New York, N.Y., Feb. 7, 2009: Christopher Burrill, 22, a comics and Star Wars fan, poses beside a Sandtrooper at the entrance of the New York Comic Con.
New York, N.Y., Feb. 7, 2009: Attendees at the New York Comic Con on Saturday gathered around the Detective Comic booth to take photos of their superheroes.
An Asian Superman? Almost as bad as a White Goku in Dragonball
Riccardo Burchielli and Davide Gianfelice sketching in the DC booth
Eric Maruscak coloring a large, approximate 12' by 8' poster of the upcoming Watchmen movie
Eager fans in line for autographs. One of the biggest names to turn up on Saturday was Terry Moore, writer of Strangers in Paradise
The booth of Torpedo Comics was among many who offered major discounts during the New York Comic Con, a sign of tough times.
Fans could superimpose their images onto prints with their favorite superheroes
Promoting a new Ghostbusters game
Cyclops from X-men and an unknown animated figure...
Impressive and imposing Hulk from Marvel. Well done costume apart from the right shoulder.
One short Predator, and an even shorter Halo character.
The Joker making some devious calls
The only Super Mario character I saw. Needs to get a trim on that moustache
White creature: identify yourself!
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