After the success of Gundam Docks in Singapore — in conjunction with the 50th Birthday of Singapore, a new event is landing at Takashimaya Ngee Ann City! Gunpla Expo is an entire week of amazing Gunpla sales, activities, and performances by top Gundam voice actors and theme song artists direct from Japan! Mobile Suit Gundam:…
Singapore’s Funan Digital Mall will be undergoing an extensive three-year reconstruction project, and to help send it off with a bang, Funan Anime Matsuri will be its biggest ever, featuring an entire week of anime merchandise sales, cosplay panels, and free anisong performances by top artistes from Japan! Highly popular cosplayers Ajo, Baozi & Hana,…
Yes, it’s an anime con — but I am still Kingsman trash, so I was genuinely thrilled that I found not one but two of the most talented Kingsman fan artists (who I silently creep on in Tumblr) holding court in AFA’s Creators Hub!
Big name Japanese brands such as Good Smile Company, Gundam, and Kotobukiya all wow-ed fans with their curated displays, pre-order specials, and deals on bundles and limited edition goods.
Probably the highlight of the afternoon for Philippine cosplay fans was the Bronze-winning performance of Team Philippines [SW]!
Our overall experience at STGCC 2015 was pretty great! Unlike other cons that charge a hideous amount for tickets without delivering good value, everyone we spoke to at STGCC said they will definitely return next year!
This year’s guests include Marvel and DC artist Adam Hughes, Evangelion artist Sadamoto Yoshiyuki, Iron Man artist Adi Granov, and Marvel scout CB Cebulski!
EGOIST concerts are extraordinary affairs that use futuristic 3DCG technology, to bring chelly’s alter-ego Inori to life!
As part of her Asia tour held in Hong Kong, Taipei, and Shanghai — LiSA has succesfully wrapped up her first solo Singapore live entitled LiSA ~ LiVE is Smile Always ~ Singapore 2015.
SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2015「HELLO WORLD」in Singapore is proudly organised by JMF in co-operation with Zepp Live.
Cosplayers from western comic giants Marvel and DC, sci-fi mega franchises Star Wars and The Transformers, as well as various Japanese manga and anime series clogged the con’s hallways — to the delight of photographers and spectators alike.