What, you thought we were done? You must feel super silly! It’s… Chuck Huber!
You know him best as…
Android 17 (Dragon Ball Super)
Emperor Pilaf (Dragon Ball Super)
Kibito in (Dragon Ball Super)
Kurogiri (My Hero Academia)
Hiei (YuYu Hakusho)
Stein (Soul Eater)
Kululu (Sgt. Frog)
Mohji (One Piece)
Shou Tucker (Full Metal Alchemist)
Jajuka (Escaflowne)
Kuro (Servamp)
Kuniharu (The Disastrous Life of Saiki K)
Asanaga (Endride)
Chuck Huber started acting in Anime in DBZ. Since then he has voiced hundreds of characters including Hiei in YuYu Hakusho, Stein in Soul Eater, Kululu in Sgt. Frog, Mohji in One Piece, Shou Tucker in Full Metal Alchemist. He has been a writer on Hetalia, Sgt. Frog, Baccano, Spice and Wolf, Strike Witches, Dragonaut and Skip Beat!.
Video games Chuck has contributed voices for include Borderlands II, Ghostbusters, The Walking Dead, Aeon Flux, DBZ, Smite, The Killing Floor …among others.
As a filmmaker Chuck has acted, produced, written or directed for Arbor Day – The Musical currently on Amazon Prime, Prince Adventures, The Troubadoors, The Fragility of Seconds, The Mechanical Grave, Odd Man Out among others. He began acting in Chicago at the Goodman Theater, Court Theater, Steppenwolf Theater after graduating from DePaul University and continues to work on stages in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He also plays Dr. McCoy in Star Trek Continues; Dean Hansen on Season 2 of American Crime on ABC and Detective Swinton in the The Harrowing.


Update: Due to the climate that has recently become associated around the guest Vic Mignogna on social media and the press, it has been decided that the best decision for our attendees is to cancel Vic Migogna’s attendance at Kami-Con 2019. We apologize to any fans that are disappointed by this cancellation.


John Anderson is an actor, comedian, and self-proclaimed professional “Trick Talking Meat” who hails from Birmingham, Alabama. He landed his first major motion picture role as a Ravager in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. John also appeared in Tag, Black Panther, Stranger Things, Sleepy Hollow, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Discovery Channel’s Manhunt: Unabomber, Logan Lucky, Pitch Perfect 3, I, Tonya, Jumanji, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Case for Christ, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, MacGyver, The Front Runner, The Leisure Seeker, Hell Fest, Being Mary Jane, and Tyler Perry’s Too Close to Home. He also appeared in Make-up Artist Magazine, displaying his alien movie make-up as a Hurctarian Ravager. He recently appeared in Variety and Rolling Stone’s review of the movie Tag.
John was given his first speaking role by Oprah Winfrey in her production of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. He was one of 10 Ravagers from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 selected to attend a 2016 Comic-Con surprise celebration in San Diego. The event was filmed and is now airing on CONtv. Further, art featuring John’s likeness as a Ravager was included in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: The Art of the Movie.
John’s involvement in the Birmingham cosplay community ignited his interest in acting, and he can frequently be found around town volunteering at charity events as Batman, The Joker, and Green Arrow. He refers to himself as “Trick Talking Meat” as coined by the late Carrie Fisher in an interview she did with CNN in 1997. In the interview, she explained that the cast had shirts made with “Trick Talking Meat” printed on them, as they felt that is how George Lucas treated them on the set of Empire Strikes Back.


You’ve seen him on YouTube and the Vine compilations you watch at 1am (we see you), it’s ProZD!

SUNGWON CHO (aka ProZD) is a voice actor. He also likes to make skits and whatever else he feels like on YouTube. You can hear him in Judgement, A Hat in Time, Red vs Blue, Radiant, Nomad of Nowhere, Monster Prom, Camp Camp, Battlerite, Apotheon, Unavowed, and more.  He also played Detective Joe Furuya in RocketJump and Crunchyroll’s Anime Crimes Division.


Aaron Pabon is not only a Comedian, Convention Personality, Producer, and Pop-Culturist. He is, above all else, a Geek!

For 12 years, Aaron has been a stand-up comedian, performing at over 200 convention/events in 20 states. Aaron’s jokes include current events in geek pop-culture, his crazy experiences at conventions, his adventures in Japan, and his personal experiences being a geek.

Currently he is in production of a new podcast called “Con-Stories” where he and others talk about their experiences in the convention world. He is also the creator of Con-Survival Guide; a web series in development, devoted to teaching con-goers and organizers how to help survive, run, and organize conventions.