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Voice Actors


Jessica Calvello
Jessica got her start in the anime dubbing industry back in 1995 (DAYUM) with ADVfilms (now Sentai Filmworks/Seraphim Digital). Some of her recent work includes Attack on Titan/Attack on Titan Junior High (Hange Zoe), Amagi Brilliant Park (Tiramy), Gatchaman Crowds/Gatchaman Crowds Insight (Hajime), Infinite Stratos 2 (Tatenashi), Girls und Panzer (Saori), Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess (Éclair), Street Fighter V (Nadeshiko), Dog and Scissors (Natsuno), Problem Children are Coming from Another World, Aren’t They? (Black Rabbit), Ikki Tousen series (Ekitoku Chouhi), Queensblade series (Nanael), Maria Holic/Maria Holic Alive (Kanako), and many more.

Some of her earlier work includes iconic titles such as Excel Saga, V1-3 (Excel Excel), Pokemon (Kay, the Raichu Trainer), Slayers: the Motion Picture (Meliroon), Dragonhalf (Mink), Dirty Pair, OAV 1-5 (Yuri), Boogie Pop Phantom (Moto and Poom Poom), Those Who Hunt Elves, S1 (Celcia), Magical DoReMi (Drona), Kare Kano (Tsukino), Ruin Explorers (Fam), and New Cutey Honey (The Lovely Warrior, Honey Kisaragi), in which she was personally cast by Go Nagai for the English dub.  

You can also hear Jessica as Rip Van Winkle in Team Four Star’s Hellsing Ultimate Abridged Episode 4 and Ifalna in Final Fantasy VII: Machinabridged (FF7:MA) – Ep. 8., as well as a number of animated shorts from famed comic strip Cyanide & Happiness on their Explosm YouTube channel including: The WeathermanDinner with the Folks, Sad Larry in Love and Going Down.

Jessica loves to meet ALL THE PEOPLE so please don’t be shy about saying hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! <3, TwitterFacebookYouTubeInstagramWiki



David Wald


David Wald began voice acting several years ago with ADV Films, Sentai Filmworks, and Funimation. His credits include Bulat in Akame Ga Kill!, Hannes in Attack On Titan, Gajeel in Fairy Tail, Paulie in One Piece, Mutsumi in Kiss Him, Not Me, Rikki Nendou in The Disastrous Life of Saiki K, Germán in Garo: The Animation, Reiji in Diabolik Lovers, Ren in DRAMatical Murder, Katze in Gatchaman: CROWDS, Woodley in Black Butler: Book of Murder, Raizo in Ghost In The Shell: Arise, Master Chief in Halo: Legends, Charlie in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Duke Togo in Golgo 13, Tsutomu in Kids On The Slope, Kyouichi in Tokyo Majin, Kaito Daimon in Phi Brain, Kondou in Hakuoki, Dr. Ozaki in Shiki, Choe Gu-Sang in Psycho Pass, and Count Magnus Lee in Sentai’s 2015 dub of Vampire Hunter D, among many others. David served as ADR Director for Aura: Koga Maryuin’s Last War, and has recently begun working as a writer of ADR scripts.

David began working in theatre way back when WHAM! topped the Billboard charts, Back To The Future was the top-grossing film, wide, neon shoelaces were a thing, and we were all blissfully unaware of the damage our hairspray was doing to the ozone layer. Since those days, David has developed a great love for Shakespeare and very little need for hairspray. You’re welcome, ozone layer! He’s worked with noted Shakespeare scholars and interpreters including Andrew Wade from the RSC, Tina Packer from Shakespeare & Company, Guy Roberts from the Prague Shakespeare Company, and the late, great Dr. Sidney Berger of The Houston Shakespeare Festival.

David was a Studio Music and Jazz major at Elmhurst College, the University of Miami, and the University of North Texas and spent several years playing and singing in rock, funk, and jazz bands in the Midwest and East Coast. Eventually, he ran out of rock-n-roll angst and decided to go back into the more rational world of acting. His therapist has encouraged him to investigate the reasoning behind this decision thoroughly.


Dawn Bennett


Dawn M. Bennett is a Dallas-based voice actress that has worked with FUNimation, Rooster Teeth, ScrewAttack, and GalaxyTrail. She began voice acting during her freshman year at Berklee College of Music, where she graduated as a songwriting major in 2014.

