FunimationCon is happening this weekend and a few more panels have been announced. In addition to the My Hero Academia Game Show panel announced, there will also be a My Hero Academia Voice Actor Q&A Panel. This panel will be hosted by Jacki Jing and feature David Matranga (Todoroki), Luci Christian (Ochaco), Justin Cook (Kirishima), Josh Grelle (Tokoyami), Patrick Seitz (Endeavor), Zeno Robinson (Hawks), Anairis Quinones (Mirko), Christopher Wehkamp (Aizawa), and Emily Neves (Eri).
Another new panel is Human Lost: Revisit Film with the Japanese Voices and Producers. Fans will be able to see Mamoru Miyano and Kana Hanazawa and provide feedback! The Japanese voice actors of Human Lost will be talking about their experiences. While the producers take feedback from fans.
Have you ever wanted to provide feedback to Japanese creators? This is your chance! The producers of Human Lost want your opinions while the Japanese voice actors talk about their experiences from Human Lost. You will have the chance to see Mamoru Miyano and Kana Hanazawa, only at this event!
The third panel will focus on Dragon Ball Super and feature Masako Nozawa, the Japanese voice actress for Goku! Toei Animation Presents Dragon Ball Super Interview Featuring Voice Actress Masako Nozawa will allow fans to hear Nozawa talk about her career in voice acting including being one of the most iconic anime roles ever.
Toei Animation presents an exclusive English-language interview with Nozawa-san, the Japanese voice actress for Dragon Ball’s protagonist Goku. Don’t miss this special opportunity to hear from her as she answers questions about her career and what it’s like to voice many of the most iconic roles in the world. The discussion is recorded from Japan with English subtitles.
The final panel announced in this batch is So You Want To Be a Voice Actor? With Charles Solomon. Solomon is a journalist and anime lover who will be hosting a panel of voice actors as they talk about their careers. The panelists include Kara Edwards, Monica Rial, Chris Wehkamp, and Sonny Strait.
FunimationCon will run from July 3-4 and is completely free. Simply head on over to the official site to register.