Who are you going to meet?
Special Guests are like a box of chocolates: If you squeeze them, they break. Also like a box of chocolates, having a good selection makes everything soooo much better. Which is why we've worked hard to bring you the best selection possible.
Special Guests: You want them, we got them.
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Cosplayer and photographer from Argentina but living in Spain since 2002. She started cosplaying on 2010 just only as a way to (with photography) make a tribute to the artist and creators she loves, specially on comic scene. She worked for Warner and many other brands promoting movies and comics like "Suicide Squad". She has published her cosplay photos (made by her team mate Fali Ruiz-Davila) on Amigo Comics as cover on the comic "Rogues!" and on the first issue of "Domino" of Marvel Comics with Gail Simone, besides many galleries of cosplay photography around Spain. She was also the Spanish Representative on Magic International Cosplay Masters 2017 at Monaco, one of the main guests at Made in Japan (Austria) 2018.
Born September 1, 1974, from Osaka, Japan.
After graduating from Kyoto University, he joined Kyoto Animation. Directed on “POWER STONE” for the first time and later worked on numerous animations such as “Weekly Story Land” and “Atashin'chi”. In 2006, he was selected to be the series production director of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. In 2007, He was to make his full directorial debut with “Lucky Star”. In addition to animation, he has demonstrated diverse talents such as lectures and writing in many media. In 2010, directed “Watashi no Yasashiku nai Senpai” as a live-action movie, and won the 2010 TAMA Film Award for Best New Director. He was chosen as one of the “These 100 people will change Japan!” in “DIME” magazine February 2, 2010 issue. Since the Earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tohoku on March 11, 2011, he has actively participated in reconstruction support and charity activities. In 2019, the Great East Japan Earthquake revival project “Tohoku Trilogy” was completed with “Hakubo”.
Aaron Dismuke is an American voice actor, adaptive writer and director who works primarily with Funimation Entertainment. He got his start voice acting at age 9, as Hiro Sohma in Fruits Basket, moving on to voice Alphonse Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist by age 12. Since then, he’s voiced various roles including Van Fanel in Escaflowne (2016 version), Oscar in RWBY, Reinhard in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Twelve in Terror in Residence, and Lucifer in Devil is a Part Timer. He worked as assistant director for Ninja Slayer and Fairy Tail, and director for Shomin Sample and Nanbaka. He’s part of the ADR writing teams that adapted scripts for Fairy Tail, Nanbaka, Tokyo Ghoul, and Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory. Most recently he's voicing Senku in Dr. Stone!
Sarah Wiedenheft is a voice actor who has provided her voice for a multitude of anime. Some of which include: Zeno from Dragon Ball Super, Tohru from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Charmy from Black Clover, Saiko from Tokyo Ghoul, Pony Tsunotori from My Hero Academia, Phos from Land of the Lustrous, Teresa from Tada Never Falls in Love, Non from Keijo!!!!!!!!, Aika from Shomin Sample, Shihoru from Grimgar of Fantasy and Illusions, Azusa from Orange, Takagi from Karakai Jozu No Takagi-san, Kiriha from Tsugumomo, Yuki from Interviews With Monster Girls, and Takano from Tsurezure Children. She has also lent her voice in a few games, such as: Celeste Luvendass from Huniepop, Lailani from HunieCam Studio/Huniepop 2, and Maria from Umineko.
Lawrence “MasakoX” Simpson is a voice actor and internet personality who is well known as the voice of both Goku and Gohan on the wildly popular Dragonball Z Abridged by Team Four Star. Masako is a hugely popular Youtube and vlogger as well regularly posting anime reviews and analysis. He is heavily involved in other Team Four Star projects, usually lending his voice to various other abridged series. Masako has been to nearly every Akumakon throughout the years and each year he brings laughter, smiles and joy to every attendee here. We are glad to have him again for Akumakon 2020.