151,000 individual people attended the 2014 New York Comic Con. Lots of comic book, lots of panels, and lots of cosplay. Here are my photos of the cosplay.
NYCC 2014 Pics on Facebook. Several favorite on my Facebook timeline.
NYCC 2014 Album on Facebook. 400+ photos in a Facebook photo album.
...a few of my favorites:
Click HERE to see my People's Climate March photos on Facebook.
The backend software on this website is an older version, but to upgrade I need to rebuild it from scratch, so as I'm doing that, I'll post links to my various photo endeavors from Facebook.
Click on the Description/Link below the photos to see the full albums.
Contrary to most New Yorker's, I loved all the snow we got this year. It took me back to my childhood in Iowa when it would snow in November, and the snow wouldn't be gone until March. Here's some photos of this winter's NYC snow.
I wear a 99% pin on my coat, and several times a week get asked what it means. This gives me a chance to inform someone about Income Inequality, and how the 1% have bought the government and changed the rules to their favor.
Today I was asked 'Isn't Occupy over?'.
Nope, they are still active in many ways. The News doesn't report anything but if you search online, you'll find plenty of actions happening.
Here's some local NYC events: http://www.nycga.net/events/
Here's photos I took at small march on January 18, 2014 on the Fourth Aniversary of Citizens United.
The march started in Zuccotti Park. My friend Dan Kinch did a special Citizens United version of his play 'How To Stop the Empire While Keeping Your Day Job.'
More people spoke about the evils of Citizens United.
Then we visited local Wall Street businesses. First up was Goldman Sachs.
Then Bank Of America, followed by Chase Bank
Then the Fed.
Then Deusche Bank, followed by Citibank
And last but not least, Federal Hall, where George Washington was sworn is as first president.
Along the way we were escorted by several policemen on foot, and 3 vans, two with 8 police each and a van to hold arrestees, should any arrests happen. None did.
Also on hand were many dumbfounded tourists and local residents, who believe the national news and thought this protesting stuff was over.
More photos from this march on Facebook.