Dozens of science fiction fans dressed up Saturday, showing off their inner superhero at the first-ever Winter Con event at the Resorts World Casino in Queens.
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Don’t be surprised if you see people wandering the streets in strange costumes—Comic Con has hit Manhattan and it’s a wild scene.
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No, it’s not Christmas yet, but for many it feels like it as San Diego Comic Con starts.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal got freaky for Halloween, channeled her inner German with an Oktoberfest celebration, and stopped by Comic Con.
A team of engineers has assembled a “Bionic Man,” using artificial organs, limbs and other body parts, and has been showing it off at the New York City Comic Con.
Out of the 116,000 attendees in 2012, more than 40 percent were female.
The annual event brought together comic book, video game, and science fiction fans from all over the country. Crazy costumes for everyone were the norm.
A one-of-a-kind Batman-themed car is going up for auction soon to fight hunger in Africa. DC Comics co-publisher and world-famous comic artist Jim Lee visited the Time Warner Center to keep an eye on the ride.
The event features zombies, superheroes, villans, aliens and of course Chewbaccas.
Just a few of the events for the whole family going on in the city this autumn.