Mike Pollock is one of New York's premier animation voice-over actors. Saturday morning cartoon viewers of FOX and The CW might recognize his voice as Meat in Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy, the Mayor and Samo, the bartender, in Kirby: Right Back At Ya!, Garbageman on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dr. Eggman and Ella on Sonic X and the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Bigoriki in Gororiki, and Langston Lickatoad in Viva Piñata. He's also been heard as Bonaparte in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX on Cartoon Network, the interim narrator in Pokémon and Beast in the Marvel Motion comic adaptation of Astonishing X-Men.
Listen for him in several upcoming projects this year. Mike also does some character work on Sirius XM Radio, as well as radio and TV commercials for Focus Factor, SunSetter Retractable Awnings, No-Doz, Comcast, Burger King, AC/DC, Verizon, and promos for HBO International. He's also narrated a 15-hour audiobook of Jim Baggot's ode to Physics: A Quantum Story, for Audible.com, and is the voice of several cute and cuddly animated plush toys, including "The Menacing Mummy," for GUND.When he's not making funny voices, he also writes comedy bits and song parodies.
Please visit his web site: http://www.itsamike.com
"Chris Patton is a full-time Voice Over Talent with fifteen years experience behind the mic, and twenty years on stage. Some of his clients have included Shell, Ford, Lockheed Martin, Wal Mart, PetSmart, Learning Mate, Baker Nissan and Brilliance Audio. Chris has voiced everything from Anime Heroes, Video Game Villains, monsters and aliens, to Corporate Narration, eLearning and over fifty Audiobooks.
Chris spends his days in the studio, his nights on the stage, and the rest of his time living his busy life to the fullest, whether pursuing his fervent love of roller coasters, or reveling in his obsession with interior design.
Chris Patton has been Voice Acting in Anime for fifteen years, for ADV Films, FUNimation Entertainment, Seraphim Digital, and Okratron 5000. All told, he can be heard in over 185 Anime series, movies, and ovas. Some of his roles have included Asura in Soul Eater, Sousuke in Full Metal Panic, Greed in Fullmetal Alchemist, Sato in Welcome to the NHK, Ikki in Air Gear, Sho in Guyver, Ichiro in Nerima Daikon Brothers, and Hajime in Ghost Stories.
Most recently, he's voiced Keima in The World God Only Knows, Kai in Demon King Daimao, Kaoru in Kids on the Slope, Tashigawara in Another, Perseus in Campione, Soushi in Inu X Boku SS, and a role in Pokemon he can't name JUST yet!
Other credits include roles in Bubblegum Crisis 2040 (Daley Wong), Saint Seiya (Andromeda/Shun), The Galaxy Railways (Manabu), The Place Promised In Our Early Days (Hiroki), RahXephon (Ayato), and many more. Chris has also voiced over 60 Audiobooks, a bunch of commercials, a handful of video games, and has been a stage actor since the age of nine."
Jessi "Nowacking" Nowack is a voice actress, parody writer, and, (the most rare of all,) a girl on the internet. An actress since age six, Jessi has lent her voice to video games, Machinima, anime, animations, over 100 internet parodies, and more. She is the creator/writer of "Dark Swamp" and also voices Revy, Roberta, Garcia, and many others. She is also co-creator of "Pokemon 'Bridged," in which she writes the series with two other dorks and lends her voice to Misty, as well as many other characters. She also voices Seras (Police Girl) in "Hellsing Ultimate Abridged," Sasha in "Attack on Titan Abridged," Vinyl Scratch in "Epic Wub Time," and Hyprelynx in "TOME."
For anime-type-things, she can be heard as Izumi in the English dub of "Queens Blade Rebellion." She thinks pasta is a vegetable, never wears matching socks, and likes cute girls. One time, Tara Strong bumped into her and Jessi said she was sorry.
Michael "1KidsEntertainment" Hecht is mainly known for his work on the parody series "Pokémon 'Bridged." He is editor and co-writer and provides a good chunk of voices including Ash, Pikachu, Professor Oak, James, the Pokédex, Barbara, Socky, and many more. He can also be heard as Benny in "Dark Swamp," Kakuja in "Lord Slug Abridged" by TeamFourStar, and the bully in "Naruto: The Abridged Comedy Fandub Spoof Series Show" by LittleKuriboh. He started out by writing his own Death Note Abridged, but he highly recommends you steer clear of it.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys yelling at microphones, eating his weight in ice cream (which is mathematically difficult), and making others laugh.
Jerry "xJerry64x" Pakalinsky is known for voicing Brock, Tracey, Meowth, and many other characters in Pokemon 'Bridged (as well as being a writer on the show) and voicing Rock in "Dark Swamp." He's also lent his voice to both Dragon Ball Z Abridged and Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged.
Despite the rumors, he is in fact NOT a blue hedgehog that runs on chilli dogs and rings.
Nick Lizzo (PurpleEyes)
PurpleEyesWTF is an internet alias for PurpleEyes, a YouTube content creator that produces such parodies as Code MENT and None Piece. In film PurpleEyes starred in Disturbia, a thriller released on 13 April 2007, as a teenager under house arrest who suspects that his neighbor is a serial killer, which he considered a 'character-driven' role. He received positive reviews for the role, with The Buffalo News a film to be release worldwide in 2015.
"Born in New York, moved to California with a Broadway show named 'A Family Affair' and stayed in Burbank. After years as a child actor, moved into the field of comic books as a writer and artist, and even became a professional wrestler. He was the Heavyweight Wrestling Champion of the USWA and CWL in the late 1980s. Currently, working stronger in the comic book field."
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"Jim Taylor has been a presence in the comics industry for over 30 years. Primarily as a cover artist, but also producing sequential art for various independent publications such as:
Jim's also produced artwork for promotional materials as well as educational materials. Jim's art style is often called 'old school', or 'classic', and he takes that as a total compliment, as that's the style that attracted him to comics in the first place. The varied list of past professional's that he's often compared to, is almost as impressive as his artwork! Recently Jim has taken up co-editorship at Recollection Magazine, his first step up to the 'big office', but still working on the medium he loves most, classic comics."
Crunk Witch, comprised of Brandon Miles and Hannah Collen, is a nerdy bass-music duo from Presque Isle, ME.
"A big sound showcasing a mastery of production and vocal fireworks...sit and listen or mosh about like a fool, it's interesting either way." - The Big Takeover
"Maine bands just don't do this sort of thing. Lucky for us, Crunk Witch don't give a (bleep)." - Portland Phoenix
"The most energetic live show I've seen in years" - DC Underground
This husband and wife duo has been delivering fantasy filled electronic rock music since late 2009. Their quickly sold out debut, 'The Battle Beyond E.P.', was soon followed by the full-length record, "The Legends Of Manicorn". The band generated a heavy youtube buzz when their single, 'The Battle Beyond', was featured in a youtube video that was seen over 25 million times. After signing a licensing deal with Bunim/Murray (creators of Real World, Road Rules, Project Runway, etc.), the band won the award for 'Best Electronic Act' at the 2011 Phoenix Awards. On March 8th 2012, Crunk Witch released their sophomore album "Faith in the Thief" to positive reviews. The band now plays over 100 shows a year nationwide. If you would like to contact Crunk Witch you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org