Terri Doty: Since her (un)forgettable debut as Woman A in Season 2 of Tsubasa: The RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Terri Doty has lent her voice to a multitude of characters, like, Moriko Morioka in Recovery of an MMO Junkie, Kyouko Machi in Interviews with Monster Girls, Ienaga Kano in Golden Kamuy, Shiggy in Made In Abyss, Kirara Hazama in Assassination Classroom, Yuko Tachikawa in Parasyte, Virgo in Fairy Tail, Fukuda in Girls und Panzer der Film, Sophie Randle in Code Geass: Akito the Exiled, Chutaro Kumo in Laughing Under The Clouds, Alice Kiriki in Ōkami-san & Her Seven Companions, Fem! Germany in Hetalia: The Beautiful World, Margaret Connor in Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic, High Elf Lian in Paladins, Kate Preston in Wasteland 2, and Rachel Alexi in Backstage Pass, just name a few.
Terri teamed up with J. Michael Tatum and Stephen Hoff in early 2010 to start That Anime Show, a show that rarely talks about anime among randomness. Listeners are given an... interesting look into their unpredictable and often hilarious, lives. NSFW! Hours of mayhem are available through iTunes and ThatAnimeShow.com.
Her science-fiction novel One of Few is available in paperback and Kindle via Amazon with the audiobook currently in post-production.
Keep up with Terri via Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr (@TeeDotally) & FB (The Terri Doty Appreciation Society). And you can always visit TerriDoty.com for more information!
Mahou Bunny is a local kawaii odottemita idol from San Antonio TX. She is a performer and also a cosplayer and jfashion enthusiast.
Chinatsu Oku is part of the Japan Outreach Initiative (JOI) Program at UTSA, sponsored by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) and The Laurasian Institution (TLI). The Japan Outreach aims to promote awareness and understanding of Japan in regions of the United States that have relatively few Japan-related experiences. The program is also intended to provide opportunities for cultural exchange. As a part of the JOI program, Chinatsu informs people on Japanese culture as well as upon Japan itself. She promotes Japan and Japanese culture by teaching calligraphy classes and Japanese cooking classes. She raises Japanese cultural awareness by conducting outreach activities in the San Antonio community.