We give you the low-down on the best of Marvel news from their NYCC: Special Edition panel. Secret Wars, Lando, new Iron Man and more.
Just as ReedPOP has finished up BookCon at the Javits Center, we turn our attention to their next show, Special Edition New York City, located one mile north at Pier 94! Those who remember the Scrapple in the Big Apple in 2009 will recall that this Pier hosted the Wizard World-owned “Big Apple Con”. Wizard retreated to […]
It was a busy weekend for comics in and around New York City, with EternalCon, New York Comic Fest and Special Edition: New York all taking place, as well as a few satellite events. All three cons were a success, judging by comments from participants, and online reports. I think it’s fair to say that […]
Yesterday, I was up in Westchester. Today, I was at the Javits Convention Center, attending ReedPOP’s Special Edition NYC. The show was a condensed, comics-only version of the much larger New York Comic Con, The North Hall, which usually houses Artist Alley, hosted a diverse selection of retailers, creators, and related exhibitors. My goal? Spectate, […]
Straight from the offices of Publishers Weekly, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source of comics news and discussion starring The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald. In this week’s podcast the More to Come Crew – Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald, Calvin Reid and Kate Fitzsimons – discuss Special Edition, the new New York comics-only show from […]
It may not be Con Wars, but it is con crunch. With the exploding popularity of comics/pop culture shows around the world, more and more events, some of them highly localized, are springing up. And as cons get more popular, suitable dates are becoming harder and harder to find.
New York is currently home to three major events—the indie focused MoCCA Festival in April, the sprawling New York Comic Con in October, and the art comics focused Comic Arts Brooklyn in November. And now a summer show is coming: ReedPOP, the organization behind NYCC, is launching Special Edition NYC June 14-15 at the Javits Center. The show will be purely comics focused, without the video game/movie distractions of NYCC, and held in the popular shed-like “North Hall” where artists alley was held the last two years of NYCC.
Ironically, this weekend – Father’s Day — is already hosting two other shows in the New York metro area.