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Otakon Announces Toshio Furukawa, Shino Kakinuma, Katsuyuki Sumizawa, and Hideyuki Tomioka as Guests

Otakon has announced that voice actors Toshio Furukawa and Shino Kakinuma. The staff also announced that this year’s event will host scriptwriter and novelist Katsuyuki Sumizawa and Sunrise senior managing director Hideyuki Tomioka will be guests at their upcoming convention. 210 more words

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Director Ei Aoki to Be Guest at Otakon 2017

Animation director Ei Aoki, whose work has been critically acclaimed, will be a guest at Otakon 2017.

Since his directorial debut in 2004, Aoki has worked on many critically acclaimed titles such as “GA-REI-ZERO,” The Garden of Sinners,” and “FATE/Zero.” In 2013 he became a founding member of studio TROYCA and directed his first original anime series, “ALDNOAH.ZERO.” 60 more words

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Otakon Announces Ei Aoki as Guest

Otakon has announced that anime director Ei Aoki will be a guest at their upcoming convention.

Aoki debuted as a director in 2004, and has since directed anime such as… 49 more words

Anime

Otakon Welcomes Back Masao Maruyama

Japanese film producer, animation developer and co-founder of madhouse animation studio, Masao Maruyama, will be a guest at Otakon 2017. Maruyama has also been an honorary Otakon staff member for many years. 120 more words

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Otakon Announces Masao Maruyama and Hidenori Matsubara as Guests

Otakon has announced that Masao Maruyama and Hidenori Matsubara will be guests at their upcoming convention. As part of their appearance, the convention will be hosting a screening of the… 206 more words

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Otakon Announces Sandy Fox as Guest

Otakon has announced that voice actor Sandy Fox will be a guest at their next convention.

Fox’s credits include Haruna in Durrarara!x2, Tachikoma in… 80 more words

Anime

Jamie McGonnigal to Be Guest at Otakon 2017

Voice actor Jamie McGonnigal, who plays Ash’s rivals, Barry and Trip, in “Pokémon,” will be a guest at Otakon 2017.

McGonnigal has been a voice actor for nearly 20 years, and in addition to “Pokémon,” he can also be heard on “Yu-Gi-Oh! 217 more words

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