Greetings my friends and welcome back to the visuals that were snagged from the 2013 NY Comic Con – This chapter begins the Fourth and final day of the convention and with so much done on Day Three I was going to use today as my “clean up” day and that means touching base with made connections once more and snapping whatever else I felt might be interesting. Let’s start this one up with a spanning visual of the emblem for “Hope”, the iconic “S” that is Superman’s shield.
I’m not going to name every single cosplay that I see based on the time constraints but some I will speak out about when I think its needed. This young ladies skirt was DC Comics terrific with its Superman comic strip and even slight cape on the back.
Oh I neglected to mention that today is also “Kids Day” and what that means is that a pass holder has the means to bring along one child on the Sunday session for a meager sum. It does tend to add to the crowd but so many of the kids come in Cosplay as well and its nice. I didn’t overdo any photos of the wee ones but occasionally asked the parental units if they could be a part of these visuals.
The folks at Vivarin were handing out packets with caffeine pills in them. I took a few for good measure but only actually ingested one packet. Generally speaking I prefer my caffeine in a cup of coffee but I did think this was a good idea.
Here is another photo of Leia Down who we met at one point yesterday. Her boots were killing her so I didn’t ask her to rise.
I thought this fairy was super charming and since I ran into her once more she gets another image in the presentation.
It was almost lunch time but Jack from Jack In The Box didn’t have any stash of burgers on his person.
This is a very clever Star Wars cosplay. A C-3PO and R2D2.
I guess I should head back over to Artist Alley and see what I can find. Let’s go.
The great George Perez was drawing and signing things for fans that stopped by his table. So many of the artists were captured in this post with their sign behind them so I will not be labeling them all.
That’s Mr. Jimmy Palmiotti. I’m telling you that since his sign is not visible in the photograph.
Brian liked my big skull ring so I promised I would return to the place that I bought it and contact him if they had another. He was not getting mine that’s for sure.
That’s all you’re going to get with this chapter my friends but don’t you worry because I still have some more from Day Four to put onto your view screens so stay tuned for tomorrow’s entry. Please take a moment to get social with us care of the Official Facebook Page and Official Instagram account because I am constantly adding images and notes to those spaces that are not seen here on the website. I also ask that you take some time while you wait to click on the talented people who we met in this chapter care of their weblinks. Since I was in Artist Alley a lot in this chapter there are a LOT of links to examine. See you tomorrow.
NY Comic Con: http://www.nycomiccon.com
Brian Pulido: http://www.brianpulido.com/
Colleen Doran: http://www.colleendoran.com/
Dawn Best: http://www.dawnbest.com/
Jimmy Palmiotti: https://www.facebook.com/jimmypalmotti/
Nicola Scott: https://twitter.com/nicolascottart
Sean Chen: http://www.seanchen.com/
Spooky Chan (Chandra Free): http://www.spookychan.com
Todd Nauck: http://toddnauck.com/