Sept. 20-22nd, 2019
Michael Wilson aka Knightmage will be attending the Cincinnati Comic Expo on September 20-22nd, 2019 at the Duke Energy Center. Wilson, a Deputy Sheriff, actor and International Cosplayer from Youngstown, Ohio, travels the to various pop culture conventions around the world and raises money for charities while attending the conventions as their guest. During Cincinnati Comic Expo, Knightmage will be signing autographs for fans, as well as giving out photos for FREE, asking only for a small optional donation to The Dragonfly Foundation. Attendees can donate via Dragonfly.org, by texting MAGE to 71777, or by visiting https://dragonfly.org/events/knightmage.
The Dragonfly Foundation helps pediatric cancer patients and their families find strength, courage, and joy.
For information about Michael Wilson (bio below) and the Cincinnati Comic Expo, please visit:
Michael “Knightmage” Wilson was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and now resides in Youngstown, Ohio.
A current decorated 19 year veteran Deputy Sheriff for the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio, Michael has been cosplaying since 2012. Having created over 170 costumes, Michael is an award winning cosplayer with many of his creations being praised and displayed on numerous platforms in print and online. Michael is noted as one of the most influential and diverse male cosplayers in the world. Along with judging cosplay contests Michael often hosts cosplay panels and workshops at conventions showcasing the creative, positive, inspiring and supportive side of cosplay.
Having a love for acting and stunt work, Michael has worked on several Hollywood comic book movie productions. Michael was also an alternate for the 2006 reality show “Who Wants To Be A Superhero” hosted by Stan Lee. Michael has worked on and has been featured in several fan films and productions such as “Flash Fall” by Together Brother Productions and the popular YouTube series “MAN AT ARMS: Reforged”. Michael is a spokesperson for FX latex product, Zombie-Skin. Michael has also created various costumes for World Wrestling Entertainment superstars.
Genuinely loving to entertain, make a positive impact and bring smiles, Michael most often uses his costuming by participating in many charitable events, benefits, parades, birthdays and hospital visits to children. This has led him to becoming a member of esteemed costuming groups all over the United States such as “The League of Heroes, The Heroes Alliance-Ohio Branch, East Coast Avengers, Costumers with a Cause and Superheroes to Kids in Ohio and Heroic Inner Kids”. Michael often works closely with charity organizations as a sponsor and has partnered with over 80 various organizations around the world to fundraise and bring awareness to these organizations. Michael has received numerous awards for his charitable deeds including the “’Outstanding Service Award” from Credit Where Credit Is Due, the CosBravo Award and most notably the “Presidential Volunteers Award” from President Barack Obama and the White House.
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