Day Two of New York Comic Con 2015 can be summed up by "Nothing to see here - but plenty to read!"
With the First Day Rush out of the way, and the massive Saturday crowds looming, Friday seemed the most logical day to dedicate to comic book shopping - and that was exactly what I did.
My odds and collection-hole-filling ends included:
One Dell LOONEY TUNES:
Three issues of TOM AND JERRY (One Dell and Two Gold Key) including a reuniting with one of the VERY FIRST COMICS I had as a preschooler - pictured first below.
As on THIS DAY last year, six more DC SCOOBY-DOOs, for at or below the cover price of a current issue.
And finally, three issues of DC's short-run parody humor series INFERIOR FIVE.
How do you not love that cover!
Nothing valuable and nothing at all expensive - but, like Scrooge McDuck and his money, they all mean something to me!
That's it for Day Two! Hopefully, the next two days will be somewhat more interesting, and less like me photographing my own restaurant food and showing it off to you! (Somebody explain THAT phenomenon to me, will you!)