Special Guests

Radio Westeros’s Lady Gwynhyfvar!

Radio Westeros’s Lady Gwynhyfvar!

Lady Gwynhyfvar, aka Jen Wilson, is a cohost and writer of the Radio Westeros podcast. A longtime fan of sci-fi and fantasy and a former bookseller, Jen has been writing about books for years. As Lady Gwynhyfvar she began writing about George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire several years ago, first at the popular fan forum westeros.org and later on her own blog and as a founding host of Radio Westeros. Since founding Radio Westeros in 2014, Jen has been a guest on numerous podcasts, blogs and panels, where she always welcomes the chance to bring a fresh point of view to analyzing Martin’s rich cast of characters. Jen lives in Massachusetts with her two children where she often repeats the Stark House words: “Winter is Coming.”

Peregrine McDermott

Peregrine McDermott

Peregrine McDermott of Falcon Cosplay is an artist, writer, and active role-player in the New England Cosplay community and has been attending conventions such as Granite State Comic Con and Queen City Kamikaze since 2010. Volunteering has been a large portion of Falcon Cosplay's involvement in the community, along with a focus on weathering and hand sewing costumes on a limited budget. Peregrine will be a volunteer guest involved with all things cosplay at ComicFest 2017, including the Cosplay Dating Game, Project Cosplay, and will be a judge for the cosplay contest!

Doughrito Cosplay & Photography

Doughrito Cosplay & Photography

Doughrito Cosplay & Photography has been a cosplayer and convention attendee for over 5 years, as well as a regular customer and volunteer at the Nashua Public Library for nearly 20. After helping out with the previous ComicFest, Doughrito is back for round two and this time is hosting the Cosplay Dating Game in addition to the Cosplay Contest!

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility!

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility!

Announcing ComicFest special guest, comic dealer John Cimino! He’ll be showing off the most rare and valuable piece of Marvel memorabilia ever, the 1964 Spider-man costume of comic-book creator and writer Roy Thomas. And he’s bringing what he calls his “Holy Grail” of Spider-man memorabilia collections! Want to know how John Cimino acquired such a rare piece of Spider-man memorabilia? Here's the New York Post article, "The Billion-Dollar Spider-Man 'Cover up'" about this unique, and possibly even scandalous, Spider-man costume!