Lot's to talk about from Day 4, but I'm so exhausted that I'll just wait until I do a more in depth blog eventually. I have hundreds of photos to post to Flickr. I'll probably start doing so next weekend. In the meanwhile, enjoy the top 10 photos from today.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011
NYCC Day 3 was a lot more fun than Day 2. As the crowd swelled to a "Fire Hazard" limit, the this day was certainly a lot more fun and eventful than the second day. I was able to meet Roman Dirge the creator of Lenore today. He had mentioned at an earlier panel that he and Neil Gaiman are working on trying to bring a Lenore animated movie to the big screen. I also met Ti West, the Director of House of the Devil. We also ran into comedian Grace Helbig (G4) who was awesome to talk with. Apparently she's never met Chris Hardwick and neither have I. He eluded us as his Nerdist booth was well hidden. Hopefully we can track him down tomorrow morning before he leaves. I need Chris to sign my House of 1000 Corpses DVD.
Day 2 of Comic Con was highlighted by the Marvel costume contest. Marvel has a huge presence this year and they're going all out in promoting the Avengers film. I was also able to see highlights from Final Fantasy XIII-2. My only gripe today was the lack of info on Celebes. I didn't meet any because I couldn't find any of the ones I wanted to meet! NYCC has done a poor job with their app and website, and in updating the locations of the guest. I know the program books are printed a week sooner, but I had no idea Debbie Mazar was even at the show until it was pointed out to me today! There's no info on where and when she's signing!
Friday, October 14, 2011
I signed myself up for 4 days of Comic Con. Even though NYCC started at 4PM today, I did get a taste of what I'm in for. It should be fun, very memorable, yet tiring. I promised myself that I would do a photo blog at the end of each day and show off the top photos for that day. Not much going on for Day 1 as people were still setting up and getting their act together. I plan to have a more extensive NYCC blog next week, but in the meanwhile, enjoy some of the sites observed today at NYCC.