Hey there, hi there, ho there! I am back with the second chapter of my explorations of the Big Apple Comic Con for 2016 which tool place on Saturday over at the Penn Plaza Pavilion. Hopefully you’ve already examined the first chapter and if not just click HERE to see it and I’ll wait for you to return. Okay so welcome back and to the beginning of the second and final chapter from this Con. I’ll let the visuals do most of the talking so enjoy.
A lovely Supergirl Cosplayer was keeping watch over Anthony’s Comic Book Art.
These are the Wild Women of Planet Wongo. I think this is a play or musical. When I learn more I shall share it here.
This is Robert Bruce and we see him on the show “Comic Book Men” all the time. He is a bit of a geek historian and I enjoy his appearances on the show.
Who doesn’t want a photo with Supergirl. Oh drats, I forgot to get one for me. Oh well.
I just loved this Black Widow cosplay, she had the look I felt. Turns out this is Miss Holly Peppermint. Remember her name if you are a fan of the talented cosplayers out there.
This is a Symbiote Spider-Man or so this cosplayer mumbled to me through spandex mask 🙂
A Lady Venom cosplayer.
This threesome was also a group of my favorites seen at the BAC and it was mostly for the Lady Joker and He Harley. Nothing personal Riddler, you rocked as well but these two pulled out the creative stops.
This is Johnny Brennan and he is most famously known for “The Jerky Boys”. That’s the series of crank caller stuff which was quite popular a few years ago. The world of caller ID and return missed call and the fact that no one is even answering phones today make that practice a time honored prank of the past. I loved so many of these along with the Tube Bar tape. Do a Google search for it.
These ladies are Clash and Lime and they are power draining super-heroines. Their also designers and comic book creators and all about the Grrrl Power. It was so nice to meet them today and chat when the time allowed.
The Black Ranger photo opped himself into my shot of the Black Panther cosplay which was absolutely fantastic.
This is Rich Buckler, the creator of the original Deathlok. That one was actually my favorite and I wondered if you readers knew what Marvel title he first appeared in. I do and will reveal that later on down the post.
The main man himself, Mr. Mike Carbo.
So there you have it. The Big Apple Comic Con 2016 in all its glory. Thanks for checking out my visuals from the fun and of course an additional level of thanks to those folks who let me include them in the narrative. As I said at the close of the other chapter, the cosplayers helped me bring this post to bigger and much more colorful life. Remember, if you are using Instagram, I also uploaded some different images that were snagged by the PiercingMetal Mobile device which can be viewed on our official account HERE.
Big Apple Comic Con: http://www.nycbm.com/