New York Comic Convention news roundup

From Crave's Will Greenwald and Caroline McCarthy

Is Pikachu as scary as Hello Kitty? Caroline McCarthy/CNET Networks

From Friday through Sunday, the New York City Comic Convention took over Manhattan's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and Will Greenwald and I were there to brave the hordes of Star Wars cosplayers to bring you plenty of super sweet news coverage. Actually, scratch that. We get along just fine with Star Wars cosplayers. No horde-braving is necessary.

--Digital age plays villain, hero in future of comics (CNET

--Halo ActionClix and other nerd games (Crave)

--Web comics, print comics, and really really big print comics (Crave)

--More than comics at comic convention (CNET

--Photos: The best costumes at NYC ComicCon (CNET

--Photos: Anime's alive at NYC ComicCon (CNET


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