Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020 has announced the second batch of guests and it includes a verity of voice performers along with industry leaders.

On the guest list features those involved in The God of High School, EX-Arm, Gibiate and Noblesse. The guests will host a special online panel dedicated to their respected work during Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020.

Crunchyroll Expo 2019 Fire Force Cosplay

The Guest List

Yongje Park is a webtoon writer and artist who is best known as the creator The God of High School. It was recently adapted into a hit anime series by Crunchyroll. He had also previously worked on Ssen Nom.

Patrick Seitz is a prolific voice actor known for playing some of the most iconic characters in anime. His most iconic role are Franky in One Piece, Endeavor in My Hero Academia and Dio Brando in JoJo’s Bizzare Adventure. His other iconic roles include Ira Gamagoori in Kill La Kill and Keith Shadis in Attack on Titan.

Soma Saito is a voice actor who plays Akira Natsume in EX-Arm. He is also well known for his role as 9’α in Darling in the Fraxx, Vinegar Doppio in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, and Yamagi Gilmerton in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans.

Arthell Isom is the founder and CEO of the animation studio, D’ART Shtajio. The studio is known for titles like Sound & Fury, Tephlon Funk along with the music video for “Showchild” by The Weekend. Isom has also worked as a director, background artist, and art director on a number of shows.

Yoshikatsu Kimura is a director and screen writer known for his work on EX-Arm.

Jeho Son and Kwangsu Lee are the creators of the webtoon adaptation of Noblesse. It was recently adapted into an anime series by Crunchyroll.

Masahiko Komino is the director and character designer for Gibiate.

Tsukara Kiryu is an illustrator known for her work on the light novel adaptation of So I’m a Spider, So What?.

More to Come

They will be joining the creative talent behind Rent-A-Girlfriend, The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter, and So I’m a Spider, So What?. More guests will be announced in the coming weeks.

Virtual Crunchyroll Expo is a digital event that will take place from September 4th to September 6th. The event will feature panels and guest speakers along with interactive events and special screenings.

Crunchyroll Expo is an anime convention that showcases new attraction and highlights of the industry. To have an idea of what can be expected, checkout my coverage from the 2019 event.

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  1. I only go to anime conventions for the artist alley so I don’t see the point of these digital only events. At this point I’d rather wait till 2021 then to see another digital event. Artist Alley has always been the best part of every anime convention. No artist alley, not interested!

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