• Guest Announcement: Keith Silverstein

    Keith Silverstein is a veteran voice actor with a diverse list of credits. He’s the voice of Zhongli in the worldwide sensation, Genshin ImpactTorbjörn in Overwatch 2Hisoka on Hunter x HunterHawk Moth on the fan favorite Miraculous-Tales of Ladybug & Cat NoirSpeedwagon in Jojo’s Bizarre AdventureGouhin in Beastars, and Dhalsim in Street Fighter 6.

    He can also be heard as Jigen in BorutoEn in Dorohedoro, and Vector the Crocodile in the Sonic The Hedgehog franchise. Resident Evil fans know him as H.U.N.KSoul Calibur fans will recognize him as Zasalamel, and in Persona 5 he voices the villainous Masayoshi Shido.

    Not enough for you? Here are a few other titles under his VO belt: TMNTJujutsu KaisenAmphibia, Solar Opposites, League of Legends, Seven Deadly Sins, One Punch ManMy Hero AcademiaSailor MoonStar Wars SquadronsBungo Stray DogsFate/ApocryphaFire EmblemGlitter ForceBleachWorld of Warcraft, Dead or AliveCall of Duty Black Ops, Gundam: The OriginDanganronpa, and Big City Greens.

    For more info on Keith Silverstein visit his website at www.keithsilverstein.com, or check out Keith Silverstein on Instagram, and @SilverTalkie on Twitter.

  • Guest Announcement: Wendy Powell

    Texas-based actor Wendy Powell absolutely loves what she does, performing in all forms of media: film, television, radio, narration, and video games. But where her character-creating skills truly come to life is in anime! Mirroring the shapeshifting abilities of her iconic Fullmetal Alchemist role Envy, she changes her voice into anything and everything imaginable, including quirky robots, mysterious omnipotent aliens, little old fox ladies, wispy exorcists, and everyday human beings.

  • Guest Announcement: Kristen McGuire

    Kristen McGuire is a professional voice actor, ADR director, and script adapter for Funimation. When it comes to voice work, Kristen has worked on over 150 different titles, but she is most well known for her roles as Tatami Nakagame in My Hero Academia, Milim Nava in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Loop Nishigori in Yuri!! On ICE, Senko in The Helpful Fox Senko-san, Young Nora in RWBY, Hinano Kurahashi in Assassination Classroom, An Onoya in ReLIFE, Tama in Magical Girl Raising Project, and Rin Toyama in New Game. She has also provided voices for several video games, including Chibi Arachne in Smite, Several voices in 88 Heroes, Female Marine in Xeno Crisis, and Miima in Dizzy Hearts.

    As a scriptwriter, she has adapted several titles for English including but not limited to Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Love Live! Sunshine!, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, High School DxD Hero, The Helpful Fox Senko-san, and Magical Girl Raising Project. As an ADR director, she has directed shows such as Citrus and Gamers!, and served as an assistant director on both elDLIVE and Tsukigakirei.

    Currently she works as a full-time script adapter for Funimation and likes to create her own comics in her spare time.

  • Guest Announcement: Wendee Lee

    Wendee Lee is one of the premiere American voice artists and voice directors in animation, games, anime, and films.

    With an iconic career spanning over four decades, and over 600 credits she holds a record as one the most credited voice actresses in North America, and was named one of the Top Twenty voice artists of all time.

    Career highlights include Cowboy Bebop, Sailor Moon, Haruhi Suzumiya, Bleach, Vivy, League Of Legends, NieR, Devil May Cry, Neptunia, 14 ‘Tales Of’ games, Persona, Robotech, Doraemon, Akira, Fire Emblem, Ninja Scroll, Digimon, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Monster High, World Of Warcraft, March Comes In Like A Lion, Magic Knight Rayearth, Gundam, Dragonball, Soulcalibur, Detective Conan, Outlaw Star, Lucky Star, Ever After High, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney, God Eater, Durarara, Naruto, Boruto, Persona, Xenoblade, and Polly Pockets.

