May 28, 2010

Animazement 2010!!!! RPGHero's Cool Otaku Review of Day One

Alright everyone!
RPGHero and Chansu have made it to Animazement 2010 in Raleigh, NC. We've traveled by bus from New York City's Chinatown just to experience an anime convention! And for myself this is my first time at one.

I'm not disappointed at all! Even on the pre-convention day there were people cosplaying. I saw Mayes Hughes, Ash Ketchum, Maka Albarn, Sephiroth, some ninja from the world of naruto, etc etc. It's actually cool to see that other people like anime so much that they would dress up as their favorite characters. I dont care if people aren't as cool looking as their character but the will is strong!

Tomorrow I'm going to dress up as Usopp from One Piece and hopefully during the course of the weekend have Kappei Yamaguchi sign my nose lol.

Today I have learned about Tokusatsu.
Tokusatsu is the term for the shows that Power Rangers have been based off of. It originated in Japan and they've got many different types. I can gaurantee you that all of them are cooler than American Power Rangers!

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