Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) 2014 6 – 7 Sept.

Cosplayers at the 2013 Singapore Toys, Game & Comic Convention STGCC

Pop culture personalities to make appearance at STGCC 2014

Fans can now expect to see and enjoy more than just cosplays, toys and drawings as the Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) has announced six pop culture personalities from East and West to attend the coming event. Yes, there will be Japanese anime and games music spinning on the first night, and top-notch artists to meet the crowd.

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Making their way to STGCC from the East are three renowned DJs from Japan, each highly-regarded for their work in the different realms of Japanese music – Anisong, Touhou and Vocaloid. Inu, D.watt and sasakure.UK will take to the stage on the first night of the two-day convention with a music showcase. Spinning the latest hits from popular Japanese games and anime, the STGCC DJ Night will teleport fans of anime and games to Japan.

From the West are three multi-talented artists – Humberto Ramos, who is well acquainted with Spider-Man, Alex Solis, the father of The Famous Chunkies featuring oversized superheroes, and Simone Legno, the creator of the popular tokidoki brand.

STGCC 2014 banner poster

STGCC will be held this coming 6 to 7 September at Marina Bay sands. Tickets are priced at S$19 for a one-day pass and S$25 for a two-day pass, and are now available for sale at selected authorised retail outlets and at the event itself. For updates and more info, log on to

It’ll be unlikely for me to attend it as no transportation or accommodation was offered to cover the event so please do share your experience with me here if you went for it. The Iron Man 3 Showcase at last year’s STGCC looks pretty cool, wonder if they’ll be doing another showcase to promote any upcoming movie this time.

The Iron Man 3 Showcase at the 2013 Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention STGCC

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