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Welcome to my quiz results page. This section features the results from every quiz I've ever taken. 10 quiz results are listed per page, in reverse chronological order.

Result Posted on 02/20/07:

Johnny Yong Bosch’s Biography

Date of birth: January 6, 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri

Occupation: Editing, Casting, Production, Directing, Writing, Stunts, Acting, Producing

Accents: Scottish, Australian, Middle Eastern, Irish, British, Texan

Performance Skills: Firearms, Stage Combat, Singing, Diving, Voiceover, Host, Stunts, Martial Arts

Musical Instruments: Bass Guitar, Guitar  

I am actually fairly ashamed that I haven’t featured this voice actor on my site before this time. Johnny is honestly one of the most talented voice actors I have ever seen and probably with ever see. His ability to bring emotions of all sorts to his characters is simply astounding. I knew he would be one of my all time favorites from the moment I heard him portray Vash the Stampede and switch between a goof and a tragic character in the frame of one line.

Johnny also plays guitar in the band Eyeshine. If you’re interested in learning more about Eyeshine feel free to click on his photo above to see the official site for the group.

And wow…am I the only person who didn’t realize that he played Adam the Black Power Ranger and Green Turbo Power Ranger? I just discovered this while looking up his information for this profile. See…even I learn new things doing these little profiles!

How did you get into anime (voice acting)? “As far as doing voice-overs? Yeah. Well, what happened is I did an independent film with some guys-Koichi Sakamara, I don't know if you know those guys but one of the producers was actually involved with Pioneer and doing animation. So, what happened was during the actual shoot of our independent film the sound guy messed everything up as far as sound and recorder so we had to redub the whole movie, so the producer that does anime as well heard me and he was like "Well, I think you have kind of a hero voice." Okay, whatever that is. And so he said "I'm gonna get you an audition for something I want you to come in." And it was for Trigun. At the time I believe they had somebody else that might have started already. So then I got that I guess as kind of fluke.”

So when you develop a character do you like watching the series first to get an idea of the character? “You know it all really happens on the spot. For instance when I go to an audition most of the time I really don't know what it’s for and I go in and then either I see a picture or I don't. Most of the time they give you a little thing that describes the character, and from there you just kind of have to figure out is he gonna be older with a deeper voice? Is he gonna be kinda wild and crazy or younger, so it’s all kinda once I get in there. Of course if they do show a picture that helps a lot and if they do have the Japanese I try as best as I can to kind of emulate that same tone that the Japanese voice actor did. Mainly because I think that’s what the audience would want as well without copying him exactly. Still be creative in my own sense, but I know and understand the hardest part I think as an American or English speaking voice actor is that when we say something in English it doesn't sound nearly as cool as it does when your speaking Japanese. Like I can say (mustering his bad ass voice)"I'm gonna use this pencil right now" you know "and write something" and it sounds stupid ok? But in Japanese it’s all like (in angry psuedo Japanese male voice Johnny imitates the pencil line, which sounds convincingly like the real thing) you know and it's like "Holy crap that was cool! Hey!" So I think as far as dialect Japanese is gonna sound cooler. But I think as an actor you gotta help the fans out a little bit you know? At least cross over.”

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Akira as Shotaro Kaneda
  • BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad as Saku
  • Bleach as Ichigo Kurosaki
  • Daphne in the Brilliant Blue as Jonouchi
  • Eureka 7 as Renton Thurston
  • Fullmetal Alchemist as Lujon (ep 35)
  • Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo as Albert
  • Gate Keepers as Reiji Kageyama
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex as J • D (ep 9)
  • GUNxSWORD as Michael
  • Heat Guy J as Claire Leonelli
  • Last Exile as Claus Valca
  • Mars Daybreak as Gram River
  • Mirage of Blaze as Kotaro Fuuma
  • Naruto as Genma Shiranui; Shigure
  • Paradise Kiss as Hiroyuki Tokumori
  • Planetes as Kyuutarou Hoshino
  • Please Twins! as Maiku Kamishiro
  • Saiyuki Reload as Rampa (ep. 4)
  • Samurai Champloo as Shinsuke (ep 7)
  • Trigun as Vash the Stampede
  • Witch Hunter Robin as Haruto Sakaki
  • Wolf's Rain as Kiba

Result Posted on 02/19/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Enjo kosai (援助交際), or "dating for assistance", is a practice in Japan where high school-aged girls are paid by older men to accompany them on dates and sometimes to render sexual services. Most observers, especially overseas, regard it as a form of child prostitution, although it need not involve sexual activities; it often does not even involve kissing or holding hands. Enjo kōsai is linked with the consumerist kogal subculture. It appeared after the end of the 1980s economic boom, and many observers believe that it serves as a way for young girls to preserve the lifestyle of that era, despite their families' more difficult financial situations.

