Unbeknownst to me, Comic Con was actually going on in New York this weekend. Smaller and tighter than the San Diego original, it certainly felt like the costumed convention-goers ratcheted it up a few notches to compensate. It’s always fun to go to these things, mainly because everyone’s not taking themselves so seriously. No coolguy pretense on the floor, just goodtimes and lack of inhibition.
Truth be told, these assorted Ghostbusters actually didn’t know each other, and just randomly bumped into each other here in the parking lot. They’ve all invested so much time and money into making their proton packs. Hope they don’t cross their streams….
I just want a Ghost Trap…
C’mon Bill, get it together!
I’d much rather watch this than the Avengers:
How can they just sit there and do interviews while innocent women are getting uppercutted on the bus?
Lots of great Marty Mcflys with the aviators, Marco Hollywood~Ac^aEURzc hair, and “life-preservers,” but they always fail on the shoes. Would it be too much to ask for some Nike Bruins?
And these, of course, coming soon from Matty Collector. I’ve been waiting for the hoverboard since I was 8 years old, back when Zemeckis started spreading rumors that they were being sold in France, but were outlawed in the States because of safety regulations.
Not funny, Robert!
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So many Comic Con people are already weird-looking as it is, that after a while, you start to lose track as to who’s costumed and not. This guy just needs some coffee:
Giant Hulk with Asian helmet hair, constructed of Legos:
Felix is the second coolest cartoon cat:
The secret of the ooze is it’s what I use to style my hair:
I heard the Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie wasn’t nearly as good as the book, which wasn’t nearly as good as the president.
These are the kinds of girls your father warned you about:
This entire cartoon was about weed, right?
Stan Lee was in there. For the first ten years of my life, I thought his name was just “Stanley.” Like “Madonna” or “Elvis.” I also thought he was Korean like Jim Lee. Boy was I wrong.
My favorite costume goes to Barf from Spaceballs. His tail whacked me on his way out.
Ermahgerd, it’s Tito Santana, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, and Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake!!!
Now go watch Beyond the Mat.
I don’t care what you say, the Tim Burton Batmobile was still cooler.
Angry Woebots is always amazing.