It’s the third time Hatsune Miku has stepped on the stage in Downtown L.A., singing and swinging her teal twin-tails for fans. Yet, I still can’t shake off the feeling that this will be the last time in a long time I’ll get to experience the performance of a hologram shaking her booty.
The previous AX15 post showed the highlights (you can now watch a few moments in the video above!) during my time at the convention. Here, I will share a few photos I took and some observations at this year’s con.
@AnimeExpo Fast lines for reg. and panels, tarps for shade outside, kind staff, great exhibitors, EXCELLENT concert acts. Please keep it up!
— matty manzarek (@matty_125) July 7, 2015
Yes, indeedy! It’s true, it’s true! There were some vast and noticeable improvements, but how was the overall experience? Let’s start from the ground up.
If you read my post about last year’s event you’d know how it ended on a lackluster note, with me even questioning whether I’d even attend this year’s convention. Well, I’m here now! Here are a few reasons why…
As AX2015 fast approaches, I took a look back my trip last year and give some highlights from my experience.
Phew! Another year at the ‘ol weeb stompin’ ground has come and gone! So, how did it go? It’s always a little difficult for me to properly sum up my experience at events like conventions. For one, I have a crap memory, so pinpointing specific moments tend to overlap or blur into one another. Second, the event itself by nature is set at a breakneck pace so recalling at any chronological order is like trying to get a solid grasp of a wet bar of soap.