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Vic has been acting for stage and screen since he was 8 years old. But he started his career in anime a little over ten years ago as Vega in Streetfighter II. Since then Vic has been in more than a hundred and fifty shows and video games, known for such roles as Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Tamaki Suou in Ouran High School Host Club, Fai in Tsubasa Chronicle, Dark in DN Angel, Kurz in Full Metal Panic, Broly in Dragonball Z, Kougaijji in Saiyuki, Ikkaku in Bleach, Yukito in Air, Takanaga in Wallflower, Tatsu in Peacemaker, Luciano in Code Geass, Virgil Walsh in Trinity Blood, Hikaru in Macross and many more.
Currently Vic is playing Zero in Vampire Knight, and Yoshimori in Adult Swim's Kekkaishi. He is also back in the role of Edward for Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, playing Death Scythe in Soul Eater, as well as Naruto, Bleach and several others. Vic has also voiced roles in a large number of video games including Soul Calibur, Disgaea, Persona III, Sonic Colours, Project Sylpheed, DBZ, Bleach, FMA and more. But even longer than his voice acting, Vic has been a professional music composer / singer / producer who has written and produced hundreds of songs for TV, radio and CD. He sings the themes for shows like One Piece & DBGT, and has produced several CDs of his own original music, all available on iTunes. And finally, in addition to anime and music, Vic has a degree in film and is deeply involved in the popular web Star Trek web series like “Star Trek Phase II” and “Starship Farragut” as an actor and director. Vic works regularly writing, producing and directing video and film productions of all kinds.
Vancouver-born and raised, Brad began acting in elementary school and, once in high school, had his first audition for an animated series. This first voice acting gig took the form of a pony named "Ace" in My Little Pony Tales and soon afterwards, he landed his first anime role as "Mousse" in Ranma 1/2. Some of his more notable characters include Amuro, Quatre, Dearka and Auel (on their respective Gundam series'), Gohan (from Dragon Ball Z), Kicker (Transformers: Energon) and Lan (Megaman: NT Warrior). As well as voicing the role of "Nightcrawler" in X-men Evolution, Brad has worked on several anime series' including Inu-Yasha, Hikaru No Go, Hamtaro, Maison Ikkoku, Infinite Ryvius, Tokyo Underground, Soul Taker, Project Arms, Boys Over Flowers, Kimba the White Lion, Shakugan No Shana, Dokkoida, Saber Marionette J, Video Girl Ai, Arjuna, Zoids and Dragon Drive. Along with voice acting, Brad continues to work professionally as a Graphic Designer/Illustrator and, when not at the hockey rink or on the baseball field, enjoys playing drums and guitar (often while doodling in his sketchbook).
More recently, Brad can be heard as "Light" in Death Note (and the live-action Death Note films), "Rock" in Black Lagoon, "Ryuki" in The Story of Saiunkoku and "Setsuna F. Seiei " in his most recent mecha project, Gundam 00. One of his latest video game appearances rears its giant, creepy head as the deranged mascot "Slappy" in Capcom's Dead Rising 2 and with the new release of Dynasy Warriors: Gundam 3, you can watch Brad in conversation with "himself" as both Setsuna and Amuro. Brad looks forward to discussing his current and recently completed voice projects (but must wait until they've been officially announced...sorry).
Chrisotpher Robin Miller
Christopher Robin Miller is a Voice Over actor with more than a dozen animated film projects and over 3000 radio and television commercials under his belt. His English dubbing work as the voices of Professor Layton, Inspector Chelmey and Don Paolo in the Professor Layton series of games for Nintendo is his first foray into anime. He recently reprised all three roles in the film 'Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva' and has just finished the fourth game 'Professor Layton and the Last Specter'. Some of his On-Camera acting work in film, television and stage can be seen on Disney Channel, CBS and with ComedySportz Improv.
He is also a freelance copywriter, producer and director for radio and on-camera advertising with top advertising agencies, Fortune 500 Companies and production companies providing creative irection for dozens of regional and national campaigns across the United States.
Christopher also works as a voice/dialogue director with TANDEM ANIMATION Studios.
When not working in advertising and film, Christopher teaches Voice Over, Scene Study and Improvisation at the collegiate and professional levels. Last year was his first experience at YOUMACON and he is excited to return this year and hug everyone for just a little too long.
