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I will never forget about Chibi Pa Sampler III for two reasons, I held my first panel ever at this convention and it was my first mini con.

However, there’s other things one just can’t overlook. The concerts were performed by people with much talent I hope to hear more from. I’m not a big fan of rap but Captain Dan and the Scurvy Crew’s humorous raps had me entertained and laughing. They were also very good at interacting with the audience, something I’d like to see more often with live performances. Chii Sakurabi’s Japanese pop performance had the crowd go wild. Her dance moves fit her and everyone just found her adorable. Overall both performers were of high quality even if the con was small.

There was also a well furbished and varied selling floor. The vendors were all friendly and cooperative and I hope to see them again. In addition to that, the same room had a good Pachinko machines and tables set up for people to relax and play cards and board games. Chibi-Pa also has something unique, a manga swap, where one can trade their old mangas and animes for new ones other attendees donate, you can also sell if extra cash is needed. The video game room impressed me. They had well known games such as Left 4 Dead and Super Smash Bros. in addition to lesser known ones and Dance Dance Revolution, which I think is great game in terms of entertainment value watching your awkward friends have a go at it. All the panels held were amazing, and showed much love among all the otakus that were attending. My panel went along quite well considering the links I wanted to show couldn’t be shown due to Internet problems and I had 30 minutes left to kill after my Powerpoint presentation was done. Which brings me to the lovely attendees. Everyone was just wonderful and hilarious. People in the con are also very open to interactions, which makes it possible to interact with others and make new friends. Many attendees were also cosplaying, and glad to have their photos taken. This made the costume contest very varied and interesting. The staff were also incredible, and I’m very glad to be able to cooperate with them. All in all, Chibi-Pa Sampler III was something special, and I hope they have Chibi-Pa Sampler IV next year. Not to mention, I’m sure Chibi-Pa: Future, might be even better!

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No GravatarWhat is Chibi-Pa Moto? That question can be answered with a few simple key ingredients for a convention such as this. It’s what happens when you take the combined voice acting talents and careers of Lord Zedd from Power Rangers, Batuo form Ghost in the Shell, Dita from Vandread, Spain from Hetalia and mix them all together. Then to add a bit more soul and flavor, you drop in an Otaku Comedian group, a unique musical band, some hardcore gangsta Otakus, and a guy who built his own GUNDAM armor as cosplay. And the result you get from that combination is Chibi-Pa Moto 2011, which is by far one of the most fun cons I have ever been to. The people were fun to hang around with, the guest were just as fun and cool to talk with, and the Otaku power level is far and beyond 9000.

 

Below is the gallery of pictures I and the rest of the R-O-G staff had took while exploring the convention that was Chibi-Pa Moto. Even though a picture is worth a thousand words, not amount of words could describe the fun experience and atmosphere of actually being at Chibi-Pa Moto. My compliments to the staff and others who made this con what it was, a fun experience that ever Otaku out there should witness. Check out all the pictures and see the EPICness that we saw.

 

 

 

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No GravatarWhat is Chibi-Pa Moto? That question can be answered with a few simple key ingredients for a convention such as this. It’s what happens when you take the combined voice acting talents and careers of Lord Zedd from Power Rangers, Batuo form Ghost in the Shell, Dita from Vandread, Spain from Hetalia and mix them all together. Then to add a bit more soul and flavor, you drop in an Otaku Comedian group, a unique musical band, some hardcore gangsta Otakus, and a guy who built his own GUNDAM armor as cosplay. And the result you get from that combination is Chibi-Pa Moto 2011, which is by far one of the most fun cons I have ever been to. The people were fun to hang around with, the guest were just as fun and cool to talk with, and the Otaku power level is far and beyond 9000.

 

Below is the gallery of pictures I and the rest of the R-O-G staff had took while exploring the convention that was Chibi-Pa Moto. Even though a picture is worth a thousand words, not amount of words could describe the fun experience and atmosphere of actually being at Chibi-Pa Moto. My compliments to the staff and others who made this con what it was, a fun experience that ever Otaku out there should witness. Check out all the pictures and see the EPICness that we saw.

 

 

 

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No GravatarThis year, I had a chance to go check out Chibi-Pa Moto over in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Since this was my first time ever attending, I had no idea what to expect and was a little uneasy about what I might find. What I did not expect was how overwhelmingly I enjoyed my time there zipping through the convention floor, hanging with the con attendees, interviewing the many guest that showed up, and experiencing Chibi-Pa Moto in all of its EPICness.

 

Below are the videos of which I shot while spending time at Chibi-Pa Moto. This includes all the interviews and coverage of everything that went down this year at Chibi-Pa, including the Real Otaku Gamer Panels I hosted this year.

 

Real Otaku Gamer Panel (Excerpt)

 

Richard Epcar Interview

 

 

Julie Maddalena Interview

 

 

David Trosko Interview

 

 

Robert Axelrod Interview

 

 

Pika Bella Chu Interview

 

S.S Hanami Interview

 

 

Aaron Pabon Interview

 

HD Ninja Interview

 

 

 

A big thanks and shout out to the staff that allowed me to check out the con. You all rocked and made the weekend absolutely EPIC.

 

— VFM

 

 

 

 

 

By otakuman5000 On 12 Oct, 2011 At 10:34 PM | Categorized As Conventions, Editorials, Featured, Otaku Events, Tales of Real Otaku, Videos | With 0 Comments

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