OtakuSceen Posting to Facebook.
Did you know that OtakuSceen has a facebook page? I’ve been posting to it quite often.
Now that 2016 is coming to a close, I decided to create a list (in no particular order) of anime I’ve watched or still watching from the past year. Note that there maybe be a few that have been released in previous years. I’m just listing what I’ve seen in 2016. I’ve put a brief summary in my anime list for 2016.
If you want more info or want to check them out, some of these can be viewed for free at Crunchyroll.com.
Sometimes you can’t help sweating in your cosplay costume. A room full hundreds to thousands of people can really heat a place up. It can be even worse depending on the convention location, time of day or if it’s during the peak of summer. So, how to stay cool in your Cosplay Costume?
Whether you’re a casual fan or a die-hard otaku, going to a convention (anime, sci-fi, comic, furry, etc,…) for the first time can be a bit daunting. There’s usually lots of activities to do in just a few days. Over the years, I discovered that it’s more fun if you plan ahead for any major activities and leave gaps in your itinerary for random stuff. However, there are a few essentials that are a must.
At your next convention, don’t be shocked if people are wearing these panty hat cosplay to support for SOX from Shimoneta. If you ever watched or read, Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai. You can’t help but notice that people are wearing a lot of undergarments on display… and not where they are intended to be worn. So, want to cosplay?
Read more at: UserScene.com