A voice actress and ADR director, best known for the role of Winry Rockbell in Fullmetal Alchemist, Caitlin has been working in the anime industry since 2004. Most recently Caitlin has played Hanna Annafellows in Black Butler II, Eila in Strike Witches, Kyoko in Initial D: 4th Stage (FUNimation), Mawari in My Bride is a Mermaid, and Maya Ibuki in Neon Genesis Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone and 2.0 You May (Not) Advance. Other well known roles include: Chachamaru & Chisame/Chiu in Negima, Deneve in Claymore, Dhianeila in Heroic Age, Kaori in Kanon, Hiyono in Spiral, LaLa in D.Gray Man, Miria in Baccano, Miss Anderson in Shin-chan, Nerine in Shuffle!, Saya in Black Cat, Sumomo in Sergeant Frog, Triela in Gunslinger Girl, Vivi in One Piece (FUNimation), and Yakumo in School Rumble. Caitlin can also be heard in BECK, Darker Than Black, Dragonaut: The Resonance, Hell Girl, Kaze no Stigma, Kenichi, Mushi-shi, Nabari no O, Ragnarok, Solty Rei, StrAIn, Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Welcome to the NHK, and Witchblade, among many others. She has also voiced characters in such video games as Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter X Tekken as Cammy, Final Fantasy: The Crystal Bearers as Amitadatelion, and Infinite Undiscovery as Aya.
In 2008, Caitlin directed the widely popular fan-favorite, Ouran High School Host Club, as well as playing Haruhi Fujioka. Other directing credits include Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Gunslinger Girl- Il Teatrino, Linebarrels of Iron, Murder Princess, Suzuka and FUNimation’s One Piece.
It just wouldn’t be Youmacon without Caitlin- this is her 7th year attending! You can follow her on her Facebook page, Caitlin Glass Voice Actor.
Jon St. John is an American voice actor who started his career as a top 40radio DJ in North Carolina at the age of 14.Because of his vocal ability and technical skills he was hired as either the creative services director, or morning show host for radio stations across America in cities such as Birmingham,New Orleans, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
Now primarily a voice actor, Jon provides voices for theme park attractions, countless commercials and infomercial projects, and many video game titles including World of Warcraft, Half-Life: Opposing Force, Sonic Adventure, Conduit 2, Heroes of Newerth, The Die Hard Trilogy, Call of Cthulu, and DotA.
Jon is also the lead character in the newly released “Rochard”, but he is best known as the voice of the famous first-person shooter - DUKE NUKEM.
Jon is also a lead singer and keyboardist in a popular Southern California cover band known as Uncle Boogie.
A regular honored guest at conventions from coast to coast, Jon says he’s thrilled to have a job that he loves…and having worldwide fans doesn’t suck, either!
Most recognized as the voice of Krillin on the wildly popular, animated TV show Dragonball Z and as an illustrator for, arguably, the most famous, independently published comic book series Elfquest. Sonny Strait has over 20 years of experience in the arts.
As a voice actor, Sonny is considered to be one of the most recognized voice actors in the business. Besides Dragonball Z’s Krillin he has worked on many popular animated characters including Maes Hughes from Full Metal Alchemist, Usopp from One Piece and Cartoon Network’s laid back, robot host Toonami Tom. He has also worked as a writer and director on several TV series including Dragonball Z, Case Closed and Lupin the Third.
As a comic book artist he has 17 published works to date including his débuted self-published series Mr. Average featured in The Comics Journal and Elfquest which was published by both WARP Graphics and DC Comics. Sonny is considered one of the top Elfquest artists from its over 30 year history.
In 2007 Sonny wrote and illustrated a graphic novel about a reluctant punk rock, faerie princess named Goat. The book, called We Shadows, was published by Tokyopop and was nominated by The American Library Association for Best Graphic Novel in 2008. The book received glowing reviews in many trade magazines including Publishers Weekly, Newtype, Play and Anime Insider.
Currently Sonny is reprising his roles in both the new Dragonball Z and Full Metal Alchemist series and plays the title role in the Xbox game S’plosion Man. Last year Sonny bought a keyboard and joined the award winning Chin's Mojo (and indy-rock band with Asian influence). In 2011 they released their critically acclaimed debut album "The Mighty Chin's Mojo."
