You all still like free stuff right? Well, here’s another giveaway.
So for all you who missed out in going or nabbing one of the exclusives at NYCC 2018 this year, here’s your chance at the Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons Exclusive Character Sheet Blank from Oni Press and IDW.
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I should be settling into the hotel in NYC by the time this is posted. Is everyone attending ready for NYCC? Let us know in the comments if you plan on being there.
Continue reading “Poyo's Spec and Drek for October 3rd, 2018”
New York Comic Con is upon us and that means geek goodies. Dark Horse has released their NYCC Exclusives for the upcoming Convention. Continue reading “Dark Horse NYCC 2018 Comic Exclusives”
Welcome again to the corner of CHU where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears this week.
Whether it’s good things or things that just downright annoy me, I’m here to share my thoughts with you all.
Continue reading “Things I Like and Dislike for the Week of September 26th, 2018”
NYCC is now in the not so distant past. It was a blast hanging out with Anthony and Tyson from ToyBoxOne. I went for the comics but made more money flipping toys. Maybe I should start focusing on toys rather than comic books, eh?
Now that I’m all rested up (but swamped with daily life, work and now get to uber the kids around as the wife started work on a really cool show, so I’ll be seeing her maybe next July as the shows shooting supposedly runs through June of next year).. let’s get on with the picks this week. Continue reading “Poyo's Picks for October 11th, 2017”
One of my favorite things to do at NYCC each year is to pop down artist ally and check out what some of my favorite artist and writers have at their tables. Friend of the site, Justin Jordan, usually has something interesting available. This year is no different. Continue reading “Justin Jordan Debuting New Book, The Family Trade, at New York Comic Con”
As we move closer and closer to next weeks New York Comic Con, we are getting more and more exclusive announcements. Here is what is on tap from Titan Comics: Continue reading “Titan Comics Release New York Comic ConExclusive Line Up”
Looking forward to NYCC coming up shortly. Exclusives are starting to be announced. Thecomicmint.com and Desert Wind Enterprises will have the following exclusive variant books available at the Desert Wind Booth (2907) at NYCC: Continue reading “The Comic Mint Announces Their Line of NYCC Exclusives”
If you are at New York Comic Con coming up next weekend, stop by booth 2444 and check out ComicXposures NYCC Exclusives Continue reading “Comicxposure announces NYCC Exclusives. “
Thanks to STEVEN BISCOTTI at Whatchareading for the interview.
Friday, during a busy afternoon at New York Comic Con, What’cha Reading had the opportunity to speak with Paul Azaceta, the popular artist behind the unsettling visuals of Robert Kirkman’s latest title – Outcast. The already year old comic by Skybound and Image is soon to be a television series on Cinemax; its only added to the intensity of fandom that the New Jersey based and Cadence Comic Art represented artist has encountered. So, on this crowded and more attended than SDCC event, we found Paul Azaceta at the Skybound booth and spoke to him about everything from his experience at this year’s New York Comic Con, to the visual development and approach to his work, and just how you could obtain one of his original pieces of art. Continue reading “NYCC 2015: Interview with Outcast’s Paul Azaceta”
In celebration of the FDNY’s 150th anniversary, the FDNY Foundation and ReedPOP have partnered with Marvel on these unique FDNY Fire and EMS helmet designs exemplifying and honoring the values of New York City’s true heroes. We had a display in NYCC Artist Alley featuring all the helmets throughout the weekend and are auctioning off these remaining helmets via our ReedPOP Supply Co. eBay account. Continue reading “NYCC (ReedPop) Auctioning off Marvel Super Hero Inspired FDNY Helmets”
WHAT UP CHU? AND WHEW WHAT A WEEKEND! I Had a legendary time at New York Comic Con. There was so much to see and do, I think that it is impossible for anyone to experience all that it has to offer in 4 days.
Continue reading “Mel’s New York Comic Con Wrap Up”