Attack on Titan, Yuri on Ice, RWBY
Josh looks forward to meeting all his fans in Adelaide and Brisbane in November 2018.
Josh will give a Q&A panel, and pose for studio portraits and sign autographs on Friday in Brisbane, and throughout Saturday and Sunday in both cities.
* Information correct at time of writing, but is subject to change. Panel rooms are subject to venue capacity and safety requirements and may reach maximum capacity. Some panels will require patrons to queue for entry prior to the panel commencing. Please follow the directions of the staff.
Josh is a life-long geek and actor with over 200 voice credits in his 10+ year career. His favorite roles include Attack on Titan (Armin), Yuri on Ice (Yuri Katsuki), Princess Jellyfish (Kuranosuke), The Devil is a Part-Timer (Sadao Maou), Drifters (Toyohisa), RWBY (Tyrian), Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (Kenichi), and Snow White with the Red Hair (Zen).
He has also lent his voice to many video game properties; Tales of Xillia 2 (Ludger), Dragon Ball Xenoverse (Demigra), and Freedom Planet 2 (Captain Kalaw) to name a few.
When he isn’t behind the mic, Josh can usually be found writing scripts for the English adaptations of many FUNimation and BangZoom! Productions, such as Fairy Tail, Tokyo Ghoul, Overlord, and Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans.
Selfies at Josh's table using own camera $30
Short voice recording
This information is correct at the time of writing.
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Film Q&A + Interactive Zoom + Quiz bundle must be purchased to participate in this component of the event.
An additional service charge may apply to online ticket purchases.
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Tickets cannot be refunded on the basis of missed screenings or audience connectivity issues.