Saturday Jan 10 2009 comments SacAnime Convention By: Don Chaddock/The Telegraph -A +A Buy This Photo Now Mike and Charlotte Martin, of Citrus Heights, clear out much of Mike's private collection at the SacAnime Convention on Saturday. Mike said his collection had grown to fill more than two rooms so he purchased a table at the convention to help make space in his home. He said he's more accustomed to being on the purchasing side of the table. Alec Satterlee, 13, of Auburn, scours the dealers' room at the SacAnime Convention on Saturday. The event drew more than 2,500 on Saturday alone from as far away as Reno, Nev., and San Diego. Japanese animation fans join the conga line at the SacAnime Convention on Saturday. Bart Sanchez, of San Mateo, strikes a pose as a member of the Raccoon City Police Department (shown in the "Resident Evil" video game and movie series). Nicole Stevenson, of Vacaville, walks to the entrance of the Sac Anime Convention on Saturday. She made the "Black Widow" costume herself. "I like being able to express creativity and be recognized for my hard work," she said. Wolf's "clothing" is what Chelsea Mascari, of Auburn, donned for the Sac Anime Convention on Saturday. She browsed the dealers' room looking for souvenirs. Kelsey Kraus, of Orangevale, draws Japanese animation-style characters during the Sac Anime Convention on Saturday in Sacramento. Nikki Plesha, of Sacramento, created the costume Batman villain "Harle Quinn." She said she's been to six of the previous Sac Anime Conventions.