Interview: Yuu Asakawa | Taiyou Con 2016

Geek News Network interviews Yuu Asakawa at Taiyou Con 2016. Yuu Asakawa is a voice actress most known for Crypton Future Media’s Vocaloid, Megurine Luka. She has also played the part of numerous anime characters from Akame ga Kil, Love Hina and much more. She discusses her experience at Taiyou and finding new ways to contribute to the community. Director of Filmography: Chris Campbell Reporter: Jory Blaine Camera Operator: Paul Ling Video Edit: Paul Ling

LouisiANIME Exceeds All Expectations!

Louisiana and New York are as different as night and day. Relocating to Lafayette, Louisiana has been like moving to a different country. The food is different, the language is different, even the smells and the feel of the air is different. The culture shock of attending New York's finest events to hearing about crawfish boil was enough to send me packing within the first month. But when I stepped into LouisiANIME this weekend, it

Attack on Saboten Con ’13

What can I say about Saboten Con, I’ve gone all six years, I’ve watched it grow from a rather small con to the biggest anime convention in Arizona. It has sentimental meaning to me, like going back home and seeing friends that you left behind. In its six years, Sabo has changed its venue from Mesa, to the Pointe in Phoenix, and now the Renaissance in Glendale. I have to say, I rather enjoyed the

Toni Darling interviews Vic Mignogna at Phoenix Comicon ’13

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxICu4hoNF4] Geek News Network and The Weekly Bleed team up to bring you an interview with Vic Mignogna and Toni Darling at Phoenix Comicon '13!! Toni chats with Vic about his music, voice acting, and his passion project "Star Trek: Continues" which premiered its first episode at Phoenix Comicon '13. Find out more information on Vic here: http://www.vicsworld.net/   Follow The Weekly Bleed: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheWeeklyBleed Follow Geek News Network all over the interwebs: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/geeknewsnetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/wearegnn iTunes: http://bit.ly/120TIOD Google+: http://tinyurl.com/d8rdjvk YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/gnnaz Instagram: http://instagram.com/wearegnn Tumblr: http://geeknewsnetwork.tumblr.com/ Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geeknewsnetwork/ FourSquare: https://foursquare.com/gnnofaz Pinterest:

New Anime Convention “Sabaku Con” to Arrive in Albuquerque

Albuquerque, NM - Sabaku Con is a new anime convention to take place in Albuquerque and we want to celebrate our first year by announcing a few guests! Scheduled to appear are voice actors Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Troy Baker, and Warky T. Chocobo. Additionally, our cosplay guest is Electric Lady. Sabaku Con will be held on April 12-14 at the Crowne Plaza Albuquerque in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our first guest for Sabaku Con 2013 is Mary

Taiyou Con 2013!!

Taiyou Con is a three-day anime based convention that will be in Mesa Arizona from January 4th through January 6th. It’s being held at the lovely Mesa Hilton, which will comfortably accommodate con-goers for the busy weekend. The convention was lucky enough to get a wonderful assortment of guests. These guests will be a wide array of voice acting talent and cosplayers. Lauren Landa who is most noted for her voice acting talent as Litchi

Saboten Con 2012 Interview: Richard Epcar & Ellyn Stern

Glendale, AZ - Geek News Network had the pleasure of interviewing two esteemed guests of Saboten Con 2012, Richard Epcar and Ellyn Stern. A little about Richard Epcar, he is an American actor, voice actor and director who has voiced over 300 characters in games, cartoon and anime. He is the husband of voice actress Ellyn Stern, with whom he owns and operates Epcar Entertainment, Inc., a voiceover production service company based in Los Angeles, California. Ellyn Stern is a

Phil LaMarr Q&A at Saboten Con 2012!!

During Saboten Con, I had the opportunity to attend one of Phil LaMarr’s Question & Answer panels. There were many great questions throughout the panel. Some of the questions were as follows:   Q: How do you know when you’ve done a good job in a role? A:  I want to be able to say “I can’t wait for people to see this!” When this is accomplished, I know that I’ve done a good job in that role.   Q: What

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