Guest announcement: Morgan Berry

Morgan Berry is a voice actor in various anime shows, movies, and video games. Some of her most popular anime roles being in “Love Live! Sunshine!!”, “My Hero Academia”, “One Piece”, “KanColle”, “Touken Ranbu”, “Hyperdimension Neptunia”, “Tokyo Ghoul”, “Riddle Story of Devil”, “ēlDLIVE”, “Overlord”, “Show By Rock!!”, “Black Clover”, and the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast.” Her most notable video game titles include “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Smite”, and “Freedom Planet 2”. In addition, she voices for a variety of YouTube web series including Team Four Star’s “Final Fantasy VII: Machinabridged”, and ScrewAttack’s “DEATH BATTLE”. On top of voice acting, Morgan is a singer and YouTube Personality under the name “The Unknown Songbird” with over 5 Million views in total.

Guest announcement: The Manly Battleships

mb_logo_2016-1024x1024The Manly Battleships® are a group of fun-loving guys and gals that have formed the greatest programming group on the east coast convention circuit. Veteran panelists combine their powers with a circle of long time con-goers, otaku, and deviants to form the new titan at the front of the con scene. The Fleet’s arsenal offers a lot of a lot, and a little of everything! From the “stay fun” academic to over-the-top panels; high quality times are to be had under the Fleet’s banner. No matter your pleasure, there’s a Manly Battleships® event that’s right for you!

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Guest Announcement: Eric Vale

Eric Vale can eat an entire Quarter Pounder with Cheese in a single bite. He crossed the English Channel riding on the antlers of a Canadian Moose. His favorite time of the year is dinnertime. This man has voiced characters such as Trunks in Dragon Ball Z, Sanji in One Piece, Yuki in Fruits Basket, Kymblee in Fullmetal Alchemist, America and Canada in Hetalia, Nishiki in Tokyo Ghoul, Tomura in My Hero Academia, and Hachi in DARLING in the FRANXX. You can also hear him on radio and TV as the voice of the Dallas Stars and Dave & Busters. But wait! That’s not all! He also wrote and produced the feature film Chariot, which is quite possibly the greatest American movie ever made. He’s written screenplays as well as scripted over 50 anime programs and he’s a full-on, for reals published writer. Eric has also directed for film and stage. So he sounds pretty busy, right? Well, tack on the fact that he’s a husband and father of three and you’ll understand why he always looks so tired. He began studying the world of entertainment when he was only 12 years old, and he never looked back. Living a “normal” life with “normal” people isn’t something Eric would know how to do. It’s not something he’d want to do. The best thing he can say about life is that you have your options; you can be safe or you can be crazy. Guess which one he chose?

Guest Announcement Jeremy Inman

In 2000, Jeremy Inman was working as a Firefighter/Paramedic when a friend of his got him to audition for a show called DragonBall Z. That day he got the part of Android 16 and has just recently recorded him in the video game Dragonball FighterZ. Since Android 16, he has voiced characters in countless shows over the years. Some recent favorites are JJ in Yuri! On Ice, Taurus in Fairy Tail, Magellan in One Piece, Yo in Dagashi Kashi and Magne in My Hero Academia.

Since his beginnings as a voice actor, Jeremy has moved into full time voice directing for Funimation. He is currently Directing the Eisner nominated Golden Kamuy. Among others he is especially proud of Directing titles like How Not to summon a demon Lord, Saga of Tanya the Evil, Saiyuki Reload Blast, ReLife, and Akashic Records Bastard Magic Instructor.
Aside from his voice and Directing work in anime, Jeremy also has experience working as a 1st AD in Film and television.

2019 Dates and location

Triad Anime Con 2019 will move back to Winston-Salem and into the newly remodeled Benton Convention Center March 15-17, 2019!

The Koury Convention Center in Greensboro will be hosting a lineup of large international events in the spring. We could have stayed there, but we would have had to pick a date next to either Ichibancon or Animazement. We felt that it was better to stay away from those larger events and move back to our roots in Winston-Salem.