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Joshua Seth

      Millions of kids grew up listening to Joshua as the starring role of Tai, the leader of the Digimon, in Digimon: The Movie as well as on the wildly successful daily cartoon series on the Fox network. He soon followed up that success as the starring voice of of Shobu on Cartoon Network’s Dual Masters.
      Other starring animation roles include: Cyborg Soldier 009 on the Cartoon Network show of the same name, Spencer on the hit ABC Family show Tokyo Pig, and Hige on Cartoon Network’s Wolf’s Rain, as well as Sparky on Nickelodeon’s Speed Racer and the evil Young Knives in Trigun.

      To adult fans of animation, he’s best known as the villainous voice of Tetsuo, the starring role in the animated masterpiece, Akira (2001). 

Wayne Grayson

      Wayne Grayson is an American voice actor, known for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), Yu-Gi-Oh! (2000) and Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie (2004).

Stephanie Ann Nadolny

      Stephanie Ann Nadolny is an American voice actress, known for her English dubbing role as the child version of Son Goku, the protagonist of the Dragon Ball series and the child version of Goku’s son, Son Gohan, in Dragon Ball Z. She reprised both roles in several Dragon Ball related video games and media. She formerly worked for Funimation and ADV Films.

Ken Meyer Jr.

Throughout his career, Ken Meyer Jr. has worked on projects all over the media world such as working on projects such as Everquest, doing some art for Marvel Comics, and even working on a few military designs, such as the tail insignia for the stealth fighter. Somehow in the middle of it all he also found time to illustrate some Magic: The Gathering cards, including early on starting with the Arabian Nights expansion.

A farmboy from Illinois with a gift for sketching, rk post was planning on a career as a veterinarian until illustration finally took over in his extensive college experience. By his graduation from Northern Illinois University in 1994, rk post was freelancing for the fantasy gaming industry doing interior illustration for several major game companies, gradually teaching himself how to paint with acrylics and eventually oils. rk garnered a staff illustration position at TSR and after its acquisition, continued in this capacity with new parent company Wizards of the Coast painting cover illustrations for games and novels. Rk has done over 100 cards for #mtg but his other freelance clients include White Wolf, WizKids, Fanpro, Microsoft (Mythica, X Box), LucasFilm, 20th Century Fox (both Aliens VS Predator), Sega (Dreamcast), Nintendo, Ballantine Books, Science Fiction Book Club, Hasbro (televsion and animation), Marvel Entertainment, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, the History Channel, and Blizzard Entertainment (Daiblo 2, Worlds of Warcraft) and SOE (The Agency).

Randy “rk” Post

Jeff Laubenstein

Jeff has worked for several major Fantasy Game companies, including FASA, White Wolf, and Wizards of the Coast. He has been working in the field since the mid 80s and was the art director on the Earthdawn project. Most of the Earthdawn books contained at least several of his contributions. In the early Shadowrun game books, his work featured prominently, illustrating nearly all of the NPC portraits.

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