As is the norm with live events, Geneon is using C.G mix’s quickly-upcoming tour as an excuse to rake in extra dollars through the sale of fine merchandise featuring none but our favourite arranger-turned singer. Now, while usually merchandise doesn’t warrant its own newspost, the sheer quality of the items on display clearly warrants a post in this case. Clearly.
Item #1: Tour pamphlet (¥3,000)
In Japan, it’s commonplace for entertainment of any sort to come with the option of buying an overpriced brochure explaining what exactly it is you just saw. Just as with the other Geneon-sponsored I’ve events, C.G mix’s tour has one such ‘pamphlet’ and it is assuredly worth the money 100%. Just look at the list of features!
-pictures of C.G mix
-an interview with C.G mix
-a DVD with yet another incarnation of under the darkness on it
Fantastic! I’ll be ordering this one off of Yahoo! Japan for sure!
(Editor’s note: Kichiku Megane, Kichiku Megane R, pray and now the tour pamphlet – under the darkness gets around)
Item #2: Tour T-shirt (¥3,500, also available in white)
Does anyone else notice that the ‘G’ part of C.G mix’s logo is totally fucking backwards?
Item #3: Double-sided poster (¥1,500)
Who would buy this? Does the Venn diagram of the market for people who buy posters of aging bishounen dressed in black and badly backlit show any intersection with the market for people who know/care about I’ve enough to go see a C.G mix concert? Is there a market for people who buy posters of aging bishounen? Is there a market for C.G mix concerts? The poster begs so many questions and answers so few.