Thank You

Thank you everyone that made this years event so special. We all had a great time. We will see you again next year for Simi Valley Toy and Comic Fest. Next event is Robo Toy Fest May 15th at the Pasadena Convention Center as well as Megabit Game Expo back here in Simi Valley Grand Vista September 11th .

Event Is Sunday Feb 6th

Simi Valley Toy and Comic Fest will take place Sunday, February 6th 2022 at the Grand Vista Hotel in Simi Valley, California.

Advance Tickets can be purchased online and available at the door – we happily accept cash or credit card onsite

Tickets available at the door

VIP early admission at 9am to the event. Enamel Pin, Gift bags and giveaways while supplies last.

– $20

General Admission after 10am Gift bags and giveaways while supplies last.

–  $10

Kids twelve and under are free!

Show Hours: 10am-5pm

Location: 999 Enchanted Way, Simi Valley, CA 93065

Guests at the Event

Avatar the Last Airbender reunion is going to be great.

Guests include Jack De Sena voice of Sokka , André Sogliuzzo. Andre voices Both Hakoda and King Bumi, and Greg Baldwin Uncle Iroh , Olivia Hack as Ty lee and Jessie Flower (aka Michaela Jill Murphy) as Toph Beifong. Keone Young as Jeong Jeong ,Jennnie Kwan as Suki, Grey Delisle as Azula and Phil Lamarr as Earth King Kuei.

Surprise Guest Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

A Los Angeles native, Phil is an alumnus of Yale University and The Groundlings Theater and is perhaps best known as one of the original cast members of MAD TV, “Hermes” on FUTURAMA,  “Marvin” in PULP FICTION, “Green Lantern” on JUSTICE LEAGUE and as the voice of SAMURAI JACK.

For over 30 years, Phil has thrilled audiences with his work on camera and behind the mic on TV shows such as STATIC SHOCK, FAMILY GUY, YOUNG JUSTICE, STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, THE FLASH, SUPERGIRL, GET SHORTY, LUCIFER, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM and VEEP; feature films like MADAGASCAR 2, INCREDIBLES 2, and THE LION KING (2019) and video games including FORTNITE, SHADOW OF MORDOR, and the METAL GEAR SOLID, 


His stage work includes productions with The Actor’s Gang, South  Coast  Repertory, Sacred  Fools  Theatre,  and  Phil also portrayed “Cowboy Curtis” in “The Pee-wee Herman Show” both on at The Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway and in  the  Emmy-nominated  HBO  special.  Currently, in  addition  to  writing  and  producing  the  animated  series  “GOBLINS,”(, Phil  is  performing  monthly  with  “THE  BLACK  VERSION” (,  appearing  in  Cartoon Network’s CRAIG OF THE CREEK, Netflix’s MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVELATION and THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT. 

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Reunion

We got a Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi reunion at the event as well. Cast mates Grey Delisele and Keone Young so we have an Avatar reunion and a Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Reunion all in one building!

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is an American animated television series created by Sam Register for Cartoon Network. Produced by Renegade Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, the series stars fictionalized and animated versions of the Japanese pop rock group Puffy AmiYumi. The series premiered on November 19, 2004 and ended on June 27, 2006, with a total of three seasons and 39 episodes, leaving a total of 34 episodes aired and five episodes unaired in North America.

Voices of

Grey Delisle

Keone Young

Guest Announcement Grey DeLisle

GREY is a Grammy – winning singer/ songwriter who is known as the most prolific voice actress in American animation history, having performed over 1500 cartoon voices since 1996. Grey is also a comedian who launched her first stand-up comedy special, “My First Comedy Special” which has received rave reviews. Grey’s most iconic roles include “Vicky” from “The Fairly Odd Parents,” ‘Samantha “Sam” Manson’ from “Danny Phantom,” ‘Mandy’ from “The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy,” ‘Frankie Foster,” ‘Dutchess’ and ‘Goo’ from “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends,” ‘Yumi Yoshimura’ from “Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi,” ‘Azula’ from “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” ‘Kimiko Tohomiko’ from “Xiaolin Showsown,” as well as ‘Lola,’ ‘Lana’ and ‘Lily Loud’ from the “Loud House” and ‘Prince Puppycorn’ from “Unikitty!.” She’s also been the voice of ‘Daphne Blake’ in “Scooby-Doo” cartoons since 2000. Her film roles include ‘Grandma Sanchez’ in “The Book of Life,” ‘Arcee’ in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Bumblebee” and ‘Setsu Oiwa’ in Studio Ghibli’s final film, “When Marnie Was There.” Grey is a single mom to her 3 kids and she’s basically kicking ass.

