The organizers of the famed New York Comic Con have revealed the first-round of confirmed guests in the entertainment scene, the artist alley and a number of voice actors. The poster is down below and I’ll add that in straight text for you as well in the event it proves too difficult to read on your device of choice.
Entertainment: Ewan McGregor, Chris Evans, Jodie Whittaker, David Tennant, Karen Gillan, Michael Rooker, Rhys Darby, Sean Gunn, Tim Curry, John Carpenter, Zachary Levi, Katee Sackhoff, Simon Kassianides, Mercedes Varnado, Ron Perlman, Con O’Neill, Vico Ortiz, Kristian Nairn, Nathan Foad, Matthew Maher, Diane Guerrero, Babish and the Babish Culinary Universe, FTR, Sting, Jamie Hayter, Kathy Najimy Continue reading New York Comic Con 2023 Announces Initial Guest, Exhibitor and Partner List→
Well my friends we have made it safety and somewhat soundly to the fourth and final day of the 2022 New York Comic Con and I cannot believe how fast the days have gone by. Calendar wise the convention ended over a week ago but our presentations keep on posting until we’ve finished with everything. So Day Four is historically known as the “Family Day” and this means that children under a certain age can come in with a special “Kids Pass”. That also means that its now even more crowded on the Sunday than used to only be found on the Saturday session. Now if you are only just joining us we are going to hold up a “You Shall Not Pass” sign and instead suggest that you click HERE to launch a new browser tab with all of the posts that have preceded this one. You’ll thank me later for sure. So today I’ve arrived before the doors were even open because I was on the hunt for the 9th and final Topps “Garbage Pail Kids” trading card. I will have this card if its the last thing that I do LOL.
Soon after the doors opened I raced to Topps and got that coveted card and then did a quick errand for a friend of mine. Now it was time to announce our presence for the day like I’ve been doing in the short clips. For those new to the program, they’ve gone to TikTok, Instagram Reels and of course YouTube which is the one I like to include in these editorials since its one of our most important networks. Please consider subscribing to that to help us along.
Hey there my brave New York Comic Con adventurers, I have returned once more to continue along with the visuals captured on Day One of this massive media happening. It’s been fun so far and I’ll pick up where the exploring paused. As mentioned in the earlier installments, you’re going to want to click HERE since that will open up a window with all of our posts about this years convention. It’s always best to start at the beginning since I tend to refer to other things as I go along. Let’s wander.
I wanted to see another angle of the “Back To The Future” DeLorean since I’ve always loved that car. This will obviously not be a part of the play since this is a real deal car. One has to imagine that a Broadway set piece will need to be lighter. I could be wrong but who knows.
The Press Release:
The comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content kicks off October with the debut of the first three creator-owned titles penned by #1 New York Times bestselling writer Scott Snyder and co-created by some of the top artists in the industry. First comes We Have Demons #1 by Snyder and Greg Capullo on October 5th, then on October 12th comes Clear #1 by Snyder and Francis Manapul, and on October 19th comes Night of the Ghoul #1 by Snyder and Francesco Francavilla. Closing out the month on October 26th the wickedly curious can get a glimpse at the next five upcoming titles in a Halloween Sampler.
“October has been deemed “Scottober” at comiXology Originals,” says Chip Mosher, comiXology’s Head of Content. “With the arrival of We Have Demons featuring widescreen action and the kinds of jaw dropping storytelling twists that have made Snyder and Capullo the bestselling creator duo of the last 25 years, followed by Clear Snyder’s first noir thriller and Manapul’s first ever creator-owned book, which is a dazzling, sci-fi thrill ride into a strange dystopian future, and in the lead up to the most terrifying night of the year, Snyder and Francavilla—two modern masters of horror—collaborate for the first time with Night of The Ghoul, a bold and bloody reimagining of monsters that celebrates classic creature features.” Continue reading ComiXology Originals and Scott Snyder’s Best Jackett Press Celebrate October Launches→
The Press Release:
In anticipation of the international launch of DC’s runaway 2020 hit limited series, Dark Nights: Death Metal, the publisher announced today plans to collaborate with seven of the most renowned metal music bands for Dark Nights: Death Metal – Band Edition. Representing a cross-section of metal music from across genres and generations, each special edition will feature a variant cover spotlighting a different metal band, an introduction from the band and exclusive interview. The lineup includes:
Issue #1: Featured band: Megadeth – Cover artist: Juanjo Guarnido