Tom Wayland is proud to have made a long and successful career out of his most favorite things - acting, directing, and making raucous, loud rock and roll music. Tom has produced and/or directed hundreds of anime programs such as “Now & Then, Here & There”, “Revolutionary Girl Utena”, "Alien Nine", "The World of Narue", "Ichi the Killer", "Mew Mew Power", "Magical Do Re Mi", “GI Joe”, and currently serves as the voice director on the hit series “Pokemon”. Tom is also a very busy voice actor having appeared in hundreds of titles currently airing on Cartoon Network, Fox, WB, Nickelodeon or available on DVD including “Yugi-oh 5Ds” as Crow, Lester, and Nervin, "GI Joe" as Stormshadow, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" as Jammerhead, “Pokemon” as Flint, Reggie, Arceus, and numerous creatures, “Ikki Tousen” as Kakuton, “Three Delivery”, “Yugi-oh GX”, “Chaotic”, "One Piece", “Mew Mew Power”, "Knight Hunters", “Genshiken”, “Gokusen”, and keep an ear out for his latest work as one of the lead characters - Finn in “Tai-Chi Chasers”. Tom’s work can also be seen or heard on various commercials, feature films, and audiobook projects including narrating Heavy Metal legend Dave Mustaine’s autobiography – “Mustaine: a Heavy Metal Memoir”, and Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow’s autobiography “Through My Eyes”. Most recently Tom is proud to say that he’s cornered the Indian animation market as the go-to slacker/stoner character and is also conquering the world of ESL teaching the masses how to be talking some good English.
Raised on generous helpings of Disney magic and video games, voice actor Tia Ballard is a bubbly blonde goofball. A small-town Southern belle by heart, she is spreading her wings in the big city! Yee-haw! She made her FUNimation Entertainment debut in February 2009 after working for The Walt Disney Company, where she won several awards for Best Guest Interaction and Most Pixie Dust in the Magic Kingdom.
Tia is known for playing Happy the Cat in the recently announced Fairy Tail, Kana Jinnouchi in the award-winning film Summer Wars, Shao May in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Mizore inRosario + Vampire, Onui in Oh! Edo Rocket, Rin Ogata in Rideback, Rachel Calvin in Linebarrels of Iron, Nozomi in Shikabane Hime, Melody Honey in Sgt. Frog, and Ruon Kamiyama in Rin. She has also been in One Piece, Strike Witches, Big Windup!, Blassreiter, D. Gray-man, Nabari no O, Casshern Sins, Eden of the East, Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple, and several other titles.
You can also hear Miss Tia on the radio and several video games, including Nintendo-released Monster Tale where she plays Princess Priscella, along with the role of the Villainous Giggly Manga Girls in the Xbox 360 game Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley.
A lifelong Nintendo fan, lately Tia has donned a crown, taking on the role of Princess Peach Toadstool at an entertainment venue in Dallas, Texas. She has also hitched up her overalls and set to work on a comic series based on Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. called Koopasta, which she directs, story-boards, writes, and co-created.
Tia is known for her charming disposition, good humor, and friendliness. Ask her for a hug or a high-pitched squealy giggle and she will happily oblige.
Josh discovered his passion for performing as a child. The venue: a tabletop at a random restaurant. Although he did not yet realize it, that fateful day would set off a series of events that would culminate in his becoming a number of superheroes (and some weird, creepy villains).
Josh began his career at only three years old in an ad for Osh Kosh B'Gosh; he got the job while tagging along at his sister’s audition (and she’s never let him forget it). His credits include Boston Public, ER, Will and Grace, Bones, the Disney Channel’s The Even Steven's Movie, and the Jerry Bruckheimer drama Skin, as well as roles in several independent films.
His career in voice acting began early in his life, with lead roles in Peter Pan and the Pirates, and Back to the Future: The Animated Series, but really began to take off with his performance as Young Hercules in the Disney animated film Hercules. More recently he has voiced several iconic Comic Book heroes, most notably: The Flash, Aquaman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths), and Peter Parker in the critically acclaimed Spectacular Spider-Man. He can currently be heard on Transformers: Prime, Nickelodeon’s Winx Club, and will be voicing Hal Jordan in Bruce Timm’s Green Lantern: The Animated Series coming to Cartoon Network on 11-11-11.
An avid gamer (he plays them for “research”), Josh has been very enthused to voice roles in many popular video game titles such as Ocelot in Metal Gear Solid 3, Prince Valerian Mengsk in StarCraft II, the psychotic Destroyman in No More Heroes, and most recently, reprising his role of Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Edge of Time.
Josh will soon be fighting off hoards of zombies as the survivor Bryan in the upcoming Random Gibberish Zombie project: “And Then The Zombies Came…A Musical Apocalypse”.
