Aside from admiring the characters from various Japanese animated TV series and movies, fans also appreciate the great efforts of those who voice and bring these characters to life. These are none other than the voice actors or [i]seiyuu[/i] in Japanese.
Sometimes even good things come to an end. In her recent blog post, Momoko Oohara revealed that she will be resigning from her position in Mausu Promotion and end her career as a voice actress. She is known for voicing supporting characters in Minami-ke and Mitsudomoe. She also provided the voice for Kakeru Ryugasaki (protagonist in the Cross Fight B-Daman series).
Oohara’s reason for quitting is because of her great interest for other working careers. She will be deleting her blog and personal Twitter account following her resignation in the industry.
Cosplay Mistakes to Avoid – Part 1 Jan 17, 9amWe are back again with another round-up of these kinds of guides to help beginner con attendees and cosplayers on their first convention. As observed, there are some cosplayers who make mistakes during the event.
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