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    Brenda Krstine Feikema - 'Brenda Horan'
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Brenda started wokring for The Real World, a catalogue and convention retailer owned by Robb Horan in 1993 and was one of the people that started Sirius Entertainment. She lettered over 75 Comic Books in her career from 1994 to 2000. Mostly for Sirius Entertainment but also for Madison Square Garden and a few smaller publishers.

From Dragon Co to Comi-Con to Chicago to Charlotte- not a convention was missed, she's done more than 100 conventions in her career. A love of all things creepy and odd... she's not your typical "superhero" comic girl. She was one of the original "booth babes" and appeared on the Video Game Channel in a segment at the Wizard World Convention at the Roseland Convention Center in Chicago Illinios.

Other than lettering and eventually marrying Robb Horan in 1997 she headed the Sirius Entertainments retail business "Cosmic Therapy". Doing a great mail order business and conventioneering, she carried the hard to find and odd comicbooks from the 80's and 90's, and also one of the first importers of Manga and Dojinshi from Japan. Along with comic books "Cosmic Therapy" carried posters, prints, portfolios, toys, statues, t-shirts and all things collectable, often signed by the creators.

in 1998 she went on tour with Gary Numan for his US Exile Tour, she was the Merchandise girl. The tour lasted a minth and went to 24 cities. She developed a close relationship with Gary's mom, Beryl.

Brenda left the comic retail industry in 2000 when Cosmic Therapy was closed, though she still traveled for the parent company Sirius Entertainment. She left the comic book business for good in 2008.

She is now the proud mother of 2 and lives and works in Upstate Ny, making jewlery and cleaning high-end homes.

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Birthplace: Michigan

E-mail: feikema@yahoo.com
Facebook: http://Brenda Brooks

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Letterer:
The 7th System (1998)
Animal Mystic: Water Wars (1998)
Crypt of Dawn (1996)
Dolls (1996)
Enchanted (1997)
Enchanted - The Awakening (1998)
Mosaic (1999)
Poison Elves (1995)
Poison Elves: Lusiphur & Lirilith (2001)
Primal Rage (1996)
Scary Godmother (1997)
Supermodels in the Rainforest (1998)
Trademark And Copyright Book (2001)



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