Brandon McInnis is coming to Otakon 2023 as a Guest

Brandon McInnis

Actor, singer and translator Brandon McInnis will be a guest at Otakon 2023, according to Otakorp Inc. He is known for voicing Sir Nighteye in “My Hero Academia”; Finral Roulacase in “Black Clover”; and Alear in “Fire Emblem: Engage!”

McInnis has played over 140 roles in anime and video games. Other notable roles include Gyutaro in “Demon Slayer”; Yuta in “SSSS.Gridman”; Milo in “Sabikui Bisco”; Astolfo in “The Case Study of Vanitas”; Kenshiro Daimon in “ODDTAXI”; Samon Goku in “Nanbaka”; Sonosuke Izayoi in “Danganronpa 3”; Ares in “Banished from the Hero’s Party”; Mangod (Hitogami) in “Mushoku Tensei”; Yūichirō Kurono (Uncle Reaper) in “Fire Force”; Xane in “Fire Emblem Heroes”; Featherlight in “World of Warcraft: Shadowlands”; Patrick Phelps in “Black Butler”; Ganos in “Dragon Ball Super” and many more.

Having collaborated musically with content creators such as AmaLee and Jonathan Young, he regularly posts both cover songs and originals on YouTube ( and Spotify (, including EPs of music originally from the anime “Given” and the “Kingdom Hearts” franchise.

Other notable roles include Iketeru in “Life Lessons with Uramichi-Oniisan”; Edward of Westminster in “Requiem of the Rose King”; Hirano in “Sasaki and Miyano”; Saku in “ACTORS: Song Connection”; Selen in “Show By Rock!!”; Yuta in “Stars Align”; Kanata in “Ensemble Stars!”; Shu Bi in “Back Arrow”; Al Lyon in “Appare-Ranman!”; Leonardo in “The Gymnastics Samurai”; Tsubasa (Kashiwagi’s Boyfriend) in “Kaguya-sama: Love is War”; Dellinger in “One Piece”; Makoto Teruhashi in “The Disastrous Life of Saiki K”; Count St. Germain in “Code: Realize”; and Keita Amano in “Gamers.”

Previously a software engineer, McInnis also holds a degree in Japanese and lived in Tokyo working as a translator. While he has interpreted for a variety of CEOs, musicians, and manga artists, one of his most cherished professional experiences has been to interpret on several occasions for Nobuo Uematsu, the famed “Final Fantasy” composer.

Otakon 2023 will be held from July 28 to July 30 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

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