Doing his part for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, best-selling author and DVD documentary producer, Andy Mangels, is spearheading the annual Women of Wonder Day charitable event, which he created back in 2006. We spoke to Mr. Mangels at length about his background and about the event, and the section of the interview pertaining to Women of Wonder Day can be heard by clicking on the audio player widget below.
The Women of Wonder Day event will be held on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at three comic book stores across the country: Excalibur Comics, 2444 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, Oregon; Comic Fusion, 42 Main St., Flemington, New Jersey; and Heroes and Fantasies, 4945 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, Texas. Money is raised for domestic abuse prevention & intervention charities via auction either at the stores or on ebay.
Bidders will vie to own exclusive pieces of art created by some of today's leading comic book artists featuring some of comics' powerful female characters. Additionally, autographed memorabilia has been contributed by some of today's hottest actors including Robin Williams, Lynda Carter, and the casts of Glee, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck, Nikita, and Castle. At the Portland event, comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis will be auctioning off a chance to be written in to one of his upcoming comics.
The event and the artwork are designed to be family-friendly and admission to the stores to participate in the auction is free. 100% of the proceeds go to the charities to benefit programs in the communities where the three stores are located. To find out more information about Women of Wonder Day, please visit http://www.womenofwonderday.com
Also, we now have the full audio interview with Andy Mangels, which ran about two hours and included discussions on a wide variety of pop culture topics from DVDs and animation to comic books and beyond. Click on the second player below to listen!
The 2011 New York Comic Con was held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City on October 13-16, and it was packed to the rafters with comic book fans, publishers, anime producers, celebrities, special guests, and eye-popping displays. The following galleries can only give you a small taste of the spectacle of the event, so if you're in the New York area next October, be sure to get your tickets to see it all in person!
Click on the tabs just below to see each of the three photo galleries of the weekend bash.
And, if you want to see our coverage of the 2010 New York Comic Con, click here...
DC Comics made its fans sit up and take notice when it recently announced that it would revamp its publishing schedule in September by canceling its entire line of superhero comics and relaunching them all at once with new number one issues. Many new titles would be added, and several titles in its current lineup would not be coming back at all or would be coming back drastically changed.
Additionally, the costumes for all of its characters that have been familiar to fans for decades would be redesigned – including those thought untouchable such as the classic Superman costume.
Further, while details remain sketchy and vague at this point, the stories beginning with the September issues would take place at a time earlier in the heroes' careers so Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, et al would be younger than they are depicted today – possibly by as much as ten years – and be no older than their mid-twenties. It has not been made explicit, but characters that are now in their twenties, such as Dick Grayson, who formerly fought crime at Batman's side as Robin, but has been known as Nightwing since the mid-1980s, might be de-aged back into their late teens.
Below is full lineup of 52 DC Universe titles that have been announced, but first here is a listing of the titles that will be canceled by August. No word on how any of DC's changes will affect the Vertigo or Johnny DC/Kids titles.
What is Superman's startling new status quo? How does it affect his friends, loved ones and his job at The Daily Planet? Find out in Superman #1, written by legendary comics creator George Perez (Crisis on Infinite Earths, New Teen Titans and Wonder Woman) and illustrated by Jesus Merino.
A new era of DC Comics begins as the longest-running monthly comic of all time releases its first issue #1 since 1938.
This September, New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) joins with sensational artist Rags Morales to bring you tales of The Man of Tomorrow unlike any you've ever read before in Action Comics #1. This momentous first issue will set in motion the history of the DC Universe as Superman defends a world that doesn't trust their first Super Hero.
The first Action Comics #1 is now the most sought-after comic book of all time. This September, one of comics' most imaginative storytellers will make history again in Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' Action Comics #1.
Supergirl's got the unpredictable behavior of a teenager, the same powers as Superman and none of his affection for the people of Earth. Writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson (Smallville, Superman Batman) will team up with artist Mahmud Asrar to give a new take on the teenager from Krypton in Supergirl #1.
They thought he was just a failed experiment, grown from a combination of Kryptonian and human DNA. But when the scope of his stunning powers was revealed, he became a deadly weapon. Superboy #1 will be written by Scott Lobdell with art by R.B. Silva and Rob Lean.
