Otaku Expo 2011 Event Aftermath

Written by Chad

September 8, 2011


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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