At the front of the entrance, I saw STGCC offering great bundle prices on the tickets which create more interest to the browsing public.
Next I saw a impressive display that amaze the general public by one-Sixth-warriors
First that captured my attention was Cobra Commander on his cobra Throne!
Second it's the Warmachine from Ironman...did you see the Predator Arnold on the right?
A figure that didn't seems to fit with the loads of US heroes was Ip Man. A lttle girl was so excited to see IP Man and quickly sounded to her parents which were surprise to see a good looking Ip Man figure as well.
Talking about kids, there were a couple of activities at the Carnival for kids. Like free balloons that come with every requested design by a colorful character.
* Even Rin the Vocaloid also in quene to get a balloon!
There are also free workshop on Origami, Japanese paper craft which is one of the activities there.
G&B comic was there with quite a good range of comic on sales.
Now back to toys. There were lots of good bargains that day from Falcon Hanger and other vendors
Some were custom toys too like the Ironman
The toys include Transformers...
Starwars on great discount...
For Japanese toys there were Revoltech which include the ever suggestive adult theme, Queen blade.
The hot selling products from Good Smile Racing at Rapid Culture's booth
I spotted a Hotwheels Ecto1 but it was way pricy for me.
My friend Hexlord got quite a good items but for me I didn't buy anything that day. Not that there isn't any good bargain items but I am on a tight budget this month for Christmas shopping.
Overall it's a good event to gather all the toys friends. It certainly set the tone for the coming STGCC 2010 in a few day time.
Here's the review of Dennis's Toy Carnival who visited earlier than me that day.