Black Hills Con is proud to announce that all of the following guests will be coming in person to BHC 2021
Christina Kelly is an American actress and voice actress for Sentai Filmworks and Funimation Entertainment.
Christina attended the University of Houston’s School of Theatre and Dance, and graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. In Houston Texas she's appeared on stage at A.D. Players, Unity Theatre and The Catastrophic Theatre. Christina is also represented by The Pastorini Bosby Agency. Some of her roles in anime include Nanami in The Pet Girl of Sakurasou, Saya in BanG Dream, Koko Kaga in Golden Time, Ichika Takatsuki in Waiting in the Summer, Claudine Saijo in Revue Starlight, Iroha Igarashi in Real Girl, Yamato in Kancolle, Run Jewelria in To Love-Ru, Sylphonford Tachibana in Himouto! Umaru-chan,Yamato in Kancolle, Loki in Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon?, Satone Shichimiya in Love Chunibyo and Other Delusions- Heart Throb, Mine in Akame Ga Kill and Alice Nakiri in Food Wars! which was featured on Adult Swims Toonami. Behind the Voice Actors nominated Christina for Breakthrough Voice Actress of the year in 2015 and 2017 for Best Supporting Role in Himouto Umaru-Chan.
Follow Christina on Instagram @itschristinakelly and Twitter @ChristinaMarieK
Tom Rasch is an accomplished Marvel Comics artist, concept artist for video game/film projects, and content creator.
Tom is currently building his brand and library of comic book character intellectual properties. The first of these called Black Alpha was published in USA Today. Tom's other characters Salem Tusk and The Bondsman are both in development as movie projects.
Semetary Cosplay is a Colorado based cosplayer who has been cosplaying since 2006. With well over 250 hand-made cosplays, Semetary participates in all fandoms ranging from anime, scifi, Disney, to even Broadway. He is a
representative of the LGBTQ+ and as a trans cosplayer he travels to cons fighting for equality.
FB: Semetary Cosplays
Rose started cosplaying back in 2013.
I'll never forget the feeling I had at that first convention, it became an obsession to me so fast. The cosplays went from just one - to two, three, and more. They got more intricate, more bold. I started to step outside of my comfort zone. Soon people started cosplaying their own original characters, which inspired me to change my entire brand and bloom completely. Now I use it as a way to help with so much more than what's on the surface. My goal is to spread joy, give love, and bring the anime community together.