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.
Well hello again my fellow New York Comic Con explorers, I’m happy to find you back for another thrilling chapter in the presentation as I continue along with my visual offerings from the 2018 event that took over the Javits Center a few short days ago. With this installment I am finishing off the Day Two images and notations so if you missed any of the stuff that came before please click HERE first because you are going to want to see this stuff from beginning to end. I’ll start off with a great photo of Miss Nic ter Horst who is always a pleasure to say hello too.
Greetings my fellow Pop Culture mavens, I am back with another exciting chapter from the 2018 New York Comic Con and this is still the Day Two visuals for those who are trying to keep track. I’ve hit Chapter Three from the second day and if you’ve missed any of the earlier stuff, please click HERE first because I want you to follow along like a regular series. I tend to refer to things I’ve witnessed and I don’t want you lost at all. As I am nearing the end of the Day Two coverage, there is going to be a lot more cosplayers coming into the visuals and I don’t always find myself chatty here but if you see anyone that you know, please be sure to paste a link to this article in a message to them so they can enjoy the spotlight too. Let’s go.
Greetings once more my friends, it’s time to get another chapter in the continuing presentations from the 2019 New York Comic Con. The actual event ended about two days ago but those who know how we load up the massive amounts of visuals are aware that these come at the readership for about a week longer than that. Sometimes its even more depending on how busy my camera trigger finger was. As I’ve stated before, those just joing in should click HERE to see all of the posts that have gone online before this one. I am a continuity fan for sure and think that following along in order is a better experience. I’ll start this chapter off with the select visuals of the newer stuff coming from the Good Smile Company. We make sure to visit them at every Toy Fair and think the product is awesome. Take a look.
Greetings Readers and welcome back to the continuing presentations from the 2019 New York Comic Con. I’m now up to Day Two of the offerings but if you missed any of the Day One stuff you are so going to want to click HERE first to enjoy all of the chapters that preceded this one. I say this since I tend to refer back to pieces across the journey and I don’t want you to fall behind. Go ahead and look, I’ll wait – welcome back 🙂 So after Day One ended, I headed up to Paul Booth’s Last Rites Gallery to see the unveiling of a brand new graphic novel that is based on story ideas from Black Veil Brides singer Andy Black. Check out that summary by clicking THIS LINK.
To start off my day, I hit a press conference, panel or whatever that was called “From The Stage To The Page” and this was going to feature notable musical talent who have all worked on the comic book medium. Among these artists are Steve Aoki, Andy Black, Lights and the legendary Darryl McDaniels (aka DMC). Here are a few visuals from the panel, I did not record anything because I don’t think that ReedPOP likes that stuff. Don’t want to mess with the organizers after all.