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Cosmic-Con and Film Fest An Overview of the Cosmic-Con ............................................................................3 Cosmic-Con Featured Artists ...................................................................................4 What does a Comic-Con have to do with a film festival?....................................5 2011 Sci-Fi Film Fest earned Roswell a TIARA....................................................10 Film Fest Featured Guests ......................................................................................13 In The Spotlight Sienna Fleming ...........................................................................................................6 Devin Kraft..................................................................................................................7

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Art Center, Pearson Auditorum, The Spring River Park and Zoo and the Roswell Civic Center are the Roswell venues, while B & B Newstand and The Jahva House Cafe are the Artesia venues. Of course, there will be lots of guests, and plenty of people to meet, both as part of the artist’s alley, and part of panels, presentations and gala events. In addition to the guests mentioned in other parts of this magazine, the Secretary of Higher Education, Dr. Jose Garcia from the Governer’s office will be here for the grand opening celebration on Saturday morning, and will present the Gov-

erner’s Award of Outstanding Media Arts at the gala. The 501st Legion will bring Darth Vader and Chewbacca. Victoria Price will be on hand to present a panel on the late Vincent Price. And, of course, all the independent filmmakers who participated in the shoot-out will be on hand as well. Check out the pull-out schedule of events, drop by the vendor tables to get autographs and get exposed to new artists, and make sure to get a picture with Thor’s hammer! For more information on the Cosmic-Con, visit filmroswell.com.

Rey Berrones Photo Dallas Polleiʼs comic book collection of over 9,000 books reaches back into the silver age.

An overview of the Cosmic-Con

Rey Berrones Vision Editor

With the rise of social media and services like Kickstarter, CD Baby and Youtube, these days the creators of our favorite pop culture have become more accessible than ever. With that, fan conventions like San Diego Comic-Con, PAX, Anime Expo, CES, South by Southwest and E3 are more mainstream than they once were. As a result, those conventions have become massive productions that no longer allow the fans oneon-one interaction with their favorite artists and writers. This has given way to some smaller fan conventions that are now taking the place of those conventions. At one time, the SATURDAY,JUNE 16, 2012

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a DIY comic by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman. If you went to a Comic-Con in the late 80s, you may have run into them selling their work and meeting the fans. These days, Paramount Picture’s Ninja Turtles still has a presence at San Diego Comic-Con, but it is a major motion picture put together by Michael Bay, and fans of Laird and Eastman have to wait in long lines to get an autograph. So, now, the only place that up and coming writers and artists have a platform to meet new fans and interact with current fans is at the smaller conventions that have started popping up around the country. Roswell’s Cosmic-Con and

Film Fest is in its first year as a Comic-Con, and second year as a film festival, and it is looking like it has the potential to become a platform for independant filmmakers and upcoming artists and writers because not only is it supported by Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine, Lobo Anime and the Cities of Artesia and Roswell, but also by several local businesses and venues. Imagine That! is helping to provide the 501st Legion, who will be in and around the event all weekend, but will also show up at the Roswell Invaders game on the June 21 so that Darth Vader can throw out the first pitch. Peppers Grill and Bar, Pecos Flavors Winery, The Roswell Museum and VISION MAGAZINE

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Cosmic-Con Featured Artists

Devin Kraft

Devin Kraft hails from Roswell and runs cheshirecatart.com which is chock full of art influenced by Japanese, European, and American comic artists. He writes and draws his own comics readable online.

Logan Pack

Logan Pack is the other half of the team at cheshirecatart.com. Also from Roswell, Pack has known Kraft since elementary school, and they have been working together as an art team since 2003.

Paul Ziomek

Paul Ziomek is an illustrator and has been working in advertising since 2004 after getting his bachelor's degree in illustration. He has worked on clients such as the City of Roswell, BMW, Santa Ana Star Casino, Creamland Dairies, McDonald's and the UNM Cancer Center. Paul has earned local and national Gold Addy Awards for his illustration and art direction for the City of Roswell. He cur-

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rently teaches illustration and continues to work on his personal comic book projects including his latest all ages graphic novel "Fakin' the Funk."

