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One of the most amazing scenes I saw at Sakura-Con 2013 is shown above. On Saturday afternoon, the park outside the Seattle convention center appeared to be filled with a sea of cosplayers. Last year’s convention was also well-attended, but … Continue reading
Photography by Eric Chu. Cosplayer dressed as Psylocke from X-Men
Kumoricon moved to Vancouver, Washington and expanded to occupy two hotels: the Vancouver Hilton and the Vancouver Red Lion on the Quay. In contrast to the previous two years in downtown Portland, where the space sometimes felt cramped and inconvenient, … Continue reading
Debbie Huey publishes Bumper Boy comics and toys and they are adorable.
Thien Pham was more into talking about the other artists at his table than his own work.
Yes! It’s really happening! Also, Tom Good, assisted by G Mayerson, will be doing a two panels at AM2: Cosplay Photography for Models From a Photographer’s POV Sunday, July 3, 2011, 10-11 AM, Room 207 D and Creative Cosplay Photography … Continue reading
Intermixed with the show room was a robust schedule of panels avaliable for attendees to attend. BEA Panels were designed for booksellers and librarians, and were all relevant toward funneling interest in the publishing industry. Panel topics was related to … Continue reading
Attendees waiting for the show floor to open. (This was a familiar sight on all three days at two entrances)
Happy Memorial Weekend! It has been that time of the year again, and before I even get on my experience this year. I have to say this year felt slightly like New York Comic Con last year again. Why? Because … Continue reading
On Saturday, I had a couple of events to attend, but the first thing I was able to head to was the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Festival, otherwise known as MoCCA. People who weren’t able to come to … Continue reading
During the last weekend of March on the 26th, I was definitely in high spirits for the winter to over. The weather was certainly partially paying attention to my wishes, since it was a sunny yet brisk day. I rarely … Continue reading
Hatsune Miku Cosplayer
Saturday, consistently a very very busy day.. for any and every convention. and for this year.. so much conflicts.. I ended up with so much conflicts of choosing this and that. In summary, I chose this time around to go … Continue reading
During the weekend of October 8-10, 2010; New York Comic Con and New York Anime Festival, had merged, and it was hosted at the Jacob Javits Center as every other large size conventions are normally held, in the New York … Continue reading
Photographs, and other components that make up compiling parts of a convention report is conducted, especially this convention. Time must be taken for regaining feeling of normalcy, after a very very VERY intense weekend. Words can’t sufficiently convey my feelings, … Continue reading
Reported and Photographs by Linda Yau Image courtesy of Book Expo 2010 Press Photos
Reported and Photographs by Linda Yau Book Expo America had some notable changes this year. One it was moved to mid-week. Two, the exhibition show was cut by a day. Three the method for counting attendance was changed in mentioning … Continue reading
Reported by Linda Yau Photographs by Eric M. Chu and Linda Yau