The Riley and Kimmy ShowThe Riley and Kimmy Show
Daily Podcasts originating from Orlando, Florida that include commentaries…information and most of all fun. We discuss Comic Books (including COSplay), Multi-Media (including Radio and TV), Films/Movies, Health/Lifestyle issues and more. The show focuses on the world of Nerd/Pop Culture…Comic Books & Collectibles. Riley and Kimmy do daily shows and when possible try to highlight local/Florida events and Pop Culture-based businesses.
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Budd Root comics were a major influence for him during his young er years. Budd is the creator of the series ‘Cavewoman’ that was published first by Basement Comics in 1993. Cavewoman has also been published by Caliber Comics and Avatar Comics. Follow the adventures of a jungle woman who battles dinosaurs in Cavewoman.


Adelso Corona is a Queens, NY born and raised comic book artist currently residing in South Florida. He has worked for all the major comic book publishers as an inker/finisher and has penciled and inked numerous covers and pinups for some Indie publishers as well. Currently working over penciler Rob Liefeld on ‘Deadpool: Bad Blood’ for Marvel Comics, with Marat Mychaels on ‘Brigade’ for Extreme Studios/Image Comics and Sajad Shah on ‘Zindan’ for Roaring Sun Studios while also penciling and inking his own Covers for ‘Salvagers’ published by Think-A-Like Productions.                                                                        Here’s a list of some of his credits…. Deadpool Corps, Deadpool: Bad Blood (Marvel) Hawk & Dove, Deathstroke and Grifter New 52 (DC Comics) Brigade,The Infinite,Youngblood (Image Comics) Shaper (Darkhorse Comics) The Phantom (Moonstone) Zindan (Roaring Sun Studios) Salvagers (Think-A-Like Productions) Numerous Zenescope covers including Tales of Oz, Grimm Fairy Tales and Wonderland …also inks on titles from IDW (Jinn Rise) , Boom Studios (Farscape) and Contraband (Blindside)                                                                                Much thanks to Yancy Street Comics for sponsoring Adelso Corona.


Javier Lugo is a professional comic artist and creator. He is a co-founder of CAE Studios and has contributed to countless comic projects over the past several years. He is most well known for being the co-creator of the popular “Overwatch” series that became the name of the Blizzard video game. His credits include work for IDW, Darkhorse, and more. His body of work includes the creator-owned property Project: APEX and Charlatan and the Dead Boyz. He has done pencils on The Purgatorist with 102.5 The Bone’s A Cat Named Mo, Zombie Squad, Femforce, American Eagle, and IDW’s Hasbro Revolution series.


John Nadeau  started out contributing to AC Comics in the early 1990s.  John has done pencils and covers for Dark Horse Comics from 1996 to 2000. He has worked on several titles for Dark Horse, including ‘Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron’ and ‘Aliens’.  John has also worked on Green Lantern for DC and Wolverine for Marvel Comics.                                   web site is


Jeff Whiting a Daytona Beach native got his start in comics inking the original Tick for New England Comics, and some of the related spin-off books. From there, he went on to ink for Malibu Comics Ultraverse, on titles such as Prime, Ultraforce, Mantra, Sludge, Prototype and Rune. After a small inking run for Wildstorm and DC Comics, he self-published a few issues of a book called Shanghai, which he wrote and drew. He has several new projects in the works for 2015 with writer Roland Mann, and new self-published work.


Kathryn Flocken is a silhouette artist.
Kathryn began her Silhouette Artist career in Orlando’s premier theme parks in 1989, creating freehand cut portraits of Guests using only scissors and paper.
Kathryn has traveled to 40 states as well as abroad to make Silhouettes of Guests at special events, and has been featured demonstrating this nearly lost art on CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood. Kathryn was honored to cut Silhouettes at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC, and the homes of two former U.S. Presidents. Silhouettes of beloved comic book and film characters can be found at her booth, as well as Silhouettes cut of you on the spot in just minutes!


