Welcome back my friends to our comprehensive coverage of the 2015 NY Comic Con. You have now arrived at the second chapter of our Day Four coverage and the Final Chapter in all of these narratives about the convention. Congratulations. As I noted in the first chapter for this particular day, I was using today as a “clean up” day and getting whatever other images I could secure. One of the things that I did was wander the outside area where the buses usually pass through (they were not passing these lanes for the convention) as numerous cosplayers were taking photos with each other and with the many photographers that attend the event. Here are some of the highlights from this part of my adventure.
Hello again my friends and welcome back to the comprehensive look inside the 2015 NY Comic Con. You have safely arrived to the Day Four festivities and all the visuals that I captured with either my camera or mobile device. I’ll admit I was pretty tired at this point and got to the Javits Center around noon to let most of the crowd in before me. The Sunday session is called “Kids Day” and makes for some packed areas for sure. Its great to see the wee ones all dressed up in their superheroic finest though. I’ll chime in when I feel like it for this one so let’s begin with the downstairs “autograph area”. I just wanted to see what was brewing. You cannot easily take photos of people signing at the tables as the staff blocks your view from doing so. That has never made sense to me because as someone working the press side of things its nice to get visuals of the talent doing their thing to inspire people to attend next year.
Greetings my dear readers and welcome back to our series of posts from the 2015 NY Comic Con. For those who are just joining us, you have arrived at the final chapter of the Day Three visuals that were collected from the adventure. What a blast its been so far (as we’ve been to the event for three days in a row already) and there will still be the Day Four stuff that will begin tomorrow. I’ll start off this post with a very special bunch of photos that are celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the NYFD. This anniversary was done in part by the FDNY Foundation and ReedPop who partnered with Marvel Comics to celebrate the real heroes of the NYFD and EMS. All of the helmets were on display and were going to be auctioned off. Talk about your one of a kind art. Take a look. My favorite is this first one with Iron Man.
Oh hey there, you’re up. That’s good to see being the case because we’ve been here for quite awhile making sure your view screen is loaded with wonderful images from the recent 2015 NY Comic Con. Though the event has been over for several days by the time you are seeing this, I still have a few more chapters to share with you. Long time readers know we generally post about “50” photos in each of the posts for ease of enjoyment and focus. Let’s start today’s party by saying “I’m the King Of Rock, there is no higher, you sucka MC’s better call me Sire” because that is the one and the only Darryl McDaniels or DMC from the famous Rap group Run DMC. Darryl has his own comics imprint and was enjoying his time at NYCC. He was in Artist Alley and talked to every single fan that came to his table. That is class.
Good morning my friends and welcome back to the visual recap of the 2015 NY Comic Con. I’m now up to the second chapter of the Day Three part of the adventuring which is the Saturday session and as historically confirmed is the busiest and most populated day of the massive event. I’ll begin with this charming Atlantean couple who you know as Aquaman and Mera. King and Queen of Atlantis. Welcome your Highness.