MomoCon Announces 2012 Guest List

Atlanta, GA – January 2nd, 2012 – MomoCon, anime/gaming/comic convention, is proud to announce new guests Ellen McLain (Portal, Portal 2), Wendee Lee (Cowboy Bebop, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya) and Jennie Breeden (The Devil's Panties) to MomoCon 2012, March 16-18 at the Marriott Marquis is downtown Atlanta, GA!

Ellen McLain is an opera singer and voice actress from Nashville, Tennessee, USA. She provides voices for many
characters in several video games from Valve. Among them are GLaDOS, the artificial intelligence antagonist in Portal (for which she won an AIAS Interactive Achievement Award for Outstanding Achievement in Character Performance) and Portal 2, the announcer in Team Fortress 2, and the voice of the Combine overwatch for the HalfLife 2 series. McLain is the only person to have her voice in all the games in the Orange Box. McLain sang the ending credits song to Portal, “Still Alive” and Portal 2, “Want You Gone”, both written by Jonathan Coulton. She also sang the opera-style turret song featured at the end of Portal 2, referred to by fans as the Turret Opera.

Wendee Lee is an American voice actress. While she has done voice work for many video games as well as several episodes in the Power Rangers franchise, she is particularly prolific in the dubbing of anime. As of April 2009, with 223 credits to her name, she has more credits in this medium than any other English voice-over actor. According to her interview on the Magic Knight Rayearth DVDs, she started doing voices at school, and got in trouble for it. Lee is also experienced in ADR directing. Currently, both she and Kirk Thornton are directing the ADR process for Bleach. Her noted roles include Faye Valentine on Cowboy Bebop, Takeru "T.K." Takaishi on Digimon Adventure, Haruhi Suzumiya on The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Konata Izumi on Lucky Star.

Jennie Breeden is the creator of the autobiographical webcomic The Devil's Panties. She has a BFA in Sequential Art from Savannah College of Art and Design. Ms. Breeden has been updating her comic daily since 2001 with over 3,000 comic strips online and five graphic novels that are in comic shops and book stores around the world. Via the comic she documents her adventures at comic conventions and in life. From pirates to taxes, kilt blowing to real estate and knitting to romance, life always seems to have something new in store: sometimes to the chagrin of Jennie, but always to the delight of her fans.

ABOUT MOMOCON: Since 2005, MomoCon has been a rapidly growing fan convention, serving the Southeast with
events and special features relating to anime, gaming and pop culture. MomoCon hosts over 900 hours of panels, workshops, and contests from over fourteen different fandoms. Panel subjects include comics and pop art, gaming, costuming, steampunk, anime, manga, sci-fi, marital arts, Japanese culture, animation, and more. More information on MomoCon can be found at

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