Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter, joins the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration September 27th

Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter, to appear at the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration

Yet another voice actor has joined the growing list that will be attending the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration in only 2 weeks on September 27th. Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter for the entire series in the original English dub of Sailor Moon, will be joining the previously announced guests at the convention. We previously reported that this one day convention at the Ontario Science Centre would also include Roland Parliament, voice director of the first 65 episodes and the voice of Melvin, Ron Rubin, the voice of Artemis, and Jill Frappier, the voice of Luna.

Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration

Ammie Cosplay was also recently added to the guest list. Fans are encouraged to wear Sailor Moon cosplay at this event! Tickets to the convention are only $12, $14 including a special collectible bracelet. The bracelets are branded as Sailor Moon Day International as the event was originally going to to take place on Sailor Moon Day 2015. A lot is planned for this events including a number of panels, some of which I will be participating in. I’m coming all the way from the distant land of Gatineau. Surely you can make it out as well! For more details check out Moon Chase! and the Facebook page for the event.

Sailor Moon episode 31 - Sailor Jupiter looks at Sailor Mercury's butt

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2 thoughts on “Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter, joins the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration September 27th

  1. Will your panel be uploaded to youtube so that those of us who don’t live in Canada can see it? And what panels are you participating in? You should do a panel on pseudoscience in Sailor Moon sometime. I really enjoyed your analysis of it during the Crystal reviews.

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