Comic-Con 2016: Jason Williams Returns

Barely out of college and knocking around television, Jason Williams answered an ad in a newspaper that changed his life. He auditioned for a movie role that would cement his place in film history. Flesh Gordon would not only be an hilarious film parody of a beloved science fiction property, it would launch the careers of several Oscar-winning special effects artists, including Rick Baker and ILM President Dennis Muren.

Jason would follow that up by creating a parody version of Alice in Wonderland, as well as star in the gritty crime drama Cop Killers. With Fanboy Planet’s Derek McCaw, Jason has written a book about his experiences in 1970s Hollywood, I Fought the Sex Ray, for which he will be launching a Kickstarter campaign in early August.

He returns to Comic-Con today — Sunday — to autograph photos and posters in the Sails Pavilion.

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In addition to running Fanboy Planet, Derek has written for ActionAce, Daily Radar, Once Upon A Dime, and The Wave. He has contributed stories to Arcana Comics (The Greatest American Hero) and Monsterverse Comics (Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave). He performs with ComedySportz San Jose and ShakesBEERience, in addition to occasional screenwriting and acting jobs. If you ever played Eric's Ultimate Solitaire on the Macintosh, it was Derek's voice as The Weasel that urged you to play longer. You can buy his book "I Was Flesh Gordon" on the Amazon link at the right. Email him at