Well hello again my dear readers and welcome back to yet another wonderful chapter in my annual series of NY Comic Con coverage posts. I’m presenting the second chapter of my Day Three adventuring with this one so without any further adieu let’s get right into it. I will chime in as necessary as we zip around these fifty images. Starting up this is an ominous knight of some kind from an Anime series. Sorry but I am generally lost with those characters.
These girls are digging into some Adventure Time Cosplay. Nice job and very cute renditions of the characters.
Hello again my dear readers and welcome to our continued coverage of the 2012 New York Comic Con. I’ve been here for the past two days already as you have seen in the preceding chapters and now that we are at the Saturday portion of the event I can only say that this is the big one. If you have attended the Con before then you know this to be the busiest day and if not, well, I just told you. I’ll be bringing you a few chapters from this day and hopefully have you feeling as if you were wandering the event with us all. Let’s get started with this interesting view of the Javits Center. From this vantage point it appears just as the prison appears in “The Walking Dead” (the series is showcased on all of the NYCC access badges so I felt it amusing).
The Halls of Justice. I never get tired of using that one I am afraid.
Hey my fellow fandom fiends “welcome back”; This is our fourth and final chapter of the Day Two adventuring at the 2012 NY Comic Con. I’ve been having a blast so far and will keep my summaries quick and to the point so you can appreciate all the images a little easier. Let’s get down to business and start out by checking out some fans plays Quiddich (the game from “Harry Potter and The Sorceror’s Stone”.
Continuing along with my findings during my “Day Two” wanderings at Comic Con, please enjoy the vast colors and creativity or the incredible Cosplayers and some of the awesomely talented individuals who were working the various booths when I wandered by. I’ll start my focus for this chapter with one of the often called “Booth Babes” but this lass was much nicer than that kind of title. She was helping promote the film “Iron Sky”. This is a movie about some defeated Nazis who flee to the moon and build an arsenal that will help them invade Earth in the future. War is truly hell.
Continuing along with the observations at NY Comic Con 2012, I pick up where I just left off in my first installment from the Day Two portion of the massive event. I felt like keeping up with the mostly Cosplay display for awhile and also would head down to the Artist Alley for a little while. Let’s begin with this killer Nick Fury. After the shot I thanked him for his part in the recent NYC conflict.