So here I am once more in the playground of the costumed hearts, One more experience, one more entry in a diary, self-photographed – You’ll have to pardon my slight revision of the lyrical masterpiece that is “Script For A Jester’s Tear” by Marillion from back in 1983. We are here though and you’ve arrived at the Day Four offerings from the 2019 New York Comic Con. If you’ve missed any of these fun posts that ran before this one please click HERE to be on point. This last day is going to be a bit of a mixed-bag since I’ve taken care of almost all the things that I wanted to do over the last three days. Let’s go.
As previously reported, Marvel Comics big crossover “The War Of The Realms” is coming and you’re going to want to be up to speed on all of the announcements that have come before this one which you can do by clicking HERE. Doing so will launch a new tab in your browser and let you get yourself up to date on this massive storyline. With this post we are celebrating the artist variant covers for the first issue and beginning with the first email that we received from Marvel Entertainment publicity. This will be a continually edited post until they stop sending the cover art reveals so shall we begin? Let’s.
About The Series: This April, all hell will break loose as Marvel’s epic event from the award-winning creative team of Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman, and Matthew Wilson usher in an event of unparalleled scale! This is “The War Of The Realms”…
February 21, 2019: The War Of The Realms is coming…and no corner of the Marvel Universe will be untouched! Today, Marvel is excited to release two new stunning variant covers: one by superstar artist Adi Granov and one by Ron Lim (with colors Israel Silva).
This May, the “Amazing Spider-Man” comic reaches its 800th issue and to say that this is an exciting time in the minds of fans is an understatement. Check out the latest news from The House Of Ideas and a variant cover program to help in the celebration. Before you get into the scoop on this one, you might want to check out the narrative about the historic issue that ran back in February. Check in out by clicking HERE.
The Press Release:
It’s all been building to this – the biggest Peter Parker and Norman Osborn story of all time, and the first Marvel comic EVER to hit 800 issues! In celebration of the 800th issue of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and the now historic run of Dan Slott. Witness the culmination of the Red Goblin story as Slott is joined for his final issue by epic artists such as Stuart Immonen, Humberto Ramos, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Jim Cheung!
The rundown of updates:
4/9 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great John Romita Sr. and Richard Isanove!
4/11 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Mark Bagley!
4/13 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Terry Dodson!
4/16 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry great Ron Frenz, with inks by Brett Breeding and colors by Dave McCaig!
4/18 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from industry greats Greg Land and Rachelle Rosenberg!
4/19 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Moebius! Marvel is excited to announce that this variant will also have a virgin variation.
4/20 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist John Cassaday and colorist Paul Mounts!
4/23 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Frank Cho and colorist David Curiel!
4/24 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Nick Bradshaw and colorist Morry Hollowell!
4/25 – Marvel is excited to show a variant cover from legendary artist Paolo Rivera! Continue reading Marvel Comics Presents: “Amazing Spider-Man” #800 Variant Covers By Industry Legends→
Welcome back my friends to the posts that never end, I’m so glad you could attend look inside, look inside. Okay so I must apologize for using a line from the great Emerson, Lake and Palmer tune but I felt it applied for the situation and we are here at Chapter Three of my Day One explorations of the brand new Special Edition NYC convention. As has been done in numerous Convention posts, these chapters are broken into “50” images apiece to let you best absorb the fun. It also keeps the tags down to under 100 for the posting and that is easier on me. So let’s get started with the sights and stuffs by showcasing the booth for the “Captain Action” action figure line. I owned a couple of these growing up and am stoked to see his return to uhm err, action.
For the next few posts I’ll be presenting my findings from the brand new convention known as the “Special Edition NYC” and for those who have never heard of it, I guess the best way to sum it up is to say that its a smaller scaled NY Comic Con and one that is specifically focused on the comic book creators, their companies and retailers. This weekends event would also be the first go round of this convention and much like the Comic Con would be held at the spacious Javits Center, but in its North Wing. As you see by the photo below I had secured the proper Press Credentials and would be able to explore the event as a member of the media. As I have done with numerous NY Comic Con postings, our readers can count on plenty of photographs and thoughts that bring them into the happening with us. Let’s get to work.
The first Cosplayer that I encountered was this superb Batman Beyond fella. I gladly included him in the coverage and even began to load up the Official PiercingMetal Instagram with images from this point on.