Wednesday, December 6, 2017

#NewYorkComicCon 2017 Part Four

Last set of showfloor clips. Enjoy!



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Photography by Linda Thai

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Monday, December 4, 2017

Saturday, December 2, 2017

#NewYorkComicCon 2017 Part One

This video includes the Artist Alley (near closing time); the show floor lobby (after hours), including the DC Comics booth; "Tap Your Badge to Win a Prize;" some show room shots, including Transformers, Viz Media and Hiro Mashima, and a personal message from John Leguizamo


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Photography by Linda Thai

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Friday, December 1, 2017

#AnimeNYC 2017 #SailorMoonDay #MoonPanel

If you missed the panel check out the clips below. It includes footage of the introduction event, the guests that were invited and the voice acting character swap between selective actors. Thanks for watching!


Thursday, November 30, 2017

#AnimeNYC 2017 Cosplay

Random cosplays from Anime NYC. Predominantly, the video contains footage from the Sailor Moon Day Fan Gathering that happened at 4:30pm. Enjoy!


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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

#AnimeNYC 2017 Showroom

If you missed the first Anime NYC, check out the video for a view of the showfloor! It was on one floor of the Jacob Javits Convention Center and vendors included but not limited to anime conventions, retailers, gaming, bento box maker and anime and manga companies. Enjoy!


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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Reflections of Yuri!!! On Ice from an Adult Skater - Episode 12

Episode 12 – Gotta Super-Super Charge It!! Grand Prix Final Free Skate



This episode starts out as if the journey is about to end. “After the final, let's end this,” Katsuki said to Victor. He continues with “thank you for everything. Thank you for being my coach.” There are a few times where I have been thinking about when would I actually stop skating. It's like when I ask myself, when will I stop cosplaying. Am I too old for this? In both hobbies, I have seen many who are older than me and sometimes I see families participating. I've seen families dressing up together at conventions and skating together at rinks. To be honest with you, I do not know when I'll say goodbye to my coaches. Probably, the obvious answer would be if one of us moves. Can't really coach from afar.