NYCC 2012 in Tweets and Instagram

NYCC 2012 in Tweets and Instagram

Although we had to leave NYCC early because of some personal issues, it wasn’t too hard to follow along with from home! Here’s a brief recap via Twitter and Instagram of the last five days; it was the kind of show where Juanjo Guarnido, award winning artist of the Blacksad franchise, shows up and people take a while to catch on. Despite all the complaints over the emphasis on showbiz stuff, this year’s comics news dominated the show…and twitter.

Dive right in:

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Comments

  1. Torsten Adair says

    I overlooked him because he was overshadowed by his compatriots! It was that kind of artists alley…epic!

  2. says

    I heard NYCC divided the artist alley from the main show floor. How did that work out for Artist Alley? Any reports, anecdotes, or complaints? I’m curious because I need to get off my West Coast behind and plop it down at an East Coast convention next year.

  3. Torsten Adair says

    Jimmie, from talking with artists I knew, they had a good show.

    If you read my daily diary posts, you’ll see some photos of the crowds. The aisles were wide (the main center aisle had a sketch car in the middle, and it was still easy to navigate!), the crowd was busy, but it was not difficult to talk with a creator. Lines that I was in moved quickly.

    The room was perfect (if a little remote), and this is probably the best Artists Alley at a major convention.

    More later…

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