans will know him best for his artwork in the first three MOTU Classics minicomics produced by Dark Horse Comics and packaged with the MOTUC toys from Mattel.
Robert Lamb was a staff writer for Filmation’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power. In addition, he also storyboarded at Filmation for both series along with Fat Albert, Ghostbusters, Blackstar, Shazam!, and BraveStarr.
Scott Neitlich is the Director of In-House Brands at Entertainment Earth. He was the writer for the Masters of the Universe Classics minicomics and the former marketing manager for that brand.
Tim Seeley was the writer for the minicomics from Dark Horse Comics for the Masters of the Universe Classics toy line. He also worked on Dark Horse’s The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe hardcover book. And he is the writer on the upcoming Injustice VS. He-Man and The Master of The Universe miniseries from DC Comics.
Mark Taylor was one of the original toy designers to work on Mattel’s Masters of the Universe line. He was key in helping to create the look for the first group of figures ever released, including the iconic He-Man and Skeletor. Taylor’s MOTU illustrations have inspired artists and fans for years.
Rebecca Taylor is the former Creative Director at LJN Toys, and freelance packaging and fashion design for Barbie. But He-Man fans know her best for her labels and stickers on various Mattel “Boys Toys” including the stickers adorning Castle Grayskull for Masters of the Universe.
Charles Zembillas was a member of the original development team for the Filmation He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon and a lead designer on the She-Ra Princess of Power series as well as Filmation’s Bravestarr.
COSPLAYERS & ARTISTS