Just my ordinary, but insightful experience at this year’s Anime NYC convention (2019).
This is a review on my experience attending Anime NYC 2019 at the Jacob Javits Center. If you would like to read about my less than stellar experience last year, click here for my Anime NYC 2018 review.
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This is a review of Fragtime from its premiere at Anime NYC on Saturday, November 16th 2019.
This is a review for the animated film Fragtime. I watched the film during its East Coast premiere during Day 2 of Anime NYC. This film may not have premiered in your region yet. If that’s the case, please come back when it is legally available for viewing.
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Is Anime NYC worth it? Read about my strange experience and let’s find out.
I’ve been waiting for this.
After the rather lacking experience of Anime Fest @ NYCC, I was ready to shake it off and be surrounded by nothing but fandom.
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If you haven’t already heard, New York Comic Con recently did something extremely messy. After a pre-sale event months ago and the literal night before the general sale of tickets, the con decided it was the best time to announce a new anime festival in collaboration with AX Con in LA. I wrote a short article that detailed why this was a problem and why it is most likely the last straw for many fans – myself included. To add insult to injury, in their newsletter today NYCC announced high profile Black Panther guest Danai Gurira. The actress will be doing photo ops and autograph sessions on Saturday and Sunday. Underneath the announcement in a bold highlighted white is a plea to purchase the remaining Sunday badges still available.
Naturally, I rolled my eyes at this.
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