|Antipode is a comedic theatrical belly dance troupe from central Pennsylvania . Fusing the theatrics of acting with a mix of cosplay, pop-culture, geekery, and off- beat humor Antipode brings the audience not just dance, but full geek entertainment. Antipode has been performing together for audiences since 2005, and had done more than 50 shows. Some of their performances themes include; Mario, Legend of Zelda, The Hobbit, Doctor Who, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Harry Potter, Disgaea, Meme’s, Pokemon, and multiple Live-Action-Role-Playing games. You can visit their website at www.AntipodeBellyDance.com or like them on Facebook at Facebook.com/AntipodeBellyDance.|
|Kira Buckland is a Los Angeles-based voice actress originally from Alaska. She has played a variety of characters in anime such as Blue Exorcist (Izumo), Magi (Kogyoku), Accel World (Kuroyukihime), Blood Lad (Hydra Bell), and Lagrange: Flower of Rinne (Madoka). She has also voice acted for a variety of video games such as Skullgirls (Marie), Bravely Default (Artemia), Dangan Ronpa 2 (Hiyoko), Hyperdimension Neptunia V (Marvelous), Castle Crashers (Princesses/Medusa), Mugen Souls (Chou-Chou) and many more. She was also the official voice match for Twilight Sparkle and Spike in the My Little Pony “Power Ponies” app.In addition to voice acting, she enjoys cosplaying, DJing, competitive gaming, and making espresso drinks. Her favorite anime/manga series is JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. She is also the founder of the “Voice Acting Club” forum. Follow her on Twitter @rinachan or Facebook at facebook.com/KiraVoices.|
|From Otakon to Anime Expo, Karl “Uncle Yo” Custer teleports to anime, comic book and video game conventions performing his unique brand of geek-specific stand-up comedy. You can also hear him voice every dog and trainer in the Android game “Top Dog: Lucky’s Charm.” He is the self-published author of “The Anime Convention Survival Guide” as a single on Amazon as well as the roast of the 1996 Doctor Who movie starring the 8th Doctor on iTunes.Every week his podcast, “We are the Geek” tackles current issues, reviews shows and features up-and-coming convention guests, or fan-lebrities as Yo puts it. His two latest albums, Ecto-Kitt-Lorean and Matching Hair Clips are ready for download at Amazon and iTunes for your enjoyment.His web work can be viewed with cameo on several Nostalgia Critic reviews, including starring in the 5th Anniversary short forThatguywiththeglasses.com, DragonBored. Yo was also featured on SchnozMan and Hole Punch at Stayballsy.com as florist sociopath and super-villain, Jeff Regean. Earlier, he was featured on the Youtube series Doujinopolis alongside producer Mario Bueno.|
Award-winning author Danielle Ackley-McPhail has worked both sides of the publishing industry for more years than she cares to remember. Her published works include five urban fantasy novels, Yesterday’s Dreams, Tomorrow’s Memories, Today’s Promise, The Halfling’s Court: and The Redcaps’ Queen: A Bad-Ass Faerie Tale, , and a young adult Steampunk novel, Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn, written with Day Al-Mohamed. She is also the author of the non-fiction writers guide, The Literary Handyman and is the senior editor of the Bad-Ass Faeries anthology series, Dragon’s Lure, and In An Iron Cage. Her work is included in numerous other anthologies and collections.
She is a member of the New Jersey Authors Network and Broad Universe, a writer’s organization focusing on promoting the works of women authors in the speculative genres. She can be found on LiveJournal (damcphail), Facebook (Danielle Ackley-McPhail), and Twitter (DAckley-McPhail). Learn more at www.sidhenadaire.com.
|MECHA Software, LLC was founded in 2000; a spin off from Devious Software, INC MECHA Software, LLC was founded with the intent of being an American based ANIME and Science Fiction software entertainment company. MECHA Software, LLC specializes in the making of video games and other software products based upon popular ANIME and Science Fiction series. However, MECHA Software, LLC has a different approach by making all of our products to meet FAN quality standards instead of Consumer quality standards. By taking this approach of making products, we insure that the games are more closely related to the storylines of the popular Manga and Science Fiction titles (we all remember how badly Ghost in the Shell turned out). We work with the actual artist who works from the popular ANIME series and we work with the actual storywriters throughout all phases of production. Our latest three game releases were comprised of voice actors we hired from anime conventions.MECHA Software, LLC has the following three titles available for instant download sale:Gold Digger Puzzle Game: http://golddigger.mechasoftware.com
HENTRIS Standard: http://hentris.mechasoftware.com
HENTRIS Deluxe: http://hentrisdeluxe.mechasoftware.com
|Dj CUTMAN is a passionate and prolific DJ and producer of Chiptune and video game remixes. His record label GameChops is the first of it’s kind to license dance music remixes from major video game publishers like Nintendo and Sega. He hosts a weekly chiptune show “This Week In Chiptune” spotlighting some of the world’s best chip-musicians, and authors the blog VideoGameDJ.com.|
A Multimedia Production & Marketing firm offering various products and services. We have featured and promoted at a variety of conventions and events. Our Mission is to expand awareness of historical inspiration and the hero’s journey through entertainment. Best known in various endeavors over the last five years by their two performance brands, Slick-Brass & the Titilus Crew and Rohan & the Dogs of War, they’ve recently launched a third: SET- Society of the Emerald Tentacle. The creative individuals that make up the firm work together to continually present history and fictional tropes through unique and thought provoking properties, unavailable anywhere else. New offerings are constantly generated and presented through emceeing, panels, ad-hoc skits, private concerts, video coverage, live performances, promotion, and unique merchandise. The team has a reservoir of perspectives from personnel that spans the continental United States. Their side project, Geeks Gone Wild has striven to champion the cause and raise awareness of proper image attribution on the internet and endorse an environment of responsibility and respect to content creators such as cosplayers, designers, artists and photographers, seeking to combine efforts in a celebration of all things pop culture. Their tireless efforts have also been prominently featured in the LARP/Roleplay Premium Content at SaltCity SteamFest in Salt Lake City, Utah.
As the final stop on their nationwide 2014 Heavier Mettle Tour, they are most pleased collaborate once more with their friends from the Nerdfit Network, and furthermore are sponsoring a special appearance with Cosplay Court Case!!! Details of their appearace to follow via their facebook event The Heavier Mettle Tour – DerpyCon and at www.steam-funk.com. Portrait courtesy of Matt Norris, M.G. Norris Contemporary Photography.