FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOS ANGELES, CA - AUG. 3 - It has been announced that Spike Spencer will be appearing as a guest at the Manifest Anime Convention in Melbourne, Australia Aug. 20-22, 2010.
Manifest 2010: Magic Vs Mecha
Australia's original and largest anime convention is set to be bigger than ever!
With more screenings, more cosplay, more video games, workshops, events and for the first time ever, special celebrity guests!
Come along and meet genius voice actor Spike Spencer, and creator of the YuGiOh! Abridged series, LittleKuriboh!
In addition, Manifest has a host of other great events, including:
FRUiTS Fashion show
Video Game Tournaments
Martial Arts Displays
Manga Drawing Classes
Mecha Customization Workshop
AMV Screenings and Competitions
Cosplay Mystery date
Commercial and Fan traders
And Live Concerts
If the main convention isn't enough for you, how about coming along to Amaranth, Australia's original costume ball? Or if you fancy yourself a creature of the night, hang around for ManiMidnight, where there'll be roleplaying, card games, and screenings all night… and most importantly, free coffee!
Website: HYPERLINK "http://www.manifest.org.au/" t "_blank" http://www.manifest.org.au
Location: Melbourne Showgrounds, Epsom Road, Ascot Vale, Victoria, Australia
Dates: 20th - 22nd August
Price: $45: weekend / $25: day
ABOUT SPIKE SPENCER:
An accomplished actor, Spike Spencer has worked onscreen with such notable stars as Tommy Lee Jones, Sandra Bullock, Frank Langella, Tia Carrere, and Scott Glenn.
In the realm of voice acting he has voiced hundreds of episodes of Anime including Evangelion, Vampire Knight, Bleach, Spriggan, Nadesico, Mar, Pre Tear, Code Geass 2, and Buso Renkin as well as numerous video games including World of Warcraft-The Burning Crusades, Tales of Vesperia, BlazBlue, Trauma Center, Steambot Chronicles, and Star Ocean 2. Spike has lent his voice to many radio and television commercials and campaigns.
Spike is also an author/screenwriter and is in pre-production on his first feature film that he scripted, "Dwindle Down." Learn more about Spike at:
For more information, photos or to request an interview contact Spike Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org