The Monster Worship & Friends New York Comic Con booth included BEAK, Mutant Vinyl Hardcore and Bob Conge (Plaseebo). Monster Worship had what was probably the most anticipated NYCC release - the first painted version of the Real Fighting Greasebat. Bob Conge had so many amazing small-run custom pieces...you really need to check out the gallery to see all of the goodness.
Andi Green brought her WorryWoo Monsters to the artists' section of New York Comic Con. Nola, Rue, Fuddle and Squeek all made the trip in plush form. And if you're not into plushies (blasphemy!), you could pick up one of the books that inspired the various characters...and have Andi sign them for you.
Patch Together has made the trip to New York Comic Con, and they've brought artist VISEone with them. VISEone came all the way from Germany with a number of his Comic Stripped custom pieces. And Patch Together had number of their new (and upcoming) toy releases on display...plush, resin and vinyl.
Cartoon Network's Adult Swim had a booth set up at NYCC 2010. They weren't showing any television shows (I could have gone for sitting around watching Tim & Eric)...but they did have these Squidbillies plushies.
We got to the Kidrobot booth before the mad rush of collectors had a chance to descend upon the hall. They had several NYCC exclusives, including Shawnimals' Zombie Stache Pre-Release, Gary Baseman's Exclusive Dunny and Jeff Soto's The Deek. And if you had yet the chance to pick up one of the 2Tone Dunny blind box figures, they were prominently displayed. Our favorite was probably the release of SEEN's Vandal Express.
Mimoco brought their Hello Kitty, Artist Series and Star Wars licensed Mimobots to New York Comic Con. Is there a better way to store your important documents? Well...is there a cooler way? I'm really digging all of the new characters they've been adding the Star Wars series.
Erick Scarecrow set up shop in the ESC-Toy booth...and there was just so much to look at. I'm loving the Wet-Suit Maria vinyl toy, but Erick has also spent a ton of time on his resin figures. We're liking the Suketchi Mama and Skratch designs...and some new Old Skool Kaiju?? Yes, please.
We got a nice up-close look at what's our most anticipated figure from Tonner Doll Co. - Flynn from Tron. Tonner was also premiere their retooled and redesigned version of Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter. And collectors could get their hands on the NYCC10 exclusive figure, a 13" tall version of Artemis. I like this new size that Tonner has started trickling out on a few of their lines.
If you couldn't make it out to the left coast for San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con allowed you the opportunity to pick up the convention exclusive Uglycorn plush. Also at the Uglydoll booth, we snagged our first look at what is probably our favorite Ugly ever - Uglybot.