Even at 9am, a queue had formed outside C2AGE with eager beavers all prep and ready. Once past the ticketing booths, visitors are immediately guided through the school's lovely spacious garden with ample space and sunshine for cosplay phototaking before hitting the canteen area and eventually the multipurpose hall where the event was being held.
Some of the usual and ACG regular vendors were also present at the event such as Hobby Legend, Anime Hobby and VBG, offering a wide and well stocked variety of anime merchandise for the fans. Aside from that, solo vendors selling their own handmade merchandises and artworks were also aplenty. There was even a vendor selling metal sword replicas from well-known sword-wielding anime and games. Even I didn't hesitate to depart with my hard-earn money to purchase a RM200 sword replica of Muramase from Akame ga Kill.
The launch of the event was officiated by the Dean of HMC of HELP University and was also attended by international cosplayers, King, Saffron, Ashley Gosengfiao and Kisaki Urumi.
Well, words don't really do the event justice so here are some pictures from C2AGE to get you all hyped up for next year's event.
Fans of NanoBlock and Lego would have surely enjoyed the displays of NanoBlocks and Legos by the respective fan clubs. The Malaysian Itasha Movement were also present with their convoy of rides decorated with anime motives and decal.
Food were also aplenty with food stalls set up in the canteen area as well as well known food trucks such as Wheeloaf and Spag Me.
And of course, guests would have had fun snapping photos of their favourite characters.
Thank you, C2AGE for the media passes to attend the event. I had a blast! Until next year then!