In August of 2016, I bid farewell to Japan for what I thought would be a long time. I had lived there for four good years and so as you’d expect, it was an emotional leave-taking. That said, I was leaving for good reason – to expand my job horizons and my life experiences by…
As GLORIO’s official Type-Moon fan as well as a SoCal local, I was legally obligated to attend the USA premiere of the newest UFOtable Fate project, a film adaptation of Heaven’s Feel, the original visual novel’s third and final route. Or, to be more accurate, the first of three film adaptations of Heaven’s Feel. So, naturally, I bound and gagged fellow crewmember Gee-Man in my passenger’s seat and braved the infinite perils of downtown Los Angeles to discover if it was all worth the wait.
Zigg once again pulls out his camera, dusts off his social skills, and makes a trip to one of the UK’s best conventions.
Zigg once again takes a day off to do his day job anyway and goes off to MCM London to take pictures of some rather amazing cosplays.
Zigg once again ventures into the crazy world of conventions in search of amazing costumes to photograph.
Yes, we have anime conventions in the UK too! Zigg gets to spend his time off doing his day job at one.
I got the chance to attend Anime Expo 2015’s world premier of Little Witch Academia 2. To absolutely nobody’s surprise, it is an absolute delight.
We here at The Glorio Blog are big fans of Bearsona 4 Arena, so when I learned that a tournament was being held at an arcade a mere 15 minutes’ drive away, I figured I just had to go check it out. I’m the best P4A player among us by a fair margin (and was the closest to the location by a huge margin), so I was the obvious choice to go claim glory and prizes in the blog’s name. So, how did it go?
For several years now the Distant Worlds concert series has been recreating the music of the Final Fantasy series in the form of stunning orchestral rearrangements, but to celebrate this year’s 25th anniversary of the series, they’ve decided to do something a little special. The Celebration is a special, limited run program featuring music from all 14 mainline Final Fantasy games.…
As many of you may have known, the Madoka Magica movie aired in five cities across America last Saturday. As a resident of Chicagoland, and a pretty decent Madoka fan, I decided I couldn’t let an opportunity like this pass me by.
The Glorio Blog takes a first hand look at Good Smile Company’s New York Comic Con debut, their first booth appearance at a U.S. event.