Greetings my fellow geeks and welcome back to my continued presentations from the 2022 edition of the New York Comic Con. I’m starting on the Day Two stuff now and since three installments like this precede this post along with a wealth of exhibitor posts, you are going to want to click HERE to see everything in the order that it was posted. As I’ve said in the earlier posts, we suggest that you start at the beginning because it gives you a proper idea about the event if you are from far away. It also gives us extra time on site in our statistics and Google loves that stuff. Let’s get right on down into it and this time I will start with the Short video that I recorded only a few minutes after I arrived. That lives on our YouTube Channel which I hope you will give a Subscribe to.
As you’ve seen already and on numerous NYCC posts over the years, I like to focus on the fans/cosplayers who drop good money on attending. The ReedPOP folks always remind their press outlets that they are fan first and I like to help that along by showcasing the hard work like this awesome Gem.
Welcome back my friends and as promised I am here with you nice and early to get back into the presentations of my adventures at the 2021 New York Comic Con. I’ll be starting with my Day Two photographs and notes so if you missed anything just click HERE to launch a new browser tab with everything that has come before. My first photo is of a cosplaying violinist that we chanced upon down at the Hudson Yards “7” train.
The banner is welcoming all the patrons for the day and this wide shot is one that I often do at this event.
Hey there my fine readers, I am back as promised with more visualizations and notations from the 2019 New York Comic Con. I took a break from posting the main convention for a couple of days to share some side adventuring but now its back to the task at hand. We are on Day Three and this is the first installment. Historically speaking, the Saturday session of NYCC is the most hectic busy. If you missed any of the posts that have run just click HERE first. So I had just left that Harley Quinn gallery and as I headed back to the Javits, I dropped in to the Anime Fest that they had been doing as well.
This March, comic book history will be made as “Detective Comics” reaches its milestone 1000th issue. As you all know, this is the title that gave us “The Batman” way back in May of 1939 and before I get into the cover visuals, I wanted to share that classic issue with you all. Remember, Batman didn’t appear in the first issue of that comic but instead in its 27th.
About The Issue: After 80 years, it’s here—the 1,000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, the title that literally defines DC! This 96-page issue is stacked with an unbelievable lineup of talent that will take you on a journey through Batman’s past, present and future…plus a sensational epilogue that features the first-ever DC Universe appearance of the deadly Arkham Knight! But who is under the mask? And why do they want Batman dead? The incredible future of Batman adventures begins here!
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.