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September 29, 2016

Our First J1-Con Cosplay Gallery From Philly Anime Con

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Written by: Rodney Brown
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Now in its fifth year, J1-Con is a two-day convention held at the Dome in Philadelphia, focused on all things anime. The name comes from the parent organization, J1 Studios, which is a site that reports on anime and all kinds of geekery.

In this first J1-Con cosplay gallery we’ve ever posted are cosplayers RachniQueen, Art School Dropouts, Miki S. Cosplay, Maki Roll’s Chop Shop, Lua Suicide, and many more.

Photo gallery tips: Once the page loads the images, you will see the Forward and Back navigation arrows above the image, in case you want to scroll faster than the preset. And to see the entire gallery as thumbnails, click on the gray four-box square next to the navigation arrows.

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 brand new Spring Super Megafest 2016 sales gallery.

 



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