Saturday afternoon and evening photos along with a Sunday album from Youmacon.
Watch what anime and video game voice actor Todd Haberkorn called one of his best interviews of 2016. Todd Haberkorn’s list of roles are so numerous that I wouldn’t know where to begin. Let’s try Natsu from Fairy Tale and Ling Yao from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood to name a few. Learn more about Todd’s non-anime background as we discuss: his favorite concert, a tribute war with Vic Mignona, his music album, his time on Hot Pepper Gaming and Jiminy Glick. Special bonus footage with a cameo and a message for Todd included.
Sasuke Uciha (Naruto), Simon (Gurren Lagann) and Ben Tennyson (Ben 10) are a paltry sampling of the numerous popular shows that Yuri has voiced for. We talk about Mad Max Fury Road, martial arts, Ninja Scroll, Dr. Who, charitable causes, steampunk, noir influences and many more topics in this engaging interview.
I always strive to create a fun and engaging interview for my guests. However, when the guest and I click right from the beginning, the real magic begins. Yuri Lowenthal was, by far, one of my favorite interviews of the year (and of all time)!
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?
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)