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    Ian Jane
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  • David Lynch - Squeaky Flies In The Mud

    David Lynch - Squeaky Flies In The Mud



    Running from November 1st, 2019 through December 21st, 2019 at the Sperone Westwater Gallery in Lower Manhattan is Squeaky Flies In The Mud, an exhibition of artwork created by none other than David Lynch. It's a strange selection of material, as you'd expect if you're familiar with his work, but fascinating to see and an interesting compliment to the film's that he's made. The press release from the gallery reads as follows: “Sperone Westwater is pleased to present a
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits The Archive In Bridgeport, CT

    Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits The Archive In Bridgeport, CT



    Writing an article about a store visit isn't something that we normally do around these here parts, but once in a while there is a reason to make an exception. Case in point? The guys that run Vinegar Syndrome have opened up a brick and mortar retail store called The Archive in Bridgeport, CT. Why does that matter to readers of this site? Because in an age where online sales seem to be killing physical stores (R.I.P. Mondo Kim's of NYC!), doing something like this is kind of
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At Five Points Fest - New York City, NY May 20th & 21st 2017

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At Five Points Fest - New York City, NY May 20th & 21st 2017


    The first, of what will hopefully be a recurring Five Points Festival kicked off yesterday at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side riverfront of New York City. The two day festival, curated by Clutter Magazine and presented Midtown Comics, “is a collision of toys, comics, and counterculture.” Unlike a regular comic or toy convention, Five Points focuses the more artisanal aspect of the toy and comic industry. As such, most of the attendees had a connection to indy or small...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Comics!

    R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Comics!




    Despite all the cosplay, movie stars, TV stars, toys, video games and other assorted stuff, comic books are what started all of this and comic books remain, for some of us at least, the most important part of an event like NYCC. As such, we've saved the best for last. All the big publishers are, as per the norm, setup in the main hall. Marvel had a lot going on this year, like they always do, promoting Black Panther and Doctor Strange in a big way this year.
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  • Ian Jane
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  • R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Toys!

    R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Toys!




    Everyone likes toys, right? Another big part of what makes NYCC such a rad event to go to are, yeah, the toys! While there are some dealers who peddle vintage stuff but a large part of the focus is on 'the new stuff' and the 'stuff you want but can't buy yet.' There was a lot of that this year, probably more than last year, with big players like Sideshow, NECA and Previews Select displaying some really impressive sculpts, prototypes and finished products. And of co...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Walking The Show

    R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Walking The Show





    First you have to get there. The trains get more and more crowded the closer you get to the Javitz Center and once you get in, no matter how many times you attend, it's instantly overwhelming.


    And then there's Wonder Woman - everywhere! With the movie coming out soon, DC has the hype machine moving full steam ahead. Not only where there an awesome tribute booth set up on the main floor showing off some great original art (including an aweso
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  • Ian Jane
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  • R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Cosplay At New York Comic Con

    R!S!P! At NYCC 2016 - Cosplay At New York Comic Con




    Today we take a look at the cosplay element of the 2016 edition of the New York City Comic Con. Love it or hate it, cosplay has become a HUGE part of what makes conventions like this so popular and it has managed to draw in a whole new crowd of convention goers who attend to show off their work and admire that of others. This year, you couldn't move without bumping into a Deadpool or a Harley Quinn (man oh man there were a LOT of Harley Quinn's this year). Rick And M...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • NYCC 2015 Part Four - Comics!

    NYCC 2015 Part Four - Comics!




    Let's start in the main hall - here's where most of the bigger publishers setup shop - they'll sell you exclusives and hold signings and sometimes Q&A sessions too. There are also a bunch of comic vendors selling back issues, variants, supplies and more.

    Check out the displays from Valiant, Dark Horse, IDW, Archie, Oni and Avatar (selling CGC graded perfect '10' copies of some of their own books?)…
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  • Ian Jane
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  • NYCC 2015 Part Three - Toys!

    NYCC 2015 Part Three - Toys!



    Another big part of what makes NYCC such a rad event to go to? Toys! Yeah, there are some dealers who peddle vintage stuff but a large part of the focus is on 'the new stuff' and the 'stuff you want but can't buy yet.' There was a lot of that this year, probably more than last year, with big players like Sideshow and Previews Select displaying some really impressive sculpts, prototypes and finished products. And of course, there were plenty of show exclusives on hand, often...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • NYCC 2015 Part Two - Cosplay-A-Go-Go!

    NYCC 2015 Part Two - Cosplay-A-Go-Go!

    Following yesterday's gallery of the show, today we take a look at the cosplay element of the 2015 edition of the New York City Comic Con. Love it or hate it, cosplay has become a HUGE part of what makes conventions like this so popular and it has managed to draw in a whole new crowd of convention goers who attend to show off their work and admire that of others. And the conventions, NYCC in particular, encourage this. Given that some of the costumes can and do get a little risqué, the peo...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • NYCC 2015 Part One - Walking The Floor Show

    NYCC 2015 Part One - Walking The Floor Show



    Last week New York City once again played host to the biggest pop culture gathering on the East Coast if not the entire country. From Thursday through Sunday fans of movies, TV, gaming, toy collecting, anime, movies and yes, comic books, gathered en masse to celebrate geek culture in all its many forms. R!S!P! was there and over the next few days we'll be posting a few different Comic Con galleries - this one is the first, and it's basically a look at the size and scope of...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Ash Vs. The Evil Dead At NYCC 2015

    Ash Vs. The Evil Dead At NYCC 2015

    Ok, so at the New York Comic Con this weekend, Staz had a big promotional thing going on to hype the debut of Ash Verus The Evil Dead later this month. It was kind of neat the way they did it - they setup a life size replica of 'Ash's Trailer' outside on the inner road way. Basically you got to stand in line for the chance to wander through.... a trailer. But it was still fun. Some pictures from that.

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  • Ian Jane
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  • Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits Distribpix... Again!

    Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits Distribpix... Again!








    Well, it's been two years since we braved lousy traffic and traversed the wilds of the New Jersey Turnpike to visit the Distribpix Archive (click here for pictures of the last visit), but it was well past time for a return visit - last weekend we did just that. While the label has been quiet on the home video front this last year, it's not been a case of nothing happening in other arenas, not even close. As a matter of fact, things have
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  • Ian Jane
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  • R!S!P! At Special Edition NYC 2015

    R!S!P! At Special Edition NYC 2015



    This weekend saw the second installment of ReedPOP's Special Edition NYC. For those not in the know, this is basically a comic show getting back to its roots. If the massive New York City Comic Convention is the new norm, you can think of SENYC as that con's younger, more innocent brother as of yet not corrupted by movie star appearances, Walking Dead cast panels or video game announcements. No, SENYC is a comic book convention in the truest sense of the word, the kind you u...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Four- Hey Kids! Comics!

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Four- Hey Kids! Comics!




    So we did the floor walk, we covered the toys and we posted a bunch of pictures of cosplayers - but what about the comic book presence at NYCC 2014? Shouldn't that be what it's all about? Well, it's easy sometimes for the 'heart' of the event to get overshadowed by celebrity appearances, video games, cosplayers and everything else that goes on at a show as big as this one (and for the record, NYCC eclipsed San Diego for the first time, officially making this the biggest
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