A parody to remind us who’ll have our backs during tomorrow’s zombie holocaust–if we have theirs today.Read the rest
A woman walks by security cameras in Harlem, October 10, 2014.
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The Russian wrestler of Street Fighter 2 fame (A.K.A Mike Fass) gets to grips with NYCC. [Photo: Heather Beschizza]
Naomi, a staffer with Flipside Creations, talks to a customer at New York Comic-Con Thursday. Flipside's bizarre wondercloset of (mostly wearable) goods ranges from ornate pocket watches to pickled pigs to stuffed tweetybirds. Their store is at flipsidecreations.etsy.com
New York Comic-Con is full of motley fans cosplaying as their favorite characters. I was alarmed, however, to find that inadequate precautions have been taken to protect conference-goers from poltergeists, apparitions and other paranormal entities. I hope the organizers will step up to the plate with an official response to the ectoplasmic menace and get rid of these unwelcome freelancers. (Mike Brown, left, and Josh Hollifield)
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I'm not sure which reboot this was, but I'm going to hazard that it was from the internet.
One of the wildest things about the major comic conventions is how broadly beyond that particular medium the focus now ranges. Hollywood movies, video games, general celebrity worship... all part and parcel of the show. For example, here is a highly detailed doll of the cunning and ruthless Prince Philip, a popular character from UK royalty.