Born in FL and now living in Los Angeles, Anairis Quiñones is a voice actor best known for voicing Mirko in My Hero Academia, Nessa in Pokemon: Twilight Wings, Kimberly in Street Fighter 6, Yelena in Attack on Titan, and Rika in Jujutsu Kaisen 0. You can also hear them in cartoons like Craig of the Creek and Rainbow High, or other video games like Fire Emblem: Heroes and New Pokemon Snap. If she's not acting, she's playing (and hoarding) indie games like Undertale and Hollow Knight, loving on her pets (two cats and a pupper!), enjoying the outdoors, or baking yummy sweets. Anairis is also a writer and director, and a strong advocate for diversity and mental health.
Zeno Robinson is an actor residing in Los Angeles, California. Zeno began his acting journey in middle school, and after taking a program called “All About Kids”, signed with CESD Talent. He would gain his professional voiceover start soon after as “Alan Albright” in Ben 10 Alien Force at 14 years old, and has since studied under industry pioneers such as Charlie Adler, Tony Gonzales, Kris Zimmerman, Phil Lamarr, Ginny McSwain, and Tony Oliver. Zeno can now be heard as “Remy” in Big City Greens, “Hawks” in My Hero Academia, “Cyborg” in Young Justice, and “The Green Poncho” in Craig of the Creek.
Jade Aurora is a Michigan based pinup model, cosplayer, artist, and burlesque performer. As an avid nerd who is passionate about all things magical, Jade is also the author of the highly praised urban fantasy series, "Motor City Witches", which made its debut in 2020.
You can check out Jade and her work at the following social media pages:
You can find the link to purchase her books here!
AMHCosplays began her cosplay journey as a high-school Star Trek nerd. Today, she embraces every possible genre of cosplay — anime, video games, film, classic TV, even children’s literature — and eagerly tackles any character concept that catches her attention. An award-winning cosplayer, AMHCosplays loves the challenge of hunting down each component of a new cosplay just as much as she enjoys building one from scratch. She has been recognized by Comic Book Resources as one of America’s 10 top She-Hulk cosplayers and by Spain’s La Casa de El as one of the five top She-Hulk cosplayers in the world. A firm believer that anyone can cosplay, she founded Cosplay Over 40 to recognize, encourage, and showcase the often overlooked older cosplayer. Now in its fifth year, Cosplay Over 40 has featured cosplayers in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and even 70s, creating a supportive community that spans six continents. You can find @amhcosplays on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Ko-Fi, and Threads; you’ll find @cosplayover40 on those same social media platforms. And yes, she is still very much avStar Trek nerd. She looks forward to seeing all the amazing cosplayers at IsshoCon!
Clover is a cosplayer and performer from Detroit, MI that has been cosplaying for 6 years and participating in idol activities for 10 years.
She is passionate about bringing the characters and stories that inspire her to life through a multitude of media, including needlework, stage performance, and cinema. Some of her favorite series include Aikatsu!, PriPara, and Your Lie In April. Having the opportunity to introduce some of her obscure favorites to a wider audience has consistently been an awarding experience for her.
Clover is also a founding member of the Chocolate Idol Network(CIN), a group dedicated to increasing the visibility and uplifting black idols within the international idol community.