Dawn can be heard in shows such as RWBY (An Ren), Show By Rock!! (A), Touken Ranbu-Hanamaru (Hotarumaru), Yuri!!! On Ice (Isabella Yang), Fairy Tail (Frosch), Attack On Titan: Junior High (Frieda Reiss), Akiba’s Trip (Kikuchi), Dance With Devils (Ritsuka Tachibana), Bikini Warriors (Dark Elf), Puzzle & Dragons X (Haru), Sky Wizards Academy (Rico Flamel), Keijo!!!!!!!! (Miku Kobayakawa), and Garo: The Animation (Esmeralda Valiante).

She can also be heard in games such as Freedom Planet (Lilac), SMITE (Celestial Isis), and Yandere Simulator (Asu Rito, Hanako Yamada, & Muja Kina).
Besides voice acting, Dawn enjoys singing for private events within the Filipino community and karaoke with friends. She also streams Let’s Plays on her Twitch channel

Blake Shepard

Contributing to the anime world since 2003, beginning with ADV films, Blake Shepard regularly lends his vocal talents to FUNimation, Seraphim Digital. His unique tone and versatility has allowed him to provide performances for a range of characters in shows such as: Food Wars (Crunchy Roll and Hi Dive), Air Gear (SyFy Channel/Adult Swim), Fullmetal Alchemist : Brotherhood, One Piece, Attack on Titan (Cartoon Network), Halo Legends (Netflix) and many more. As an animator, Blake Shepard has also provided the Anime Network with original animation as well as creating promos and bumpers for the network. His company Dynosaur Productions focuses on original content and new technologies. His new project: Robot Girl Chronicles is currently in production. You can learn more at

Other Special Guests


The Vixens
The Vixens are a cosplay dance troupe formed in 2015 from San Antonio. Initially brought together by a shared love for cosplay they soon found that each shared a unique talent and passion for dance. Together, they specialize in a variety of styles from EDM, Go-Go, Poi, Hoop, Fans, Fire, Folkloric, bellydance, J-Pop, K-Pop and contemporary all the way to traditional partnered styles like swing and blues. Often performing in cosplay their energetic performances are sure to have something for everyone
If you’d like to find out more about their dance troupe go check out their Facebook page at!
Kitty the Vamp Slayer Cosplay

We’d like to give a warm welcome Kitty The Vamp Slayer Cosplay who will be joining us at Otaku Fair x GaMExpo this year! All the way from Dallas, she has been cosplaying characters from anime, movies, cartoons, T.V., and gaming since 2014!

Check out her Facebook page at:

 kbsmash cosplay
Keyboard Smash Cosplay
We are so excited to announce KeyBoard Smash Cosplay as one of our Cosplay Guests for Otaku Fair x GaMExpo 2017 (and our  Keyboard Smash Cosplay is a professional cosplayer that has been a guest at multiple South Texas conventions, including Alamo City Comic Con. You can find his social media at:
Instagram: @keyboard_smash
Galaxy Girl Paida
GalaxyGirl Paida is a solo underground idol from San Antonio, Texas. She is a young girl who enjoyed singing and dancing for her friends and entering many local singing competitions and talent shows. Paida began her idol career in 2014 on Youtube, starting with song and dance covers of popular music from Japan. Since then, she has been performing live at Asian cultural festivals, anime conventions, and night live houses performing solo and working with DJ’s. She wishes to continue her success with her idol career as she goes on to create original content for the Japanese pop music scene and embrace her own style. She hopes to have a successful debut in Japan.
Instagram: @galaxygirlpaida
We are excited to announce that Love Notes will be joining us for Otaku Fair x GaMExpo 2017!
Love Notes is an idol cosplay and performance troupe based out of Austin, TX. Originally formed in 2015, Love Notes made their debut at Anime Overload 2015. Since then Love Notes has performed at conventions such as Anime Austin and Ikkicon 11.
You can find them on Facebook at:
And on Instagram: @lovenotesidols

Colony Drop Cosplay

Darien Spider, raised in Raising Star Texas on a cattle ranch, spent 15+ years as a LARPer before making his debut in Cosplay at San-Japan 7. Specializing in cold forged metal armor and outlandish but sturdy props, including a functioning chariot and a breech loading Harkonnen Cannon, his builds and build have put him head and shoulders above the competition on the cosplay stage. From Novice to Master in his first cosplay show, now even stage fright can’t slow this spacenoid down!

