Well my friends, you have made it all the way to the end of the features from New York Comic Con and I raise a glass of your favorite something to you. Of course if you are just now joining us you are very late and should click HERE to see all the other coolness I’ve documented. In addition to these numerous posts there are a lot of different photos on the Official Instagram and interesting clips on the Official YouTube. I’ll start the journey with my friends Miss Cheng and Barbie Chula before heading down to Artist Alley.
Well my friends you have kept on with us so far and now its time to start presenting the findings from Day Four of the mega-media event known as New York Comic Con. If you’ve been with us so far let me just let the newbies know to click HERE to see all of the posts that they might have missed by being latecomers. As expected I’ve a lot to share with you so let’s get down to it.
The Sunday part of NYCC is known as “Family Day” and that let’s attendees bring a child up to a certain age in for a discounted price. I think the age is 12 or 13 but don’t quote me since I don’t know offhand.
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.
Hello again my geek-minded members of the readership, I am back with another piece of the larger puzzle that is the mega-media event known as New York Comic Con. I am still on Day Three so if you’re just joining us you might want to click HERE first to see all the posts that have come before this one. In this piece I will be heading over to Artist Alley to spend a little more quality time with the creatives and secure a lot of cosplay along the way. Let’s go.
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.