Sakuracon 2013 - Luna Haruna and Eir Aoi Press Conference

Luna Haruna and Eir Aoi spoke to assembled members of the press at Sakuracon 2013, many of whom happily snapped away with their cameras as the two singers answered questions.

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Sakuracon 2013 - Luna Haruna and Eir Aoi Panel

Aniplex of America's E.J. Rivera introduced Sakura-Con's two musical guests, Luna Haruna and Eir Aoi, to packed audience on Friday. The Sword Art Online and Fate/Zero singers wore matching cat ears, with Haruna in her "signature" green color and Aoi in blue. Haruna wore a white lolita-style dress, while Aoi wore a thin white long sleeved shirt overtop of a black shirt with silver sequeins with a slim blue scarf to accessorize. Rivera opened the panel with a fairly lengthy series of interview questions, which would be a running theme for most of the industry run panels.


Japan-A-Radio at Sakuracon!

Hey folks!

Japan-A-Radio will be at Sakura-con 2013 in Seattle this weekend, with convention coverage and interviews with Sword Art Online & Accel World creator Reki Kawahara, Vocalists Luna Haruna and Aoi Eir, and Studio BONES co-founder Toshihiro Kawamoto! Watch out for our coverage throughout the weekend!


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Aurora, Colorado Shooting.

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Sakuracon 2012 - Gen Urobuchi, Katsushi Ota, Atsuhiro Iwakami Fan Q & A Panel

Fate/Zero and Madoka writer Gen Urobuchi, producer Atsuhiro Iwakami and light novel publisher Katsushi Ota led a packed panel Friday at Sakuracon. A life-size Charlotte cosplayer drew gasps from the crowd and had to stop for pictures. Aniplex staff asked the crowd if they could take a picture of them before getting the panel underway.

A short demo reel of Aniplex's titles played before introductions of the main guests.

Gen Urobuchi: Hello Sakura-con! My name is Gen Urobuchi. I originally used to be a game script writer but Katsushi Ota told me to start writing other stuff and then Iwakami saw my work and before I knew it I was doing anime screenplays.

Katsushi Ota: Hello! I am Katushi Ota, I've been Urobuchi's editor for eight years now. I never thought we'd be travelling to the States this way, talking to everyone. It's a pleasant surprise, thank you.

Atsuhiro Iwakami: Hello, I am the anime producer Iwakami. I'm glad to be here in Seattle and talking to everyone. I see some Kyubey's and Charlottes. I'm happy to be here with everyone.

A short demo reel of Aniplex's titles which the guests were involved in then played after their introductions. Many of the questions ended up being for Mr. Urobuchi.


Sakuracon 2012 - Yoshiaki Kawajiri Q & A

Madhouse' s Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Director of such works as Ninja Scroll and X TV, answers questions from a half-full panel room early Friday afternoon at Sakuracon 2012.

Q: What were some of your major influences?

A: One of my big influences are American TV westerns such as Rawhide.


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