this episode features
the talent of
(in order of appearance)
(The voice of warning, Wuye Shouwei, Mandarin director )
The Amazing Shawn Wen lends his voice as not only the forewarning of the show, but also as Wuye Shouwei- the deadly enforcer of the Chinese Vampires; THE JIANGSHI!
(Announcer, Co-Director, Co-Writer)
The Announcer for everyone's favorite station, WKNUT, is a staple of the show. You'll get used to him selling you wonderful items and teasing you about next week's Episode. His vocal stylings are provided by Mr. Keith Brooks.
(Victor Caine, Co-Director)
Victor Caine is the most famous police officer in all of monsterdom. A cyclops, A hell of a detective, and the protagonist of our story, Bob Carter is the voice of The Eye.
A powerful, intimidating, and criminal figure, Susanoo is a Japanese God...no hyperbole. As the leader or "kumicho" of the Yakuza...he is a prime suspect of Victor's investigation. But can Victor stand up to someone as powerful as Susanoo?
The Lieutenant of the Yakuza, Akateko is an extension of the samurai sword he carries. He is sharp, vicious, ferocious, and quick to action. With a red right hand (which happens to be scaly), he might prove to be a hurdle Victor finds difficulty in getting past. Albert Yoo paints the character with lethal strokes and intriguing shades.
(End Credits, Westbrook Von Vorhees)
Cory Di Mino
The most popular show in all of monsterdom is the radio sensation The Steven K. Greer Show. And the staple introduction, the tone that gets everyone excited about what'll happen next and the lovely timbre of Greer's sidekick is provided by the one and only Cory Di Mino.
Steven K. Greer
(Steven K. Greer)
What can we say about Steven K. Greer? No... seriously....what should we say here?
An experienced officer, and partner to Wolf, Druitt is a pale serpentine/reptillian demon but more importantly a New Yorker Through and Through. A bit of a smartass, a bit of a hardass, there's only one artist that could bring this character to life...the great Zachary Vaudo.
Lindsay Van Pelt
Xiangsheng is a mysterious character. Eyeless, Noseless, this interesting woman with only a mouth would be appealing enough...but she has a "nasty habit." Every time she speaks she tells part truth...and part lie. How will Victor tell the difference? Lindsay Van Pelt is breathtaking as this riddle of a character.
(Xiangtian, Heian De Puren)
It is a testament to Jack's talent that he can play such varying characters. Xiangtian is a jovial diner owner and cook, who happens to have his head in the middle of his stomach. Heian De Puren is the youngest of the Chinese Vampires...but is vicious and deadly nevertheless. We are thrilled to have Jack bring these characters to life.
Doris is a young waitress at Xiangtian's Diner. And with her youth comes a rambunctious quality. It is matched only by how remarkable she is. With her bird eyes and youthful disposition, Doris can remember everything she will ever see. Linda brings the character to life in an amazing and exciting way.
Perhaps not as collected as his father, Ye Wangzi, the prince of the Jiangshi...is just as deadly. He is emotional, lethal, terrifying, and briliantly executed by Thomas Trinh.
The king of the Jiangshi is perhaps more powerful than evil itself. He is an ancient vampire who does not entertain fools or make threats lightly. He is a being of his word and his word is strong. He is brought to life with chilling effect by the phenomenal actor Kurt Yue.