Lemon Demon is a band -- a group of musicians, a strap of fabric, and a range of radio frequencies -- from Boston, Massachusetts. Lemon Demon will band you. You are gonna get band by Lemon Demon. The band comprises of writer/singer/keyboarder Neil Cicierega, bass-guitar-controller Alora Lanzillotta, guitar-guitar-controller Charles "Chooch" Sergio, and an actual drumset named Greg Lanzillotta.
Lemon Demon's songs range from humorous to not humorous but always a combination of two or more of the following adjectives: Catchy, Rocking, Beautiful. Previous hits include "The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate >Destiny" (as featured in the last Flash Animation to ever become viral), "Geeks In Love", "Brodyquest", and several other songs you may have heard on the Internet. When not on the Internet, Lemon Demon likes to bring musical performances of music to audiences such as Youmacon.
Youmacon first asked Lemon Demon to perform at Youmacon in 2007. Lemon >Demon has played at every Youmacon since, and according to a crystal ball, every Youmacon until the end of time (which is sooner than you think.)
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The Potter Puppet Pals
The Potter Puppet Pals are a group of six puppets who perform Harry
Potter themed skits and songs. These talented puppets risk their lives
every day to craft the very best in puppet entertainment. Best known for their YouTube sensation "The Mysterious Ticking Noise," (which actually somehow has over 100,000,000 hits) the Potter Puppet Pals are excited to bring their magical madness to Youmacon's Harry Potter fans.
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In 2005, the members of a basement dwelling high school melodic death metal band decided on a whim to record some metal covers of video game and television songs. These four kids from Boston put them on the internet and thought nothing would ever come of them. Some fellow nerds would appreciate them hopefully, and life would resume grinding along at its petty pace.
But 5 years later, Powerglove is signed to the largest independant record label in North America, ready to debut their first major release; their second full length album "Saturday Morning Apocalypse." They have a high profile management team, one of the biggest metal booking agents around, and their own lawyer. They've toured extensively with the biggest power metal bands in the world (Dragonforce, Sonata Arctica, Hammerfall) and won over audiences of thousands that had never heard of them before with their insane cartoon and video game inspired stage show and no bullshit live performance ability. Now their fanbase is growing every day and what seemed like the least likely band to find success in the modern, chaotic music industry is flourishing.
Instrumental Video Game and Cartoon Nostalgia Speed Metal: How the hell did that happen?
For the last five years, Powerglove has devoted every spare moment of their lives to creating the best video game, television and movie remixes they possibly can. Each of their 2 studio albums took over a year of 16 hour-a-day-and-no-days-off hard labor and the effort can be heard in their progressive yet catchy arrangements, original riffs that blend seemlessly into famous nostalgic melodies, and their mantra of never using their musical ability purely for show but only to enhance the quality of the song itself. Powerglove's approach has earned them a diverse fanbase, including metalheads who are in it for the headbanging glory, pure nerds who don't even listen to metal but make an exception for the criminally insane Boston quartet, and of course the super fans who fall into both categories and see the band as some kind of bizarre dream come true.
Over the years, Powerglove worked their way up the touring ladder beginning with debaucherous basement shows and house parties to touring the entire US and Canada many times over with established bands like Dragonforce, even before they had any label support or team behind them. Even now Powerglove retains a strictly DIY ethic; producing their own albums, programming their own flash games, musical utilities and websites, directing their own art (with their inhumanly skilled artist friend Dave Rapoza), and in general micromanaging every aspect of their creative output like the nerds that they are.
On September 28th, 2010, Powerglove is set to break new ground again, with the major release of their cartoon and television themed album, Saturday Morning Apocalypse. In addition to 9 tracks of catchy, instrumental heavy metal (including the Batman theme, Inspector Gadget, This is Halloween from The Nightmare before Christmas, and the soundtrack to the original Transformers movie and television show,) this time Powerglove has enlisted the aid of famed Sonata Arctica singer Tony Kakko to provide vocals on 2 additional tracks: the ubiquitous Simpsons theme song and Gotta Catch Em All, the infamous opening theme from the original Pokemon television show. Powerglove are no strangers to taking a ridiculous and silly concept and translating it into metal excellence, and they can't wait to tour across the universe again and make their audiences headbang and laugh ‘til they soil themselves at the same time once again.
