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Published on Oct 14, 2010
It's been a while, but the last big convention of the year was held in New York City from October 8-10, and iFanboy was there. Join us for part one of our one-of-a-kind comic book coverage, as we stalk the Javitts Center for the best talent in comics, and bring them to you. Fred Van Lente has a bunch of fun projects on the stands, including Chaos War and Taskmaster, as well as his collaboration with bestselling author, Dean Koontz, Odd Is On Our Side. Francis Manapul is refining superhero artwork on The Flash, and previously on Adventure Comics, working with Geoff Johns. Conor talks with the artist about his recent popularity, and the evolution of his style. Gabriel Hardman came from movie storyboarding to thrill fans with his impeccable storytelling on Atlas and the more recent Hulk, both with Jeff Parker. In addition to wonderful comic book pages, Hardman is one of the best sketch artists on the circuit, turning out gorgeous pinups, one after another. Stan Lee is always a pleasure to talk to, and at 87 years old, with his company POW Entertainment makes us all look lazy. With tons of projects on the books, like his work with the NHL, and his line of comics with BOOM! Studios, plus a bunch of stuff Stan can't even talk about, Stan is busier than most of his on his light days. Come back next week for Part 2 of our NYCC 2010 coverage!