With the event titled as Cosplay Invasion 4, it would be a mystery if there aren’t any cosplayer stalking around the halls, don’t you think?
KanColle cosplay was pretty much the highlight of the event, with lots and lots of Kanmusume (And Kanmusuko) scattered all around…
Moving on from the many figures as seen in the last post, in this post we’ll shift our focus upon the larger dolls this time around that graced the very same booth.
During the beginning of December last year, a sexy Japanese cosplayer posted a tweet of herself in a Turtleneck Sweater she got from COMFILAX, a fashion brand.
The series of photos shared quickly gained recognition amongst the twittersphere and soon became a meme.
AFA14 may have come and gone, but my pilgrimage continued.
The day after the end of the event, Danny Choo held an after-event gathering, this time at the Jurong East Regional Library. w
Dolls (Especially those of 60cm in height, playfully referred to as musume (Daughters) by their loving parents) have made a prominent presence amongst the community attending past AFAs, especially during AFA12…
While not as grand as the gathering in 2012, many musume did made their attendance to this year’s event as well…
Exit Tunes, in promoting their new Vocaloid, had a custom Mayu doll on display at their booth.