AFA Singapore 2016 Photo Coverage

The first booth you will see upon entering the exhibition hall is the AFA Official Goods booth.

On the far left, there was a large Wargaming showing off the collaboration with their games and several popular war-themed anime. In this case, Girls und Panzer.

There were several notebooks set up to let players try out the games.

The artist market was particularly popular.

Next to it were several stores selling things such as dakimakuras, blind bags and posters.

A new Trading Card Game, Force of Will, was being promoted at the event too.

Surprisingly, the blind bags were really popular despite the random nature of it all.

Kadokawa's presence was felt too with a rather large booth selling all sorts of merchandise.

Kancolle clear files anyone?

Or perhaps a pouch?

Mouse pads too.

One of the extremely interesting addition from Kadokawa was their new series of "Sharks" merchandise. These were extremely cute cartoon-ified sharks of various species, and one seal.

Kotobukiya had a booth too with their biggest emphasis on the Frame Arms Girls.

There was even some opened models for people to try a feel out.

Animax had a booth too.

Even MSI had a booth to show off their latest gaming notebook and VR technology.

Honeyworks had a booth too which showcased their latest movie, "I've always like you".

Bandai's presence was not to be missed out with their main spotlight being on the Gundam series with tonnes of Gunpla available for sale.

Good Smile Company had a fairly large booth but, not too many exhibits.

Banpresto was there and, unsurprisingly, sold Ichiban Kuji merchandise of course.

More tee shirts, a very popular item.

This year's Racing Miku is by far my favorite.

The VR Idol Experience anyone?



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