Arc Impulse combines its members' eclectic musical backgrounds to create a force of orchestra and synth video game rock. If you think you've seen them before, you probably have. From 2004-2010, they played throughout the United States as the Spoony Bards, sharing billboard space with the likes of The Protomen, Steve Conte, Super 8 Bit Brothers, Peelander Z, Lemon Demon, and Video Games Live. But it was time for a change. You may have seen them before, but you haven't heard them before. Prepare for battle.
Check out Arc Impulse at http://www.arc-impulse.com
Martin "LittleKuriboh" Billany's origins have always been a mystery wrapped inside of an enigma. There are legends that this creator of such interwebs hits like "Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series", "Naruto: The Abridged Comedy Fandub Spoof Series Show", and the amazing hit webcomic "The Tongue" hails from jolly ol' British Land of the British who are very British. Other tales have involved him being Slenderman's illegitimate son forced to lure in happy go lucky anime fans for daddy Slendy to feast upon. One story even spoke of how he would be the lone Kuriboh of the Apocolypse who would bring in a new era of terror and destruction with his amazing wit.
This year Youmacon has uncovered the truth about LittleKuriboh... his origins are as shocking and repulsive as you would expect from an internet deity of this size. Sadly we cannot tell you on this page out of fear that his many minions (Kroze) will kill us before we even post it for the universe to know and see what this THING really is and what he is capable of. For now we can only give you this little hint...
We all know that chimpanzees and dolphins are very intelligent animals. But it's now time to add another surprising animal to that list: Kroze. Researchers have determined that, like humans, but unlike most other animals, Kroze can use tools and undergo complex reasoning in order to obtain food. In one study, researchers presented Kroze with meat that they would need to use a tool to get. All Kroze in this experiment figured out how to obtain the tool, and then how to use it to get meat. Amazingly, some Kroze did this on the first attempt, showing a level of reasoning more complex than even trial-and-error. That means Kroze may be even smarter than the great apes.
So next time you see a Kroze in a park, see if you can spot behavior that might tell you just what that Kroze is thinking.
Marianne very rarely stops talking, so when she realized that she could make money off of it, she immediately leapt at the chance to do so. Of course, just talking wasn't enough to get work in thevoiceover industry, so after many years in theatre (both musical and otherwise), Marianne got her first role in Fullmetal Alchemist and the Conquerer of Shamballa. Since then she has also received work as Leta, Tula and Lido in Dragon Age: Warden's fall, Yuuno Scrya in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (and Lyrical Nanoha A's), Qoo and Magna in Tweeny Witches, Kazuki in Zebraman, Anwar and Olly in Avalon code, as well as many others. She is also a classically trained singer and dabbles in on-camera work when she fits that "unique" look.
Ten years of webcomic production can drive anyone insane. But fortunately for Studio Drowtales, sanity is optional!
Yan is the author and penciler, Mary is the colourist , Rhonda the flat colorist and Lucinda provides sparkly environments for the comic. Together, along with an army of assistants, they work relentlessly to bring forth the world of Drowtales where a multitude of web comic series take place. There are interactive stories, games and fanservice, all packed (neatness is also optional) into a dark fantasy setting with a dash of manga style.
Author & Artist - “Megatokyo”
Fred Gallagher is the author and artist behind the popular and successful American manga title, Megatokyo. While strongly influenced by Japanese Manga and Anime, Fred also mixes in elements of American fan culture and other inspirations that a non-Japanese creator can bring to the medium.
Megatokyo is released directly to the web as an online webcomic that is free to read by all visitors (www.megatokyo.com
). Megatokyo’s most recent collection, Volume 6, was published by DC comics in June 2010 and Dark Horse Comics will be releasing an omnibus collection of volumes 1-3 this fall.
Noted as being "the best-selling manga series ever by an American artist" by ICV2.com in 2005 and as one of “the 30 Most Important Comics of the Decade” by Comic Book Resources in 2010, Megatokyo holds its own against many popular Japanese created titles. In 2009 a Japanese edition of Megatokyo Volume 1 was released in Japan, the first Original English Language manga title licensed by Kodansha for the Japanese market.
Fred works closely with his wife and business partner Sarah, who maintains and runs MegaGear (www.megagear.com
), the official online store for Megatokyo related merchandise. Joining them at Youmacon is their son Jack, who has already decided that he is going to grow up to be just like Largo or a L337 N1NJ4.
Michael "Mookie" Terracciano
Author & Artist - “Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire.”