In the first Batman #1 since 1940, New York Times bestselling writer Scott Snyder teams up with superstar artist Greg Capullo in his DC Comics debut! In the series, Bruce Wayne once again becomes the only character taking on the Batman name.
DC Comics' flagship title is relaunched for the first time ever in Detective Comics #1 by acclaimed writer/artist Tony Daniel. Marking the first time Batman will appear in a debut issue of Detective Comics, the series will find Bruce Wayne on the trail of a dangerous serial killer known only as the Gotham Ripper.
In Batman: The Dark Knight, superstar artist David Finch writes and draws a twisted adventure that pulls Bruce Wayne deep into the halls of the famed Arkham Asylum, a jail for Gotham City's most dangerous and criminally deranged. Finch will team up with collaborator Jay Fabok on pencils.
In Batman and Robin #1, the acclaimed creative team of Peter Tomasi and Pat Gleason will explore the family dynamic of the Caped Crusader as Bruce Wayne battles the Gotham underworld with the help of his son, Damian, in the role of Robin.
According to writer Grant Morrison, Batman, Incorporated will return after a hiatus.
After a tenure as the Batman of Gotham, Dick Grayson resumes his mantle as Nightwing! As Dick embraces his identity, Haley's Circus, the big top where he once performed with his family, returns to Gotham - bringing with it a history of murder, mystery and superhuman evil. Nightwing must confront friends and enemies from his past as he searches for the source of an even greater evil.
Batgirl's going to have to face the city's most horrifying new villains as well as dark secrets from her past in Batgirl #1, the stunning debut issue from fan-favorite writer Gail Simone and artists Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes.
Meet Catwoman. She's addicted to the night. Addicted to shiny objects. Addicted to Batman. Most of all, Catwoman is addicted to danger. She can't help herself, and the truth is – she doesn't want to. She's good at being bad, and very bad at being good. Find out more about what makes Catwoman tick in Catwoman #1, written by Judd Winick and illustrated by Guillem March.
The Birds of Prey are Gotham City's covert ops team, taking down the villains other heroes can't touch. Mystery novelist ands comics writer Duane Swierczynski teams up with Jesus Saiz for Birds of Prey #1, the first issue of the hard-hitting new series.
This September, join with us in this historic moment when the first black character to wear the Batman mantle will be the first to star in his own ongoing series. Batwing will be written by Judd Winick and illustrated by Ben Oliver.
Geoff Johns has been charting the adventures of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps since Green Lantern: Rebirth, collaborating with such major artists as Ethan Van Sciver, Darwyn Cooke, Prentis Rollins, Marlo Alquiza and Mick Gray.
This fall, Johns reunites with artists Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy, as the series begins anew with Green Lantern #1 with cover by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Together they will continue to thrill readers and expand the Green Lantern mythos.
Change is coming. But set aside your fear. It'll be worth the wait.
Green Lantern Corps
Fernando Pasarin (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks)
When deadly conflicts emerge across the universe, it's up to Guy Gardner, John Stewart and an elite Green Lantern strike force to keep the peace.
Green Lantern Corps #1 will be written by Peter J. Tomasi with art by Fernando Pasarin and Scott Hanna. The cover to #1 is by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy.
Green Lantern: The New Guardians
Tyler Kirkham, Batt
Who are The New Guardians?
The power of Rage, Avarice, Fear, Will, Hope, Compassion and Love combine to be the most powerful (and colorful) team in the corps under the leadership of Kyle Rayner. Beware their power . . . and their volatility!
Green Lantern: The New Guardians #1 will be written by Tony Bedard and illustrated with cover by Tyler Kirkham and Batt.
Ed Benes, Rob Hunter
Going solo. Atrocitus and his Red Lantern Corps return in their own series, battling against injustice in the most bloody ways imaginable. This Lantern Corps takes no prisoners, they are judge, jury and executioners!
Red Lanterns #1 will be written by Peter Milligan with art and cover by Ed Benes and Rob Hunter.
