Welcome back my friends to the posts that never seem to end when it comes to the exploring of the 2018 New York Comic Con. You’ve actually arrived at the beginning of the Day Four posts and this is the final day of the convention and one listed as “Family Day”. This means that any badge holder with a Sunday pass, can purchase an additional Child Pass if their kid is of a certain age. Since many are in strollers it can get seriously congested up on the Expo Floor so my general practice is to finish up in Artist Alley. If you haven’t seen any of the preceding chapters, please click HERE first to see all of the posts that have come before this latest one. With this installment I focused on a lot of the cosplayers and will only be chiming in on occasion. How many of the characters can you name? Let’s go and enjoy and start with my immediate favorite of the day. Look at this fun scenario.
Greetings Mes Amis, it’s nice to see you here once more as I present to you in living color, another chapter from my coverage of the 2017 NY Comic Con. I’m getting down to the wire on the Day One stuff and this is Part 4 from that first day. I should stress that the actual NYCC ended yesterday but since I only post about 50 images in each narrative for ease of your eyes, you will be seeing these posts until I get to the point of there aren’t any more. lf you’ve missed any of the posts that preceded this one, just click on THIS LINK as it will open a battery of content for you. With this chapter I’m covering a lot of ground and going wherever the creative spirit moves me. Let’s begin with this awesome homage to Marvel Comics “Godzilla King Of The Monsters” with Reptar from Nickolodeon. If this was a shirt I’d wear it.
Hello again friends and welcome back to the presentations from the 2015 NY Comic Con. This is our second chapter from the Day One observations and as you read this I am in reality heading over to the Javits Center to continue the process on its third day. As I’ve said on numerous postings, I like to keep the narratives to “50” shots apiece so you can easily enjoy them without overload and if you are a part of the fun can actually find yourself a lot quicker. Here we go and the best place to start will be with the stuff I found in The Block at the Simplicity booth. They are a fashion company that makes patterns which allow you to craft some truly heroic designs from. Check some of this stuff out.