Otaku Expo 2011 Event Aftermath

 

Otaku Expo is back for more activities and stuff for the otakus and gamers, the Otaku Expo 2011 was held last September 3 and 4 at the Megatrade Hall 3, SM Megamall. The event was co-presented by Cubizone Philippines and Yakult Philippines and was sponsored by PSICOM Publishing Inc., E-Games and Bankee Trading.

There were tons of activities in the two-day event, from Dance competitions from Cubizone PH to Battle of the Bands to BlazBlue tournaments and also let’s not forget the Cosplay competition.

For toy collectors, there is a showcase of figure collection from Onii-chan and a Gunpla building contest from Bankee Trading, the Ozine Maid Cafe is also available in the event so attendees can take a break from long hours of strolling in the event.

There are also merchandise booths from 2Rats, Comic Alley and many more. I was fortunate to become a guest judge for the Individual Cosplay Competition on the Sunday event; a first for me and it was a great experience.

 

 

Here’s the rundown of the winners in the two-day event of Otaku Expo 2011:

 

Saturday Winners:

Karaoke: Alyssa Marie Fulguteras

Battle of The Band: Wala pa pong Maisip

Group Cosplay: Silent Hill Grp Cosplay

Art: Kathlyn Abigail M. Bernardo

KPop Dance Contest: Heat

 

Sunday Winners:

Individual Cosplay

1st – Carl Marvin Zamora as Whitesmith

2nd – Jayralie S. Carlos as Red Angry Bird

3rd – Charlon Renzo Maño as Infinite Justice Gundam

Cubizone Pick: Meiji Bayanin as Hikaru Shindou

 

Special Awards

Best Male – Jake Gonzales as Aion

Best Female – Isabel Cortez as Guyver

Best Mecha – Christian Umali as War Machine

Best Child – Bole Lareza as Wyvern hada Manthys

 

Art Contest

Individual: Erika Agurias

Group: Patrick Clavina, Harold Balangatan, Erika Bunaves

 

Battle of The Band: Reloaded

Karaoke: Denggoy Isidoro

 

 

Also, don’t forget to check out our Aftermath Video of Otaku Expo 2011

 

Special thanks to Cubizone Philippines and to the Organizers of the Otaku Expo.

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