On Wednesday, August 31st, DC Comics will launch a historic renumbering of the entire DC Universe line of comic books with 52 first issues, including the release of Justice League by New York Times bestselling writer and DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns and bestselling artist and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee. The publication of Justice League issue 1 will launch day-and-date digital publishing for all these ongoing titles, making DC Comics the first of the two major American publishers to release all of its superhero comic book titles digitally the same day as in print.
DC Comics will only publish two comic books on August 31st: the final issue of this summer's comic book mini-series Flashpoint and the first issue of Justice League by Johns and Lee, two of the most distinguished and popular contemporary comic book creators, who will be collaborating for the first time. Together they will offer a contemporary take on the origin of the comic book industry's premier superhero team.
A team of internationally-drafted superheroes fight each other and their bureaucratic supervisors as much as they do global crime in Justice League International #1 from writer Dan Jurgens and artist Aaron Lopresti. The cover to issue #1 is by Aaron Lopresti.
Features Booster Gold leading the team of Batman, Fire, Ice, August-General-In-Iron, Vixen, Guy Gardner, Rocket Red, and an unidentified black-haired woman.
Geoff Johns, one of comics' greatest storytellers, reunites with Green Lantern and Brightest Day collaborator Ivan Reis to bring you a thrilling new take on the fan-favorite hero of the sea in Aquaman #1. The cover to issue #1 is by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
Captain Atom has all the power in the world, but no hope of saving himself. Charged by nuclear energy, possessing vast molecular powers, he has the potential to be a god among men – a hero without limits. But the question is this: Will he lose himself in the process? JT Krul and artist Freddie Williams II take the character in a bold new direction in Captain Atom #1. The cover to issue #1 is by Stanley "Artgem" Lau.
The anthology series gets a new look in DC Universe Presents, a new series that will focus on multi-issue story arcs each featuring a different superhero from the DC Universe's rich cast of characters, told by some of comics' most exciting writers and artitsts. DC Universe Presents #1 kicks off the first arc of the series: a Deadman story by Paul Jenkins and Bernard Chang. The cover to issue #1 is by Ryan Sook.
Rising superstar Francis Manapul, fresh off his acclaimed run on The Flash with Geoff Johns, makes his comics writing debut in The Flash #1, sharing both scripting and art duties with Brian Buccellato. The Flash knows he can't be everywhere at once, but what happens when he faces an all-new villain who can? The cover to issue #1 is by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato.
Welcome to a major new vision of the Nuclear Man as writers Ethan Van Sciver and Gail Simone team up with artist Yildiray Cinar to deliver The Fury of Firestorm #1. Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond are two high school students, worlds apart – and now they're drawn into a conspiracy of super science that bonds them forever in a way they can't explain or control. The cover to issue #1 is by Ethan Van Sciver.
Oliver Queen is an orphan who grew up to fight crime as the Green Arrow, a billionaire playboy who uses his fortune to become a superhero – able to fight the most powerful super-villains in the universe with nothing but a bow and arrow. JT Krul will write Green Arrow #1 with art by superstar artist Dan Jurgens. The cover to issue #1 is by Brett Booth.
The world's third-smartest man – and one of its most eligible bachelors – uses his brains and fists against science gone mad in Mister Terrific #1, the new series from writer Eric Wallace and artist Roger Robinson. The cover to issue #1 is by J.G. Jones.
Batman writer Tony Daniel will team up with artist Philip Tan (Green Lantern: Agent Orange, The Outsiders) for The Savage Hawkman #1. Carter Hall's skill at deciphering lost languages has led him to a job with an archeologist who specializes in alien ruins – but will the doctor's latest discovery spread an alien plague through New York City? No matter the personal cost, Carter Hall must don his cowl and wings and become the new, savage Hawkman to survive. The cover to issue #1 is by Philip Tan.
New York Times bestselling writer Brian Azzarello, author of The Joker and 100 Bullets, teams up with the immensely talented artist Cliff Chiang (Neil Young's Greendale) for Wonder Woman #1, an exciting new series starring the DC Universe's greatest superheroine. The cover to issue #1 is by Cliff Chiang.
In the 31st century, the Legion of Super-Heroes is reeling from the loss of seven of their finest — and trying desperately to keep their youngest recruits alive against a series of terrible new threats. Legion of Super-Heroes #1 will be written by fan-favorite Legion writer Paul Levitz and illustrated by Francis Portela.
