Dunn Best known for
his wildly popular American manga Ninja High School
and owning creations such as Mighty Tiny and Tiger-X,
he started the independent comics publishing company Antarctic
Press in 1985, which published titles such as Mangazine
Executive producer of Macross II, Guyver, and
several other hits released by U.S. Renditions, Ken was also a
member of the Akira Committee, the group behind Katsuhiro
Otomo's brilliant and groundbreaking anime film Akira.
He was also president of Hero Communications, a company devoted
to proper importation of Japanese animation into the United
Best known for her role as the editor and guiding light of Animag
Magazine, she is also credited as English translator of Gunbuster
and would soon rise to a higher level of stardom with Animerica
and a new Viz Communications.
Producer of U.S. Renditions, among his many works were Macross
II, Gunbuster, Dangaioh, Orguss, Appleseed, and Black
President of U.S. Manga Corps, among his many works were the
sensational Project A-Ko, Dominion, and The
Pelletier Publisher and
Editor at Ianus Publications, the creators of Protoculture
Addicts Magazine, the Anime Posterzine,
and the Anime Shower Special.
Associate Producer at U.S. Renditions, among his many works were
Macross II, Gunbuster, Dangaioh, Appleseed, and Black
One of the most respected members of the anime community, among
his many contributions were the expertly translated Gundam
novels and his authoritative book on the history of japanese
comics, Manga! Manga!
One of the co-directors of the live-action Guyver
movie released by New Line Cinema, he was also costume designer
for Batman Returns, Predator, Guyver and a voice
actor for the English-dubbed Macross II.
and founder of AnimEigo, among his numerous translated were Madox-01,
Riding Bean, Bubblegum Crisis 1-8, Bubblegum Crash! 1-3,
and Vampire Princess Miyu.
Best known for his role as editor and translator of Animag
Magazine, he has an extensive list of translation
credits and would soon rise to a higher level of stardom with
the birth of Animerica and a new Viz
Also attending Anime Expo 92
were: Jerry Beck (Streamline
Pictures), Lois Buhollis, Robert
Fennilong, Lea Hernandez
(Viz Communications), Seji Horibuchi,
Shawn Klekner, Carl
Macek (Streamline Pictures), Luke
Menichelli (Animenomious!), and Jeff