Hey Gang! It’s nice to have you hear once again. Welcome to the continuing coverage from the 2017 NY Comic Con. If you are just joining us, I’m up to the fourth installment of the Day Two visuals. It’s actually my last chapter for this day so if you’ve missed anything that came before it just click on THIS LINK as it will open a battery of content for you. I’m up in the Press Room vicinity at the moment but ran into some awesome cosplayers who I am showcasing in some of the first images. Then its back down to the main floor.
The folks at SyFy had a little stand on one of the levels and they were dishing out little treats for the weary traveler. It was one per visit and the sugar boost was very needed at this daunting convention. I was afraid to check my steps taken on my mobile.
I’ll close out with the freebies that I secured during today’s adventure. This one was cool and represents the upcoming DC Comics series “Doomsday Clock”. Nice isn’t it? I think so.
This was super cool too and its six buttons from the upcoming season of “Ash Vs. Evil Dead”. They look terrific and no, you cannot have them. Its mine mine mine 🙂
So that brings me to the end of my Day Two presentations. Tomorrow I will begin launching what comes from the Day Three exploring and with that being the Saturday of the event, I am somewhat fearful of the crushing amount of humanity coming into the building. Stay tuned. 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.