Anime NebrasKon Is Pleased To Announce Stephanie Young And David Brehm

OMAHA, NE- June 15, 2012 Anime NebrasKon is pleased to announce Stephanie Young and David Brehm as returning guests for 2012.

Stephanie Young is a voice actress working with Funimation. She voices Clare in Claymore, Nico Robin in One Piece, Junko in Desert Punk, Elfriede in Moonphase, Sophia in Aquarion, Kagero in Basilisk, Oruha in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Yahagi in Mushi-shi, Mana in Negima, Dr. Kozuki in Rumbling Hearts, Itoko Osakabe in School Rumble, Mireille in Trinity Blood, Aki Abe in Hell Girl, Reika Tachibana in Balder Force Exe Resolution, Xavier Tatum in Shuffle, Mrs. Tomita in Kodocha, Hanahana in XXXholic, and Shika in Samurai 7. Stephanie can also be heard singing theme songs for Dragon Ball GT, Negima, and Tsubasa.

David Brehm is the President, Co-Founder, and Creative Director for Blue Logic LLC, a digital production company. It produces online and theatrical media properties.David's 2D and 3D animator credits include several major film and TV properties such as Jimmy Neutron, Olive The Other Reindeer, The Ant Bully, and BOZ. He has also worked as a cinematographer, scriptwriter, done effects and scoring. Throughout the country David and his voice actor wife (Stephanie Young Brehm) regularly perform their original music as the songwriting duo THE BREHMS, and on occasion perform with their full 6 piece band.

Stephanie Young and David Brehm join Steve Blum and Keith Silverstein for 2012. Keith Silverstein is a voice actor known primarily for his video games and animation. Steve Blum is currently voicing Amon in Legend of Korra and has been awarded by Guiness World Records as “the most prolific videogame actor” in the world with 261 credited appearances.

Anime NebrasKon is November 2-4, 2012 at the Ramada Plaza at 72nd and Grover in Omaha Nebraska. Early Preregistration runs through August 5th and is $32 for the weekend. Regular Registrations runs through October 19th and is $41 for the weekend. The At Door Price is $50. For more information, please visit

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