Quantcast
Latest Stories
|

cosplayers-fantasy quest II

MADAMI GROUP SHOT
‘Cosplayers’ from around the country converge at Fernwood Gardens for one whole day in a recent event dubbed “Fantasy Quest II: The Saga Continues”. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
Viospace from Singapore and Jac Lavena from Malaysia cosplaying as Sheryl Nome and Ranka Lee from Macross Frontier. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
Yuegene Fay from Thailand and Naokunn from Singapore cosplaying as Final Fantasy characters. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
Advertisement

News

  • Aquino admits late campaign vs martial law
  • Macalintal: Nothing irregular with undervotes
  • Pro-Trump Hispanics face ridicule from friends and family
  • Panelo urges candidates to concede for Duterte’s early proclamation
  • Duterte blasts ‘naive’ CHR: ‘Shut up!’
  • Sports

  • Filoil: St. Benilde ends 4-game skid at expense of EAC
  • Huey, Mirnyi advance to second round of French Open
  • Kerr denies Curry not at full health as Warriors trail 1-3
  • Karlovic oldest man in 25 years in French Open third round
  • ‘Lost my way': Murray pushed to 5 sets again at French Open
  • Lifestyle

  • The Bistro Group’s Executive Chef Josh Boutwood bags awards at FHA2016
  • LOOK: ‘Carrot Man’ nails newest photo shoot
  • Artist makes Louvre Pyramid disappear in optical illusion
  • Kenzo is the next designer collaboration with H&M
  • Lifestyle’s best list of food-to-go–from Wagyu beef pie to ‘adobo sa mangga’
  • Entertainment

  • Jaclyn Jose, Brillante Mendoza relive Cannes experience
  • Johnny Depp’s wife files for divorce in Los Angeles
  • ‘Godfather’ notebook featuring Coppola comments out in fall
  • Meganewbie on ‘The Voice’
  • ‘Van Damme Stallone’ in Czech Republic
  • Business

  • Gokongwei sells $250M JG Summit shares
  • Brent crude surpasses $50 a barrel for first time this year
  • Oil prices almost at $50/barrel
  • Competition agency to probe telcos
  • BOI investment pledges surged 64% as of April
  • Technology

  • Microsoft giving up smartphone manufacturing — union
  • Microsoft’s Windows 10 push comes to shove for some users
  • Financial crisis may have caused 500,000 cancer deaths worldwide—study
  • Microsoft cuts more jobs in troubled mobile unit
  • Solar-powered plane’s latest leg: Ohio to Pennsylvania
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, May 26, 2016
  • Death by ecstasy?
  • Measuring gross national wellbeing
  • Castrillo’s monument against Marcos tyranny
  • The failure to communicate
  • Global Nation

  • South China Sea tackled in Asean defense ministers meet
  • Duterte to Trudeau: I’ll bring Ridsdel killers to justice
  • Canada’s Trudeau greets Duterte; PH leader says sorry for Ridsdel
  • Fishers abused by Malaysia Navy narrate ordeal in probe
  • ‘Salu-salo’ solidarity with Filipino victims of Alberta wildfire
  • Marketplace
    © Copyright 1997-2016 INQUIRER.net | All Rights Reserved
    05