Ryan Penagos

Ryan Penagos, aka Agent M, is the Executive Editorial Director for Marvel's Digital Media Group. With a career that began as an editor for Wizard Magazine, Ryan joined Marvel when that company's digtal media team was only five people. He's eloped turn marvel.com into the destination for Marvel news and information and has spearheaded the company's social media initiatives. He is the co-host of 'This Week in Marvel'. He also loves tacos, cats and high fives.

Jennifer Hernandez

Jennifer Hernandez is a graphic designer, born and raised in Roswell and is currently working towards her BFA at New Mexico State University. Her work mixes the graphic stylization of design with tradi-

tional art techniques such as printmaking. She is an intern at the Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces and works as a freelance designer under the personal identity Squidly Designs.

John Wilkins

John E. Wilkins has been been creating artwork professionally for over 20 years as a visal display artist and hand skills-based illustrator. He uses a wide range of media including pen & ink, inkwash, airbrush and three-dimensional designs. For the past three years John has landed in the artist alleys of other comic book conventions and has successfully hawked his sketch cards and other illustrations. As a hardcore sci-fi/fantasy artist and enthusiast, John is excited about participating in the first Roswell Cosmic-Con and Film Fest. Residing in El Paso, TX, he is currently owned by a wonderful spouse and two mostlywonderful cats.

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Courtesy Photo "Zap!" an original by Devin Kraft, created for the Roswell Cosmic-Con and Film Festival.

Mark Reid

Mark was born in Roswell and raised on a farm in Dexter, NM where his journey into art began. After winning his first of many awards at the 2004 at the Face and Body Art International Convention, Mark left the workforce to follow his passion for face and body painting. Today he has become one of the most respected artists and instructors in the face and

body art industry. Mark is known worldwide for his ability to transform the human face and body into works of fantasy and illusion. His reputation and extreme talent has led him to appear on Hollywood TV shows, at the Playboy Mansion, and for Superbowl Parties for Leigh Steinberg, The Blackeyed Peas, P Diddy, and Usher. He travels the world lecturing and demonstrating his amazing skills. This includes teaching as such prestigious places as the World Body Painting Academy in Seeboden, Austria, Bodessey in Canada and touring in Australia. His brilliant and colorful art style is now recognized worldwide. He is now teamed up with his fiancĂŠe Kim, a fellow face and body artist from Dallas who does many events for professional teams, athletes and Cirque du Soleil. In Dallas they do face, and body art as well as provide entertainment for parties and corporate events. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2012


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What does a Comic-Con have to do with a film festival?

Rey Berrones Vision Editor

Because last year’s Roswell International Sci-Fi Film Festival was enough of a success to receive a TIARA award, it is no surprise that there was interest in creating a Comic Convention to work in conjunction with the film festival. To be clear, these days, comic conventions are less about comics, and more about connecting writers, artists, costume and set builders, film makers, and other entertainment industry people with each other. This is mainly because the comic industry is smaller than many of the other entertainment venues. It is full of upcoming artists and DIY publishing, because of the start-up and publishing costs involved. So now, comics are a conduit for creatives to meet and discuss ideas and projects without having to go through all the trouble of actually producing animatics, storyboards or other conceptual productions, and the fans get to have a product in the mean time. It also means that projects that just ten years ago would have been shelved and never seen again get a new life. For example, Kevin Smith wrote a screenplay for “The Green Hornet� in 2004, which was rejected, but eventually the screenplay was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment, and turned into a Green Hornet comic miniseries. This isn’t an uncommon occurrence. After the second “Robotech� television series (“Robotech II: The Sentinels�) was cancelled in 1986, Eternity Comics directly adapted the Sentinels SATURDAY,JUNE 16, 2012

scripts and novels into comics, and although there was no more television show, the Robotech novels and unproduced scripts provided the content for several comic series, all the way up to “Robotech: Prelude to the Shadow Chronicles.� The animated feature film Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles picks up where the comic series leaves off. After nearly 100 animated episodes, hundreds of comics and three featurelength movies, the collected stories in the novelizations of the “Robotech� universe have not all been produced. These days, Harmony Gold has started production on live-action feature films based on the Robotech universe that has already been explored in the comics. Of course, Robotech is a very polarizing topic for comic book fans and animation fans, because many credit Robotech with ushering in a new era of animation where children were exposed to mature topics, and at the same time it is credited with both the ex-

