So here I am once more my friends and that means back at the New York Comic Con and it is the beginning of the Saturday session. Now historically speaking, Saturday is usually the most congested of the conventions four days but lately its seemed that Sunday Family Day is just as chaotic. If you are just joining us I suggest that you click HERE to be able to start from the beginning. This is more fun like that after all. As I’ve pointed out, this year there was a limited amount of tickets and industry badges and the previous two days were not that crowded. On arrival I headed upstairs to capture this visual.
Behold the Press and Industry Area. It looked rather ominous so I snapped this and yeah there are a lot of empty tables but it was early and my fellow media peoples were out doing their thing.
From this space in the Javits one can get a good visual of the two expo floors below and here is one side of the event space. As you can see its a little more crowded now and that was much better to see since the previous couple of days were not that packed.
Down in one of the meeting rooms on the lower level outside of where the Artist Alley is, was the place where the 501st Legion was setup. We love seeing what they are up to and for the unschooled they are the officially sanctioned Star Wars cosplayers of The Galactic Empire.
The Official Ghostbusters group was there as well. Sadly I don’t know a whole lot about them just yet but in time I reckon that I will.
A stunning Mary Jane Watson cosplayer. I know I’ve photographed her and friends before during other conventions so it was nice to see her once more.
It couldn’t have been easy for this Falcon, I mean Captain America cosplayer to get anywhere with those wings.
There is a new Star Trek series coming to Paramount+ called “Star Tre: Prodigy” and they had a whole attraction set up. There were too many people to get a proper inside look since I didn’t want to lose an hour waiting on line.
We had some famous wrestlers in attendance such as Jerry Lawler, Katie Forbes and Jake The Snake. Fans were lined up to get photos signed and get their pictures taken together. I just said hello and include them happily in our coverage. I used to love watching wrestling on Saturday mornings back in the day.
Some cool stuff from the great Ron English.
This was one of my favorite cosplays, a Miss Minutes from the “Loki” Disney+ series.
How about that, the character from the DMC universe has come to life.
Our friend Barbie Chula has offered up some truly terrifying characters over the years but this one for sure creeps me the hell out. Her boundless talent for horror found me unnerved with this one and moving along quickly.
This was truly an imposing Undertaker.
Writer Sandy King Carpenter was there with her company Storm King Productions.
That’s going to bring me to the end of our first part of the Day Three adventuring. Don’t worry, you know that I have more to come as we keep this coverage loaded with visuals to enhance your own geekometers. Stay tuned for all of that. Don’t forget to follow PiercingMetal on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube so you don’t miss a second of the fun. See you next time.
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