IN MEMORIAM
 

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                                                    FELIX SILLA 

                                    January 11, 1937 - April 16, 2021

 

Felix appeared at Meadowlark Comic Con 2019. Felix loved his fans in Oregon and he said he enjoyed taking photos with fans and spending time talking about his body of work. Felix was also present sitting with fans watching the theatrical version of 'Buck Rogers in The 25th Century" where Felix played the iconic character Twiki the robot at Meadowlark Comic Con. His career was vast and his other credits include great legendary television shows like "Bonanza" (1963), "Petticoat Junction" (1965), "The Addams Family" (1965-1966), "The Monkeys" (1967), "Star Trek: The Original Series" (1966-1969), "H.R. Pufnstuf (1969-1970), "Lidsville" (1971-1972), "Battlestar Galactica" (1978-1979), "Buck Rogers in The 25th Century" (1979-1981). His film credits include "Planet of The Apes" (1968), "The Blackbird" (1975), "The Mastermind" (1976), "The Kentucky Fried Movie" (1977), "The Lord of The Rings" (1978), "Under The Raindow" (1981), Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of The Jedi" (1983), "Spaceballs" (1987), "Batman Returns" (1992), and many more films and television. Felix will always be missed and forever part of the convention community.

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                                                     DEMITRIUS DH MILLER 

                                     NOVEMBER 27, 1973 - DECEMBER 24, 2021

DH Miller was a young prolific artist who specialized in Zenescope Comics style of artwork.  DH Miller began working with Colossus Girl Entertainment in 2018 working on Zenescope Comics style posters that have been sold at Colossus Girl Entertainment conventions and also seen in Colossus Girl Comic books. His Meadowlark rendition is a fan favorite in Oregon, and throughout the convention world. DH Miller passed away from complications of COVID. He will be deeply missed, but his art will live on forever.