This year's Baltimore Comic-Con promises to be bigger than ever. To help facilitate that larger than life mentality, the show organizers have announced that Cliff Chiang, Ramona Fradon, Paul Levitz and Peter Tomasi will all be making an appearance at the show.
"These four guests are by no means the only talent coming to the show in 2015 with work past and present from DC Comics, but all four are highly esteemed for their bodies of work there," said Marc Nathan, promoter of the Baltimore Comic-Con. "We love to be able to bring talent of this caliber to the show, both for the fans and for ourselves!"
Chiang began his career as an assistant editor at DC before moving over to the creative side. He has provided art for titles such as Human Target, Beware the Creeper, Green Arrow/Black Canary and Wonder Woman. You can find his pencils gracing DC Comics covers for Batgirl and Batman Eternal. Fradon spent much of her comics career at DC Comics working on titles like Adventure Comics, Brave and the Bold, Plastic Man, Freedom Fighters and a very long run on Super Friends. In recent years, she continues to be active on titles like DC's Convergence: Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters, Bongo Entertainment's Spongebob Comics and Annual-Size Super-Giant Swimtacular and Marvel's Invaders Now!, Namora and Girl Comics.
Levitz has been a mainstay at DC Comics since 1972, serving as a writer, editor, and President (2002 - 2009) over the tenure of his career. He created such notable characters as the Stalker, the Earth-2 Huntress and Lucien the Librarian. Levitz has since returned to writing the Legion of Super-Heroes for the New 52, as well as the Earth-2 centric book, World's Finest. Tomasi is a writer and editor best known for his work at DC Comics, editing such titles as Green Lantern, the Batman titles, Aquaman, Hawkman and JSA before being promoted to Senior Editor in 2003.
Full press release below.