Guest Announcement Jennie Kwan 

Jennie Kwan began her life long career into show biz at the young age of eleven.  She performed in her first semi-professional gig with performing troupe Kids of the Century.  On a flight home from New York City after performing with the troupe, Jennie was discovered by a LA based talent agent.  

At eighteen, Jennie landed the role of “Kim” in the First National Broadway Tour of “Miss Saigon” after producer Mackintosh conducted a worldwide search to cast the role.  This launched her career into musical theatre.  Her extensive musical theatre credits include  “Kim” in “Miss Saigon” directed by Nicolas Hytner and composed by Alain Boubill and Claude-Michel Schonberg, Broadway National Tour of “Avenue Q” created by Bobby Lopez and Jeff Marx directed by Jason Moore, Original cast of “Bare” as Diane Lee directed by Kristen Hangii and composed by Damon Intrabartolo, Lead role as Lipoh in “Land of Smiles” directed by  Ted Braun and composed by Erin Kamler.  

She also has starred in select regional theatrical productions including “Blood Wedding” directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera and “Tea, the Musical” created by Velina Hasu Houston, directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera, composed by Nathan Wang.   For two years, Jennie traveled the country with “Faces of America,” a solo performance piece dealing with diversity and tolerance in America.  And Disney lovers have been fortunate enough to see Jennie ride the magic carpet as “Jasmine” in Disney’s musical spectacular, “Aladdin.” 

Jennie also has an array of credits in the television world.  She was introduced to television as the series regular Samantha Woo on “California Dreams” which aired on NBC for five years before moving into syndication for several more years.  Some of Jennie’s other television credits include “New Girl”, “Anger Management” opposite Charlie Sheen,  “Beverly Hills 90210”, “The Nanny” opposite Fran Drescher, “Family Matters”, and Oliver Stone’s mini series “Wild Palms”.

She has been privileged to work in the film world as well.  Some film credits include “Entourage” , “Promoted”,  “Trojan War” and film shorts include “Invasion of the Money $natchers” and “Play Time”.  Jennie was also a pioneer in the world of webisodes  as a series regular on “Fear of a Punk Planet,” created by Joe Escalante of “The Vandals” for Digital Entertainment Network.

Jennie has also lent her voice to the world of animation.  Fans around the world recognize her voice as “Suki” on Nickelodeon’s hit animated series “Avatar: The Last Air Bender,” as well as all the video games for the series. To add to her Nickelodeon credit, Jennie played “Bit Girl” in the animated pilot “Dr. Dee and Bit Boy.” She has also voiced characters and performed motion capture movement for the video game “True Crime Hong Kong”.   Jennie can be heard in a wide range of voice-acting projects including Eureka 7, BlazBlue, Rozen Maiden,Twinkle Toes, When They Cry, Accel World and many many  more.

Being no stranger to the music industry, Jennie was a member of Hollywood Records girl pop band Nobody’s Angel.  With recording their sophomore album, a development deal with ABC Family , and touring under their flashy belts- the band received a Gold Record for recording two songs on “The Princess Diaries” Soundtrack.  Today, Jennie continues to collaborate on different musical ventures and is a re-occuring member of high-energy Kids Pop band “Twinkle Time” as Priscilla Poodle.

In the present, Jennie resides in Los Angeles and continues to live “The Dream” with her quirky Brussels Griffon Calvin along with her awesome husband Matt.   She continues to work in all areas of the entertainment business as an actress, singer, voice over artist, and vocal coach.