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CHRISTOPHER WEHKAMP - MY HERO ACADEMIA, ACE ATTORNEY, TOKYO GHOUL

Autograph Times - Stand #TBC: 
Saturday 26th October - TBC
Sunday 27th October - TBC
Monday 28th October - TBC

Panel Times: 
Saturday 26th October - TBC
Sunday 27th October - TBC
Monday 28th October - TBC

Christopher Wehkamp brings characters to life in anime and video games for studios like FUNimation Entertainment, Sentai Filmworks, Hi-Rez Studios, Big Fish Games and more.

His popular anime roles include Shouta 'Eraserhead' Aizawa (My Hero Academia), Susumu Kodai (Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199), Miles Edgeworth (Ace Attorney), Phil (Attack on Titan), Alexis Leskinen (Steins;Gate 0), Solid Silva (Black Clover), Master (Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits), Kiri Putin (Chronos Ruler), Prince Bruno Glanzreich (The Royal Tutor), Sekizan (ALL OUT!!), Tenka Kumo (Laughing Under The Clouds), Zed O'Brien (Blood Blockade Battlefront and Beyond), Inazuma (One Piece), Ren (Fairy Tail), Domoto (Psycho Pass) and Tatara and Inspector Arima (Tokyo Ghoul).

As for video games, in September 2018 he appeared in Hi-Rez Studios popular multiplayer battle-arena video game "Smite" in the role of Cutting Edge Ullr. Christopher also starred in Big Fish Games 2017 hidden-object video game "Chimeras: Blinding Love" as Julien and The Hunchback.

The same month he also launched "The Dungeon Booth," a podcast of popular voice actors from anime, video games and cartoons playing Dungeons & Dragons. Christopher, along with his cast, will be recording a game in front of a live audience at a soon-to-be-announced convention appearance in 2019.

Follow Christopher on ​Twitter​ and ​Facebook​.

Guest appears work and health commitments pending. 
Panel and autograph times are subject to change.
Guest will sign one autograph for free

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Auckland Armageddon

October 25-28th 2019, ASB Showgrounds
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