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Vic Mignogna, an American actor and musician, is best known for his voice-over work on the English dubs for Japanese anime shows. His most famous role was that of Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist. He won the American Anime Award in 2007 for Best Actor. Broly from Dragon Ball films, Tamaki suoh in Ouran High School Host Club and Fai D.Flowright in Tsubasa, Reservoir Chronicle, Dark, D.N.Angel and Kurz Weber in Full Metal Panic! are some other notable anime roles. Zero and Ichiru Kyu in Vampire Knight, Zero in Digimon Fusion, Nagato Ochiha in Naruto Shippuden. Bleach, Bleach, Ikkaku Madarame, and Matt Ishida are all other notable roles. He is the voice of E123 Omega in Sonic the Hedgehog and Junpei from Persona 3. He has been a part of several Star Trek fan productions including Star Trek Continues in which he plays Captain Kirk.
Danny Tamberelli & Micheal Maronna
Savannah Mega Comic Con is thrilled to announce the 90’s legend duo Danny Tamberelli & Micheal Marsonna from Nickelodeon Adventures of Pete & Pete
Eric Vale spent 17 years in the entertainment industry as an actor, writer and producer. He is well-known for his voice work in hit TV shows such as Dragon Ball Z as Trunks and One Piece as Sanji and Fullmetal Alchemist and Kimblee. He was also the voice director for the Gearbox video game Borderlands 2 as well as ADR director for Daylight’s End.
Eric spent almost ten years as the head writer at Funimation, adapting more than fifty anime programs, including One Piece, Witchblade and Dragon Ball Z and GT. He also voiced over many other characters, such as Desert Punk and Ouran High School Host Club. Eric is an anime scriptwriter and has written screenplays for several films, including Chariot, which Vale produced to a very successful release last year. His current efforts are focused on the pre-production for his new feature film, Purity.
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John Anderson, a comedian, actor and comedian from Birmingham, Alabama, is a professional Trick Talking Meat. His first major movie role was as a Ravager, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. John appeared in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Logan Lucky. A number of movies and TV shows will premiere this year. He also appeared in Make-up Artist Magazine, where he displayed his alien movie makeup as a Hurctarian Ravager.
Oprah Winfrey gave John his first speaking role in the production of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. He is one of the 10 Ravagers in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. James Gunn personally selected 2 people to attend the Comic-Con surprise celebration. CONtv filmed the event and it is currently airing. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. also featured art that depicted John as a Ravager. 2: The Art of the Movie.
John was a cosplayer in Birmingham and this ignited his interest. He can often be seen volunteering at such charity events as Batman, The Joker and Green Arrow. In a 1997 interview with CNN, he called himself “Trick Talking Meat”. This was a term Carrie Fisher coined. She explained in the interview that cast members had shirts with “Trick Talking Meat”, as that was how George Lucas treated them when they were on Empire Strikes Back.
Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club
Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club’s mission is stated in its charter as:
Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club (STAR WARS) is an international costuming club that celebrates the STAR WARS universe. It creates, displays, and wears quality costume costumes that reflect the Mandalorian culture and characters from the STAR WARS ™. sagas.
The MMCC brings together people who share a love of STAR WARS(tm), Mandalorian culture/characters, and encourages self-improvement, family involvement, and fellowship among peers.
The MMCC encourages Star Wars(tm), and facilitates the use these costumes for STAR WARS ™-related events. It also contributes to the local community through costumed charity work and volunteer work.
MMCC is unique in that it encourages its members to embrace creativity, individualism, and not to conform to a costume organization based only on visual accuracy of the STAR WARS(tm), films and canon reference material. The MMCC is an inclusive club that encourages friendship and inclusion. It follows the Mandalorian tradition of “Clans”, or family units, and a clan’s ability to adopt anyone who wants to become a Mandalorian.
Lucasfilm LTD. has designated Mandalorian-Mercs Costuming club as “The Elite Mandalorian Costuming Organization”. They set the standard for Mandalorian costuming, based on canon films (Boba and Jango Fett), Expanded Universe and “Legends”, and also video/board games references. Mandalorian Costume Requirement List (CRL) allows official members to be extremely creative with Mandalorian costumes. However, there is a minimum visual quality and visual standard that must be met. Mandalorian-Mercs Costume Club members are encouraged to constantly improve their costumes to the highest standards.
Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club lives up its title of “The Elite Mandalorian Costuming Organization”, by encouraging the love of STARWARS(tm), the creation of high quality costumes, and the spirit of volunteerism.