Anime Boston 2014: Day 1

The concert was awesome. This dealer room’s booth took my money.

Thanks, Lantis

Not as cool is the whole AnimeJapan is happening and I’m missing it from the internets part. But what’s even better than a JAM Project concert? Another JAM Project concert, even if they go solo (especially they go solo).

So, what’s next? Not much. Just panels and press crap and line con things. Hopefully I’ll do a final recap here once I get home.

If you catch me, say hello! Look for the guy with the WUG pins, because I don’t think anyone else is doing that stuff.


4 Responses to “Anime Boston 2014: Day 1”

  • DiGiKerot

    If you catch me, say hello! Look for the guy with the WUG pins, because I don’t think anyone else is doing that stuff.

    Boo! I, for one, will be sporting WUG pins in force at events this year!

    • omo

      I actually got pointed out by someone cosplaying as Kirino that WUG is cool, she liked the show.

      But otherwise there was no WUG recognition, let alone merch, anywhere at Anime Boston, outside my group.

  • animemiz

    I actually wanted to ask you when I saw you with the pin, what was WUG about? ^_^

    • omo

      WUG is short for Wake Up Girls, which is this idol/anime project that’s headed by Yutaka Yamamoto. It’s based in Sendai/Tohoku region and the idols are recruited from the area. The anime is on air this season.

      WUG has this sentai team feel and each of the characters has an animal mascot and a color that is represented by the pins I had.

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