QueenofSpace, a cosplayer since birth, well at least since per-pubesence, made her cosplay debut at Baka-con (now Sakura-con) 1998. Her passion for costume making has led her to a career as a garment production seamstress, and she has recently made a trip to Malaysia to combat urban poverty by teaching under privileged women how to sew for production.

Together, they lead Colony Drop Cosplay, a name you’ve probably heard of a lot if you’ve attended any cosplay competitions in the last few years, to date they have taken 19 major awards, including four Best in Show titles, and even made it to the World Cosplay Summit National competition in 2015.

With the help of GoblinQueen (Hair and Makeup), ZappaSlave (Stage Ninja Extraordinaire), and TheSockNinja (Financial Backer, and Moral Support), Colony Drop Cosplay is a team that really lives up to it’s name.


Kira Kira Entertainment is Texas’s premiere pop culture production company whose mission is to celebrate Kawaii culture through the performing arts. Kawaii is the Japanese word for “cute,” and it encompasses many different styles of media. Though usually thought of as bright colored and child-like, Kawaii can encompass just about anything that is considered cool. Many different subcultures have
adopted the word, from the usual suspects like Lolita and Fairy fashion to Goth, Menhera, and Neo-Gal. Here at Kira Kira Entertainment, we strive to share the Kawaii culture that we have come to love through each show we produce.

Video Game Studios

Hebi Studios – RageBall

Hebi Studios will be showing off their game RageBall, which is a two-dimensional sports game that simulates table tennis, created right here in San Antonio! The player controls an in-game paddle by moving it vertically across the left side of the screen, and can compete against either a computer-controlled opponent or another player controlling a second paddle on the opposing side. Players use the paddles to hit balls back and forth. The aim is for each player to reach ten points before the opponent; points are earned when one fails to return the ball to the other. There are obstacles in the middle that will deflect the balls, as well as a special ball that can be fired at the opponent. This ball is called the RageBall. Each ball is worth one point, with the exception of the RageBall which is worth two points. There are nine different playing fields, each with different music, and obstacles.

Enso Entertainment – Waifu Fight: Dango Style

Enso Entertainment is an Indie developer and publisher of entertainment software.  Established in February of 2017, becoming the first Indie developer and publisher of entertainment software based in Corpus Christi Texas. We are currently in development of Waifu Fight: Dango Style. What is Waifu Fight?

Waifu Fight: Dango Style is an exciting new retro-type action based game incorporating a unique mix of intense gameplay and attractive, anime-style character artwork! You and your Waifu of choice will square off against an opponent by bouncing dangos between one another until you break through each other’s defense! Waifu Fight is a crazy mix between the wall breaking mechanics of Breakout, the narrative and sexual elements of HuniePop, the special attacks and combos of Street Fighter, and the retro action from good old fashioned Pong!

Unlike its contemporaries in the ecchi game field, Waifu Fight incorporates its characters as a gameplay element—frequently a character will pop into the middle of the screen and your dangos will bounce off of her cute and sexy body! Combine this with a robust suite of items and power-ups, the paths to victory become nearly endless!

Gaming Guests
(Brought to you by GaMExpo)


Justin De Witt is the Chief Creative Officer and co-owner of Fireside Games with his wife and CEO, Anne-Marie De Witt. Justin has been making games since he was old enough to use scissors. Since then he’s gone on to work in animation, multimedia, and game publishing. His previous designs include Castle Panic, The Wizard’s Tower, Star Trek Panic, Dastardly Dirigibles, and his newest game Hotshots.


Kay Lynn Syrin is a professional game developer, cosplayer, and performer from Austin, Texas. She has been in the industry for 7 years releasing 15 titles and has been a guest or performed at venues including Dragon Con, ACL Live, A-kon, Anime Matsuri, Alamo City Comic Con, and San Japan.

For cosplay and other special guest inquiries, please e-mail Lisa at

For Voice Actor guest inquiries, please e-mail Hailey at