(San Francisco, Los Angeles) – June 28, 2016: San Francisco based digital media publisher, eigoMANGA announces its participation at Anime Expo 2016 which is held on July 1 - July 4, 2016 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
eigoMANGA's 15 Year Anniversary:
eigoMANGA commererates it 15th year with exclusive comics, graphic novels, and give-aways at eigoMANGA's Exhibition Booth #710 .
eigoMANGA is a production and publishing company that specializes in creating original comic books, animation, and digital media.
eigoMANGA Presents: How To Draw Manga And Portfolio Review:
eigoMANGA editors will hold a tutorial workshop to teach the fundamentals of manga illustration and storytelling. They will also be on hand to critique portfolios from up-and-coming artists.
eigoMANGA's How To Draw Manga Workshop And Portfolio Review is scheduled for Monday, July 4, 2:30 pm - 3:30pm at Workshop 2 (406 AB).
Well, it's been awhile coming, but I now have torrent, hosted by Nyaa, of all the Anime Expo 2015 movies that were recorded for those who like their files on their computer in HD. It should be noted that the Midnight Shinigami concert and Myth - Legends of Burlesque and Magic were encoded in x265, so you'll need a player capable of that. VLC can do this job with the right plugin, for example. You can get it by clicking this link here. Enjoy!
So, somehow or another I managed to compile this report of Anime Expo 2015. I honestly wish it'd had been nothing but fun fun fun, and that I could relegate to you the awsomeness that I was part of, but I can't really do that this time around. That being said, there WAS fun, and it was damn good fun. Still, there was some shit that went down behind the scenes of this one, and if you want to know, click on that link up there to check it out. As for me, I still need to get those torrents up. Enjoy!
I find it to be a most interesting feeling to know when I'm almost done with something. I can't really describe it to anyone, but a sinking anticipation is the best I can give. Like a countdown to something unknowable that you cannot stop...and at some point, you're not even sure you want to. Anime Expo is rapidly reaching the point where it may have to be put paid, or it may have already reached that point...the next few months will tell me that. I get ahead of myself, however.
As it has been the past few years, and for the next five years at least (since they've signed a new contract with the venue), Anime Expo has taken place at the Los Angeles Convention Center and surrounding venues. This year it played host to over 90,000 attendees, which is an unreal amount of people, and one I truly believe if trying to get through its dealer's hall was any indication of those numbers. I'm reminded a great deal of the final couple of years I went to Comic Con, what I experienced there, and how it felt. Very much like now, to be honest. Up to and including the way you could almost not even move in some places there were so many.
Well, it's taken some doing...a lot more than I would have imagined, but if the tech didn't look so good, I'd probably not have bothered. That being said, for all you streaming video lovers, we have the FAKKU Presents: Bosshi and Toshio Maeda Q&A Panel, the FAKKU Presents: Hentai Manga & Doujinshi, and the Midnight Shinigami concert from Anime Expo 2015. From the FAKKU panel, Bosshi is a fine H manga artist who drew such fun little stories like Peachy Butt Girls and Onee 30 and Toshio Maeda, a truly funny and irreverant dude, who created such classics as Urotsukidouji and La Blue Girl. I highly recommend that one. And for FAKKU's upcoming projects you can check out their Hentai Manga and Doujinshi panel; there's some surprising stuff in there, and if you're interested in FAKKU's business, there you'll find more. Viewer discretion is very much advised for obvious reasons. Finally, we have Midnight Shinigami, an anime cover band that's been a pretty common appearance at AX and other venues over the years, and always very good. Also the first victim of my new x265 video encoding...personally, I think that went pretty well. Click Read More, and you can view them all. Enjoy!
Los Angeles, CA, July 6, 2015 – The just-concluded 24th Annual Anime Expo (AX), presented by The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA), played host to over 90,500 lovers of Japanese animation and pop culture, July 2-5, 2015, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Sneaking up in attendance right behind Comic-Con, this year’s show marked the biggest presentation in its history, taking every inch of the Los Angeles Convention Center for the first time.
Finally getting some of these movies encoded. I'll need to upgrade big time when I get a 4K camera. In any event, check out this year's Myth: Legends of Burlesque and Magic; performed at Anime Expo. For the third year it came, and for the second year was its own Main Event, and a well deserved designation it is. Don't know that I've ever seen anything gain popularity quite so fast or so deservedly as this show. But why take my word for it, when you can click 'Read More' and see it for yourself on our Vimeo channel? For those of you that like your really high quality digital copies of videos on your hard drives, don't worry...as soon as I get all this year's videos encoded, I'll do what I've done for the past few years, and load them all up as one big batch. Until then...enjoy!
LOS ANGELES - June 30, 2015 - Fans of Puzzle & Dragons looking to prove themselves as the best players in Southern California will have their time to shine! GungHo Online Entertainment America (GOEA) will be attending Anime Expo with a competitive version of the popular mobile game - Puzzle & Dragons Challenge. Players will have five minutes to complete a high-level dungeon with a pre-built team of powerful monsters and achieve the best score.
Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 2015 – The 24th Annual Anime Expo (AX), presented by The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA), will play host to over 100,000 lovers of Japanese animation and pop culture, as well as to many of the world’s leading videogame companies and creators. The event takes place this year from July 2-5, 2015, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. See: http://www.anime-expo.org/ AND… To Purchase Badges: http://www.anime-expo.org/registration/
Voltage Inc. (headquartered in Ebisu, Tokyo; CEO: Akihiro Yokota) will be attending the 2015 Anime Expo being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from July 2 through July 5.
Anime Expo is the largest anime fan convention in North America, with over 200,000 people who attend every year. With the growing interest of Romance Apps in the West as well as other Japanese titles, Voltage Inc. will have a booth at the 2015 Expo. “My Forged Wedding” is the number one app in 25 different countries and our booth will be decked out with lovely decorations from the world of the game and feature attractive models based on characters from the game.