Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 Finale

Just to sum up my visit to Tokyo Anime Fair 2013 with some of these random pics starting from some toys from the past for nostalgia. Next we look at more LBX series coming after these small and powerful mecha' first big hit. There were some really cool human-sized anime character statue which I especially like Toei anime fusing Dragonball Z, One Piece and Toriko in one movie. There was Doraemo show and many other mascots which most unknown to me (anime is so vast). One very interesting backdrop I saw was 'Patlabor'. I'm thrill to like that new movie will be released come 2014 and I'm one individual who likes Ingram a lot. More pics of anime set cookies, so agent 'S' and I bought some and took the chance to take pics with those kawaii maids selling cookies. Who won't buy cookies from them ^_^ Moe Moe Q. I had also stopped by Kotobukiya booth for some western toys or should I say statue.    


chrismandesign said...

HEY !!! that Mazinger in the second picture from top to bottom, looks like something by Nacoral, an old spanish brand of toys... i had one of those robots, long ago, awesome !!! it was a Getter Robo G, from the vintage anime version (but called Dragun in that toy line)...

the life-size statues along with the Astroboy display are remarkable !!!

those cosplays are kinda the next level HEHEHE... and the DC statues by Koto are always impressive... it was like a toy buffet and the dessert was the maids... i mean, the cookies LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL !!!... XD

bluedrakon said...

I am looking forward to the Patlabor movie coming out. That will be a great one to catch in a theatre (which I am sure I won't be able to).

LOL - gotta get your shot with the maids :^)

David John Shewsbury said...

I love that gorgeus bunny girl and maid girl hehehehe... are they single?

LEon said...

Dennis you wore a suit to these convention? Look Smart!

sl619 said...

cant wait for the patlabor movie.
Hopefully they will release a new MG based on it as the old ones are so rare now. and PRICEY!

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> chrismandesign
Seems like vintage toys had brought u back to memory lane. The Astroboy was bigger than life-sized, it like a huge attraction for the booth. Koto makes to statue for ppl with a bigger budget in my opinion.

>> bluedrakon
If it's a Patlabor movie, the plot sure is to be serious. Think I like the anime series more.

>> David John Shewsbury
They sure are cute and oops I forgotten to ask. Man! I can't speak japs anyway. lolz..

>> LEon
Thx for the compliments bro! Lolz ... Respect the occasion.

>> sl619
I'm certain Bandai can't wait to milk us too! Lolz. Luv those MG Ingram. Good thing I got a couple of them.

Om3ga062012 said...

Still waiting next year for Patlabor movie :D

I wonder when they make Gundam live action movie

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

It's Patlabor for me too! As for Gundam life Action movie.. Remember G Savior .. ^_^... I'm sure Sunrise has the potential

Om3ga062012 said...

A lot of gundam fans disappointed with G Saviour. I hope Bandai considering to create more realistic visual effects on the next gundam live action movie

deSMOnd said...

Wow bro..those fans really put on efforts to cosplay their favourite anime characters..they even make the head portion..salute!!