Ozine Fest Anime Figure Special Event Aftermath

Written by Chad

March 19, 2012

The 2011 wasn’t complete without one last anime convention, so the team behind Ozine Fest and Otaku Expo made a special event not just for otakus but also for action figure/figure enthusiasts.

Dubbed as Ozine Fest: Anime Figure Special, it was held last December 28 and 29, 2011 at the Megatrade Hall 1, SM Megamall.

The event featured a display booth in the middle to showcase some of the collections by the member of  Team Onii-chan. There’s also a maid cafe booth and other merchandises from the sponsors. There was also a cosplay competition during the event.

Check out some of pictures we took during the event as well as our Aftermath Video (unfortunately we have to upload it on Vimeo as the video had some copyright issues on Youtube)

 

 

 

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