“This is the end, my geeky friends. This is the end, no more wandering con the end. These posts are all but done….the end”. Hey there my fiends, you’ll have to pardon my somewhat clever rephrasing of the classic Doors tune “The End” but I couldn’t resist as we roll into what amounts to be the final posting from our adventures at the 2016 NY Comic Con. As the readers who have been following along since this began, we’ve been at this for a couple of weeks to be thorough. This will be the 27th overall post relating to this years convention with a small number of those posts being announcements from the ReedPOP team that we addressed. 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 left yesterdays post ending with a bit of a cliffhanger as we chose to brave the small haunted house that was themed for the “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” television show. In we go to this spooky set up. Be sure to hold your partners hand for this one.
Hey there my fiends, I’m glad to see you back here again as I continue along into the visual findings from the 2016 NY Comic Con. I’m still on the “Day Two” stuff and up to our third chapter of the presentation. That brings us to the 8th in total so far and since I have to look more into the other days folders I cannot discern how many we shall end up doing when its all said and done. If you’re just joining the program of presentations, may I suggest that you click on THIS LINK first since it will bring you a rundown of all the chapters that have been posted before this one. I find that it’s always best to start this adventure from the beginning and as new chapter get added they will present here as well. Let’s get this geeking out party started!!! I’ll be chiming in every now and then but not all the time. I’m talked out 🙂
Well hello again and welcome back. You’ve safely arrived at the continuation of our Day Two coverage and in-depth exploration of the 2016 NY Comic Con. If you’re just joining the program of presentations, may I suggest that you click on THIS LINK first since it will bring you a rundown of all the chapters that have been posted before this one. I find that it’s always best to start this adventure from the beginning and as new chapter get added they will present here as well. Pretty cool isn’t it. Okay so here we go with another “50” visuals. I’ll start off with this cool poster that shows a massive connected universe. This one is going to be exciting when it finally happens IMHO. As usual, I’ll be chiming in every now and again and let the images do the talking.
It’s that time again my fiends and I’m speaking about the continued comprehensive wanderings of the 2013 NY Comic Con where I am now up to Chapter Four of the Day Three offerings. Thanks to all of you for making it this far and still being with us on our little tour. Considering so many Cosplayers I encountered, I love keeping the images to about “50” so they all find themselves and enjoy the media spotlight. That’s so hard to do when there are hundreds and hundreds of images in each post. This particular chapter finds a LOT of cosplayers so my notes will be on the light side as I let the photos do the talking. Let’s go.
Hey there, and welcome back. We are so glad that you could join us once again and are willing to brave the myriad amount of images and views from the NY Comic Con 2011. As I stated in the opening chapter of this group of narratives, there was a lot to see over the course of four days and now without any further adieu let us continue along with the masked merriment. First up we see Mr. Jason Edmiston. He was at a table in Artist Alley. I will admit to you readers early on that I didn’t focus as much on the Artist Alley section for this Comic Con this time around. This year I wanted to give heavy attention to as many of the wonderful Cosplayers that I could since they work so hard at bringing this event to colorful life.
Here is the booth for Pantheon Graphic Novels. They are a Random House company and one of the books they were showcasing at the Con was “Meta Maus”, a look inside the ground-breaking “Maus” storyline.