I’m finishing up my New York Comic Con photo posts, and these are those which don’t really fall under better grouping. 

I’ve arranged them chronologically… Thursday I hit the big booths; Friday, Artist Alley; Saturday, the outer rim of the show floor; Sunday, checklisting anything I may have overlooked.


Thursday

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It used to be, facial hair denoted villainy. Yet, according to this chart, only two villains sport beards. This is a tie-in promotion with Philips/Norelco, where attendees could get a trim. (I declined, but I do own one of their trimmers.) There was also a free Dr. Strange tie-in comic.
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At a glance, I thought this was fan art….
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…but a closer look shows…
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…that the art is by world-famous mangaka!
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An example, from Rumiko Takahashi!

Friday

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Part of the 20th Century Fox display in the hallway to Artist Alley.
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Looking at the grids, this seems to the be a 360-degree view.
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Sample pages.
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“Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one now to mock your own grinning? Quite chapfallen?”

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This reminds me of Barber and Scioli’s “Transformers vs. G.I. Joe”!
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Ooooh… what mysteries await discovery in Artist Alley X? Will our intrepid reporter return, or be cursed to wander forever into the great unknown?

Saturday

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The show floor, at approximately 4:15 PM.
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The view north, at 4:20 PM.

Sunday

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Simon & Schuster had a nice promotion: You buy the book in advance for cover price, and get a wristband and ticket. Then, at 10 AM on Sunday, you get in line to pick up a pre-signed copy. The line moved quickly, of course, and I didn’t get a chance to say anything. But for $30, that’s probably the cheapest price for a Stan Lee autograph!

Chevrolet had various cars skinned around Javits, including this “pony car” on the show floor. Note, that in animation, the line art is colored to match the characters’ coloring.

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Oohh… a coloring book car!

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Artist Alley on Sunday, 4:25 PM.

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This is the corner of 3-A which overlooks the portal to Artist Alley.

Afterwards

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Group photo of the NYCC crew, who got raves from attendees!

…and another year goes into the record books!

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Spotted outside Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine on Tenth Avenue.

DDDDDith Philips/Norelco, where attendees could get a trim. (I declined, but I do own one of their trimmers.) There was also a free Dr. Strange tie-in comic.[/caption]

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At a glance, I thought this was fan art….
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…but a closer look shows…
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…that the art is by world-famous mangaka!
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An example, from Rumiko Takahashi!

Friday

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Part of the 20th Century Fox display in the hallway to Artist Alley.
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Looking at the grids, this seems to the be a 360-degree view.
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Sample pages.
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“Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one now to mock your own grinning? Quite chapfallen?”

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This reminds me of Barber and Scioli’s “Transformers vs. G.I. Joe”!
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Ooooh… what mysteries await discovery in Artist Alley X? Will our intrepid reporter return, or be cursed to wander forever into the great unknown?

Saturday

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The view north, at 4:20 PM.
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The show floor, at approximately 4:30 PM.

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Sunday

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Simon & Schuster had a nice promotion: You buy the book in advance for cover price, and get a wristband and ticket. Then, at 10 AM on Sunday, you get in line to pick up a pre-signed copy. The line moved quickly, of course, and I didn’t get a chance to say anything. But for $30, that’s probably the cheapest price for a Stan Lee autograph!

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Chevrolet had various cars skinned around Javits, including this “pony car” on the show floor. Note, that in animation, the line art is colored to match the characters’ coloring.

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Oohh… a coloring book car!

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Artist Alley on Sunday, 4:25 PM.

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Afterwards

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Group photo of the NYCC crew, who got raves from attendees!

…and another year goes into the record books!

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Spotted outside Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine on Tenth Avenue.