Well hello again my Convention Adventuring Fellow Geeks, I’m back with another chapter of my comprehensive exploration of the 2018 New York Comic Con. You’ve arrived at Chapter 3 of the Day One findings and if you’re just joining us on the website you’re going to want to click HERE to open a new tab with all of the posts that have gone live on the website so far. Generally speaking its better to start at the beginning with these since I often refer back to other points as I explore. I’ll start this chapter with some finds in The Block such as this table of UNICEF comics. They were free to the public while supplies lasted and I made sure to take some for the younger relatives in my circle.
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.
The tenured readers of the PiercingMetal website know just how much we love to attend the Pop Culture conventions and share our narrative and visual findings here with the masses. We’ve been attending the New York Comic Con since 2010 and the Toy Fair since 2011 and the interested can click the highlighted text to peruse any narratives that are tagged for them. This post will begin a new series of coolness that I am so excited to share with you as this year, the folks at Leftfield Media have launched the first ever “Anime NYC” Convention. Last year I attended the first NYC based Liberty City Anime Convention (discussed HERE) and while I am not the biggest study of Anime and Manga presentations, I do love me some cosplayer creativity and related geek stuff so let’s get this adventure started.
Hello readers and welcome to another installment from the Toy Fair 2016 explorations. I’m continuing along through the companies that I visited as deeper focuses and with this chapter we are going to share three more based on the photos that were captures. I’ll start with Monogram International Inc. who have a lot of licenses that I enjoy. One of their biggest sellers are these blind boxes and blind bags that let you collect a whole range of things. Take a look at some of what I saw.
Congratulations. You have safely arrived at segment three of our NY Comic Con 2011 coverage, we welcome you back and we thank you for your kind attention as we aim to deliver as many of the wonderful sights to your computer screen as possible. When I left you all in part two, I was still wandering around the halls of the Anime Festival section of the event. Last year this was downstairs on the lower level and I heard rumblings that they had felt pushed off to the side. This year they were up in the attic so to speak and truly felt separated from the main event so I don’t know if this helped them much more. I will say that they appear to have more things going on this time around. Here is some lovely artwork but again as I had mentioned, no sign, no name. Sigh.