NYCC 2013 Day 4 – More Who, More Cosplay, More Friends, and More Fun.

  Sunday at Comic Con had always been a day where things were a little quieter in the past.   It was a good day to head out onto the floor, look for deals, maybe seek out a favorite artist and get to talk to them without being too rushed. This year, not so much.   The demand for tickets has been so high, that Sunday’s ticket has been a sell out too.   I always loved … Continue reading

NYCC 2013 Day 3 – More Doctor Who, Valiant, and of course, COSPLAY OF THE DAY!

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Saturday at New York Comic Con. Or as I like to call it,  the 8th ring of hell. Maybe it’s not the best thing for a mild agoraphobic like myself to be at, but I persevered. As you may remember, I was up late after the first day, due to an animal emergency.   I was still pretty tired, but I tried to get to the Con pretty early, because I knew I wanted to get … Continue reading

NYCC 2013 Day 2 – Comic Apps, Time Lords and Cosplay of the Day!

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Day two at the 2013 New York Comic Con at the Javits Center on Manhattan’s west side was a long hard day for us here at Geeksville. After returning home after a great day one, Geeksville’s resident feline, Cat (yes we named him Cat) let us know in no uncertain terms that he was not well.   So after some judicious googling it was decided we had to run to vet, stat.   So at 4am we … Continue reading

New York Comic Con 2013 Day 1 – in review.

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It was a good day to be in Geeksville.   Today, the BBC announced the discovery of 9 previously thought lost forever Doctor Who episodes from the Patrick Troughton era,  The University of Michigan hockey season began with a win, and today was the first day of New York Comic Con. We have been busy outside of Geeksville recently.   We apologize for the lack of updates lately.  But you know we never miss New York Comic … Continue reading

NYCC 2012 Day 4 – The Last Day, with Cosplay of the Day (of course)

Ah Sunday, that quiet restful day at the end of the week. Not at Comic Con!  Turn out look to be up on Sunday against last year, from my observation, with a lot of young kids and families on hand.  This makes me think a few things: Could NYCC be outgrowing the Jacob Javits Center? and if it is, where else in New York City could it move to?  Would it leave Manhattan? Would it … Continue reading