Posted by Miranda September 20, 2016
Introducing – Anime NYC!

Calling all anime, manga, and Japanese pop culture fans! Our friends at Leftfield Media have launched a brand new NYC-based convention just for you – Anime NYC! 

Taking place November 17th - 19th, 2017, at NYC's Jacob Javits convention center, this event promises to bring together the brightest and most talented guests from Japan and publishers from across America.

Powered by Crunchyroll the world’s largest anime streaming service, it promises to be the go-to destination for three days of unique exhibits, exclusive screenings, extensive panels, and appearances by some of the biggest creators in Japan!!

Ticket information will be released this November, so watch this space for news and announcements, we couldn't be more excited!! 

In the meantime make sure you follow along on social platform's, facebook and twitter.

“Anime and manga have never been more prolific in America, with anime conventions in other cities bringing together as many as 100,000 attendees,” said Greg Topalian, founder of LeftField Media. “Yet while New York City is the largest city in America, no large event championing Japanese pop culture calls it home. Anime NYC will change this, and once established, we believe Anime NYC has the potential to become the largest anime convention on the East Coast.”


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