New York Comic-Con in Pictures

The New York Comic-Con is a sight to behold: comics, games, and all sorts of nerdy merchandise clobber the senses at every possible angle. It's a show that just can't be done justice in words (but by all means, please read our write-ups from the past couple days!). No, you need to see this thing to...

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The New York Comic-Con is a sight to behold: comics, games, and all sorts of nerdy merchandise clobber the senses at every possible angle. It's a show that just can't be done justice in words (but by all means, please read our write-ups from the past couple days!). No, you need to see this thing to believe it. And so I give you... New York Comic-Con in pictures!

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The outside view of the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan's West Side, where the show was held.
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An ad for Prototype roughly the size of a Manhattan skyscraper.
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Square brought plenty of merchandise to sell, but no games to see.
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The Codemasters booth.
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Bit Trip Beat at the Aksys booth. This was our unofficial game of the show. How much did video producer Tyler Winegarner love it?
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This much.
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Champions Online may or may not feature miniature Princess Leias.
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The South Peak booth.
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The EA booth. We weren't allowed to take video or pictures of Battlefield, so pretend that's not there!
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People love Warhammer.
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In the absence of the new Turtles game, there was this relic from the past.
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Sega had a strong showing this year.
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Unsurprisingly, the Comic-Con crowd ate up Ghostbusters.
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Not sure what this chair was, but FEAR 2 looked awesome nonetheless.
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Who watches the guy making chalk murals?
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An entire army of Pac-Men!
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I imagine this is what Mario would look like if he was made of wax and left in the sun.
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I was excited to cover the Penny Arcade panel, but sadly I arrived late.
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And finally, here's a picture of a Storm Trooper eating lunch. Just because.

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