Whose excited about Anime Expo? Well all of the crew at Blue Exorcist Podcast are!
Anime Expo 2011, held in Los Angeles from July 1-4th, was one of the most amazing conventions in AX history! With an attendance of over 127,000, AX featured a jam-packed exhibit hall, thousands of cosplayers, musical concerts, gaming, World Premiere movie screenings, all-night dance and much, much more. Anime Expo is 4(5 if you include day Zero) days of non-stop fun that gives you memories to hold on to for the rest of your life! Anime Expo will be back in L.A. in 2012, from June 29-July 2nd.
From the epic “I lost the game!!” in the hallways, to the glamorous Queen’s & King’s of AX IDOL, the fun seems to never stop! Now most people just flag AX as another con, same as the rest of them, BUT I will tell you NAY!!! The atmosphere at this con is entirely different from lets say, Anime los Angeles or Anime Conji(both are awesome cons to attend). The Glamor, the epic sword fights, and the feeling of being a star!! All of which you can feel at Anime Expo, plus your in LA!!! Where the fun never stops even if all the lights go out, because thats when you break out the Glow sticks(insert smiley face for AX Rave’s)!! Plus Anime Expo is the LONGEST anime convention in America, where you are away from nagging relatives and annoying co-workers, and surrounded by friends and bubbling faces for almost a week! So I will guarantee that this year’s AX will be better than last, because it will have your most lovable Podcast there! And yes we’ll have kuro tell you a story too! 😀 So pack your bags, get your tickets, and get your Exorcist equipment ready because the Demon’s are invading Anime Expo this year!!!
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The official website for the stage play adaptation of Kazue Katō‘s Blue Exorcist (Ao no Exorcist) manga began streaming a 79-second promotional video clip on Monday.
Live Act Ao no Exorcist ~Mashin no Rakuin~ premiered on Friday at the Nippon Seinenkan hall in Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward, and it will run for nine performances until May 17. Satoshi Owada (Inazuma Eleven stage play, Nintama Rantaro stage play) is directing and writing scripts for the play.
The television anime adaptation of the supernatural manga ended last September, and an anime film directed by Atsushi Takahashi (Rideback) will open in theaters throughout Japan this winter.
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The New York Times newspaper listed the manga bestsellers in the United States for the week ending on April 14. Not all of the works are produced in Japan.
Anime Expo, North America’s largest anime, manga and Japanese pop culture celebration, announces popular voice actor Steve Blum as an Official Guest of Honor. One of anime’s most prolific voice actors, Blum will participate in a meet-and-greet, autograph signing and focus panel at Anime Expo when it returns to the LA Convention Center from June 29 – July 2, 2012,
With literally hundreds of credits to his name, Steve Blum is well known as the voice of “Spike Spiegel” from “Cowboy Bebop,” “Wolverine” from several incarnations of X-Men (animated movies, games, the Wolverine and the X-Men TV Series, The Super Hero Squad Show and X-Men Anime) and “Orochimaru,” “Zabuza,” and others from “Naruto” — to name a few. His has also lent his distinctive deep voice to 7-11 television and radio ads, dozens of Digimon and a gigantic list of other characters from anime, video games, TV and film. Currently fans can catch him on the new super-charged CGI series “Transformers: Prime,” playing the sometimes delusional but always deadly Decepticon “Starscream”, as “Heatwave” on the brand new kid-friendly, “Transformers: Rescue Bots!” and joining the cast of “Avatar: The Legend of Korra” as the evil “Amon.”
Since this has come to our attention we decided to let our fans know and ask all of you if you would be interested in having us interview Steve Blum? I know he hasn’t done anything for Blue Exorcist, but do try and cater to other shows as well.