A few days ago I shared the news about the postponement of the annual “Free Comic Book Day” based on the current infiltration of the Coronavirus Pandemic. If you missed that one based on all the news coming at us please click HERE to be up to speed. In light of this, here is an update from the folks at Dynamite Entertainment.
The Press Release:
Starting today Dynamite will offer select first issues for free through ComiXology over the next few weeks, for fans quarantined or practicing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Well hello again my friends and welcome back. We are now at the point in my exploration of the 2018 New York Comic Con that is the day that is not recommended for the weak or faint in constitution because this is the Saturday Day Three part and probably the busiest of all the four days. The overall glut of costumed humanity is difficult to describe but I will try and share some visuals from the madness as I explore the aisles. If you are just joining the presentations on the website, you’re going to want to click HERE first so you are up to speed. With this first installment of the day, I will be wandering around the Artist Alley a bit and seeing some of the wonderful cosplayers. There isn’t going to be much chatter from me since I’d like to test your knowledge on many of the characters. Here we go with the first cosplayer of the day. A gent dressed like Stephen King from “Creepshow”. You see the Number “7” train was not running this weekend which necessitated a long walk to the Javits.
Greetings my friends and welcome back to another exciting chapter of my coverage of the 2018 New York Comic Con. As I’ve noted in an earlier chapter, this is my 9th straight year of attending the convention and I am blown away by how big its become. It’s the highlight of many a geeks year and I can’t blame them since there is so much to enjoy. To keep your focus, I’ve begun to break the days down into chapters and to see any of the stuff that’s come before this narrative just click HERE to open a new tab with all of the posts that have gone live on the website. In the preceding chapter, I lauded the benefits of the Cheerios cereal found in the Family Room and here is the box that I secured my stash in during the days wander.
Generally speaking, I start my first day coverage in “The Block” but so far today I was being aimless and drifting about from section to section. I wanted to see some artist friends so quickly headed to the Artist Alley area.
As I continue my own preparation for this weeks NY Comic Con, I am sharing the briefs from some of the companies that will be on point and should be investigated. This here post will line out the goings on with the folks at ComiXology. Check it out.
The Press Release:
Fans to join #TeamComics and become Comic Book All Stars at the comiXology photo booth in Hall 1E. Fans To Take Photos With Their Favorite Creators Including Scott Snyder, Marjorie Liu, Sanford Greene, Jeremy Whitley, Katie Cook, Dustin Nguyen And More!
ComiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comic shopping and reading service, revealed their 2017 New York Comic-Con plans today, with a fan-centric Comic Book All Star Trading Cards photo booth that let’s comic fans take pictures with their favorite creators, sponsoring Artist Alley and topping it all off with a 10th Anniversary Party on Friday open to all.
Placing the spotlight on fans, comiXology is putting a twist on their popular trading card promotion with this year’s Comic Book All Star photo booth. Fans now have the opportunity to get their photo taken with their favorite comic book creators during specified times, or take a solo photo all weekend long, and join #TeamComics. Whether posing with creators, solo, or with a friend, this photo opportunity is a celebration of comics culture. Participants will receive a print of the photo and also their card digitally to share via social media.
“We’ve had incredible success with our Comic Book All Stars Trading Cards. Now we’re putting the focus on fans to show our appreciation by making them a part of our Comic Book All Stars Trading Cards,” said comiXology co-founder and CEO David Steinberger. “Everyone loves a selfie, especially one with glamorous lighting, right? I encourage fans to stop by our trading card photo booth to take their photo and pose with the talented people who craft the stories we love.” Continue reading A NY Comic Con Alert: ComiXology @ New York Comic Con 2017→
Congratulations readers you have safely arrived at the final batch of posts for the 2016 NY Comic Con. I’ve been doing this sort of post for a couple of weeks in order to make sure I got all of the necessary images to your favorite device. Today begins the Sunday session of NYCC which is the “Family Day” event. That means a whole LOT of little ones are scurrying about so you need to pay attention. If you are just now joining into the proceedings please click on THIS LINK first since it will bring you a rundown of all the chapters that have been posted before this one. I’ll start my visuals with a super team of creatives in Marjorie Liu and Amy Chu. I need to look more into Marjorie’s work as “Monstress” sure sounds interesting. Amy is known to me for her work on the brand new KISS Comic which I have read in previews. They were at the Comixology table signing the trading cards with their faces on them.