Let’s keep this party going as the 2018 New York Comic Con coverage continues. If you didn’t see any of the other chapters, please click HERE so you can enjoy it all as a single report. I’m going to be spending some time down in the Artist Alley section and our first stop is the table of Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez who created the “Ricanstruction” comic book. Money from this title is going to aid the people of Puerto Rico for hurricane recovery.
If you’ve been keeping up with PiercingMetal on the social networking side, you know that it’s been a busy week already as over the last few days I’ve been spending time exploring the Book Expo that was being held at the Javits Center. While some of the discoveries at that convention have made their way here, a larger part of it gets posted on our Lifestyle Blog partner website “The Chronicles” of Piercing Ken. With the Book Expo completed it was time to get down to business at the still new Five Points Festival which has returned for its second year as a convention. This year it would move to the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and this space is very well known to me as its the same place where I attend the NYC Hot Sauce Expo every year. The Five Points Festival is loaded with sights and designer toys galore. Let’s take a walk.
Alright my friends, this is it. You have safely arrived at the absolute final chapter of the NY Comic Con explorations as we close out Day Four with its third and final chapter. As I’ve noted before, if you haven’t seen the preceding chapters please click on THIS LINK to open everything related to this event on a new page. You won’t regret doing so because we’ve showcased some truly amazing people along the way. Here we go.
Hey gang, its nice to see you once again. I’m going to keep my intro short since there is plenty of work to post today but we are indeed at another chapter of the NY Comic Con 2017 coverage. Part 5 will be the last of the stuff from the Day One adventures and if you’ve missed any of the posts that preceded this one, just click on THIS LINK as it will open a battery of content for you. Let’s get a move on with these two lovely cosplayers.
Okay my friends, we are now going to present you with the fun-filled visual findings from the first-ever “Five Points Festival”. The convention was taking place on Pier 36 down on the Lower East Side and it would be the first time that I ever went down this way for an event. It was pretty easy to get to by mass transit and then would be a few minutes walk. Check out one of the promo pieces of art to warm up to what is coming in these photos. As you can see the premise was Designer Toys, Comics, Street Art, Beer and an overall NYC vibe. This is going to be interesting for sure. Here we go.