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2014 Voice Talent Guests

Since his debut in “Assemble Insert” back in 2001, Bill has been providing voices to some of your favorite characters in some of your favorite shows. If you’ve watched “Ikki Tousen”, “The Third”, “Shingu”, “KO Beast”, “His and Her Circumstances”, “Magical Witch Punie-Chan”, “Joe vs. Joe”,“Madara, “To Heart”, “Kujibiki Unbalance”, “Queen’s Blade”,“Gokudo”, or “Comic Party” you’ve probably heard his voice. But he is best known for his work in “Gravitation” (Touma Seguchi), “Boogiepop Phantom” (Yamamoto), and “Genshiken” (Tanaka Souichiro). He can also be heard on Saturday mornings as the voice of Brock in “Pokémon”, (as well as over 40 creatures that appear in the show). He has also worked in many Video Games as well, including "Smash Bros. Brawl as Lucario."

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Tom Wayland has been working on anime for about 14 years as an actor, director and producer. For the last 7 seasons, Tom has directed the Pokemon Series and voiced many major characters during that time. Plus he voices between 40 and 50 Pokemon critters. Not only is he involved with Pocket Monsters, but he has also worked with Duel Monsters, most prominently as Crow and Lester in Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's, Tom Has voiced in all seasons of Yu-Gi-OH! Other notable works include Storm Shadow in GI Joe and Jammerhead in Ninja Turtles. He has worked on about 200 more anime programs and a few dozens video games as well.


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Lisa Ortiz’s career as a voice over artist began under the shroud of an attempted auto larceny gone awry by her brother. Most famous for her role as Lina Inverse (which she reprised for Slayers Evolution), and Amy Rose in Sonic the Hedgehog.  She began her career as the high elf Deedlit in Record of Lodoss War and since then she has gone on to record dozens of anime, series, audiobooks, video games, and films as well as eventually moving behind the microphone as a Producer, Director and Adapter as well as a dubbing instructor. In addition to the roles above Lisa has also voiced Melona and Echinda in the Queens Blade Series, Chopper and Rika from One Piece (2004), Serenity Wheeler from YU-GI-OH!, Mikiko Oguro  from Animation Runner Kuromi, Anna in Berserk, Mini in RoboCar Poli, Ogakai in Dungeon Hunter 4 as well as roles in Gangstar 3. Her directing and producing work includes, games for, The Dark Night Rises, Iron Man 3, and Littlest Pet Shop. She currently resides in NYC, with her fabulous felines Fitz and Stan.


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2014 Media Guest

A classically trained painter and self-taught animator, Redminus took his first serious stab at an animation in 2010 and has since created or contributed to hundreds of online shorts. Since co-founding and animating the YoMama series on YouTube, he's contributed animation to youtubers like TheJwittz, Brock Baker, and Approaching Nirvana, as well as appearing occasionally in the Animeme series as the voice of Courage Wolf, Insanity Wolf, and Slenderman. Perhaps best known on Youtube and Newgrounds.com for animating and voicing his own shorts rooted in gaming and internet culture (such as Pokemon, Marvel vs Capcom, and Nyan Cat), Redminus is ending 2013 with the debut of his own series, Super Bored.


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2014 Musical Guest

Random Gibberish has been channeling their love of pop culture and general insanity into music since 2003. The geek rock band consists of the vocal talents of Erin Hatch and piano stylings of Matt Sernaker (and sometimes features appearances by that Kroze guy. They keep him locked away as much as possible.). They rock out and make people laugh with songs inspired by comic books, video games, movies and TV.They have played across cons such as Youmacon and MAGfest and in 2009, they won ABC's "Official LOST Theme Competition" at Comic-Con, and have created the annual Comic-Concert: A Night of Geek Rock music series. 2013 being the band's 10th anniversary, they have released two new albums "Octopuses Stand In Our Way" and the live album "More Juice" and have embarked upon a countrywide tour of much randomness to celebrate! Check them out at www.randomgibberish.com