plosion and death of Japanese Animation. Both of those topics will be explored at the panel discussions during the Cosmic-Con. On Saturday, at 10 a.m. there will be panel presented by Harmony Gold titled “Robotech - The Downfall of the Anime Industry� and on Sunday at 1 p.m. during the screening of the film “Carl Macek Robotech’s Universe.� The comic industry took a dramatic turn for the worse when the speculator’s market tanked in the early 90s. Between 1993 and 1997, two-thirds of comic book stores closed, many comic publishers ceased publishing, including Comico and Malibu Comics. Finally, in 1997, Marvel declared bankruptcy. Many believe that the bust of the speculator market was because of the “Knightfall� and “Death of Superman� series of comics that sold better with speculators than it did with collectors, causing many speculators to loose money because there wasn’t enough collectors for the

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It is no secret that artists and film makers have been drawn to New Mexico for centuries. As a result, we have a healthy creative community that has grown stronger with each generation. As some of our artists return to showcase their work at the Cosmic-Con, it is a good time to note there are other artists that grew up in this area’s creative hot-spot who are just at the beginning of this journey. One of those artists is Sienna Fleming. Fleming, 17, of Roswell, was one of the 27 members of the inaugural graduating class at the New Mexico School for the Arts in Santa Fe. NMSA opened in 2010 as a charter school and art institute with enrollment contingent on auditions (music, dance, theater) or portfolio (visual art) review. Fleming was one of six graduating from the visual arts department. Before

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NMSA, Fleming attended Roswell High School, and spent her first semester of high school at St. Margaret’s School in Aberdeen, Scotland. Fleming’s most recent work includes a series of photographs shown in the NMSA visual art senior exhibit at the VERVE Gallery in Santa Fe. Her digital photos start with a figure interacting with the landscape or architecture. After printing, cutting, layering and re-photographing the newly constructed collage, the finished artwork becomes a visual play between real and skewed, focused and unfocused, narrative and imaginative. Fleming was early-accepted to the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she has enrolled in the advertising department. Her current interests include graphic design, photography, cut paper collages, and drawing. Fleming sees herself in the future living and working in a creative field in an urban environment, but looks back fondly at her childhood in Roswell and all the

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creative outlets she was able to engage in. From clay classes at the Roswell Museum and Art Center to participating in numerous art competitions, Fleming’s

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resume is longer than most adults twice her age. A few highlights of her early artistic career include illustrating a book published by her sixth grade teacher entitled “Down Under in Australia” and at age six winning the national Young Writers and Illustrators competition sponsored by the PBS Reading Rainbow show. Fleming will exhibit work

in Roswell before she heads to college. The Tinnie Mercantile Store and Deli exhibition, “Playing Hookey,” will be an eclectic mix of Fleming’s past and current work, including photographs, ceramics, collages, and graphic works available as postcards and greeting cards. There will be an opening reception July 20 from 5 - 7 p.m.

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Devin Kraft: Roswell’s own

Vanessa Kahin Vistas Editor

“International” seems to sum up the drive of the upcoming Roswell CosmicCon and Film Festival—whether it be drawing a global appeal or letting the world know that Roswell is not finished justifying its proverbial place on the map. However, one of the most talented comic book artists at the event is none other than one of Roswell’s own. He hopes to bring what he has given and learned at other comic conventions back to his hometown. Devin Kraft, son of Roswell attorney and columnist Rick Kraft, is set to promote five comics that SATURDAY,JUNE 16, 2012

he has “written, penciled, inked, lettered, and designed,” at the Roswell Cosmic-Con and Film Festival, June 22-24. The 25-year-old has been drawing since before he could write. He said that at the age of four, he redrew Maurice Sendak’s popular children’s book, “Where the Wild Things Are.” “From there, I started mimicking the art found in Japanese animation, and before too long my style started absorbing both American and European comic book art,” Kraft stated in an email. The 2005 graduate of Valley Christian High School completed a film degree from Baylor University in 2009, but never let go of the

