Day 3 of the big show, and the most congested with fans and lookee-lous. I made sure to arrive before the doors opened to the general public, and once I'd settled in at Russ' table (I am there as his assistant for all four days) I waited at the entrance to Artists Alley for the doors to open, so I could capture the massive waves of fans as they made their way in...
10:02am. The public is let into Artists Alley.
A superb '70's Green Arrow.
Python fans representing: My semi-annual encounter with the same group of Spanish Inquisition cosplayers.
The Bride of Frankenstein.
The charming Leslie from UNNATURAL.
Indiana Jones and the opened Ark of the Covenant.
An ultra-creepy Pennywise the dancing clown.
The Flash's Rogues Gallery.
Madame Hydra and Havok.
An interesting Star Wars variation.
Hellboy and the Angel of Death.
The best of BREAKING BAD fan represents.
With the legend that is Keith Giffen and my DC Comics colleague, Jann Jones.
"MOVE ALONG, CITIZEN."
Al and Peggy Bundy.
A superb homemade puppet of Imelda from COCO.
The Squadron Supreme's Doctor Spectrum, Hyperion, and Nighthawk.
My umpteenth convention photo with dear friend Amanda Conner.
Green Lantern Guy Gardner and Hawkeye.
Bullpen brother Julio Herrera, back from Japan, with his unfairly adorable little one, Julie.
The Kingpin, ridding New York City of "a civic menace and perpetual pest."
Oblina and Krumm.
TUNE IN TOMORROW FOR DAY 4: THE END OF THE TUMULT.