I bought this art-book bundle that came with a free art bag, wall scroll, and cute card of Sena from Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai. The art was done by a Chinese circle that also included some Japanese artists. The drawings look really nice! Sadly, I can’t find any more stuff from them on Pixiv, since they’re predominately Chinese. Some of the pages are really ecchi, but hey, it was a nice deal for $25. If only I was able to find an artbook of my number one Kobato, everything would have been perfect!
Along with the art book, I managed to snatch me some Haruhi Playing Cards.
Steven managed to get his hands on Newtype’s Filmook of Neon Genesis Evangelion, some Umineko no Naku Koro ni fan artbooks, and a Touhou Project artbook.
Along with that, he also managed to win a Dantalion no Shoka poster in an auction. He ended up loving that anime after it was screened on Saturday. I ended up loving it too — Dalia is just too cute of a tsundere!
Simon’s drill from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. As you can see, I’m extremely jealous.
WE HAVE FORMED THE ORDER OF THE LOTUS! Too bad I couldn’t afford a sword of my own.
There’s no photo available, but one of my other friends got his hands on a pair of $110 nekomimi ears appropriately titled Necomimi during the convention. Why are they so expensive? Well, the cool thing about these ears are that they’re not just regular cosplay props — it’s programmed to react to your brainwaves, so the ears move in different direction depending on your mood.