Michael "Mookie" Terracciano is the author and artist of the fantasy webcomic, "Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire." Since its humble beginnings nine years ago it has received acclaim for its unique characters, addictive storylines, painful puns, awful alliteration and (gasp!) reliable update schedule. Want to know what's so interesting about a grumpy seer, his deformed girlfriend, his talking cat, his archmage mother and rock-star father? See for yourself at www.dominic-deegan.com!
Team Four Star
Team Four Star is comprised of various amateur animators and voice actors from the United Kingdom and America, hoping to break into the professional racket. Together, they produce the popular "Dragon Ball Z: The Abridged Series", where they comically redub various episodes of the anime.
Scott "KaiserNeko" Frerichs is a California-based (now in Lake Charles, LA) amateur voice actor, graphics designer, and project manager of "Dragon Ball Z: Abridged". Director, co-writer, editor for the show, and the voice behind Zarbon, Burter, Trunks, King Kai, and Gregory, he helped found the group in May 2008.
Nick "Lanipator" Landis an amateur voice actor and parody artist from Minneapolis, MN. Creator of "Yu Yu Hakusho: Abridged" and co-writer and co-star of "Dragon Ball Z: Abridged", it’s clear Nick enjoys making people laugh. Nick is also working on a review series called “Outside the Otaku” for the website ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com.
Curtis "Takahata101" Arnott is a Vancouver based voice actor/entertainer who dabbles in writing as well as cosplay. He is one of the co-creators, co-writers and voice actors of Team Four Star, as well as a voice for many other parody series. He is most notable for voicing Nappa, Bardock and Super Kami Guru, along with many others characters, in DragonBall Z Abridged as well as Dartz and Krump in YGOTAS. He has recently received his first professional gig as the Sake Sake monster in the dub of ZETTAI MUTEKI RAJIN-OH.
Corinne "Megami33" Sudberg is a New York-based amateur voice actor, parody artist and animator. She is the editor and one of the creators behind "Sailor Moon Abridged" (aka SMA). She also provides the voices of Bulma, Chiaotzu and Puar in Team Four Star's, "Dragon Ball Z: Abridged." Though she enjoys voice acting on her spare time, she has graduated from the School of Visual Arts to pursue a career in animation.
Marc “Gan Xingba” Soskin is an amateur voice actor and writer best known for “Avatar: The Abridged Series,” “Inuyasha: Episode Infinity” and for playing King Yemma, Tenshinhan, Jeice and Recoome on “Dragon Ball Z Abridged.” Isn’t that exciting? No? Well, aren’t you just a bright ray of sunshine, then?
Ben "hbi2k" Creighton is an online satirist best known as the creator of Berserk, Gantz, and Escaflowne Abridged. As part of TeamFourStar, he is the voice of Farmer with Shotgun, Bubbles, Nail, and Dr. Briefs. In his civilian identity, he serves the people of Tucson, AZ, USA as a mild-mannered library worker.
Lawrence "MasakoX" Simpson, best known for his work on DBZ Abridged, also created Naruto: The Abridged Series. He voices these characters on Dragonball Z Abridged: Goku, Gohan, Master Roshi, Dende and Dr. Birdenheim. He has also started a six part series on TGWTG.com about voice acting called MasaVox. He also plans on creating a second season of the show while lending his voice to the various Team Four Star projects.
In 2008, Lewis “Linkara” Lovhaug made a video critiquing an issue of the infamous Spider-Man “Clone Saga.” Nobody watched it. Then a few months later he was picked up by ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com and people started watching him for some reason as he made more and more video reviews of awful comic books. His show, Atop the Fourth Wall, rips apart the worst the comic book industry has produced over the last century and even a few of the good ones. But people don’t care about that – they just want to know where he got that magic gun.
To compound matters, Atop the Fourth Wall even features a storyline where an internet reviewer faces off against robots,
Lovecraftian horrors, and mad scientists, all in homage to the medium he loves. Are the special effects awful? You bet!
In addition, Linkara also has begun a retrospective on every season of Power Rangers, analyzing the themes, the action, the music, and basically everything that nobody ever wanted to think about before in relation to a show about guys in spandex and rubber hitting each other. You think it’s weird for a grown man to be obsessed with a show meant for children? Obviously you’ve never met any geeks before, have you?
You can find his videos at:
Dominion Method Gaming
Established in March of 2009, Dominion Method Gaming is a developed video gaming brand competing on a professional level. Our mission is to expand as a group in order to compete at major events nationwide and international as we make our efforts of making E-sports, competitive gaming more known into the mainstream.
Learn more about DMG at http://dominionmethodgaming.com