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NYCC2011: Day 2 Photo Gallery (Pros, Cosplayers)

The following are selections of photos from day 2 of the 2011 New York Comic Con. For more photos, even larger versions of the ones below, character and cosplayer identifications, and occasional smart-alecky commentary from me, visit Ed’s NYCC 2011 Flickr photoset.

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PROS AND COMPANIES

Bruce Timm before the
Green Lantern: The Animated Series panel.
(Panel coverage here, series premiere review here)


The Cartoon Network booth, dominated by a giant inflatable
Jake. Finn was riding on top and Lady Rainicorn is in there, too.


Veteran comics writer and editor Denny O’Neil,
being extremely nice to a fan who suddenly realized
he really should have thought more about what he was going to say
if that guy walking out of the panel room was really Denny O’Neil.


Marvel Entertainment TV Head Jeph Loeb before
the Marvel TV Panel.

COSPLAYERS

This was a whole extended family cosplaying as the Bat-family.
The family that cosplays together stays together, I guess.


There were a lot of times where I’d stop
some cosplayers for a photo and while I was
getting their info, tons of other fans swarmed
around them and snapped about a dozen more photos.
Unsurprisingly, this happened to this lovely group
of ladies above. So, to everyone I did this to over
the weekend, I’m sorry and I hope I didn’t make you
too late to where you were going.


A Jem booth model at the Hasbro booth. The rumors
that she’s making a comeback are apparently true.


Saw lots of Finns and Fionas during the weekend,
but I couldn’t resist this pitch-perfect Marcelline
outfit and her friend from Hetalia. This is also a
case where a camera screw-up probably ended up
making the photo better, because my flash was dying
at this point in the day.


Commander A, I assume from some alternate future
Captain America story. This cosplayer had to be at
least 6’4″ tall, and he was massive. Very cool guy.



There were a lot of really amazing Ms. Marvel
cosplays this year. This one (Shellypants) was
wholly awesome, even when a whole batch of Scooby-Doo
cosplayers kind of jumped into the shot with her.
She was even cool enough to let me grab a few more shots
alone after they left, and I’m really really glad she did.


Like I said, there were a lot of really amazing Ms. Marvel
cosplays this year. For once, the redeye isn’t a flash problem.
Wonder Man was wearing orange contacts.



There were also a lot of Yokos from Gurren Lagann
running around, some better than others. These were
two of the better ones I was able to catch.



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