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.
Welcome back my friends, you have safely arrived at the second chapter of my coverage of the NY Comic Con. I’m still on the Day One stuff and if 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. I’ll make sure to add this tag to every intro going forward so its easier to keep up with the fun but now let’s get right back into the mix of NYCC 2017. I’m still wandering around the area known as “The Block” and sometimes I find some interesting stuff around here. Let’s continue with the help of this horrific looking Venom. You know he has a movie coming out next year as well.
Well would you look at this, its once again time for the NY Comic Con, and it has taken over the hearts and minds of all the city’s Geek Community and rightly so. This massive event not only dominates the Javits Center nowadays but also holds numerous panels at both the Hammerstein Ballroom and The Theatre at Madison Square Garden if those sorts of things interest you. I’m proud to share that 2017’s event marks my eighth straight year in attendance and my seventh as a member of the accredited press. I’m going to start with the photos in the area that is usually taken over by the folks at DC Entertainment. In the past they’ve showcased a number of Superman costumes and stuff from “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice”. This year they were displaying the costumes on life size mannequins from the upcoming “Justice League” film. Let’s take a look. I am pretty sure that you know who these characters are.
Well hello again my friends and welcome back to the continuing visual explorations from the 2016 NY Comic Con. I’m up to my third chapter and will only be speaking every now and again as it applies. Our next fifty photographs begin with this lovely pair of Gotham City Sires in Poison Ivy and Catwoman. Let’s wander the aisles together again.
Greetings again Trekkies, I was ready to welcome you back to the exploration of the “Star Trek: Mission New York” narratives but its only logical that you have returned to the website to see what the readings on our media tricorder have actually discovered. I’m sorry, I am aiming at being thematically humorous here so please bear with me. Let’s get this landing party started. So I had taken a quick break for lunch and when I returned I noticed two great actors being interviewed on that Enterprise bridge that I showed you before. This is Robert Picardo (The Doctor) and Michael Dorn (Mr. Worf) from “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation” respectively. How cool is that.