We’ve made it another year! This year has been one of our best years with all the content we were able to get out and all the adventures we had at every convention we were able to attend thru out the year. Our year was full of fun, hard work and we’re happy to welcome a new year with all of you.
I started my journey as an indie creative back 2013. And through my Social Media endeavors, I’ve come across a lot of interesting people. And Cereal Sensei is someone worth mentioning, he is an aspiring writer, podcaster, and fellow blerd. When the opportunity surfaced, I reach out for an interview. We discussed a wide array of topics ranging music to content creation. Nerd culture to the indie struggle.
This weekend August 18th – 20th is Liberty City Anime Con 2017. Third year running as New York City’s largest anime convention located in the heart of NYC Times Square Marriott Hotel. Last year we attended LCAC 2016 for the first time and it did have its ups and downs but it was a really fun experience with meeting new people and the awesome dealers selling their merchandise.
This is the longest running anime! I believe will never end. I ‘ve waited many years for this show to end but, it hasn’t. I believe even in my final moments, this anime will somehow continue on and poor Conan will never know what being an adult feels like.
ERASED also known as Boku dake ga inai Machi 僕だけがいない街 is a fantasy/ psychological thriller written and illustrated by Kei Sanbe. This is a very interesting story. ERASED takes many twists and turns. You will never know what will occur next.
Satoru Fujinuma, one the main protagonist, possesses a unique ability that allows him to travel back in time. Mere moments before a tragic incident that occurred in his past. Satoru returns home one evening, to find his mother murdered by a mysterious assailant.
We want to wish you all a Happy New Year! We can’t even put into words how much your support means to us and how we have really pushed through the horror of 2016 together. We really want to thank all you from the bottom of our hearts for keeping us going on this vision we have, seeing people take interest in what we do makes us keep fighting to make this dream of our come true. Continue reading
This is our guide to buying anime, manga and comics on a budget.
When buying at a convention.
- Walking around and looking at all the booths pays off.
- Going from booth to booth interacting with the worker and owners can help you get a deal on things you were looking to buy from them.
- Previous step doesn’t work with big name companies it only works on entrepreneurs and small business owners that scored a booth.
- When looking for manga or comics shop around some exhibitors do flash sales and some just have better deals and prices.
- When buying anime DVDs always go for small business they are usually always cheaper than the big companies that are there.
- Be on the look out for any refurbished purchases. If you buy a DVD test it out as soon as you get home to make sure it’s the real deal.
- When in artist alley look for the deals like buy 2 get 1 free that’s 3 prints for $30. Lucky if you get buy 2 get 2 free.
- Supporting up and coming artist is always a great buy. It could also be a recreation of your favorite characters.
- Buy protective sleeves for your prints they are really hard to find outside of a con and they cost more outside of the con.
- When buying a collectible do a quick research on the company if you feel some type of way about the purchase.
- If considering buying a sword there is a few shops at every con but price them all because they never have a set price.