Hello readers and welcome back to the continuing presentations from my recent visit to the NY Comic Con of 2013; I am still hard at work delivering all the wondrous findings and visuals from the second day of the convention and if you are just joining us on the program, please know that I have broken down my images into fifty per posting. Let’s get a move on shall we….
I don’t really like starting off a chapter with a Cosplay that I do not immediately recognize but the Manga stuff is too hard to follow. This young lady had an impressive battle stance and hence gets the honor just the same.
This mysterious miss however was more to my databanks as it’s none other than Carmen San Diego. Where in the world is she? Why at the NY Comic Con of course.
If you follow the more popular Cosplayers and designers of the realm you will very likely know who this is. If not, its the beautiful Yaya Han. She appeared to be dressed as The Viper today (and that’s a member of Hydra for those not in the know). There was an insane line to get her signature so kudos to her.
She is the law so please offer no resistance to this lovely officer of justice.
Here are a couple of booths that have a Japanese Design Flair to them. First up is “The Art Of Cute”;
And right after them was the booth for “Twylite Fashion”. Nice job at keeping fans of this stuff in what they want.
These Cosplayers were dressed nicely so I snapped a photo.
I would totally wear one of these rings. Who wants to buy me a Christmas Present? Birthday? Valentine’s Day? Oh come on I am running out of gifting days here……sigh…
I’m always spooked by the horrific finds at the Gemini Company’s booth and here we see owner/master planner John Weisgerber with some of his latest offerings.
Here is quite the different take on Darth Vader’s Daughter but it worked.
Now here is a different take on Chucky. Nice work Lass.
Over the years at Comic Con I’ve seen a larger service dog with some costume on it and this is fine since its a service dog and big. These two below while adorable are having their safety risked just a little bit from those fans who are not paying attention to what is underfoot. Trust me this place gets distracting.
Getting their gore on were these “Resident Evil” Cosplayers.
You watch “Game Of Thrones” right? Of course you do and so does this girl below. Behold Daenerys Targaryen as a Cosplayer.
If she had a hammer, and she does, she’ll hammer in the morning, she’ll hammer in the evening, all over this Con…
Now here is a vintage comic book. It’s value likely went up a little bit thanks to the movie 🙂 Too bad the film didn’t give us Wasp and Ant-Man, they are rather vital Marvel Universe characters in my opinion and it would have been nice to see them included.
While I have never watched an episode of “Adventure Time” I hear its quite popular and here is Marceline from that show. She is cited as being a “wild rocker chick” and one cannot go wrong with that right?
Here’s Marceline with a warrior friend.
If you ever wondered when a movie about a demonic piece of poop was going to come out then wonder no more for here is “Bad Milo”. Here we see Milo himself with a rep from Magnet Releasing.
Here is the booth of Susan Heidi, a fantastic artist we met last year.
It’s always fantastic to see Wonder Woman at the Con. All 1000 of her.
Now over to the booth of J. Scott Campbell.
Suddenly a deadly Black Widow was upon me, but left me be when she realized I was one of the good guys.
Here’s the booth being maintained by J. Scott Campbell and Nei Ruffino. I think I still have some of his “Gen 13” and “Danger Girl” comics in a box somewhere in the storage unit. Great stuff but now he is putting out lots of different stuff such as “Ravishing Red” and “Fairy Tale Fantasies”
Joe Simko was sharing space with J. Scott and Nei and here he is with his offering.
Here is a plush of the children’s book character “The Lollipop Monster” by Eric Krackow
I think you recognize this commanding figure and you are not imagining things it is the one and only Sgt. Slaughter from original WWF fame and then from the G.I. Joe cartoon and action figure series. Yes I have mine somewhere in a box with a few dozen other figures from the line. Great to see you Sarge.
Oh this is one Dr. Quinn who is hardly a medicine woman. When I questioned her choice in men (The Joker) she giggled and bopped me on the head with the plush in her arms…sigh.
Where’s Waldo? I cannot see him. Oh there he is. He should meet Carmen and you readers should know that I was dying to photograph them together.
Stepping out of a traditional Maid Cafe and into the Convention comes this charming lass.
Batman is never far behind at Comic Con….that’s a good thing.
Let’s go over to the massive booth hosted by VampireFreaks.com – They always have it going on at the Comic Con.
Here are some visuals from the Tasty Peach Studios – They had a unique take on plush animals.
Zombie Alpaca’s and Zombie Kittens……Jeepers
Having never before heard of Hip Hop Candy, I felt that a photograph was in order.
Nice booth from Red Rocket Farm
Here are two awesome artists who I was super happy to catch for a moment.
These two books will bring back memories depending on your age. We are now at the Abrams Art Books booth and they truly put out some wonderful stuff.
That brings us to the end of Chapter Three my dear readers. I’ve plenty more for you to enjoy as we move steadily towards the close of my second day adventures and continue on along into the third and fourth convention day. Another post will show up in your morning stuff so you can enjoy that along with a cup of coffee. Until that time please peruse the weblinks that you see below to learn more about the wonderful people we examined and showcased in this chapter. There’s a lot of them for sure but such is the result after any Comic Con wanderings. See you tomorrow.
NY Comic Con: http://www.nycomiccon.com
Abrams Books: http://www.abramsbooks.com/
Art Of Cute: http://www.artofcute.com/
Bill Sienkiewicz: http://www.billsienkiewiczart.com/
Gemini Inc.: http://www.thegeminicompany.com/
Hip Hop Candy: http://www.hh-candy.com/
J. Scott Campbell: http://www.jscottcampbell.com/
Jim Steranko: http://www.thedrawingsofsteranko.com/
Joe Simko: http://www.sweetrot.com/
Nei Ruffino: http://neipaints.com/
Joe Simko’s Sweet Rot: http://www.sweetrot.com/
Sgt. Slaughter: http://www.sgtslaughter.com/
Metal Injection: http://www.metalinjection.net/
Metal Sucks: http://www.metalsucks.net/
Monster Magnet: http://www.zodiaclung.com/
Susan Heidi Art: https://www.susanheidi.com/
Tasty Peach Studios: http://www.tastypeachstudios.com/
TwyLite Fashion: http://www.twylitefashion.com/
Vampire Freaks: http://www.vampirefreaks.com
Yaya Han: http://www.yayahan.com/