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Unboxed Vs: Unboxing AnimeBento LIVE at MomoCon

LIVE from MomoCon – Unboxing AnimeBento

AnimeBento was so generous to send RJ and I the April box for unboxing from inside MomoCon Atlanta! It was the perfect themed box to go alongside the special event. For those that are not familiar with MomoCon, it is a 4-day multi-genre fan convention encompassing American and Japanese animation, celebrity panels, gaming (video gaming, board and card gaming, Live Action role play gaming), comics and costuming, held every year in Spring. We open and share with you the contents of April’s AnimeBento.

WARNING: THIS VIDEO AND ARTICLE CONTAIN SPOILERS!

What is Anime Bento?

Anime Bento is a monthly subscription box delivered right to your door filled with anime apparel, toys, and collectibles! This box renews at the end of your term automatically, so you don’t miss a bento!

What is Anime Bento+ (Plus)?

Anime Bento+ (Plus) is a Quarterly subscription box including larger figures we can’t fit in our standard anime bento.  This box includes full sized figures, model kits, large accessories & apparel.  Like our other bento, this subscription renews at the end of your term automatically.  Shipments are sent 4 times a year: March, June, September, & December.

Anime Bento costs $35.00 /month or less, plus shipping. Anime Bento+ (Plus) starts at $200 /quarter.

SPOTLIGHT: AnimeBento – April

Unboxed Vs - Anime Bento

Below is the list of contents in AnimeBento’s April Subscription box:

• Attack on Titan Socks
• Luna Shirt by Sargraphics
• My Hero Academia: Chara-Vinyl Strap
• One Piece Stickers
• Yaokin Imo Yokan – Sweet Potato in Jelly Form Candy
• Kuroko’s Basketball Poster

Spoiler card…

Unboxed Vs - Anime Bento

SPOTLIGHT: Sign up for a Bento packed with awesome anime goods from your favorite titles and the newest shows in Japan! AnimeBento brings the best anime subscription with collectibles straight from Japan.

Unboxed Vs - Anime Bento

About MomoCon   

Founded in 2004 by Jessica Merriman and Chris Stuckey, then students at Georgia Tech, MomoCon has grown from a 700 person on campus event to the largest event in the southeast United States for fans of video games, animation, cosplay, comics and tabletop games.

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