Hi there, Just want to say I will always support Vic. Through thick and thin, I will always be a Risembool Ranger. Vic has helped me and my friends through hard times. Bit by bit, I will pay this debt back.
I was at several conventions where Vic was and I have given him a couple gifts like a Dark AMV and a pic I had drawn of Ed throwing a dodgeball at Roy. He loved them and every kiss and hug I have gotten from Vic I cherish because I didn't come from an affectionate family and I his characters and his encouragement at those conventions saved my life on countless occasions and if there is a way I can return the favor for him I want too. I was at Izumicon and ACen and many others that he was at. He sang Happy Birthday to me as Dark from DN Angel and it is still to this day the best birthday present I have EVER gotten. We love you Vic. I stand with you Vic as does my husband. My son loves your characters and wants to meet you. Keep the faith Vic!
Hey Vic, I managed to get some spare time. I wanted to tell you that YOU are the legendary super saiyan, your power knows no bounds and always comes back from the brink. Take care broly and I wish you the best. P.S Real stuff though Vic you are an awesome lad, wish I had the funds back in august to visit kamehacon. I would have given thee biggest hug this side of the galaxy. Stay strong!!
I met Vic at a Winnipeg Comicon probably about 3 years ago now and it was my first time ever going to a convention, my first time meeting one of my favorite voice actors and my first time showing my own project/indie game at a convention. Meeting Vic is something that I think about all the time as I took a huge leap out of my comfort zone to not only say hi to someone I looked up to but to meet them in person without being shy and anxious. I grew up with my twin brother watching FMA brotherhood and the original FMA and meeting Vic was a dream come true. I just want to wish Vic the best in all his endeavors and I hope the future is bright for him and all he does. Thank you for being such an amazing human on this planet. You are incredible! To the humans that run his fanclub you are incredible too! -Brendan "Prazon" Miller-Young
Vic, I loved your work in Full Metal and Persona as well as many others I'm sure. I just wanted to wish you the best, and to tell you to keep your head high and to stay strong.
Psalm 23 1 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. 4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff, they comfort me. 5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies; Thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.
God Bless, Matt Ingram
Mr. Mignogna, I know you meet fans all over the world, thousands a year, but I met you a few years back and I want to thank you. It was 2015 or 2016 in Atlanta, I can't remember the convention but it was either Dragoncon or Anime Weekend Atlanta. I met you in an elevator, I was in a lot of pain due to some disabilities and you noticed and struck up a conversation asking if I was ok. I told you about my physical problems and how I wanted to power through it because I was with my friends and surrounded by people like me, anime fans. I didn't immediately recognize who you were but you listened and asked if you could pray for me. I told you I wasn't very religious but if you wanted to pray for me you could. You shook my hand and introduced yourself to me, I told you I was a big fan and apologized for not recognizing you and you laughed with me. The doors opened and we went our separate ways. I have never forgotten that meeting. Meeting you has been one of the highlights of my life and your encouragement that day has helped me get through many things with my health as well as giving me the courage to ask the woman I love to marry me (she said yes by the way). We both want you to know we are always sending you positive energy and want you to know we and all your fans thank you for everything you do. Anime is one of the things we bonded over as a couple, we even named our pets after characters (a cat named Goku and we'll be naming our dog Broly once we adopt him) so it is close to our hearts. I know you get many fan letters but I felt in light of all the events going on I had to let you know that your fans are sending you prayers and positive energy. We hope to see you at another convention so we can thank you in person for being amazing. We love you Vic.
Hey Vic, I would love to know more about the Star Trek Continues episode The White Iris. I'm curious about who wrote that episode and why. I found, overall, as a very touching episode and an exploration of Kirk's psyche. In TOS, Kirk is always presented as able to overcome love of women because he is married first to his ship, it is his first love, but this episode explores a deeper sense of sacrifice and loss. I'm especially interested in the last segment that involved, unspoken, Miramanee's daughter. An interesting choice, since Miramanee herself indicated she expected to have a son. I would love to hear the thoughts of the author of that segment on that choice. Anyway, thank you for completing the series and for producing this. It really meant a lot to me, more than I dare say in an email.
I first met Vic in one of my first times I attended a con. I drew him a cat Edward Elric in a blue Star trek uniform (cause we all know what happens to most red shirts) and was too shy to go up during the panel to hand it over. Before Vic left, he made time to receive the drawing, told me he liked it, and hurried off. It still made me incredibly happy. I was a preteen/early teen then and now, as a 22 year old woman, I still love everything about that encounter. I adore Tamaki, Ed, Spirit Albarn, so many characters but most importantly I love the kind man behind them. I hope to draw something for you again. Certain anime helped me when I was a teenager connect with friends I still have today that I wouldn't trade for anything, who helped me in my darkest times. One of which, whom I talk to every day, we both worry about you and wish you and your family well. Stay safe, Vic.
I just wanted to say that your work across the years has helped me so much. At one point I was going through a time where I felt terrible and alone, and the characters you voiced were the only ones who could bring me laughter. Whether I laughed at Tamaki or Edward, or awed at Broly's strength, it was incredible. So thank you for breathing life into so many great characters, and please know that what you do has helped me and I'm sure many others in many ways. You're an incredible voice actor and I will continue to support you in any way I can.
Vic Mignogna was the very first voice actor I ever met. It was in Banzaicon (South Carolina), I'm a very reclusive person, so talking to anyone is very tough. I've never met any kind of celebrity before, so I was nervous at first. He geniuinely looked so happy to meet everyone, and all of the interactions between fans were mutual. The guy was just beaming with positive energy. When it was my turn to meet him, Vic was SUPER nice, my nervousness just disappeared like that! He signed my con badge and I got to have a picture taken with him holding a little Keldeo figure. I'd love to meet him again, and I'm glad he was the first VA to meet. I'm rooting for you, Vic!