  • Guest Annoucement: Kayli Mills

    Kayli has loved performing both as an actor and singer from a young age, but having moved over a dozen times as a child, was never able to participate in local theater like they wanted to. Still, she was determined to make her dreams come true! She fell in love with anime, and in middle school, found comfort and friendship in creating song covers, writing and voice acting online.

    Before choosing to pursue voice over full time, Kayli also studied in Otsu, Japan for 3 months, working on a cruise ship, and Sydney, Australia for half a year singing and playing guitar on the streets between classes.

    Today, you can hear her as a colorful and chaotic cast of characters including Keqing (Genshin Impact), Alice (Sword Art Online), Emilia (Re:Zero), Clara (Welcome to Demon School, Iruma-kun) and many more!

    In addition to being an actor, Kayli is also a professional writer, lyricist, and singer with a certification in audio engineering (they’re not a professional, but know a few tricks!). They also have a YouTube channel with a following for their English cover songs. She adapted, recorded guides for, and helped direct the opening of both Cells at Work English dub openings, and adapted and sang all of Clara’s family songs in Welcome to Demon School, Iruma-kun (yes, they play every member of the family!). She is also both the singing and speaking voice of Quna in Phantasy Star Online 2!

    Outside of work, they enjoy being active and love going on adventures! You’ll find them in the gym lifting most days, and outside enjoying a nice hike or climbing something they probably shouldn’t be! She’s also a huge foodie and could talk to you for hours about how to perfectly construct a gourmet donut!

    Fun fact: she has sung and appeared in a music video for a single released by j-pop singer Yun*Chi, which was released when they were living in Japan. She is also a part of the virtual idol group Interlunium, an 11 member group that releases original music and story. She even designed her own character, Akira!

    Follow her gremlin adventures online via Instagram or Twitter @kaylimills or TikTok @thedonutgremlin

  • Guest Announcement: V Is For Villains


    V Is For Villains is a high energy, costumed, industrial/electronic rock band. Since being created by lead singer-songwriter Mr. Agitator (Nick Santiago), this Chicago-based band has traveled the country playing original music to clubs and conventions alike. They have headlined major pop culture conventions such as DragonCon, ColossalCon, Dark Side of the Con (now Dark Force Fest), and Mad Monster Party, and venues such as The Metro Chicago, Hard Rock Cafe, and House of Blues. V Is For Villains brings to the table high-energy and exciting shows through the use of costumes, video, and three albums of original music, as well as a newly released 80’s cover album.

  • Guest Announcement: Super Thrash Bros

    The Super Thrash Bros have created a unique and immersive experience by twisting classic Nintendo/Smash Bros soundtracks with the raw intensity of thrash metal. Not only is the result worthy of solid head banging, it’s been transcribed so carefully and accurately that your favorite characters just couldn’t resist making their way over to this side of the TV screen to play their arsenal of songs and mini-games with you.

  • Guest Announcement: Gareth West


    Gareth is an actor, model, and voice actor now based out of Los Angeles! He is known for such Anime roles as; Ittetsu Takeda in Haikyu, Seiya Takehaya in Tsurune, Kanichi Konishi in Food Wars, Haruka Shinozaki in My Girlfriend Is Shobitch, Lizard Misty in Saint Seiya, 2D in Golden Time, Akihiro Tsukaba in Chihayafuru, Tobe in My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu, and Dinkuron in Log Horizon, among many others. He is also played the role of Jason Lee Scott the Red Power Ranger in the recently released short film “Red Rising: A Power Rangers Fan Film”, now on YouTube. When not acting, or making anime voices. Gareth enjoys basically anything nerdy under the sun. So whatever it is you are into, chances are you can come up and geek out. Because there is nothing he likes more than getting enthusiastic, and making new friends!