NY Comic Con 2017 in Photos #NYCC #NYCC17 @NY_Comic_Con
This year was my first time attending New York Comic Con (actually any comic con) and I have to say it was one of the most fun experiences I’ve ever had at the Javit’s Center! There was a lot to see and so many amazing costumes. One thing that I really liked was how nice and accepting everyone was – it really felt like a tight-knit community of folks supporting each other.
Below are some photos I took during my time walking around. You can read more about NY Comic Con here.
The Night King poses with a fan.
Groot needed some help with a refreshment – it was hot that day!
Minons taking a snack break.
Of course the Ghostbusters showed up!
There were some great costumes from the younger folks in attendance as well
Breakdancing Spiderman drew a crowd of press
Princess Leia had a police escort
Eleven was hanging out outside, daydreaming
Captain America, off to save the day
A couple of Jokers
This entire booth was made of VHS tapes
And last but not least, this guy had one of my favorite costumes….he dressed as the Javit’s Center!
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