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Comic Exhibition Coverage Part 2

August 1, 2010

This is part 2 of my Comic Exhibition coverage.  If you don’t know what Comic Exhibition is or is just joining us, please go back and read part 1.

Selling art supplies and art college advertisement at the convention makes sense since most otaku are usually into art in one way or another.

wait a minute….Academy of Art!?! why is a college in San Francisco doing here!?!

Hobby Japan is here too, but I think their booth is a little bit too small (TT__TT).

To Love-ru

Hayate no Combat Butler booth.

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People are resting all over the place which makes it even harder to move around since you wouldn’t want to step on their goodies.  Angry otaku who’s goodies are broken is scary….

More cosplay goodies~

Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu.

The Sacred Blacksmith.

Omamori Himari.

To Aru Kagaku no Railgun.

Katekyo Hitman Reborn.

The official resting area.

Some more fan work on the walls.

Some pretty awesome Naruto drawing.

Taken with my wide angle lens, which is why it is blurry.

A wide angle shot of the wall scroll booth.

Back at Ching-Win with my wide angle lens.

Some figure shop.  I will be posting another article on Comic Exhibition Figures.

I need the name of the artist….anyone?

The author of Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu signing.

During the signing one of the fans asked him,

When will F class beat A class?

And he answered:

F class will defeat A class in the winter volume coming up

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Which years’ winter is not confirm though xP

(=_=)

Now the day has come to an end.  If this isn’t enough for you I will be posting a Comic Exhibition Figures and Comic Exhibition Cosplay posts later.  Both of them will be shorter than my coverage but nonetheless the quality will be the same.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 2, 2010 6:44 am

    I have to say that that looked to be confusing with all the walls up. Was it like a maze walking through everything?

    • August 2, 2010 9:52 am

      it was pretty maze-ish. I kept going in circle around the same shop before deciding to just follow the outside of the square building. The layout is like a bunch of blocks (the booths) in a big square (the convention building)

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