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February 13, 2017

Anime Los Angeles 2017 Cosplay Showcase Video

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Written by: Chantal Eyong
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This was the first year we were able to get a team to Anime Los Angeles, a smaller but active anime convention on the West Coast. Out of that I got two videos, this cosplay showcase and a second one with a Question of the Day, asked by Nerd Caliber team member Brianne Glover.

Anime LA is held in the Ontario Convention Center and Radisson Ontario Airport. That’s Ontario, Calif., not the one north of the US border. According to the site AnimeCons, attendance at Anime LA for 2016 was just over 8,000, about double the attendance from 2015.

While I definitely didn’t capture all the cosplayers among those 8,000+ people, this video shows the quality of the cosplay and just how much fun Anime LA is. Enjoy!

High-res images for sale!
If you are pictured in any of our galleries and want the high resolution download for yourself, we can make it available via a private, password-protected link, for $8 per image. Just send an email to editor AT nerdcaliber.com.

We are also now selling high resolution images of some of the photos taken of cosplayers that have agreed to let us do so. To see the 50 or so images we have available to download for a mere $8 each, go to our Anime Boston 2016 sales gallery and our Spring Super Megafest 2016 sales gallery.

 



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