New York’s going crazy for all things Japanese with this celebration of Manga, Anime, and Cosplaying amazing characters. Come out and enjoy yourself. You know you want to…
Hey there my friends, this is just a little announcement to say that I will be heading to the Anime NYC that will be taking over the Javits Center for the next three days. This is the third edition of this awesome convention and I’ve already lined out a number of the events and appearances that will be happening that you can peruse HERE.
At the time of this announcement, my plan is to attend all three days of the convention so you are going to want to be sure to follow PiercingMetal on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – I love using all three of these social networking mediums at conventions. I wonder who among the readership might be going and since there are still tickets available, I suggest that you give it a shot if you enjoy the Anime and Manga scene along with Japanese culture in general. A nice crowd is expected but its not going to be as overwhelming and crushing as the NY Cmmic Con tends to get. Alright, time for me to go. See you next time.
As you probably already know, the Anime NYC Convention is just around the corner and in order to guarantee our readers who might be in attendance the maximum amount of fun, I’ve been keeping up with many of the announcements. Take a look at the list HERE in order to see what has run before and now take a look at what the folks at Crunchy Roll have just revealed.
What: Crunchyroll, the world’s most popular anime brand, is wrapping a year of incredible convention experiences by powering Anime NYC, New York’s largest dedicated anime, manga, and Japanese pop culture convention. Crunchyroll is the “Powered by” sponsor of Anime NYC for the third year, continuing a commitment to create unique experiences for the anime community all across the country.
“The team at Anime NYC cares deeply about anime fans, so it’s a natural fit for Crunchyroll to work with them as the ‘Powered by’ sponsor of the show,” says Mary Franklin, Head of Events at Crunchyroll. “We are excited to meet up with fans in New York, hear what they think, and bring them great Crunchyroll content.”
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