Why hunt monsters with a sword when you can do it with a massive cosplay rifle?
This is a clever way to keep warm while cosplaying outdoors in winter!
Not cosplaying as Goku, but as the actual kamehameha beam itself.
Despite the Tokyo chill, things are heating up at one of the city’s most popular comic conventions.
Twice a year, mother nature treats us to one of her most spectacular phenomenon: the mass migration of otaku through Kokusai-Tenjijō Station in Tokyo.
Attendees at this month’s otaku gathering can get their hands on not just art books and posters, but limited-edition prophylactics too.
Nothing goes better with a weekend in costume than a bag of blood for the Red Cross.
Stay in school, though, kids, because it’s probably not as easy as it sounds.
Nothing says you’ve touched the heart of the internet better than being cosplayed.
Cosplayers covered all bases at the massive anime art event.
Buff blade boys and sexy Squirtle catch the eyes of attendees at Japan’s biggest otaku event.
Several visitors to the doujin anime, game, and manga convention Comiket have reported peculiar clouds generated by the heat and sweat of everyone present.
Comiket sizzled on opening day with hot beauties from favourites like One Piece, Love Live!, and even Pokémon.
Short of carrying a hose to wash down smelly attendees, this tip may be your best defense.
Completely opaque bags being offered to keep merchandise in mint condition and away from sensitive eyes.
Comiket isn’t just about anime—it caters to hardcore otaku of all varieties, as we quickly discovered during our most recent visit.
Comiket’s crowds continue to swell, pushing the venue to its limits.
Comiket doesn’t have to cost you a fortune! Take a look at what you can pick up for just the price of entry—in other words, absolutely free.