Result Posted on 02/18/07:

Richard Ian Cox’s Biography

Date of birth: October 3, 1973 in St. Asaph, Wales, UK


Other Names: Richard Cox

Occupation: Voice Actor/Actor


Oddly enough this voice actor first drew my attention not as a voice actor but as a TV actor in which a certain teenage girl obsessed over for years. Mainly because I was a big horse fan and he was starring in the Family Channel’s Adventures of the Black Stallion! He’s also done multiple appearances on Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Outerlimits, and E.R among other shows. But of course I became even more thrilled as the anime fan in me realized this was the fantastic voice actor portraying Inuyasha on my TV every night of the week on Adult Swim! ^^

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Dragon Drive as Kouhei Toki
  • Galaxy Angel as Jonathan; Normad
  • Galaxy Angel Z as Jonathan; Normad; Bully; Contestant; Press Conference Reporter; Referee
  • Green Legend Ran (OAV) as Rulo
  • Hamtaro as Sabu
  • Human Crossing as Kazuya; Man at Party C; Yoshio Wakabayashi
  • Infinite Ryvius as Gran McDaniel; Impulse XO
  • Inu Yasha as Inuyasha; Buyo/Kagome's Cat; Young Inuyasha
  • Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time as Inu-Yasha
  • Inuyasha the Movie 2: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass as Inuyasha
  • InuYasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler as Inuyasha
  • Inuyasha the Movie 4: Fire on the Mystic Island as Inuyasha
  • MegaMan NT Warrior as NoodleMan
  • Monkey Magic as Redchimp; Sansoh
  • Mobile Suit Gundam as Kai Shiden
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Seed as Tolle Koening; Shani Andras
  • Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (Boy-Type)
  • Transformers: Cybertron as Scattorshot
  • Trouble Chocolate as Cacao
  • Rockman.EXE Axess as BurnerMan (eps 59, 61); NoodleMan (ep 31)
  • Zoids/ZERO as Bit Cloud
  • X-Men Evolution as Quicksilver

Result Posted on 02/14/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Ecchi (エッチ etchi) is an English word deriving from a Japanese word meaning "lewd" or "naughty" when used as an adjective, and can refer to a pervert or sexual intercourse when used as a noun. It is universally agreed that the origin of the Japanese word is the English letter "H". The most common theory states that it derives from the first character of the word hentai (変態). In English, the word is often used in the context of manga and anime. The term ecchi is applied to anime or manga that has vague sexual content (such as skimpy clothing, partial or full nudity), but does not show sexual intercourse. However, ecchi has historically often been used as a synonym of hentai, presumably due to confusion of the two; thus it can carry different connotations than allowed for by the original Japanese. The ecchi art style is loosely comparable to pin-up girl artwork, as well provocative fantasy and comic book art in the United States and other countries.

Result Posted on 02/13/07:

Toshihiko Seki’s Biography

Date of birth: June 11, 1962 in Tochigi, Japan

Blood Type:A

Other Names:Family name (in kanji): 関 - Given name (in kanji): 俊彦

Occupation: Voice Actor/Singer


Special Request Voice Actor

I’m quite familiar with the works of this requested voice actor! Over the years he’s made it a habit of portraying side characters that are fundamentally important to the creation of the main characters story. I’m sure if you recognize any of the animes below you’ll understand what I mean. I mean for a character who essentially only had one line in Fruits Basket of Momiji’s Father…his voice and line are ones that I will never forget.

Of course he’s done some main character acting as well but I guess I’m a sucker for falling for the side characters. Though I admit his portrayal of Sanzo in Saiyuki is definitely one of the main reasons I’m so addicted to that anime series. He truly possesses an amazing ability to bring emotion and lack of emotion into every character he represents.

