Welcome back to Part 2 of the Day 2 adventures at the 2011 NY Comic Con. We really saw far too many great things to toss them all into one lengthy posting, so it was better to give you subdivisions. Hey it worked for Rush right? I am sorry that was just a corny music scribe joke. Let’s get back to business with the task at hand with these great cosplayers. I only recognized the Black Cat and The Crow but they looked great.
This stunning Vampiress was one of the denizens at Father Sebastian’s booth. He is a fangsmith and will set you up with custom fitted removable vampire fangs. The Father has arrived in NYC just in time for Halloween and can take care of you just in time for Samhain.
This was a great idea. A police call box Cosplay
This lovely Princess Leia was advertising the “One Man Star Wars” show. That sure sounded like a blast but it would not be possible for me to enjoy it. I guess I better check around on YouTube.com for it.
Here’s Paul Mounts table at the Con. He had some really nice stuff with him.
Two mystical cosplayers with Zatanna and Dr. Strange
Everyone loves Angry Birds these days so it makes sense to find some stuffed ones available for purchase.
Here is our good friend Steve Bunche. He is a media adventurer as well and an occasional contributor to the core PiercingMetal site.
Here is the super cool Michelle Dalecki and some of her artwork.
Here is some of her sweet artwork. Michelle is also a musician and mentioned taking a couple of classes or lessons from the incredible Alex Skolnick.
Here is a nice Supergirl Cosplayer. I think I took a photo of this very same girl last year in the same red and blues.
Some of DC’s most mysterious Cosplayers were at the ready in this shot.
The Storm is coming this way….
Two “Silent Hill” Nurses scared the coffee out of me at the Con.
I pity the fool who doesn’t like this Cosplayer
Over at the Bandai part of the Comic Con they had a bunch of cool Godzilla dioramas set up. I am an old school Godzilla movie geek and I just had to snap a few photos of these for your enjoyment. It was very hard to not purchase any of these figures.
They also had a super sized Gundam Wing robot.
Another of the many cars positioned around the Comic Con. I guess there was a Ford sponsorship this year 🙂
Are you a fan of “The Walking Dead”? Of course you are. Here are some cosplayers getting into the spirit of the second season which will begin on Sunday night.
Here is that banner in the main hall that welcomed all the fans. Unless I am mistaken that is the Lois Lane cosplayer that we saw in an earlier chapter.
This next girl is a card carrying member of the Booster Gold Fan Club
If you ever wondered what Boba Fett would be like if he were a chicken, then wonder no more. Chicken Fett; Isn’t that a High Power Rock band? Oh no, that is Chickenfoot.
A stalwart Steve Rogers in his early Captain America duds. Actually a visiting lad with his Dad who were here at the Con from Texas for his birthday. Happy Birthday kid. Hope you enjoyed yourself.
Here is a small idea of the people milling about. This is the lower level where the theaters are. See anyone you know?
Here is a clever cosplay idea. This is Bleez who is one of the Red Lanterns and hence now a member of the New Guardians. That is another one of The New 52 titles from DC Comics.
Here is a stunning White Queen and Star Sapphire who were actually helping to promote the new movie that Kevin Smith was working on. Villainy never looked so good.
I headed up to the Anime Festival which was once again connected to the Comic Con, but not as integrated this time around. To get to it, you had to navigate a couple of escalators. This was an interesting view so I snapped it.
Is this Deadpool or Swiss Miss Cocoa girl or what?
This cosplayer was swept off her feet today and yes this Yoko is tossing me the Metal horns.
More Anime revelers
I took this shot from the front of the Anime Festival. There were rows and rows of chairs and many tables. This was a crowded section and people who love this stuff – really love this stuff.
I took the time to step outside to get a little air and regain my strength. Nice view of the West Side Highway.
and off in the distance you can see the Intrepid aircraft carrier. It’s a museum now in case you didn’t know that.
Some military cosplayers
A couple of interesting characters.
Here is a terrific Taskmaster. He is a villain in The Avengers comic. Great job.
Another Wonder Woman costumed attendee
Sadly I do not know what character this is, but she sure did a great job.
These ladies were locked in a castle at the Anime Festival and on the right we see Jeannie whose booth this actually was. She is an artist and a sculptor but to know this you pretty much had to ask. This was a problem I was finding with all of the Anime Festival vendors booths. So few of them let you know what they were all about and if a handful had business cards that was saying something.
This is Chubbunny. She makes all sorts of cool things.
I’m going to keep the Day 2 adventuring going in Part 3 of these collection of narratives because there were just too many great costumes and sights to appreciate to have it stop here. To indulge and partake in the continuing saga please click HERE. We also encourage you to take a moment and check out the fine talented folks presented in this post by clicking their official website links below. Now back to the show…..
Father Sebastian: http://fathersebastiaan.blogspot.com/
One Man Star Wars Trilogy: http://www.onemanstarwars.com/
Paul Mounts: http://www.bongotone.com/
Michelle Dalecki: http://mdartstudio.tumblr.com/