Somewhere between the chaotic wall-to-wall obstacle course that is Comic-Con International in San Diego and the transcendent tranquility of MorrisonCon in Las Vegas, Reed Exhibitions' New York Comic Con is one of the United States' most trafficked events for comic books, film, television, games, and all sorts of awesome things of a similar nature. The number of d
Action Figure Xpress focused on core heroes and villains in its first ThunderCats Minimates box set at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer, but the line's second assembly of TCats characters is all about the mutants. The New York Comic Con exclusive Thundercats Classic Minimates Series 2 Box Set will be available October 11-14 at the AFX booth (#556) for $19.
Humor: How It Should Have Ended turns its attention to The Amazing Spider-Man.
Interviews: Sean T. Collins talks to Daniel Clowes, Chris Ware and Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez all at the same time and somehow manages not to turn into Chris Farley. You'll want to read this.
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In addition to continuing its new line of convention-exclusive 3.75" Green Lantern action figure 2-packs, DC Collectibles has announced that it will also debut a brand new Aardman Batman toy this October at New York City Comic Con. As previewed on the back of this past summer's SDCC release of Kyle Rayner and Kilowog, the NYCC GL 2-pack will include John Stewart and Red L
Things are definitely changing for New York Comic Con this year. Not only will the event officially merge with the concurrent New York Anime Festival for the first time, but the combined convention may find itself out of a home, if proposed plans for a new NY convention center get the go-ahead.Heidi Macdonald has the official PR about the merging of the two conventions, which notes that "whi
This week, we've moved our monthly War Rocket Ajax roundtable episode up a few weeks to bring you a New York Comic Con wrap-up with ComicsAlliance editors Andy Khouri and Caleb Goellner! It's a strange trip back to the stone age as we discuss everything from the return of Extreme Studios to the music of Fall Out Boy (really), and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #19: Stone Tablets and Giant Fingernails wit
First announced last weekend at the Batman: All Access panel at New York Comic Con, Chip Kidd, the prolific graphic designer and Dark Knight documentarian behind such works as Batman: Animated and Batman: Collected, is working on an original Batman graphic novel for DC Comics. Illustrated by veteran Batman: Shadow of the Bat and Judge Dredd artist Dave Taylor and edited by Wednesday Comics (and DC's VP
Amazing: CA contributor David Wolkin alerted me to a Tumblr that draws Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles onto the noses of celebrity photos. You'll want to see this.
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