For a anime convention taking place in a massive hotel in the middle of Times Square, Liberty City Anime Con feels really, really small. Not a whole lot going on. There's plenty of stuff to do, but not as much as you'd expect from a convention in the middle of New York City. But maybe I'm overthinking things.
I was at the con very briefly on Friday, sometime in the evening when things were winding down. I managed to sneak into the swap meet to see how things were going there. I was somewhat impressed by what I saw but sadly had nothing to trade. Not that I had too much interest; my knowledge of anime stops around 2009 or so.
Today being Saturday I expected the con to really be bustling, and to a degree it was. Lots of people in the dealers room and artist alley, the gaming room was filled to bursting, and there were plenty of panels going on. I'm not too big into panels so I didn't attend any, and there wasn't anything I particularly liked in the dealers room. I might pick up something from artist alley on Sunday before they close up shop tho.
Below are some random pictures I took. I didn't take many pictures because I was just so tired from another event I went to early Saturday morning.