Katsucon 2018 just ended yesterday and we are here to talk about our experiences. Katsucon has become our home/squad con in a lot of ways recently, particularly in light of Otakon’s move to D.C. and we are happy to say that we had a good time this year. Continue reading Katsucon 2018
As you may know I (Yosei) am a liiiiiitle bit of a fan of Rumiko Takahashi’s work. And by a little, I mean fairly considerable. I would not go so far as to say I am her biggest fan, but I am enough that I buy all the manga in English. I love to talk about her work, as it is so delightfully varied, but the more I have been talking about her work, the more I have realized that the people I am speaking with are unaware that she has a series currently in publication–Rin-ne or Kyōkai no Rinne.
Continue reading Rin-ne-Rumiko Takahashi’s latest masterpiece
We recently returned from Sangawa Project in Pittsburgh, and we decided not to do an in-depth review of the year’s Sangawa Project. It is such a unique experience that a typically review/sharing of our experiences does not quite do it justice. However, we had an amazing time as usual, and the unbridled anticipation and sheer excitement that we feel approaching the convention and then during it cannot really be overestimated. Continue reading Sangawa 2017
I’ve been in love with Star Wars since before I was a teenager. From X-Wings to the Jedi, everything about George Lucas’s universe captivated me. I’m sure many times while I was growing up I wanted to become a Jedi. Continue reading Too Much Star Wars? Is That Even Possible?
Otakon 2017 just passed and it was in the Walter E. Convention Center in Washington, D.C. for the first time (in case you somehow missed that memo). We anticipated a few growing pains with Otakon moving to a new space and having to organize and accommodate. Continue reading Otakon 2017