Bryn Apprill is best known for voicing Historia Reiss/Christa Lenz in Attach on Titan, Miku from DARLING in the FRANXX, Ritsu from Assassination Classroom, and Mimosa Vermillion from Black Clover. But, since your intrepid interviewer has not been into the super mainstream anime for several years now, I know her as Hikari Takanashi in Interviews with Monster Girls and Kaede in The Boy and the Beast. We recorded our interview at Colorado Anime Fest, 2019.
Daman Mills is best known for voicing Monaka, Narirama, and Moroko in Dragon Ball Super, Jyugo in Nanbaka, Ginshi Shirazu in Tokyo Ghoul:re, and Yakov Feltsman in Yuri!! on ICE. We interviewed him at Colorado Anime Fest 2019.
David Vincent is likely best known as Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez in Bleach, Robin in Fire Emblem: Awakening (and other appearances), and Senketsu in Kill la Kill. We talked about how he got started with acting, voice over work, voicing for video games, and what video games he is or would like to play currently.
Here is our final interview podcast from Nan Desu Kan 2016: voice actor Richard Epcar.
Another fresh new podcast for you all. Here is our interview with Prof. Alisa Freedman. Enjoy!
We have a new podcast episode for you to listen to: a roundtable interview with Johnny Yong Bosch and his band, Eyeshine. Enjoy!
New podcast episode, roundtable interview with Roland Kelts! Hope you enjoy!
Welcome to the Gameslave Podcast! This week we are presenting a panel interview with Robbie Daymond that we recorded at Nan Desu Kan 2015. In the realm of anime, Daymond is best know for voicing Mamoru Chiba (Tuxedo Mask) in Sailor Moon: Crystal.
Welcome to the Gameslave Podcast! This week, we are presenting Chris and Cari's interview with Lisa Ortiz. Ortiz has voiced a number of iconic characters including Deedlit, Lina Inverse, and Amy Rose. Ortiz talks about how she became a voice actress and about life behind the microphone. We recorded our interview with her at Nan Desu Kan 2015. Do you have a favorite Ortiz character?
Welcome to the Gameslave Podcast! This week, we present Jim's interview with Dr. Alisa Freedman. We discuss the interactions of arts, culture, and pop culture; feminism in Japan, and the future of books. Do you have any thoughts about these topics? Leave your comments below.