Last year I tried doing a series of posts that would cover each day of Anime Expo, but that failed quickly! The thing is, it’s not really an organized thing to go to an anime con. Sometimes I hung out with friends, sometimes I went out to get lunch, sometimes I bought things, sometimes I went to the dance, and the rest of the time, I actually went to the panels and screenings. Anime Expo is close to me, so we may not necessarily treat it as special as other individuals do. For us, it’s a casual thing that we do every year. However, there is one thing we did all the time, and that was taking pictures of beautiful cosplay.
So without further ado, here are the details of the event! This is meant to be a single, informal ramble about the things we did while showing the very best images we took at the con. I may sometimes go off-topic.
Following in a similar to that of Haunted and Killed Dancehall, this is the third album in Alstroemeria Records’ repertoire of this series of danceable music. Unlike the other two albums, Camellia takes the cake for the best song in this one for catchy beats, creative lyrics, and of course, for use of Mei Ayakura’s lovely voice.
Video subbed by our guest, Succubus. Translation by Kafkafuura.
I was hanging around Bakersfield, CA when a new friend told me about a con that was going to take place during April: BakAnime. It’s a small little con that took place in the Doubletree hotel in Bakersfield last Sunday. Nothing huge like Los Angeles’ Anime Expo of course, but it was a pretty nice con to go to. There were a few panels, and people were selling stuff so it was alright.
Staple Anime goods.
Two posts right after each other? But of course, as Comiket 79 brings us a lot to show you.
This time we have an album from Liz Triangle, a group that has not yet been featured here yet. Their newest album, Song For You (generally called S4U), was released at C79 last year, December 2010, and as with nearly all of Liz Triangle’s work, it’s just as wonderful as expected.
And now for a bit of a change from the usual.
BLANKFIELD released their newest album at Comiket 79 in December, and as usual it fails to disappoint. The album is all powerful instrumental metal filled with unexpected turns and surprises.