The Sunday was still slightly mild and misty, but the afternoon weather was quite pleasant – this is when Marty and Doki go back in time with DeLorean, and they forgot to come back!

It is common for all connoisseurs that Sunday is a much more relaxed day with fewer visitors, but that does not mean that there is not enough program, cosplay, or curiosity at the event. For example, there is the performance competition, which naturally always fills the stage before the Great Stage, and if there was a chandelier, the spectators would be hanging. This time we saw lots of fun and good performances – especially for the Joker-Harley-Catwoman trio.

The organizers were made with real treats on the second day of the event so that Boggie’s most talented (and big anime fan) was rumored to have given a small concert and introduced the Interanime Meeting Point, which he founded, the first conversation with Fullmetal Alchemist – and Boggie was just as biased about the Firefly series as I did.

The players were also thrilled because the League of Legends was held on Sunday and there was a serious lack of space before the LoL stage. In addition, the already well-known Gamer Knowledge Water was also organized – listening to the questions I realized there was plenty to do in this area.

On the stage of the D-Hall culture, there were great performances, and you could admire legendary weapons of Middle-earth, as well as the sci-fi and fantasy cinemas of old times. Then the participants of the cosplay contest held a great fashion show that combined creativity with speed and some humor.

As usual, the day ended with a result announcement, which caused surprises, satisfaction, and even tears of joy – and everyone asked, why should you come to both days of the two-day MondoCon?