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Saturday, August 19 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Designing X-Women III: No More Mumus!
Top artists discuss the state of superhero fashion and take turns designing fresh looks for X-Men in need! This year, Flame Con's fashion design super-team takes on their greatest challenge yet: Green hair!

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Joshua Siegel

Artist, Organizer, Geeks OUT, modHERO
Josh Siegel is an artist, writer and musician known for drawing pensive portraits of superheroes under the name modHERO. He helped create Geeks OUT as a way to raise the profile of LGBT+ people in fan culture, making fandoms more fun, inclusive and safe for queer geeks of all types... Read More →

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Kris Anka

A Marvel artist who's worked on books such as Star-Lord, Captain Marvel, and Uncanny X-men. Currently working on the Runaways.
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Tea Fougner (Tea Berry-Blue)

Tea Fougner, AKA Tea Berry-Blue, reads comics for a living! She’s a writer, editor, cosplayer, and Digital Project Manager at King Features Syndicate, which distributes comics to nearly 5000 newspapers. You can find her managing content on ComicsKingdom.com and the official Popeye... Read More →
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Aimee Fleck

Publisher, Bad Influence Press
Designer, illustrator, and publisher Aimee Fleck runs Bad Influence Press, a small fandom publishing house. Her work in comics includes Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy, Bee and Puppycat, and Lumberjanes. Aimee’s book Damn Girl That Style Is Fat is a guide to help full figured... Read More →
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Daniel Ketchum

Daniel Ketchum is a writer and editor who lives in New York City. While he's best known for editing X-Men comics for the better part of a decade, he also has a reputation for baking a mean chocolate chip cookie.
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Max Wittert

Max Wittert is a New York-based illustrator, cartoonist, and stand-up comic, best known for his comic "Jean & Scott".

Saturday August 19, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
Room B