About Kristen


Kristen McGuire

Kristen McGuire is a professional voice actor, ADR Director and Script Adapter. When it comes to voice work, Kristen has worked on over 200 different titles, and she is most well known for her work as Milim Nava in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a SlimeIsabel in Attack on Titan: No Regrets, Ruri in Dr. Stone, Tatami Nakagame and Tamashiro in My Hero Academia, Yu in Fire Force, Senko in The Helpful Fox Senko-san, Young Nora in RWBY, Hinano Kurahashi in Assassination Classroom, Yui in Bofuri, Cinnamon in Nekopara, Yume Minami in SSSS.DYNAZENON, and Yuuko (AKA Slug Girl) in Junji Ito: Collection. She has also provided voices for several video games, including Shiro in Tower of Fantasy, Yuka, Wenjing, Daisuke, and Mizusu in Genshin Impact, Lucia in Punishing: Gray Raven, Flora in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Mother Fearest in Borderlands 3: Psycho Krieg and the Fantastic Fustercluck, Chibi Arachne, Discordia Lunar Moth, and Charbydis 2.0 in Smite, Fae and Etheldred in Battle Axe, and Sarah Ridley in Xeno Crisis, and many more!

As a script writer, she has adapted several titles for English, including but not limited to Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Love Live! Sunshine!, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Highschool DXD Hero, The Helpful Fox Senko-san, Astra: Lost in Space, Wonder Egg Priority, as well as many others. Her ADR director credits include Citrus, Tsukigakirei, and Gamers! And she has also served as an assistant director on many other different titles.

For a complete resume of Kristen’s work, you can also check out her Anime News Network page or her iMDB



28 Responses to About Kristen

  1. Marcia Elston says:

    you made a manga style drawing of my daughter at the denton mini acon. could you do one from a photo and color it if so how much wold this cost. It’s an idea for a gift for both my daughter and her manga-crazed friend! thanks – marci elston

  2. I read Enchanted #1 and it was very good. I wish I would have bought them all when I was there. I’ll buy them online once I get my new debt card πŸ™‚

    • Thank you! We sold out of Chapters 1 and 2. I will restock in time for AnimeFest as well. You can order online at comixpress.com. Just a note though that its print on demand, so it takes about a month or more for them to print it and ship it to you. Thanks for buying my work!

  3. Hannah says:

    I was wondering, what color are Brooke’s skirt and socks/shoes in Enchanted? I bought Enchanted at AnimeFest 2011 and A-Kon 2012 and I want to cosplay as Brooke at AnineFest 2012. Thanks. πŸ™‚

  4. Man with the duct tape hat says:

    I just got done reading every manga page on your site, and I can’t wait to see more. I haven’t found a good place for the picture you drew of me just yet, but I will eventually. I hope your voice acting career goes well and that I see an entry for you over at the “Behind the Voice Actors” website.

    • Thanks so much! I really liked your duct tape hat. Very creative. =) I hope to be on Behind the Voice Actors as well. Hopefully with enough dedication and practice I will continue to improve. Thanks for checking out my site!

  5. Lindsey Mason says:

    I wanted to thank you for your art. I seen you at Comic Con Tyler. My daughter was very pleased with the drawing you did of her. I purchased one of the large pictures like the one on your business cards. I have had more positive comments than I can remember. It is now proudly framed and hanging in my home.

  6. We would love you to be a part of Helio Con on January 26th, 2014. For more information, go to http://www.helio-con.com or contact the planning committee at ragwad@gmail.com

    Thanks for your time and consideration.

    Geoff Dennis

  7. Sam says:

    I know you probably don’t have time to reply to this but I was just wondering if you have any tips on creating your own manga and becoming an artist professionally; I’m very serious about getting into the anime/manga world as a career but have no clue where to go or how to get there and any advice would mean the world =^.^=

    • Hi Sam,

      Thanks for checking out my page! One tip that I give everyone is that to be a comic book artist, you have to draw a comic book. I’m sure you’re reading this and saying, “Well, duh!” but I’ve seen a lot of portfolios of comic artists over the years that didn’t have a single page of comics in it. Pin ups are fun to draw, but telling a story with panels is a lot different than drawing a pretty picture. A great book that I recommend is “Draw Manga” by Bruce Lewis. It is one of the best manga drawing books I’ve ever read.

      Anyway, don’t be afraid to start small. Decide that maybe you’ll make a ten page story. It can be about whatever you want. I like to write my stories first, complete thumbnails, and then do the pencils based off of my already completed thumbnails. Then you can ink or tone those (I use Manga Studio EX 5) or just ink it with some Micron pens. I use Ka-Blam to print my books because they are Print on Demand and don’t require a minimum order amount. Then you buy a table at an upcoming convention and start selling your wares.

      Really though, just completing a comic is a step in the right direction. Every page you draw will help you practice and become better, so don’t give up! I hope that helps!

  8. Stephanie Hankins says:

    I am so proud of you. I still have your enchanted comic you autographed for my son when you worked at Mothers.

  9. Jenn says:

    How many books did you print for your first convention? What was the next step after that?

    • Hi! I printed 60 copies for our first convention. We didn’t sell but about 25 or 30, so I had a little stock left over for the next con. After that we would always reorder so we would have at least 50 comics on hand. I usually did this with the money that we made from sales. Once you get a little bit of a fan base going you can sell prints and buttons with your comic characters on them and get a little extra income that way.

  10. cheyenne says:

    someone said to me that you teach people how to draw anime if so can you tell me when and where your next drawing classes are

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  12. Jennie Evans says:

    Hi Kristen,
    We’d love to have you come and do a drawing class for our Tweens this Summer. Are you available and would you be interested? If you are, I can send you the details.

    Jennie Evans
    Youth Services Manager
    Flower Mound Public Library

  13. Hi Kristen. Loving your artwork so far. πŸ™‚ I hope some of the conventions in ohio will invite you over someday. Would love to meet you.

  14. DragZilla Cano says:

    Hi Kristen, I am a game developer, I was wondering if I could use one of your sprite characters, I don’t know the name of your sprite character, I saw it on Deviant art..she has light brown hair, she has a pony tail hairstyle with a purple ribbon matching with her purple shirt, she has white earrings and I can’t tell if she has very light green eyes or gray eyes. I wanna ask you permission first before I use it. contact me if you can πŸ™‚

    – DragZilla

    • Hi Dragzilla,

      I apologize for taking so long to get back to you, somehow this comment has been marked as spam by WordPress. Unfortunately I am going to have to say no. I would suggest actually hiring a sprite artist, there are many quality artists for hire in the deviant art forums. Not only will you be able to get a character tailored specifically to your game, you can get several characters so all of the art will match. I hope that helps and best of luck on your venture!

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