Hey there my fandom loving readers and welcome back to our final chapter of the coverage from the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest that took place this past weekend at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. This post is a lot of cosplayer images and we ran into some awesome ones as the day drew to a close so here we go.
This was a cute idea. Harley Quinn’s Tattoo Parlor. Giving the kids temporary tattoos.
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Welcome back my friends and a “Happy Fourth Of July” to all of you fellow USA residents. Be careful of the fireworks today and don’t eat too many hot dogs or hamburgers and consume too many beers (provided you are of age to even do that sort of thing). I’m continuing on with my presentation from this past weekends Heroes and Villains Fan Fest which was held at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. For those of you who have never been to this place, its a quick 15 minute ridge by bus from the Port Authority and runs under $10 for a round trip ticket. Since it brings you right to the front door you cannot go wrong. So let’s get this adventure started with a vending table that had comic books – Yay. Sadly I didn’t peruse the boxes as I’ve plenty of them already and need to sell some before bringing more into the house.
Down the lane you can see fans lined up to meet David and Sean from “Gotham”. Are you watching this Batman pre-history crime drama? It has its moments for sure but also its puzzling points.
Continue reading Exploring Heroes & Villains Fan Fest (7/2/2016): Part 2
A few months ago, the Weather Wizard decided that the Stephen Amell convention known as “Heroes and Villains Fan Fest” needed to be waylaid by some serious blizzard action. The storm hit our region hard and dumped approximately three feet of the white stuff on our Metropolis and it was not only enough to cancel the Saturday portion of the convention, but the respective mayors and governors put their areas of control under a “stay in your house” lock down by turning off mass transportation and overall mobility while the snow was cleared. Reaching the convention for the Sunday session would be all but impossible unless you had checked into a nearby hotel on Friday night. Fast forward to now when the convention was rescheduled for the warm summer month of July at the same location with most of the same guests that were supposed to appear that last time and here we go with an exploration of the Saturday part that I attended as a member of the online media. It was a very fun day for sure and here is my first chapter of visuals.
You always run into a Joker like this at such an event. I wouldn’t have it any other way 🙂
Continue reading Exploring Heroes & Villains Fan Fest (7/2/2016): Part 1