Jake Estrada entered the comic book field back in 2005 by first publishing his now classic hero Bocas. His first comic, Bocas, centered on a Hispanic character, and there are six books in that series. His other books include Estrada Media Serials 1, Estrada Media Serials 2, Bridgeton Nights, You Cannot Silence Me: The Unauthorized Pedro Albizu Campos Story, Tainos, Motorist vs. Bocas 1, Motorist vs. Bocas 2, The Human Virus , Screw Phillips, Maestro and Space Coast Comixx.
In 2012 Mr. Estrada decided to start focusing on publishing and releasing comics in Brevard County. He was interviewed by local Magazine, Brevard Live for the November 2012 Edition about the Human Virus. Publisher Heike Clark said, “A Comic Book that goes under the skin.”
At that instance a renewed passion was sparked and Jake Estrada started to work towards creating Space Coast Comixx.
In addition to publishing Space Coast Comixx, Mr. Estrada has his work featured in Spotlight Magazine and a monthly comic strip in Al Dia Today in Brevard County. Mr. Estrada has worked as a comic printer and has printed comics for other independent publishers. He also owned and operated his own comic shop. He holds degrees in both Multimedia Design and Criminal Justice Administration. Plus he partnered with David Grace to create Space Coast Comic Con, along with appearing in several films and tv shows. Jake loves being active and creative and he enjoys living his life to the fullest. Jake loves his family and he enjoys his three children.


Joel D. Wynkoop has been acting…. well since he was a little kid but graduated into super 8 movies in the 70’s then in the 80’s teaming up with Tim Ritter to do “Twisted Illusions” the movie and the company followed by “Truth or Dare”, “Killing Spree”, “Lost Faith”, “Wicked Games”, “Creep”, Screaming for Sanity”, “The Alien Agenda series”, Marcus Koch’s “Rot”, “Dirty Cop No Donut” then “Dark Dimensions”, “The Bite” and many more leading up to “Herschel Gordon Lewis’ The Uh-Oh Show”, “Demon”, “Stopped Dead” with Debbie Rochon and his upcoming movie “Fury The Tales of Ronan Pierce”. Also his TV shows Joel D. Wynkoop’s “The Other Side” and “The Joel Wynkoop Show” , countless TV commercials, infomercial’s and stage plays. Wynkoop has definitely paid his dues. He continues to act today wherever the movie takes him.
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M. Catherine Wynkoop started her acting career with “Fall of an Actor: The Joel D. Wynkoop” story back in 1999. Since then Cathy has starred and made appearances in many movies like “Into The Woods”, “Aspiring Psychopath”, “The Bite”, “Before I Die”, “Always Midnight”, “Make Them Die Sleazy!”, “$cumbagz”, “Twisted Ilusions 2”, “Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare part 4”, and most recently has just completed shooting Joe Sherlock’s “Diary of Blood”. Cathy also played Captain Auhn-Rue on the Sci’Fi TV show Joel D. Wynkoop’s “The Other Side”. Cathy has now begun work on Kelly Helen Thompson’s movie “One By One”and has also been cast in the upcoming movie “Onslaught”. To see more of Cathy you can visit her Facebook page at


Joseph Lovece is a retired journalist, publisher and comic book dealer. His first novel is The Steam Man of the West. He lives in Ormond Beach, Florida. The books are available on Amazon and Goodreads in paperback or eBook edition. Web site is Joe also reviews comics for the online magazine Multiverse. You can read his reviews at


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 Jesse Hansen, has been working in the comic book field since 1993 with his first publication being in Cracked Magazine #365 and Bubba the Redneck Werewolf. He founded Cornerstone Studios (formerly known as Cadre Corner Studios) in hopes that it would be a launching pad for helping other young talented individuals make their mark on the art industry. He has been published in over 60 comic books, magazines and periodicals. Jesse has done everything from Pre-Press, Editor role, Art Director, Publisher, Penciller, Inker, Grayscale/Colorist and even Letters and Post production.