Anime NYC 2018: The Cosplayers have arrived!

Cosplayers are my favorite part of every convention we go to and I really love to see their creativity when bringing a character to life. I shall repeat myself into infinity and beyond for my love of seeing cosplayers. I never cosplayed but maybe someday but for now I will live vicariously through all the cosplayers I meet. This is the list of all the popular cosplayers that will be at Anime NYC this weekend, I’m hoping to see some familiar faces at this con.

We’ll be posting like crazy on our social media so don’t miss out on seeing Anime NYC 2018 through our lens if you’re not going to this con.

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Azulette

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BECKA NOEL

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DHAREZA COSPLAYZA

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MIKAL MOSLEY

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MICA BURTON

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VAMPY BIT ME

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Anime NYC 2018: Morning Musume。’18!

Morning Musume is one of Japan’s biggest idol groups and they still are! Producer Tsunku started the group in 1997 and they are still making music and are as popular as they were when they first debut with more members.

Morning Musume has broken so many records on the Oricon charts. They continue to top their past successes and I’m looking forward to seeing Morning Musume, 18 in concert this weekend.

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Anime NYC 2018: Japanese Singer nano!

nano is a Japanese American singer born in New York City. nano sings in both the Japanese and English language and started her music career as a cover artist posting recorded renditions online. Her covers consisted of songs from Vocaloid artist, anime and Avril Lavigne, she also sung English covers for many Japanese songs.

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Anime NYC 2018: Japanese Illustrator Range Murata

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This weekend is Anime NYC 2018, the second year of Anime NYC and it’s going to be jammed packed with so many amazing guests. Many of the guests are from Japan and that’s what I really like about AnimeNYC, no other convention has a guest list full of the very people who worked on the original projects for the shows we love. Continue reading

The Colorism Issue in Wreck-It Ralph 2

This is probably the 1000th post about this topic that has appeared on the internet. I have big issues with what Pixar, a branch of Disney has done with Tiana, our favorite and only Black Princess. Colorism and whitewashing is always a controversial topic because so many people feel offended on both sides. Colorism in itself is a conversation a lot of people are not ready to have because they don’t want to face the reality and the history that makes up our media and society today.

Let’s talk about it.

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J1-Con 2018: Niic The Singing Dog

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Niic (Pronounced “Nice”) The Singing Dog is exactly what his name says and I didn’t think it was going to be literal when I walked into the panel area. Kyle McCarthy is the voice behind the singing dog, such a good voice for the indie-pop music he creates. I’m happy I didn’t look up Niic prior to going into his performance, having that mystery about a performer you’ve haven’t heard of yet is always fun. After the performance I walked out a fan, Niic has a good voice and the vibrant green color of the suit is really pleasing to the eyes. I honestly enjoyed the show even more once he started singing covers of some classic 90s songs and the Teen Titans theme song. Continue reading

J1-Con 2018: Sys2matik Ovrl0ad Performance

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Sys2matik Ovrl0ad is one of the bands I mentioned in my post about the J1-Con: Music Fest and I have to say they did not come to disappoint. Sys2matik Ovrl0ad had a great set to sit through and they were in pretty good spirits when it was such a small crowd that I wish more people would have come to enjoy the performance.

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