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We speak to voice actor Ian Sinclair of the Adult Swim hit ‘Space Dandy’

Niche celebs draw crowds at this weekend’s Florida Anime Experience

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Continuity in the Space Dandy universe
“I view this show as an art piece … every single [episode] is a beautiful, complete and self-contained homage to a different style, to its own type of animation, to its own type of storytelling. It’s a beautiful art piece; each episode is its own gem. … Since nobody knows what is happening or what’s coming, the theories the kids come up with online are amazing.

“The brilliant thing about Dandy is that there’s an episode for everyone. Every single episode is so different … it’s a show that I don’t believe can be pigeonholed.”

Attending fan conventions
“I love them. I started going to conventions as a kid. I’m a nerd – I’m currently wearing a Spider-Man shirt, one of many that I own. I’ve been going to cons since I was a kid, so it was cool when I started going to them as a guest. I have no problems sharing about the process; I enjoy talking about voice acting. I’m kind of a voice acting nerd. I love all the technicalities of it. It’s an art form and it’s cool to talk about it. Normally you record something and can’t talk about it for six months … I’m getting pretty instant feedback at the cons, and it’s amazing to hear what people like about it, how they view the story. And I nerd out with them. We have some really, really smart fans.”

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