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Ouch! Magazine New York Comic -Con  Day 1 & 2 Roundup

Ouch! Magazine New York Comic -Con Day 1 & 2 Roundup

  • Photo credits provided by REEDPOP / Getty Images approved for  by Craig Barritt , Bennett Raglin and Llya S. Savenok /Getty Images for Reedpop   for New York Comic -Con Press 2021
  • Hayden Christensen visited the Empire State Building today to light the iconic building up red in celebration of New York Comic Con.


  • The Boys cast members Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Chace Crawford, and Karen Fukuhara took to the Empire Stage to reflect on seasons 1 and 2 of the hit Amazon series.


  • Fans were treated to a surprise screening of Ghostbusters: Afterlife following a panel with the cast and crew, including Finn Wolfhard, Carrie Coon, McKenna Grace, Logan Kim, Celeste O’Connor, Gil Kenan, Ivan Reitman, and Jason Reitman.


  • SYFY hosted a world premiere screening of the first episode of new series Chucky, a TV revival of Don Mancini’s Child Play.


  • The cast and showrunner of the new Amazon Prime series I Know What You Did Last Summer were surprised by the cast of the 1997 film of the same name during a virtual panel and series sneak peek.
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  • William Shatner took the stage on the first day of NYCC in a spotlight panel to discuss his fears over his upcoming trip to space.


  • Dragon Ball Super unveiled the first footage for next year’s film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero during a virtual panel with executive producer Akio Iyoku, who also confirmed that the story takes place 10 years after Goku's defeat of Majin Buu.


  • Battlestar Galactica stars Mary McDonnell and Edward James Olmos reunited on stage to reminisce about their time on the series.

Adult Swim released a new trailer for Blade Runner: Black Lotus, a new animated series set to premiere on Adult Swim and Crunchyroll this November, during a virtual panel with the director and producers. Watch the trailer here:

The Harvey Awards revealed the winners and recipients of this year’s awards in the following categories: Book of the Year, Digital Book of the Year, Best Children or Young Adult Book, Best Adaptation from Comic Book/Graphic Novel, Best Manga, and Best International Book. The winners of the 2021 Harvey Awards are:

  • Book of the Year: THE MAGIC FISH by Trung Le Nguyen
  • Digital Book of the Year: LORE OLYMPUS by Rachel Smythe
  • Best Children or Young Adult Book: THE MAGIC FISH by Trung Le Nguyen
  • Best Manga: CHAINSAW MAN by Tatsuki Fujimoto
  • Best International Book: MOMS by Yeong-shin Ma (translated by Janet Hong)
  • Best Adaptation from Comic Book/Graphic Novel: WANDAVISION by Disney+

“Each year, the Harveys afford creators the opportunity to be recognized by their peers for their tremendous contributions to the comic book industry,” said Chris D’Lando, Harvey Awards Coordinator and ReedPop Content Manager. “On behalf of the Kurtzman family and of our team involved in the awards, I would like to congratulate all the winners for this year’s Harvey Awards.”

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