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LeetStreet Boys @ Delta H Con 2018


Otaku band LeetStreet Boys stormed into the anime convention scene in 2008 with their debut single and music video “Yuri The Only One.” The band went onto produce 3 albums spawning songs like “Cosplay Girlfriend”, “Guitar Hero Hero”, “She’s So Kawaii”, and “Imaginary Boys.” Additionally the group performed the theme song for the popular dating sim Roommates.

Their music has reached millions of views on social media, their music videos have been screened at anime festivals worldwide and on Japanese TV, and the group has performed at numerous anime conventions across North America. Most recently LeetStreet Boys began re-imagining and releasing new acoustic versions of their past favorites.

LeetStreet Boys is excited to share their excitement for anime, video games, cosplay, fandom and the otaku lifestyle with Delta H Con this summer!

L33TSTR33T BOYS Panel/Autograph Listing


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REAKT @ Delta H Con 2018


is a Japanese singer from Tokyo, Japan currently touring in
North America. His music is a mix of Japanese pop, EDM, Hip Hop, Kpop, and anime songs. REAKT has been a headliner/music guest at major music festivals for over 10 years along with artists such as Far East Movement, Girl’s Generation, Edison Chen, Eric Chow, Hyukoh, and more. He is also an organizer of music events ”Japan Night ”
and ”Asia Night” which have total of over 5000 attendees/followers in
North America. His musical purpose is to spread his sound and message to the world.

Facebook: facebook.com/officialreak
YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=y7zZdFrDfFs
Instagram: instagram.com/riuta_reakt
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/officialreakt
Contact: reaktofficialmusic@gmail.com
REAKT is a Japanese Singer making his first Houston appearance! Let us all welcome REAKT to Houston.

REAKT Panel/Autograph Listing

KAZHA @ Delta H Con 2018


is a Rock band formed by a singer/songwriter Kazuha Oda and a guitarist Hideki Matsushige.

Kazuha Oda is a classically trained singer born in Japan, spent her childhood in several different countries including Brazil. She started out as a solo singer and recorded over 20 different records/projects from classic to heavy metal music until now. Her music has appeared on the iTunes Top 100 charts of numerous countries for a significant amount of time. She has worked as a singer in various field of music industry in Japan, but her dream had always been to start a rock band that tours internationally.

Kazha released their first album “Overture” in 2010. Their first North America tour (includes Mexico) started at Asian Heritage Street Celebration in San Francisco playing with the Hip Hop group “Far East Movement”. Since then, the band have been touring around the world, including Europe and Asia appearing at various festivals and conventions. They also have been performing at local venues including The World Famous Whiskey A Go Go (Los Angeles) and RockHouseLive (Memphis), sharing stage with national artists/bands including George Lynch, Tracii Guns, Y&T, and Trapt.

They continue their musical adventure armed with their strong belief in their music and aspirations of achieving their goal. Their music combines the softness of a falling feather and the heaviness of a hurricane. Kazha represents a new future of the world music: a fusion of cultures and musical viewpoints that create their sound.

Kazha Panel/Autograph Listing

A.D. CRUIZE @ Delta H Con 2018

A D Cruize

began attending anime conventions around 2007 and has been involved in Steampunk since 2010. He has enjoyed presenting at pop-culture conventions since 2012 on a wide variety of topics that include sharing some of the understanding gained over 35+ years of experience as an industrial scientist in manufacturing environments. He has degrees in Physics and Math with some graduate work in Acoustics and is an active member of the Acoustical Society of America. Please feel free to approach him with questions on careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

MIMIRU COSPLAY @ Delta H Con 2018


is an international and multi-lingual cosplayer /costumer, published author, costume designer, pin-up model and Gamer based out of St. Louis. She grew up with an incredibly artsy background, loving theater and costumes the moment she could comprehend the world around her. She got into costuming, gaming and conventions when she was 12 and that love just continued to build over time through projects, friends and exciting travels. Her costumes and travels have granted her great opportunities and she has been invited to appear as a guest, panelist, a judge in multiple countries.

In college, she focused her studies around the cosplay community and Japanese culture; graduating with a BA in Anthropology and Japanese from Webster University. She lived in Osaka and studied at Kansai University for Japanese culture and language studies. During this time, Mimiru got the opportunity to get involved in various Japanese anime and cosplay festivals as a costumer, group member and judge.

In 2011 Mimiru got the amazing opportunity to participate in the AsiaNetwork Student-Faculty Fellowship research program with Webster University. She traveled to Japan for the first time (before living there for school a couple months later) and studied the March 2011 disasters and how the media/government covered and took care of the people after the devastation. The impact on the lives of the Japanese and the rest of the world was eye opening.

For 8 years Mimiru has also learned the study of Nihon Buyou, traditional Japanese dance and has had the opportunity to dance at multiple festivals in Japan and has performed at festivals in solo and group at the Japanese Botanical Gardens in St Louis.

Mimiru uses her experiences as a costumer, designer and Anthropologist to help others in the community and to try to help bring more positivity and awareness. Her panels include cosplay tips and tricks, acting exercises, theatrical performances, and many topics on cosplay and the community. Her panel “Controversies in the Cosplay Community” has opened up opportunities for cosplayers and convention goers to discuss in an open forum various issues such as body image/shaming, disabilities, bullying and how to minimize it in the community, sexism, racism, and other harmful stereotypes. She strives to help create an open and accepting community for cosplayers, congoers and people alike!

She has also written and had several stories published for a textbook written for a Japanese college English studies curriculum. The book is called Modern English Fairy Tales (現代の英語おとぎ話) and is sold in Kinokuniya bookstore.

Other experiences include judging for cosplay contests (performance and craftsmanship), teaching sewing techniques at various shops and sewing clubs as a guest, & appearing in the upcoming steampunk webseries Antediluvian by RetroHawk Productions.