At Anime Boston this year I got a chance to see a lot of anime, but I also missed a lot as well because of time conflicts. One thing I wanted to see, but couldn’t was Psycho-Pass. Once I got home, I immediately remedied that situation. Psycho-Pass takes place in a dystopian future where it is possible to instantaneously measure a person’s mental state, and the probability that a person will commit crimes. While the story on the surface sounds similar to Minority Report, I think it goes much further than that.
There are a lot of great cosplayers at Anime Boston every year. I was really impressed by several of them. There were some bad ones as well, but I rarely ever got that cringe worthy feeling from them. The photos were taken by Dave Chosid and I. I hope you enjoy them. If you want to read about our Anime Boston experiences from this year, you can check them out here. You can also go back and check out last years Anime Boston cosplay photos as well.
The best anime convention on the east coast has come and gone for another year. Anime Boston sailed in over the past weekend, and delivered a lot of really good anime series I’m going to have to finish watching. With the exception of a few hiccups, the staff that runs the convention has created another top notch experience for all involved.
For the past several years Anime Boston has been my favorite Anime convention. With AB 2013 over, I can easily say that the trend continues. Anime Boston is an annual fan run convention held at the Hynes Convention center in Boston. It’s the 5th largest Anime convention in North America, and the second largest on the east coast behind Otakon. I used to love going to Otakon back in the day, but Otakon became too corporate and took the fun out of everything. By keeping things fan run, it has allowed AB to continue featuring more adult based content, and events that Otakon tossed aside years ago.