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Angel Cop as Tachihara
  • Angelique as Luva
  • Baby Felix as Felix
  • Bastard!! as Karu Su
  • Biohunter as Komada
  • Bleach as Shiba Kaien
  • Case Closed as Teruhiko Kasuda (ep 72)
  • Descendants of Darkness as Yutaka Watari
  • F as Gunma Akagi
  • Final Fantasy: Unlimited as Cid
  • Flag as Nobel
  • Fruits Basket as Momiji's Father
  • Fullmetal Alchemist as Belshio (eps 11-12)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula as Bleed Kaga
  • Gakuen Tokusou Hikaruon as Hikaru Shihodo
  • Higurashi no Naku Koro ni as Kyosuke Irie
  • Inu Yasha as Garamaru
  • Karura Mau as Shinguuji
  • Kiddy Grade as Franz (ep 13)
  • Knight Hunters Eternity as Knight
  • Legend of Crystania as Nursel
  • Legend of the Galactic Heroes as Fügenberch
  • Mai-Otome as Rad
  • MÄR as Danna
  • Meine Liebe as Ludwig
  • Mirage of Blaze as Takaya Ohgi
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Seed as Rau Le Creuset; George Allster
  • Nadia - Secret of Blue Water as Fejto
  • Naruto as Iruka Umino
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion as Asuka's father
  • Nightwalker as Beito
  • Ninja Scroll as Aizen
  • Outlaw Star as Fred Luo; Ark Manaf
  • Paranoia Agent as Maniwa
  • Please Save My Earth as Mikuro
  • RahXephon as Makoto Isshiki
  • Ranma ½ as Mousse
  • Rave Master as Shuda
  • Reign: The Conqueror as Alexander
  • Saint Seiya as Fenril
  • Saiyuki as Genjo Sanzo; Konzen Douji
  • Samurai Deeper Kyo as Benitora
  • Shonen Onmyouji as Yukinari Fujiwarano
  • Silent Möbius as Genvara
  • Trigun as Legato Bluesummers
  • Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (movie) as Grove
  • Violinist of Hamelin (movie) as Raiel
  • X (movie) as Shougo
  • Zatch Bell as Aporo

Result Posted on 02/12/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Cosplay (コスプレ) is a contraction of the English words "costume" and "play", is a Japanese subculture centered on dressing as characters from manga, anime, tokusatsu, and video games, and, less commonly, Japanese live action television shows, fantasy movies, or Japanese pop music bands. However, in some circles, "cosplay" has been expanded to mean simply wearing a costume. In Japan, "cosplay" as a hobby is usually an end unto itself. Likeminded people gather to see others' costumes, show off their own elaborate handmade creations, take lots of pictures, and possibly participate in best costume contests.

Cosplay can be seen at public events such as video game shows, as well as at dedicated cosplay parties at nightclubs or amusement parks. It is not unusual for Japanese teenagers to gather with like-minded friends in places like Tokyo's Harajuku district to engage in cosplay. Since 1998, Tokyo's Akihabara district has contained a large number of cosplay cafés, catering to devoted anime and cosplay fans. The waitresses at such cafés dress as game or anime characters; maid costumes are particularly popular.

Result Posted on 02/11/07:

Atsuko Tanaka’s Biography

Date of birth: November 14, 1962 in Gunma, Japan

Blood Type:O

Other Names:Family name (in kanji): 田中 Given name (in kanji): 敦子

Occupation: Voice Actor/Singer/Dancer


Ah one of my truly favorite voice actresses! I don’t know why I’ve taken so long to actually do a profile on Tanaka other than laziness! This lady has one of the best voices I’ve ever heard in a voice acting career. She tends to voice independent, strong, self assured women and trust me she does it amazingly well. I was first introduced to her as the voice of the Major on Ghost in the Shell and she truly captured the role perfectly! More recently I’ve been thrilled by her abilities playing Kurara in Utewarerumono. Just another strong and fierce character with a silly side to her this role just once again showed what a powerful actress she really is.

And I’m certain that those of you who watch anime in Japanese will recognize her from more than one of her amazing roles over the past decade!

