Date: 2016 August 24 16:02
Posted by Joe
Anime fans heading to MCM Scotland Comic Con in Glasgow will be interested in this anime guest of honour. Reo Kurosu is an anime producer with an impressive list of top titles to his name, including Fullmetal Alchemist, The Heroic Legend of Arslan and the new Berserk adaptation. We really want to ask him questions about the the fan favourite Saint Young Men.
He'll be presenting a panel on the Saturday of the Glasgow show, as well as meeting fans on both days of the event.
The event is set to run from Saturday 24th to Sunday 25th September 2016 at the SECC.
Press release as follows:
MCM SCOTLAND COMIC CON – SECC, GLASGOW – 24-25 SEPTEMBER 2016
'Berserk' producer Reo Kurosu to be anime guest of honour at MCM Scotland Comic Con
Anime producer Reo Kurosu, whose work includes top titles such as Fullmetal Alchemist, The Heroic Legend of Arslan and the new Berserk adaptation, is to be anime guest of honour at September's MCM Scotland Comic Con. Kurosu will be presenting a panel on the Saturday of the Glasgow show, as well as meeting fans on both days of the event.
Reo Kurosu began his production career on the much-loved Fullmetal Alchemist series, and was an associate producer on 2011's feature-length Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos movie. While at Aniplex from 2004 to 2011, he also produced Studio Bones' dystopian sci-fi series No. 6, A-1 Pictures' popular comedy film Saint Young Men and collaborated with Cartoon Network on Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z.
Kurosu currently works at NBC Universal Entertainment Japan, where he has produced both swashbuckling fantasy adventure The Heroic Legend of Arslan and bloodthirsty new action drama Berserk, the second TV adaptation of Kentaro Miura's classic dark fantasy manga and sequel to the Golden Age Arc film trilogy.
The multi-talented Kurosu also works as a music producer for various anime series, with credits including Studio Bones mecha show Eureka Seven and the remix CD for the theatrical animation of Taiyo Matsumoto’s Tekkonkinkreet, directed by none other than Michael Arias, our anime guest of honour at May's MCM London Comic Con.
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