New York Anime Festival mascot contest!!

http://www.mediumatlarge.net/2009/04/nyaf-mascot-contest.html

The New York Anime Festival will be in September again this year (25th-27th and professional registration is open, my fellow librarians!) and as far as NY/NJ local cons go, this is the one to be at. It’s not huge but this is only the third year so it’s growing. Bottom line though- it’s a great show and a ton of fun.

This year, the NYAF is again running a contest in conjunction with

Super kawaii 2008 NYAF mascot

Super kawaii 2008 NYAF mascot

theotaku.com to design the mascot for the festival. Prizes include tickets to the festival and free manga (naturally). The mascot should embrace both anime/manga and the NYC feeling (last year’s mascot was a great example!). Contestants have 2 weeks (until the 29th) to submit their entries; 10 finalists will be selected and put on display at Sakura Matsuri for voting. You can’t lose:

“(T)he winner will be profiled in the New York Anime Festival’s program guide beside their mascot, receive a copy of all of the New York Anime Festival’s 2009 merchandise, and take home 10 weekend passes. Further, sponsor Del Rey Manga will be providing the winner an instant collection — 50 volumes of manga. The contest’s nine finalists will each receive one weekend pass to the New York Anime Festival and series starter packs from Del Rey containing the first volumes of Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei, Orange Planet, and Yokai Doctor.”

The rules and entry form will be posted on theotaku.com starting tomorrow- so get the word out to your young otaku artists!!

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