WIT Studio's Kotomi Deai and Hiroshi Shimizu heading to MCM Scotland Comic Con
Date: Monday 7th September 2015 [16:15] | Posted By: Joe
Anime fans in Glasgow are in for a treat, we've already mentioned Scotland Loves Anime 2015, however just before that the MCM Scotland Comic Con is set to run on Saturday 26th to Sunday 27th September 2015. The anime guests this time around are are WIT Studio's Kotomi Deai and Hiroshi Shimizu. WIT Studio are best known for the megahit anime Attack on Titan.
Both are experienced in the anime industry, and have been involved in titles such as The Rolling Girls, Silver Spoon, Kids on the Slope, Sword Art Online, Samurai Champloo and Space Dandy.
They'll be presenting panels, meeting fans and signing autographs at the Comic Con.
This is not first time WIT Studio staff have appeared at an MCM Event, we caught up with WIT Studio at the October 2013 MCM London Comic Con. The next MCM London Comic Con set set to run from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th October 2015.
Press release as followsL
MCM SCOTLAND COMIC CON – SECC, GLASGOW – 26-27 SEPTEMBER 2015
On A Roll: WIT Studio's Kotomi Deai & Hiroshi Shimizu heading to MCM Scotland Comic Con
Anime director Kotomi Deai and animator Hiroshi Shimizu from WIT Studio, the company behind global megahit Attack on Titan, are to be special guests at MCM Scotland Comic Con when it returns to Glasgow's SECC later this month.
Deai, who recently directed adventure comedy The Rolling Girls, and Shimizu, the series' director of animation, will be presenting a panel on the Saturday of the show. They will also be meeting fans and signing autographs across the whole Comic Con weekend.
Prior to helming The Rolling Girls, Kotomi Deai directed Silver Spoon's second season and was assistant director on the acclaimed Kids on the Slope. She has also worked on shows such as Sword Art Online, Samurai Champloo , Occult Academy and Robotics;Notes.
Meanwhile, Hiroshi Shimizu's art and animation credits cover a string of Ghibli classics including Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke and Only Yesterday, as well as The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Fullmetal Alchemist, Space Dandy, Michiko & Hatchin and FLCL.
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