E3 was just a few weeks ago at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Open to the public for the first time this year, there were reports of people standing in line for hours just to demo games like Super Mario Odyssey. At this weekend’s Anime Expo 2017 being held at the same place, attendees are waiting in line for hours…
Ditching the Deadpool outfit, D Piddy went to Anime Expo 2016 in a giant Snorlax suit. Mostly for cuddles.
Los Angeles’ Anime Expo is one of the biggest cons on the calendar, with this year’s show drawing over 100,000 guests. So, yes, there was some very good cosplay there.
Making it’s U.S. debut at Anime Expo this weekend, 1000toys’ 35 Mechatro WeGo & Hatsune Miku figure is Frederator Studios’ take on Japan’s popular virtual idol. So of course, celery stick-wielding mech.
Sword Art Online is an anime series about 6000 players trapped in a VR MMORPG. So what could be more apt than playing a Sword Art Online game with the Oculus Rift VR headset?
If you thought Anime Expo 2014, held the other day in LA, was just for nerd stuff and cosplay, think again. It was, very secretly, also the filming location for an action movie trailer.
Having raised more than $4 million to reincarnate Mega Man as a less stagnant property, Keiji Inafune's Comcept doesn't need more money to deliver the game they promised. They need more money to make it better, and so a new crowdfunding campaign is born.
Convention time means cosplay time—naturally, the Anime Expo in Los Angeles this weekend must've had a ton of cosplay. This video by MLZStudio highlights some of the more epic cosplay at the show, much of it champions from League of Legends (although not all of it.)
You're dead wrong if you think the West can't cosplay. It so can. And at the recent Anime Expo in Los Angeles, America did just that: cosplay.