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Agent Aika as Nena Hargen
  • Angel Links as Valeria
  • Angelique as Dia
  • AWOL - Absent WithOut Leave as Dana
  • Battle Programmer SHIRASE as Kotoe Amano
  • Berserk as Suran
  • Black Cat as Echidna
  • Black Jack as Abumaru
  • Blue Seed as Mother Kanbayashi
  • Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002 as Matsumoto Kaori
  • Chouja Reideen as Reiko Amakai
  • Cowboy Bebop as Coffee
  • Ergo Proxy as Lacan
  • Fate/stay night as Caster
  • Fushigi Yuugi as Soi
  • Ghost in the Shell (movie) as Major Motoko Kusanagi
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex as Motoko Kusanagi; Chroma (ep 9)
  • Gravitation as Kaoruko (ep 1)
  • Hataraki Man as Maiko Kaj
  • Hoop Days as Kyoko Himuro
  • Legend of Himiko as Fujina
  • Magic User's Club as Saki Sawanoguchi
  • Macross 7 the Movie: The Galaxy's Calling Me! as Margarita
  • Mahou Shoujo Tai Arusu as Ateria
  • Megami Paradise as Mamamega
  • Mirage of Blaze: Rebels of the River Edge as Dashi
  • Mobile Suit Victory Gundam as Yuka Myras
  • Monster as Margott
  • Noein - to your other self as Miyuki Gotou
  • Outlaw Star as Valeria
  • RahXephon as Sayoko Nanamori
  • Reign: The Conqueror as Cassandra
  • Soukou no Strain as Medlock
  • Trigun as Claire
  • Utawarerumono as Karura
  • Wolf's Rain as Jagara
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! as Imori Hajime
  • Yukikaze as Marnie

Result Posted on 02/10/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Bunkobon (文庫本) is a popular Japanese A6 book format. They are designed to be affordable and portable. They are sometimes illustrated, and (like other Japanese paperbacks) usually have a dust wrapper over a plain cover. Not only novels but also many manga are released in bunkobon format. They are used for similar purposes as Western mass market paperbacks: for cheaper editions of books that have already been published as hardbacks. However, they are typically printed on durable paper and durably bound.

Result Posted on 02/08/07:

Yamaguchi Kappei’s Biography

Date of birth: May 23, 1965 in Fukuoka, Japan

Blood Type:B

Other Names:Mitsuo (光雄) Yamaguchi (山口) Kyōya Ushiku (牛久京也)

Occupation: Voice Actor/Singer  

Since he is currently the third most prolific voice actor in Japan I could not help but do a listing for Yamaguchi. Especially since he’s currently voicing the amazing character of L in the anime version of Death Note!

I’m quite fond of this voice actor even though he tends to do more side characters than main characters. But oddly enough those characters have stuck in my mind almost as much as my fave bishies! LoL Did I mention he’s also the voice actor for Inuyasha? ^^

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Beyblade as Michael
  • Captain Tsubasa as Shester
  • Case Closed as Shin'ichi Kudo; Kaito Kid/Kaito Kuroba
  • Cowboy Bebop as Rhint (ep 10)
  • Death Note as L
  • Devil Hunter Yohko as Wakabayashi Osamu
  • Eden's Bowy as Jorrne
  • Escaflowne: The Movie as Shesta
  • Eyeshield 21 as Raimon Tarou
  • Fire Emblem as Julian
  • Gravitation as Ryuichi Sakuma
  • Inu Yasha as Inuyasha
  • Jigoku Shoujo as AD (ep 20)
  • Kaleido Star as Master Linn
  • Kiba as Hugh
  • Keroro Gunso as Tororo
  • Mobile Fighter G Gundam as Sai Saici
  • One Piece as Usopp; Matsuge
  • Paradise Kiss as Tsutomu Yamaguchi
  • Peacemaker Kurogane as Shinpachi Nagakura
  • Pokemon as Tooru
  • Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (Male)
  • Samurai X: The Motion Picture as Yasuharu Musashino
  • Silent Möbius as Flex
  • The Law of Ueki as Hideyoshi
  • The Twelve Kingdoms as Rokuta
  • Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files as Jin
  • Zenki as Little Zenki

Result Posted on 02/05/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Bentō (弁当 or べんとう) is a single-portion takeout meal common in Japanese cuisine. A traditional bento consists of rice, fish or meat, and one or more pickled or cooked vegetables as a side dish. Containers range from disposable mass produced to hand crafted lacquerware. While bento are readily available at convenience stores and bento shops (弁当屋, bentō-ya) throughout Japan, it is still considered an essential skill of a Japanese housewife to be able to prepare an appealing boxed lunch. Bento can be very elaborate, aesthetically pleasing cuisine arrangements. Often the food is arranged in such a way as to resemble other objects: dolls, flowers, leaves, and so forth. Girlfriends often prepare bentōs for their male partner.

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