2019 Guest Announcement: Crispin Freeman

Crispin Freeman is a voice actor, director and script adaptor who’s been portraying characters in animation and video games since 1997.  He’s worked on a myriad of anime shows including Hellsing, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell, The Big O, Final Fantasy: Advent Children, Wolf’s Rain, Witch Hunter Robin, Chobits, Blood+, Last Exile, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Slayers, The Irresponsible Captain Tylor, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Durarara & Miyazaki’s “Howl’s Moving Castle” and “Ponyo”.  In the world of video games he’s…

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2019 Guest Annoucement: Eric Vale

Eric Vale can eat an entire Quarter Pounder with Cheese in a single bite. He crossed the English Channel riding on the antlers of a Canadian Moose. His favorite time of the year is dinnertime. This man has voiced characters such as Trunks in Dragon Ball Z, Sanji in One Piece, Yuki in Fruits Basket, Kymblee in Fullmetal Alchemist, America and Canada in Hetalia, and most recently Nishiki in Tokyo Ghoul.  You can also hear him on radio and TV as the voice of the Dallas Stars and…

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2019 Guest Announcement: TRUE

TRUE began her career as a singer with the single “anytime, anywhere” produced by Satoshi Shimano. In 2001, her third single, “Way to Love”, was featured on the drama Love Revolution and became a smash hit, selling 300,000 copies and reaching number 10 on the Oricon chart. In 2011, she transitioned into a song lyricist. She handled writing anime openings and endings from artists such as Eir Aoi, Kis-My-Ft2, LoVendoЯ, and iDOLM@STER character songs.  Her “Beat Generation” performed by the…

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2019 Guest Announcement: Sayaka Sasaki

Sayaka Sasaki is not only a singer, but also as a voice actor and actress. She debuted in 2010 with the opening theme song for The Book of Bantorra Season 2, “Seisai no Ripieno”. She has attended many large music festivals held at venues such as Yokohama Arena and Saitama Super Arena; as well as appearances at overseas conventions in Asia, North America, South America, and the Middle East. Sasaki’s works include the opening theme for Senran Kagura “Break your…

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2019 Guest Announcement: Asaka

Asaka is a Japanese singer with 5pb. Records.  She was born in Japan but spent five years in Michigan at the age of three. She has loved singing ever since she was a child, and after winning several karaoke competitions in 2014-2015, she made her debut with her first single “Open your eyes” in October 2016, which is the ending theme of the anime Occultic;Nine. Her second single “Edelweiss” (ending theme of TV anime A Centaur’s Life) released in July…

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2019 Guest Announcement: ZAQ

ZAQ is a singer, songwriter and composer.  She began playing piano from the age of 3, and graduated from a music college majoring in piano.  Aside from studying classical, she is experienced with several genres including rock, pop, R&B, & Hip-hop.  She self-taught composition, and began writing songs for other artists in 2012. In October 2012, she made her major debut as a singer with “Sparkling Daydream”, the opening theme song of TV anime Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions.  Since…

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2019 Guest Announcement: Justin Cook

Justin Cook is an American voice actor, producer, line producer, ADR Director and Engineer who works for anime series at Funimation/OkraTron 5000 and is most noted for his English dub role as Yusuke Urameshi in YuYu Hakusho. Other notable credits include, Raditz and Dende in Dragonball (all the series, original funimation voice), Hatsuharu in Fruits Basket and Kirishima in My Hero Academia. 

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2019 Guest Announcement: Jerry Jewell

With almost 200 credits to his name, Jerry can be heard in a wide variety of shows.  He’s probably best known for his roles as Kyo Sohma in Fruits Basket, (a role he will be reprising in the 2019 reboot beginning in April), Jimmy Kudo in Case Closed, Barry the Chopper/Number 66 in Fullmetal Alchemist, Russia in Hetalia: Axis Powers, Lau in Black Butler and Victor Nikiforov in Yuri!! on Ice. He can currently be heard as Principal Nezu in My Hero: Academia…

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2019 Guest Announcement: Helen McCarthy

If you don’t like the f-word, stay away from Helen McCarthy. A feminist from the cradle, she was brought up and educated by creative, radical women, and she has no intention of deviating from the trail of disruption they encouraged her to follow. Right now Helen is hugely excited by the development of 2.5D, a movement to bring anime and manga into live action without whitewashing. 2.5D offers new opportunities for actors of East Asian origin around the world, and…

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