Eric Vale has spent over 17 successful years in the entertainment business as an actor, writer, producer, and director. Known around the world for his voice work on hit TV shows like Dragon Ball Z as Trunks, One Piece as Sanji, and Fullmetal Alchemist as Kimblee, he was also voice director for the hugely successful Gearbox video game Borderlands 2 and, most recently, ADR director for the feature film Daylight’s End.
In addition to his voice acting, Eric also spent nearly ten years as a head writer for Funimation adapting over fifty anime programs such as One Piece, Witchblade, Dragon Ball Z and GT, Desert Punk, Ouran High School Host Club, and Blue Gender. In addition to scripting anime, Eric has also written multiple original screenplays including the feature film Chariot, which Vale also produced to a successful release last year. Much of his current efforts are being poured into the pre-production of his new feature film, Purity.
Want to know more about Eric and what he’s involved with these days? Then follow his every move like a stalker on twitter (@ericvale) or check out his official website at
Savannah Mega Comic Con is so Excited to Announce Yet Another awesome guest that will be at SMCC 2018
Monica Rial is best known as Bulma from Dragon Ball Z Kai, Dragon Ball Super, and the recent movies. She has been working in the anime industry for almost 20 years and she is currently listed as the most prolific anime voice actor in the USA. She has lent her voice to over 450 anime including: Black Butler, Deadman Wonderland, Fairy Tail, Fullmetal Alchemist, Hello Kitty, Hetalia, Michiko & Hatchin, My Hero Academia, One Piece, Ouran High School Host Club, Panty and Stocking, Soul Eater, Yuri!!! on Ice, and many more. She voiced Jubilee on Aqua Teen Hunger Force and has also appeared in several video games including Ms.’Splosion Man, Blazing Souls Accelate, Monster Tale, Tribes Ascend, Comic Jumper, Gunstringer, Smite, Borderlands 2, Dungeon Boss, Orcs Must Die!, and the Borderlands Pre-Sequel. Be sure to come by and say hello!
the Society for Creative Anachronism, The Shire of Forth Castle
You have come to the right place. The SCA is a group of people who are interested in researching and recreating aspects of pre-17th century Europe. We share and encourage your scholarly pursuits and research to recreate the arts, sciences and culture from the past: Armour, Brewing, Cooking, Dance, Crafts, Clothes and more!
We hold regular activities throughout the month, such as fighter practices, business meetings, social gatherings, and classes/workshops. Most importantly, everyone is welcome to participate! Be sure to visit our Calendar to see our latest activities. Contact the Chatelaine (New Member Contact) for additional information.
We also hold a business meeting each month – all are welcome to attend the business meetings as well.
DEAD CITY CLOWNS
Yardley has been greatly interested in comics for most of his life, as well as the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. In fact, the reason why he professionally spells his name with an “!” at the end is a tribute to Scott Shaw who spells his own name the same way, and he was one of the first artists whom worked on Archie Comics’ Sonic the Hedgehog.
He mostly works with Ian Flynn on the Sonic the Hedgehog series, sometimes himself writing script for the series. He has even inked and occasionally colored a few issues.
One of Yardley’s first known, original comics was a series known as Nate and Steve, on which he worked with three of his friends.
special cos-play guest
501st Legion in the Coastal Empire
To Promote Interest in Star Wars
While a growing number of people are experiencing a reawakening of their Star Wars fandom, new generations are seeking ways to celebrate their passion for George Lucas’s modern mythology. The 501st Legion brings these fans together, reinforcing the enduring longevity of the Star Warssaga.
To Facilitate the Use of Costumes
Some fans are content to collect action figures…other fans want to be action figures. Nothing professes your passion quite like building your own detailed costume replica of a classic Star Wars villain, and there’s nothing quite like the feeling that comes from bringing the characters ofStar Wars into the real world and sharing the magic with others.
While our organization was founded to simply provide a collective identity for costuming fans with similar interests, the 501st is proud to put its resources to good use through fundraising, charity work, and volunteerism. Read more about our charity work
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