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Blerd City Celebrated Black Nerds, and Emotions Ran High

(Photo: Shannon Barbour)

(Photo: Shannon Barbour)

Blerd City Con, the comic conference for black nerdom, came to four venues across Dumbo this weekend. Sci-fi and fantasy short films were showcased at Automatic Studios to an intimate crowd of conference attendees, directors and producers. One film featured Sterling K. Brown running from an alien invasion and another featuring Frankie Faison as a zombie about to eat his granddaughter, which has been included in “The Black Horror Revolution.” Down the street there were cosplay and martial arts panels as well as an especially emotional panel on being a black woman in the comic industry.

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Photos: New York Comic Con Trumped Halloween

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

Photo: Daniel Leinweber | Razberry Photography

Photo: Daniel Leinweber | Razberry Photography

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

(Photo: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

Halloween came early this weekend as New York Comic Con took over the Javits Center and surrounding area. I stopped in briefly to see if the Topps stand was selling the new Garbage Pail Kids series, “Disgrace to the White House”, and faced a crush of humanity as I tried to make my way to the Drippy Donald cards. Best thing I saw on the way there was probably the dude dressed as Barf the mog (half man, half dog– he’s his own best friend). Until the Spaceballs sequel actually happens, it’s the only thing we’ve got. Click through our slideshow to see who else made the scene, and then check out scenes from the cosplay cruise that served as an after-party.