It has been announced that Jamie Marchi and Brittney Karbowski will be guests at SacAnime Summer 2018.
SacAnime Summer 2018 is a long time away but the guest list keeps growing and two more stars have been added. It has been announced that Jamie Marchi and Brittney Karbowski will be guests.
Jamie Marchi is a voice actress who is best known for her role as Mikako Satsukitane in Heaven’s Lost Property (for which she won a BTVA award), Miss. Valentine in One Piece, Anka Rheinberger in Attack on Titan, and Mt. Lady in My Hero Academia. She is also well known as an ADR director who has worked on several shows such as Negima! and Jyu Oh Sei.
Brittney Karbowski is a voice actress who is best known for her role as Black Star from Soul Eater, Migi from Parasyte, and Ikaros from Heaven’s Lost Property. Her other major roles are Selim Bradley from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Aoba Tsuzaki in Jinki: Extend, and Wendy Marvell in Fairy Tail.
They will be joining actor Derek Stephen Prince, Caitlin Glass from Fullmetal Alchemist, Quinton Flynn from Kingdom Hearts and Metal Gear Solid along with voice acting couple Richard Epcar and Ellyn Stern, more guests will be unveiled in the months leading up to SacAnime Summer 2018. Details about cosplay gatherings, special events and deadlines will also be announced in the coming months.
At the moment its unclear if Jason Douglas and Brittney Karbowski will share a Parasyte panel or if there will be Heaven’s Lost Property reunion. This question will be answered when the official panel list is unveiled.
SacAnime Summer 2018 will be held at the Sacramento Convention Center during the weekend of August 31st until September 1st. Pre-regestration has already begun while the Sheraton Grand Sacramento is also taking hotel reservations.
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