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.
As I left I met this stunning cosplayer who called herself “Space Barbie”. I told her that I was Earth Ken and she gave me a big smile.
Sadly we didn’t quite make the general cutoff of “150” images for Day Three but truly “141” is a commendable number. Are any of you keeping a tally on how many we’ve put up so far? There might be an invisible Gold Star for you at the close of the whole bunch of narratives. So Day Three is now on the books and tomorrow we shall be returning for Day Four. This is “Family Day” and often finds scores of little ones running around so navigation can be daunting. Right now my feet hate me but I am going to get some supper with a friend. See you tomorrow with the next bunch of visuals. Before you head onto the next thing that interests you on the web, I encourage you to click through to some of the websites that are linked below so you can learn more about the people and companies showcased in this chapter. I also hope that you’ll come lend some love to our Official Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts because I’d love for you to be along for the adventures as they happen. See you next time.
Update: In 2021 a video photo gallery was uploaded to the Official PiercingMetal YouTube Channel to help build up the content there and to offer fans of the New York Comic Con a different way to enjoy the presentation. This clip is from Day Three of our 2018 explorations. We ask site visitors to subscribe to the channel, click the notification bell and leave a comment and like the video to allow for more milestones to be reached.