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dream that has gripped him since he was a tot. “I spent the majority of my time in class writing and drawing my own original comics,” Kraft said in an email. “By the time I graduated, I had finished roughly ten or so featurelength comics.” Currently based in Dallas where he is a graphic designer, Kraft has recently taken his art on the road, including participating in the Dallas Comic Convention and the Albuquerque Comic Expo. Exhibiting at larger events, while not forgetting where he came from, gives Kraft a unique edge. “This is RCC’s first year, so this will be a learning experience for everyone,” he stated in the email. “Beyond Hastings, Roswell doesn’t have a real comic book store. … There could be a big audience interested in seeing what comics are

all about, as well as existing fans coming to get rare or hard to find comics from the vendors.” Kraft hopes the Roswell Cosmic-Con will provide what he did not have growing up, when he had to travel to Albuquerque to get the books he wanted. “It’d be nice if there was a place locally that kids could go to pick up comics,” he said. “Comics encourage kids to read, draw, and dream; and it’s a shame that many kids are unfamiliar with the medium. “To put it in perspective, something like 60 percent of all printed material in Japan is sequential art.” Kraft also hopes the Roswell Cosmic-Con will afford an opportunity to connect with likeminded artists and fans. “That’s the best part about these conventions,” he said, “meeting new people and networking.”

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Roswell was recognized for excellence in the New Mexico tourism industry on May 16, capturing New Event of the Year at the 2012 Tourism Association of New Mexico TIARA Awards. The city received the award for the 2011 Roswell International Sci-Fi Film Festival: Aliens in Cinema, which was singled out for creative accomplishments, travel marketing and promotion. City of Roswell Marketing Director Renee Roach said the event was an overwhelming success, attracting film buffs from all over the world. "What I really think was the hook was that we did such a great job capitalizing on film tourism, which is a relatively new concept to a lot of destinations," Roach said. "And I think we're learning more and more about what that can bring to the economy. "What also really played a big role is we filled up so many hotels during that period, so we really added to the Lodger's Tax revenue." Roach said that aside from recognition the city received as a tourism destination, the TIARA award will also help to promote the

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bility. And that's what we really hope to gain from this (year's) event." This year's event has been re-branded as Roswell Cosmic-Con and Film Fest, coordinated by Phil Kim of Famous Monsters of Filmland. The event will be held June 22-24, and will feature more activities than last year's film festival, including a comic convention, vendor exhibition, and a Masquerade Ball at Spring River Park & Zoo. "We're really excited to bring this element to it," Roach said. "When you talk about science fiction, bringing in these artists can really broaden the scope of what the event can offer and bring in even more visitors than anticipated." For more information about the event, visit www.FilmRoswell.com SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2012


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Film Fest Featured Guests

Giorgio Tsoukalos

For over 14 years, Giorgio A. Tsoukalos has been the director of Erich Von Daniken's Ancient Alien Society. As the world's leading ancient astronaut expert, Giorgio has starred in and appeared on the History Channel, The Travel Channel, The National Geographic Channel, the Sci-fi Channel, Coast to Coast AM, and many other international television and radio programs, such as UFO Hunters and Ancient Aliens reporting about the latest discoveries in the ancient astronaut field.

Jason Martell

Jason Martell is a successful internet and interactive social gaming designer. He is co-founder of GodTube, but also founded Booya Media. Also known for his regular appearances on Ancient Aliens, Martell is well-respected for his knowledge in ancient Sumerian culture and Ancient Astronaut Theory. He has published a book, called Knowledge Apocalypse, and his website, www.xfacts.com, is one of the top ten â&#x20AC;&#x201C; most visited sites on the paranormal. SATURDAY,JUNE 16, 2012

Kevin Burns

Executive producer of Ancient Aliens, Kevin Burns is the creator and executive producer of more than 500 hours of diverse and dynamic television programming. His work can be seen on E!, History, A&E, Travel Channel, Bravo, Animal Planet, National Geographic Channel, AMC -- and more!

Bill Mumy is a multi-talented, prolific artist. He has worked on over 400 television shows and is best known by fans around the world for the creation of his memorable role as the heroic boy astronaut "Will Robinson" on the long running classic series "Lost In Space." From 1993 through 1998 he played the noble, mystical "Lennier" in the popular science fiction series "Babylon 5." His most recent acting

performances can be seen in a 2006 episode of "Crossing Jordan" and the Sci-Fi original film A.I. Assault. In 2003, Bill starred in "It's Still A Good Life," the sequel to one of the three classic Twilight Zone episodes he starred in as a child, "It's A Good Life."

Jason Faunt

After playing baseball in college, and even professionally for a time, Jason Faunt decided to pursue a career in acting. Well known for his role as the Red Power Ranger in Power Rangers: Time Force, Faunt has also been seen on shows like Passions and Port Charles.