Seven heroes from the 31st century have traveled back to the present day. Their mission: Save their future from total annihilation. When the future tech they brought with them fails, they find themselves trapped in a nightmarish world and an ultimate struggle to survive. Legion Lost #1 will be written by Fabian Nicieza and illustrated by Pete Woods, fresh off an acclaimed run of Action Comics.
Tim Drake is forced to step out from behind his keyboard when an international organization seeks to capture or kill super-powered teenagers. As Red Robin, he must team up with the mysterious and belligerent powerhouse thief known as Wonder Girl and a hyperactive speedster calling himself Kid Flash in Teen Titans #1, by Scott Lobdell and artists Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund.
It's up to the living avatars of war and peace to root out the hidden forces who look to plunge the country into a deadly civil war in Hawk and Dove #1. The exciting new series will be written by Sterling Gates and illustrated by legendary superstar comics artist Rob Liefeld. It's up to the living avatars of war and peace to root out the hidden forces who look to plunge the country into a deadly civil war in Hawk and Dove #1. The exciting new series will be written by Sterling Gates and illustrated by legendary superstar comics artist Rob Liefeld.
Virgil Hawkins has been gifted with incredible electrical powers. Adopting the persona of Static, he faces super-powered street gangs, raging hormones, homework, and girls in Static Shock #1, co-written by John Rozum and Scott McDaniel, with McDaniel also illustrating along with Jonathan Glapion.
Even when Gotham City was just a one-horse town, crime was rampant – and things only get worse when bounty hunter Jonah Hex comes to town. Can Amadeus Arkham, a pioneer in criminal psychology, enlist Hex's special brand of justice to help the Gotham Police Department track down a vicious serial killer? Featuring back-up stories starring DC's other western heroes, All-Star Western #1 will be written by the fan-favorite Jonah Hex team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti and illustrated by Moritat.
Blackhawk is an elite group of mercenaries made up of brave men from around the world equipped with the latest in cutting-edge hardware and vehicles. Their mission: Kill the bad guys before they kill us. A set of contemporary tales that battle the world's gravest threats, Blackhawks #1 will be written by Mike Costa and illustrated by Ken Lashley.
It's not easy being Jaime Reyes. He has to deal with high school, family and all the drama that comes with being a teenager. Also, he's linked to a powerful scarab created by an alien race who seek to subjugate planets – or annihilate them. It's up to one teen hero to turn this instrument of destruction into a force for good in Blue Beetle #1, written by Tony Bedard (Green Lantern Corps) and illustrated by Ig Guara (Flashpoint: Grodd of War) and Ruy Jose.
A metahuman mercenary who made a living taking out the toughest targets, Deathstroke will reclaim his fearsome legacy by any means necessary in Deathstroke #1, a new series from rising star Kyle Higgins (Batman: Gates of Gotham) and artists Joe Bennett and Art Thibert.
Ex-black ops agent Cole Cash is a charming grifter that few can resist. And yet he's about to be branded a serial killer when he begins hunting and exterminating inhuman creatures hidden in human form – creatures only he can see. Can the biggest sweet talker of all time talk his way out of this one when even his brother thinks he's gone over the edge? Find out in Grifter #1, written by Nathan Edmondson with art by CAFU and BIT (the team behind T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents).
A man loses control of his life as the omnipresent Brother Eye transforms him against his will into a powerful killing machine OMAC #1, written by DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio and co-written and illustrated by Keith Giffen and Scott Koblish.
The grandson of the original Sgt. Rock assumes the command of Easy Company, a team of crack ex-military men financed by a covert military contractor, as they brave the battle-scarred landscape carved by the DC Universe's super-villains. Sgt. Rock and the Men of War #1 is contemporary military story fighting under modern conditions, and will be written by Ivan Brandon and illustrated by Tom Derenick.
Stormwatch is a dangerous super human strike force whose existence is kept secret from the world. Jack Hawksmoor and the rest of the crew look to recruit two of the deadliest super humans on the planet: Midnighter and Apollo. And if they say no? Perhaps the Martian Manhunter can change their minds. Featuring a surprising new roster, Stormwatch #1 will be written by the critically-acclaimed Paul Cornell (Superman: The Black Ring, Dr. Who) and illustrated by Miguel Sepulveda.
