The One Piece Podcast Celebrates Hundredth Episode with J. Michael Tatum and Brina Palencia
NEW YORK, NY - May 19th, 2010 - The One Piece Podcast is pleased to announce its one hundredth episode, a four hour event that includes interviews with notable FUNimation voice actors Brina Palencia (Tony Tony Chopper on One Piece) and J. Michael Tatum (Eneru, Dalton, and Pearl on One Piece). In addition we have special segments with appearances by voice actor Chris Niosi, (also known as Kirbopher), from the series Pokemon as well as appearances from every cast member on the podcast. The podcast also reports about our trip to Anime Central in Rosemont, IL where we conducted one of the two interviews in this podcast.
This is our sixth interview with a major voice actor, we have also interviewed Christopher R. Sabat (voice of Roronoa Zoro), Eric Vale (voice of Sanji), Monica Rial (voice of Tashigi and Carue) Mike McFarland (the current ADR Director for One Piece), prolific voice actor and musician Vic Mignogna, and Kyle Hebert who has lent his voice to series like Dragonball Z as well as hosting his own show, The Big Bald Broadcast. This also marks the second time we interviewed J. Michael Tatum, who first appeared on the show in February. He currently plays the role of Scar in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and it was announced at Anime Central that he will be cast in Eden of the East and will be the ADR Director as well as a lead in Shikabane Hime.
ABOUT THE UNOFFICIAL ONE PIECE PODCAST- With over 120,000 listeners a month, the One Piece Podcast (http://www.onepiecepodcast.com) has been a regular on the Top 100 iTunes TV & Film audio podcast list as well as a growing staple of the One Piece community and the Anime community. We have been the number one video podcast on iTunes in Japan and have reached #3 in all podcasts in Japan. Since our launch in May 2009 we have quickly amassed followers from around the world who share a common love for this great series. We are a podcast dedicated to the Shonen Jump series One Piece which is currently being dubbed and distributed online at (http://www.onepieceofficial.com) and on DVD. Twice a week we run down the latest chapters from the manga and the latest episodes from the anime as well as go back to the beginning for new fans of the series. We pride ourselves on being a podcast run by fans, for fans.
We currently release episodes every Sunday and Thursday at our website (http://www.onepiecepodcast.com) and are also available via a subscription on iTunes.
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