YYEEEESSSSS - New York Comic Con!

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    YYYEEESSSSSS

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    ONE WEEK

    YYYEEESSSSSS
     
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    I enjoy TWD but the show isn't on the level of the comics, dragging on with unnecessary items.
    That doesn't mean that it's a bad show by any means...
     
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    I dunno, the third season was sucky, I don't know what to expect from the fourth one :unsure:

    EDIT: Title fixed, I dunno who edited it :P Anyway, I have to admit that it wasn't exactly clear from the image that this thread focus was on the NYCC and not TWD.
     
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    So I'm a bit late to post some of this stuff, and it's a bit late at night (really the morning, hello 3:38 AM Eastern Time), but I'm gonna post some stuff that I got from the con.

    Also, before I start, did anyone else go?

    So this is the only pic I have right now, then i am going to bed, but I just got two of the posters I bought framed today, and this is the most important one to me.

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    This was drawn by Joel Watson, Kris Wilson, and Dave McElfatrick of Cyanide & Happiness, custom for me. You get a custom sketch per thing you buy from their merch booth, and the more things you buy the bigger a sketch you get, being a 5"x7", an 8.5"x11", and a 12"x18". I bought a lot of things, so I got two 12"x18" sketches, and Joel gave Dave and Kris the idea to do a panoramic one.

    One 12"x36" frame later and I've got one of the most interesting conversation pieces to ever go on a wall in my house.

    The gap down the middle was a bit of a marginal discrepancy when they were drawing it, doesn't matter, it's freaking awesome.

    For what it's worth, I spent $85 on merch from their booth alone.