Harley Quinn! Deadshot! King Shark! They're a team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous – they're sheer suicide! Who will be the first to crack under the pressure? Find out in Suicide Squad #1, written by Adam Glass (Flashpoint: Legion of Doom) with art by Marco Rudy (The Shield).
Buddy Baker has gone from "super" man to family man – but is he strong enough to hold his family together when Maxine, his young daughter, starts to manifest her own dangerous powers? Find out in Animal Man #1, the start of a dramatic new series by acclaimed writer Jeff Lemire and artists Travel Foreman and Dan Green.
Set in the Middle Ages, the Demon leads an unlikely team to defend civilization and preserve the last vestiges of Camelot against the tide of history. Critically-acclaimed writer Paul Cornell and artists Diogenes Neves and Oclair Albert combine sorcery, swords and superheroes in Demon Knights #1.
Frankenstein and his network of strange beings work for an even stranger government organization: The Super Human Advanced Defense Executive. It's the breakout hero of Seven Soldiers as you've never seen him before in Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE #1, the first issue of a dark new series from acclaimed writer Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, The Nobody) and artist Alberto Ponticelli.
Vampires threaten to bring ruin to the DC Universe in I, Vampire #1 by rising star Josh Fialkov and artist Andrea Sorrentino. Tortured by his centuries-old love for the Queen of the Damnned, Andrew Bennett must save humanity from the violent uprising of his fellow vampires, even if it means exterminating his own kind.
John Constantine, Deadman, Shade the Changing Man and Madame Xanadu are Justice League Dark, a band of supernatural heroes united to stop the dark things the rest of the DCU does not see in Justice League Dark #1, by Peter Milligan and artist Mikel Janin.
A cult favorite character returns in a new series written by his classic creative team of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Joining them is Justice League: Generation Lost artist Fernando Dagnino. Resurrection Man #1 is the story of a hero who wakes up with new powers each time he's killed.
DC Comics embraces its dark side. On the 40th anniversary of the character's creation, the New York Times bestselling writer of American Vampire, Scott Snyder, teams up with Yannick Paquette (Batman, Incorporated) to bring horror back to the DC Universe in Swamp Thing #1. For years, one man served against his will as the avatar of nature. And while he may have been freed of the monster, he's about to learn the monster will never truly let go of him.
Priscilla Kitaen has just found out she's a monster. A half-alien hybrid, the woman known as Voodoo must confront the secrets of her past to make sense of the nightmare her life has suddenly become. Voodoo #1 will be written by Ron Marz with art by Sami Basri.
On sale dates for DC Comics relaunch along with full September solicitations:
All titles are 32 pgs, $2.99 unless otherwise noted
AUGUST 31: Flashpoint 5, Justice League 1 (40 pgs, $3.99)
Action Comics 1 (40 pgs, $3.99)
Batman and Robin 1
All-Star Western 1 (40 pgs, $3.99)
Animal Man 1
Blue Beetle 1
Birds of Prey 1
Batman: The Dark Knight 1
Demon Knights 1
Captain Atom 1
Detective Comics 1
Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE 1
Green Arrow 1
Green Lantern 1
DC Universe Presents 1
Fury of Firestorm 1
Hawk and Dove 1
Green Lantern Corps 1
Green Lantern: The New Guardians 1
Justice League International 1
Legion Lost 1
Legion of Super-Heroes 1
I, Vampire 1
Men of War 1 (40 pgs, $3.99)
Mister Terrific 1
Justice League Dark 1
Red Lanterns 1
Red Hood and the Outlaws 1
Savage Hawkman 1
Static Shock 1
Resurrection Man 1
Suicide Squad 1
Wonder Woman 1
Teen Titans 1
Swamp Thing 1
Looney Tunes 202
All-New Batman: The Brave and the Bold 11
Tiny Titans 44
Cartoon Network Action Pack 64
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 13
Young Justice 8
House of Mystery 41
American Vampire 19
Sweet Tooth 25
Free Comic Book Day 2011 is May 7
Written by USTownhall staff
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 10:30
Saturday May 7 is Free Comic Book Day for 2011. Just one day after the opening of the sure-to-be-hit movie, Thor, head on over to your local comic book store where you can find a sampling of comics from every major publisher in the business – all for free! It's all part of an industry effort to introduce comic books to the mass audience.
