I lost count how many times me and Deb made the space duck joke.
AX Live hosted a little get-together of cosplay event at Miles Regional Square Park in Fountain Valley (which was close to Deb’s area). What we encountered there were familiar faces, DOGGIES! and of course, lots of giveaways. I didn’t take a lot of pictures, but let’s just say I hope they hold this event again next year.
This year’s Anime Expo was more or less ‘controversial’, because it was held at same time as X-Game. This was also the year I only attended Saturday and Sunday, because I had work on Friday and Monday. Regardless, I can safely say I was there and I took some pictures.
(Although, I must say, I was a bit disappointed because I thought I would be close to vert ramp competition. But instead, I got rally drift racing. Bummer.)
For my complete opinion about this year’s Anime Expo, tune into Plasticast.
Be sure to check out ZIX’s DA page for more tokusatsu-related artworks.
We finally hit the Double digits! In Plastic Joint fashion, we celebrate by fangaziming over toys!
-OMG! TAMASHII FEST AND ALL THE ANNOUNCEMENTS!
-Anime expo discussion
-plans for SDCC
-Ramses’ new project
links of intrest:
Sailor Moon Obession blog
Our Interview with BlueFin Distributions
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Hidden away in the 1000 isle, was Kaiyodo Yamaguchi/Tokusatsu Revoltech booth. It was criminally small, and all it had on display where a few main line Yamaguchi styled Revoltechs. Figures such as Date Masamune, Sanada Yukimura, Nicholas D. Wolfwood and Vash the Stampede were placed off in one corner with no figure display and just left there on the ground. Shame really, as it would have generated more traffic if they had those on display, but regardless, the main center piece of the booth was the Sci-fi Revotech series, all of the figures on display we’ve already seen or are already released: The Alien Xenomorph, the Daimajin, Booska, Baragon, Gamera and Gyaos (whom for the longest time I foolishly confused for Rodan. Tells you how much I know about my Kaiju). Notably absent where stuff like Jack Skellington, Giant Robo, GR2 and Batman, but they had many fliers and pictures of said figures.