Welcome to MTAC Dueling Dragon Interviews Week! Every day this week, we’ll be uploading a new interview that we did during MTAC Dueling Dragons from earlier this year. Today, we’ve got our interview we did alongside The Side Quest Podcast for Justin Cook! Here’s what MTAC had on their webpage about him:

Justin Cook began work in Anime dubbing more than 20 years ago as the ADR engineer on Dragon Ball Z. Since then he has voice directed episodes of Dragon Ball, Yu Yu Hakusho, Fruits Basket, Kiddy Grade, and the features Mass Effect: Paragon Lost & Strike Witches: The Movie. He has worked as a Producer since 2003 and has produced hundreds of duds, including the 2019 theatrical film Dragon Ball Super: Broly. His voice acting work includes the characters Eijiro Kirishima in My Hero Academia, Hatsuharu Sohma in Fruits Basket, Chiba from Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, Captains Bellamy & Kid in One Piece, and Raditz, Super Buu & Dende in the Dragon Ball franchise, as well as Yusuke Urameshi in Yu Yu Hakusho.



We want to thank Justin and once again for taking the time to chat with us! And you can find all the places where Justin is by checking out him online at:

Plus, a big thank you to MTAC for both letting us have the chance to chat, but also credit for the photos and convention logo used.

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OSMinterview! Justin Cook @ MTAC Dueling Dragons
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