By now you’ve probably surmised that the end of these installments is drawing near and you are correct in the assumption. Of our Day Four posts, this is the second to last one so if you’re just now joining us at the penultimate chapter of my 2018 New York Comic Con posts, I’d ask that you click HERE first to see all of the chapters that have come before this latest one. I’m in the Artist Alley a bit during this chapter so a lot of talented people to take note of and thank for their contributions to the comics medium. Most of them have their names in the photo as well to eliminate unnecessary discussion. I’ll try to find their websites, Facebook or Twitter Official accounts once all is said and done. Let’s do this.
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.
Hey friends, we are getting down to the wire here with the coverage of the 2018 New York Comic Con and this is the final chapter of the Day Three offerings. While many of you have been with us for the journey so far we know there are some newbies among you and those folks should click HERE first to see all of the chapters 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.
Let’s keep this party going as the 2018 New York Comic Con coverage continues. If you didn’t see any of the other chapters, please click HERE so you can enjoy it all as a single report. I’m going to be spending some time down in the Artist Alley section and our first stop is the table of Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez who created the “Ricanstruction” comic book. Money from this title is going to aid the people of Puerto Rico for hurricane recovery.
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.