New York Comic-Con is a wrap, but only after delivering four days packed with movies, video games, comics and cosplay.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive had its first official tournament over the weekend at the New York Comic-Con.
Disclaimer: This was not, by any stretch of the imagination, my first ever convention. NYCC 2011 was, however, my first convention as a member of the press. As it turns out, there isn't much difference between a badge that says "4-day" and a badge that says "press"—unless the person wearing said badge makes that…
New York Comic-Con's Just Dance 3 stage was always filled with an interesting mix of cosplayers, but these are my favorite: A dozen assassins from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed line dancing to Sugarhill Gang's Jump On It with the help of Ubisoft's other major hit... Just Dance.
New York Comic-Con wrapped up Sunday with a schedule geared slightly more towards children.
I'm not really sure if the Voltron figures I spotted while browsing the floor of New York Comic-Con this weekend are new, but I'm positive I'm going to need to buy at least one of them.
When Beenox and Activision revealed the impressive, all-gameplay trailer for the Amazing Spider-Man game, the New York Comic-Con attendees at the Marvel Video Games all reacted enthusiastically. But, during the panel's Q&A session, one fan expressed concern over just how long the tie-in game would be when it comes…
Revealed during Mattel's weekend panel at New York Comic-Con, here's our first look at the upcoming Masters of the Universe 30th Anniversary Classics collection.
When I saw Greg Rucka at the Oni Press booth during New York Comic-Con, I was just going to say how much I'm enjoying his run on the re-launch of The Punisher. (Oni's published Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim comics, among others.) But, when I saw that he was wearing a N7 Mass Effect t-shirt, I remembered that…
Next April's Prototype 2 will refine the violence of the original 2009 Prototype. That was expected. Prototype is a game about being ultra-powerful and letting nothing: not the military, not monsters, not anyone or anything stand in your way.
The star of our latest batch of cosplay shots is a 12-year-old Dead Space fan who started making his costume in early summer when his aunt agreed to take him to Comic-Con. He's got a head lamp on under his helmet to make his visor glow. And he's got our admiration for making one of the coolest costumes of the show.
The biggest applause in the panels that Capcom held for their upcoming fighting games came for the introduction of the blue-suited hero of the Ace Attorney games. During the Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 panel, special consultant and fighting game expert Seth Killian talked about how the development team tried to…
We ran a picture of this amazing, hand-made bit of steampunk cosplay earlier today, but I liked it so much I decided to chase the guy down and interview him.
I followed this guy around for a little bit trying to capture a video. He'd go somewhere sort of fold into himself and just lay there long enough to draw a crowd and maybe scare one person.
There's a lot going on at New York Comic-Con this weekend. There's the comics, the video games, the table top gaming, the cosplay and the cars.
Capcom set up a sound booth in the middle of their New York Comic-Con booth this weekend not to keep the noise out, but to keep it in.
And lo, the hordes have come. Yesterday was the first public day of New York City's annual nerd prom and fandoms of every stripe showed up in force, even though it was a work day. Gaze upon these costumes in awe, gentle readers. Special props to the young woman doing New Lara Croft. Way to stand out, lady!