Well hello there my friends and welcome back to the continued and quite in-depth presentations from the New York Comic Con. You’ve arrived at the last part of the Day Three visuals and notes so if this is your first time hitting the website you’ll want to click HERE to see the other stuff first. With this chapter I will be sticking around in the Artist Alley since the sights of cosplay have been pretty cool. As with the other chapters some narrative will be placed where necessary.
Greetings fellow Geeks, you know the drill and you know where you are right now, well, you should know at this point 🙂 For those just joining the program allow me to welcome you to the PiercingMetal in-depth visual overview of the 2019 New York Comic Con. I’m up to Part Three of the Day Two observations and I am just going to pick up from where I left you in Part Two. The newbies might want to click HERE first so they see all that’s come before this one.
As per usual, I am picking up from where I left off and here we see the lovely Hendo once more dressed in some sort of Psylocke/Playboy Bunny mashup. I stopped by here once more because as you can see there was a Vero booth. Vero was supposed to take the place of both Facebook and Instagram but it didn’t. I have an account that can be followed but so far I’ve barely used it.
This is Tom Bilyeu and he is the founder of Impact Theory Comics. I was happy to take an autographed copy of his “Hexagon” comic book.
IDW Publishing has a few adult coloring books that are the creative work of artist Alan Robert. Metalheads know him as one of the members of the band Life Of Agony as well and they have been very active of late so do check them out when you get the chance.
For the last few years one of the highlights of the convention exploration was dropping by the folks at Evil Ink Press. They are the publishers of the Science Fiction series “The Amory Wars”. This series is the brainchild of one Claudio Sanchez, singer and guitarist of Hard Rock/Progressive stalwarts Coheed and Cambria.
Claudio always does signings at the booth and the line is ridiculous. It’s awesome that he does this and I always make it a point to snap a quick photo or two when I know his schedule.
I slipped back down to Artist Alley for a few shots and couldn’t resist snapping this design by Michael Golden. Looks familiar doesn’t it? Do you know the story about it? It’s a hoot.
Let me stop here and leave the rest for tomorrow since there still is enough images for one more Day Two posting. Please be sure to click through on the website links down below and to make this all the more special, I’ve added some Amazon.com purchase links for some of the items that were discussed in this chapter. 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.
New York Comic Con: http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com
Alan Robert: https://thebeautyofhorror.com/
Brian Ewing: http://www.brianewing.com/
Coheed and Cambria: https://www.coheedandcambria.com/
Evil Ink Press: https://evilink.com/
Hendo Art: https://www.instagram.com/hendoart/
IDW Publishing: https://www.idwpublishing.com/
Impact Theory Comics: https://comics.impacttheory.com/
Scott Hanna: https://twitter.com/inkerscott1