Back on Thanksgiving weekend, San Diego Comic-Con hosted a Special Edition to make up for the cancellations of the 2020 and 2021 Comic-Cons. There on Sunday, I met up with Bryce Papenbrook, a prominent voice actor in the anime, cartoon, and video game scene. Bryce is a familiar voice for those who watch Toonami every Saturday, as he has been the English voice actor for many popular characters, including Kirito from Sword Art Online, Eren Jaeger from Attack on Titan, Liebe from Black Clover, Inouske from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Rin Okumura from Blue Exorcist, Masaomi Kida from Durarara! and many more.
We met at the Sails Pavillion within the convention center halls, where Bryce was meeting with and signing autographs with fans throughout the convention. Bryce is a big fan of Toonami and the Toonami Faithful community, and fortunately for us, he managed to have some spare time to meet with us towards the end of the event.
For those that don’t know, I used to be a contributor to ToonamiFaithful.com, and I previously had the opportunity to talk with Bryce Papenbrook twice, once during the Sword Art Online: Alicization premiere in Hollywood in September 2018, plus a group interview with some of the other SAO English dub cast at Anime Expo 2019.
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