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Old 2009-12-27, 13:59   Link #81
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Anyone knows what are the Nendoroid and Figma exclusives this C77?

I've only heard that Marisa Nendoroid could be exclusive.
Yea, the Marisa Nendoroid and the Reimu Figma will be sold at C77.
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Old 2010-01-03, 10:52   Link #82
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Ok i just saw some cosplay in C77 .

Some good cosplay . My best is Bayonetta and the gothic girl in 67

I lol for 3 Hitagi and 3 Arararagi and Nadeko ^^

Rofl at Busu-kawai as usual ...

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Old 2010-01-03, 12:38   Link #83
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Ok i just saw some cosplay in C77 .

Some good cosplay . My best is Bayonetta and the gothic girl in 67

I lol for 3 Hitagi and 3 Arararagi and Nadeko ^^

Rofl at Busu-kawai as usual ...

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The Bayonetta doujin from Celluloid ACME is even better <__< *gets shot*.
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Old 2010-01-05, 13:23   Link #84
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Another Cosplay link

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I LIKE the saber cosplay. Too bad she didn't have Excalibur.
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Old 2010-12-14, 15:11   Link #85
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anybody will go for Comiket 79

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Old 2010-12-14, 16:17   Link #86
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anybody will go for Comiket 78
You mean Comiket 79, right?

I'd love to go but I can't afford the trip. Oh well, at least I got to experience C77 and C78 (hint, the winter one is less of a physical ordeal if you're planning your first visit). IMO it's worth it for the atmosphere alone - think of it as the otaku equivalent of the Hajj.

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Old 2010-12-14, 16:48   Link #87
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Any information what will in C79?
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Old 2010-12-14, 23:31   Link #88
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I hate to be a doomsayer, but there's a very real chance this could be the last Comiket in Tokyo, and the last of this magnitude period. I would go if I had the chance. I had the chance to get to TAF in 2009 and I'm more glad than ever now that I did.
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Old 2010-12-15, 13:22   Link #89
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i heard comiket along with TAF will be canceled?? is it true???
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Old 2010-12-16, 19:49   Link #90
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TAF is very much in doubt, as the top 10 publishers have already said they won't attend. I haven't heard any word about Comiket, but I would be surprised in the summer one (the big one) isn't held somewhere else in Japan.
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Old 2010-12-17, 10:50   Link #91
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TAF is very much in doubt, as the top 10 publishers have already said they won't attend. I haven't heard any word about Comiket, but I would be surprised in the summer one (the big one) isn't held somewhere else in Japan.
From what I know of convention centers, there would be no way to relocate an event of 200,000+ people in only 6 months.
Either it goes on at big site in the summer or it doesn't happen at all, I think.

The earliest it could move out of Tokyo would be winter next year, I think.
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Old 2010-12-17, 12:40   Link #92
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At this point, many are saying that this coming Comiket WILL be the last one as we know it, if not forever.

"Hatred" is now no longer adequate enough a word for how I feel about a certain rape-novelist turned geriatric politician.
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Old 2010-12-17, 12:58   Link #93
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From what I know of convention centers, there would be no way to relocate an event of 200,000+ people in only 6 months.
Either it goes on at big site in the summer or it doesn't happen at all, I think.
Yeah, the logistics of Comiket are just mind-boggling: no wonder the staff all cheer at the closing announcement on Day 3.

According to one blog post I read, the law might not impact the doujinshi scene as much as we've feared:

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2nd Update: Brian Ruh on Twitter has pointed out that this Ordinance focuses on companies and their access to distribution, not creators, so at least for the moment, Comiket and other markets are not targeted. Creators of doujinshi already are required to label anything explicit with 18+ warnings, so there is unlikely to be an immediate backlash there.
I guess time will tell...
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Old 2010-12-17, 13:03   Link #94
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Well, we can always hope that Ishihara trips, falls and impales himself on his own walking-cane because he was too busy masturbating to one of his rape novels to keep his eyes on the road. That way, he won't be alive to change the laws to ban Comiket, the bastard.
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Old 2010-12-17, 13:10   Link #95
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Or perhaps, in his youth, Ishihara was bullied by an otaku, hence his agenda against the animanga industry.
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Old 2010-12-17, 13:37   Link #96
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Hmm, though Otaku culture did not even exist in his youth, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth.
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Old 2010-12-17, 13:53   Link #97
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wait aint otakus being the ones bullied?? maybe he has a secret brother who is secretly an otaku and been found out but rather than being hated by his parents he was given more attention than him making him an attention grabber
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Old 2010-12-29, 10:53   Link #98
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so did anybody go?
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Old 2010-12-29, 16:55   Link #99
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so did anybody go?
I was there helping out the Tezuka moet mosou booth in the business booth section, and got to see the line pour in at 10 AM _from the inside_.

Pretty interesting experience seeing the most insane otaku of them all running/pushing each other over.

I liked being able to waltz past everyone waiting for hours in the queues and get right in, though

Leaving was another story...
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Old 2012-11-28, 19:15   Link #100
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Anyone planning to attend C83 next month? I will be going with a friend, mainly for doujinshi.

The catalog will be out on the 12th (according to amazon), which leaves only two weeks to prepare... I have heard really wild stories about endless queues for the popular circles
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