Yes dear friends, you are not imagining things and have successfully chanced upon another installment from my deep exploration into the 2017 NY Comic Con. As I am on the third part of the Day Two observations, I will leave it at that but encourage you to click on THIS LINK if you’ve missed any of the chapters that have come before this one. With this chapter I was going to head outside into the area that usually has the buses. During NYCC, the area is closed off and has a bunch of displays and food trucks. The cosplayers also take over this region and do photo shoots with whomever wants them. Some of the photographers bring all this heavy duty gear with them while I’m only brandishing my trusty Samsung point and shoot and my Galaxy Note 4 phone. It’s worked so far so lets get down to business.
An amazing Super Lex – Nice armor.
We’ve met these ladies before and they are always a joy to catch up with. They were doing something called “Love Live”. I am so behind on my Anime knowledge so you’ll have to pardon me.
There was a lot of “Justice League” stuff around this year because the movie is coming out soon and a LOT of people are banking on it. We are supposed to get a new trailer before the convention ends so I hope to catch that while I wander the DC Comics area.
Now it was time to head upstairs to the Press Room and charge my devices. There was also bags of Doritos the last time I was up there so I am hopeful for a quick snack as well. As I headed that way I chanced upon a photo shoot being done by Batman. He looks pretty serious.
Looks like I’ve reached the end of this presentation but according to my folder of renamed photos, there is one more chapter from Day Two to share with you. Please keep your social media channels tuned in for that one. Remember that during the course of the convention postings that I will be very active on our social networks so if you aren’t following us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram you’ll want to get on point. We’d love to have you along with us in this sense if you cannot attend the convention or have friends who are dressed up. I also encourage supporting the website links below from the awesome folks that were discussed in this chapter.
An Update: In 2020, I began using our Official YouTube Channel a lot more and created gallery clips for our New York Comic Con content. Here is the Day Two video from the 2017 Convention which was created as a scroll back in time.