Fanime 2012 Haul (a.k.a. the coolest SWAG ever)

Sena Artworks

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.

Touhou and Umineko merchandise

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.

Dantalion poster

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!

Lagann Drill

Simon’s drill from Ten­gen Top­pa Gur­ren Lagann. As you can see, I’m extreme­ly jealous.

Umineko no Naku Koro ni

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.

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