The comics to be given away in this year's program are:
Gold Comic Books
Ape Entertainment: KIZOIC PRESENTS: KUNG FU PANDA/RICHIE RICH FLIP BOOK
Archaia Entertainment: DARK CRYSTAL/MOUSE GUARD FLIP BOOK
Archie Comics: PEP COMICS FEATURING BETTY & VERONICA
BOOM! Studios: DARKWING DUCK/RESCUE RANGERS FLIP BOOK
Dark Horse Comics: AVATAR: LAST AIRBENDER/STAR WARS: CLONE WARS FLIP BOOK
DC Comics: GREEN LANTERN FLASHPOINT SPECIAL EDITION
IDW Publishing: LOCKE & KEY
Image Comics: SUPER DINOSAUR ORIGIN SPECIAL
Marvel Comics: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
Papercutz: GERONIMO STILTON & THE SMURFS FLIP BOOK
Silver Comic Books
Archie Comics: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
Aspen: WORLDS OF ASPEN 2011
Bluewater: THE MISADVENTURES OF ADAM WEST
Bongo Comics: BONGO COMICS FREE-FOR-ALL! 2011
Boom! Studios: ELRIC: THE BALANCE LOST
Dark Horse Comics: BALTIMORE/CRIMINAL MACABRE FLIP-BOOK
DC Comics: YOUNG JUSTICE/BATMAN: THE BRAVE & THE BOLD SUPER SAMPLER
Drawn + Quarterly: JOHN STANLEY'S SUMMER FUN
Fantagraphics: Walt DISNEY'S MICKEY MOUSE
Gemstone Publishing: OVERSTREET GUIDE TO COLLECTING COMICS 2011
History Graphics Press: CIVIL WAR ADVENTURE
Image Comics: ARTIFACTS #½
Liquid Comics: THE SILVER SCORPION
Marvel Comics: THOR & CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE MIGHTY AVENGERS
New England Comics: THE TICK FCBD
Oni Press: SPONTANEOUS #1
Oni Press: RATED FREE FOR EVERYONE
Radical Publishing: JAKE THE DREAMING
Rebellion/2000 AD: 2000 AD
Red 5 Comics: ATOMIC ROBO AND FRIENDS 2011
Th3rd World Studios: THE INTREPID ESCAPEGOAT/STUFF OF LEGEND PREVIEW
Top Shelf: TOP SHELF KIDS' CLUB
12-Gauge Comics: I.C.E.
Viper Comics: INSPECTOR GADGET
Wizards of the Coast: MAGIC: THE GATHERING COMIC BOOK
Yen Press/Hachette: JAMES PATTERSON'S WITCH & WIZARD
Zenescope: DISCOVERY CHANNEL'S TOP 10 DEADLIEST SHARKS/ANIMAL PLANET'S PREHISTORIC PREDATORS
Wizkids: DC Heroclix: GREEN LANTERN FIGURE
To find a comic book store near you, just call 1-800-COMIC-BOOK.
If you're in the Brooklyn, New York area on Saturday, visit our friends at Galaxy Comics:
• 6823 5th Avenue between 68th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue (718) 921-1236
• 123 7th Avenue, 2nd Floor between Carroll and President Streets (718) 623-1234
NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010
Written by Scott Katz
Saturday, 09 October 2010 08:54
The Comics industry invades midtown New York once again as fans from all over the country gather to the Jacob K. Javits center in Manhattan for the annual convention of comics fans, pros, and publishers. The New York Comic Con is likely the biggest show on the East Coast and is also home to the New York Anime Festival, also at the Javits Center this weekend.
Within this article...
Page 1:Photo galleries of your favorite Comic Book writers and artists!
Page 2:New York Comic Con panels: M. Night Shyamalan video, Cast of NIKITA video, Marvel Comics videos
Page 3:Sights from the New York Comic Con: Cosplayers, Random Celebrity Sightings, Movie props