Lansing’s annual anime convention, Shuto Con, descended upon the Lansing Center again. For the last three years, I had a good time experiencing this convention. How did my fourth visit to Shuto Con compare to last year?
Normally, I conduct interviews one on one. At Shuto Con, I had a special opportunity to interview Monica Rial, Tyson Rinehart, and Ian Sinclair all at once, all by myself. We went offsite and had a fun conversation that covered a myriad of topics including anime, comedy, music and b-movies. Enjoy this casual conversation with three awesome voice actors.
Here lies the final chapter in the 2016 Year in Review series. You might be asking you self: why are you releasing the last part in October of 2017? Originally, I was going to finish this series in early 2017 but events kept happening and this project was pushed back. Let’s look at it this way, this final review can give you a chance to see what the events were like last year and check out a few of the things that you might have missed. This final chapter talks about my time at the Grand Rapids Comic Con, Youmacon and the Motor City Black Age of Comics. Considering that these events are around the corner at the time of this article’s publishing, I feel it is a timely and relevant release. Enjoy.
Continue reading 2016 Year in Review Fall Part 2 (Yes, I know it’s 2017)
Ian Sinclair (Space Dandy) returns to have another fun conversation. Take a guess as to what we were talking about. You guessed it. More comics and music and Dragon Ball Super. This is a fine example of the type of interviews that I love conducting the most. Enjoy.
Shuto Con 2017 marked the TWO YEAR anniversary of MIGeekScene’s public debut. Check out photos from Lansing’s annual anime con. More photos to come.
Voice actress Jad Saxton has lent her talents to series such as Fairy Tail, Death Parade and Dimension W. Learn about the theatrical side of Jad, as we talk extensively about her roles in the Nether and the Trainspotting play. Plus, we delve into one of her favorite fandoms, the world of Harry Potter. Check out this fascinating interview.
After attending Youmacon last year for the first time, I headed back to downtown Detroit to experience Michigan’s largest anime convention again. Last year, I didn’t know what to expect. I experienced some good and some bad. Was it going to be the same as my time from last year? Or did the convention improve?