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Ric Meyers

Connecticut, USA

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Novelist and comic creator Ric Meyers continues to host interesting and informative panels at FanimeCon such as "Kung Fu Extravaganza" or "Breaking into the Business" and in years past has hosted FanimeCon's Cosplay Masquerade. Outside of FanimeCon, fans may know him from his comics for Atlas, Topps, DC and Image, his sci-fi, horror, and fantasy-mystery novels for Warners, Dell and Dungeons & Dragons, or his non-fiction books about science fiction movies, fantasy films and TV detectives. Mr. Meyers has also worked on audio commentaries, liner notes, interviews and cover copy for more than 400 international DVDs.

Mr. Meyers has also held seminars about kung-fu at the TV network Nickelodeon and studios like DreamWorks and Sony, and taught at City College of New York, Brigham Young University, the University of Bridgeport's Martial Arts Studies Degree Program, and even the Chinese Cultural College in Taiwan. He holds the honor of kinging at Medieval Times and enjoys playing Santa to deliver presents every Christmas Eve. Mr. Meyers can also be seen in his new documentary, Films of Fury: The Kung Fu Movie Movie, which was released on DVD May 1, or in two international films released in 2011, Black Day, and The Suppressor.



Convention Guest Appearances:
   FanimeCon 2005 - May 27-30 in San Jose, CA
   FanimeCon 2007 - May 25-28 in San Jose, CA
   FanimeCon 2009 - May 22-25 in San Jose, CA
   FanimeCon 2010 - May 28-31 in San Jose, CA
   FanimeCon 2011 - May 27-30 in San Jose, CA
   FanimeCon 2012 - May 25-28 in San Jose, CA
   Albuquerque Comic Expo 2012 - June 8-10 in Albuquerque, NM
   The Great Allentown Comic Con 2012 - August 4-5 in Allentown, PA
   Central Canada Comic Con 2012 - November 2-4 in Winnipeg, MB
   Albuquerque Comic Expo 2014 - June 27-29 in Albuquerque, NM
   Central Canada Comic Con 2015 - October 30 - November 1 in Winnipeg, MB
11 guest appearances

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