Jessica Rey

With a BA in Business, from Cal State Fullerton, Jessica Rey started out as an actress in commercial campaigns for companies like Jeep and T-Mobile. She landed the role of the White Ranger, in Power See GUESTS, Page 14

Mitch English

An actor, stand-up comedian, weatherman and more all rolled in one, Mitch English is the "Spark Plug" of the national television show, The Daily Buzz. He's definitely known for his quick wit, unpredictability, yet, serious weather knowledge. Before coming to The Daily Buzz, Mitch hosted a morning talk show at KUWB-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah, served as the senior weather anchor at WTVY-TV in Dothan, Alabama and has also anchored weather at WCBS-TV in New York City. Mitch began his broadcasting career in 1990. Mitch is married and the proud father of four awesome kids.

Geoff Notkin

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UFOLOGY

Are we any closer to full UFO disclosure?

Everyone interested in the UFO phenomenon knows that from the beginning the national government has become a hoarder of secrets with regard to unidentified flying objects. Starting with the closure of Project Blue Book in December 1969, in fact, they have professed to having no interest in the subject whatever. Not only do they claim to be keeping no such secrets, they appear to be indifferent even to the prospect of collecting any. It supposedly doesn't concern them. Nothing could be further from the truth, of course, or at least we had all better hope so. If the government, and in particular the Department of Defense, were not interested in the presence of unaccountable objects in American air

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space, then obviously they would not be doing their jobs. How could they be disturbed about someone's flying a private singleengine airplane over the White House and not be concerned about the idea of flying saucers occupying that space? Clearly, the UFO question has to be one of grave concern to any government awake and functioning. But of course we still have the question of secrecy. There is little or nothing that government agencies are eager to tell the public about UFOs. To try to alleviate this situation, we UFO investigators of course continually do what we can to pry information out of them through Freedom of Information Act requests, and over the years this proce-

dure has yielded some results, but overall a cloak of secrecy remains. In the UFO investigative community, opinions differ as to whether there will ever be full disclosure. In other words, will the government ever say, “Okay, you win, we give up, we are indeed aware of the phenomenon and have been since that object crashed near Roswell in 1947 and we swept down and spirited away the wreckage and the bodies; here are photos of the debris and the aliens, and tours to see them begin immediately.” The UFO community includes disclosure optimists and disclosure pessimists. For one reason or another, some investigators do believe that governmental disclosure is around the

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corner, that the secret just can't be kept much longer. It looks ever more ridiculous, they argue, to keep denying everything. But I am a disclosure pessimist. In my view, the longer a government keeps secrets like these, the more desperately it has to keep them. We aren't getting closer to disclosure, we're getting further away. President Truman could have decided to open up with the truth in the years immediately following Roswell, but he didn't, and that would have been the time, an opportunity lost. So much dirty water has flowed under the proverbial bridge since then that it has become, I think, too late now for disclosure. Laws and policies have been broken, disgraceful things have been done to keep these secrets. There's too big a bill to pay by now for the truth to come out. I hope I'm wrong and the optimists are right; but don't hold your breath. [Donald Burleson is part of the Cosmic-Con panel presented by MUFON, “Revisiting the Roswell UFO Crash, 65 Years Later” scheduled for Saturday, June 23, at 1 p.m.]

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Rangers: Wild Force, while studying for her MBA at Loyola Marymount University. She has also been seen on Las Vegas, General Hospital, and Rules of Engagement (to name just a few).

Nakia Burrise

Nakia Burrise is an actress, a singer, a dancer, and a model. She was offered the role of the Yellow Ranger while attending UCLA. Having been seen, since then, on television shows like Boston Legal and Samantha Who, Burrise is still performing on the stage as well. She has starred in many productions, including Bye-Bye Birdie and Two Gentlemen of Verona. Nakia Burrise also founded “A Day in the Life”, a non-profit organization that reaches out to inner city children.

Susan Corbell

Susan Corbell has worked on movies like G-Force, Alvin & the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, and Pirates of the Caribbean. She managed a television station for three years, where she produced and directed original programs, and today she runs Vivid Light Pictures LLC. Corbell is currently finishing production for The Hunt. Then she will move on to producing and directing her own sci-fi/western creation, Time Rider.

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