NYCC Lights Up City That Never Sleeps

15 Oct 2015 - By TW Staff

(Above: The Librarians' Christian Kane, John Larroquette, Rebecca Romijn, Lindy Booth and John Kim at NYCC 2015.)

With another New York Comic Con in the bag, let's take a moment to reflect on the spectacle that is #NYCC.

Turner showed up in a big way with multiple panels across its networks. TNT brought the drama with panels for some of fall's hottest shows – Legends, The Librarians and Agent X – and debuted exclusive content for all three.  Scroll through photos from the events below.

The Impractical Jokers panel was sold-out and for good reason; it was the first time all four guys appeared at New York Comic Con. On a related note, did you know that the truTV series was just renewed for a fifth season?

TBS brought the laughs with Jason Jones and Samantha Bee, the husband-wife duo behind the new late-night show Full Frontal with Samantha Bee and the new scripted comedy The Detour.  In addition, Rashida Jones and the cast of Angie Tribeca were on-hand to promote TBS's first-ever police procedural.

Some fan-favorites from Game of Thrones were spotted at the Javits Center, too. If Natalie Dormer  didn't play Queen Margaery Tyrell, who would she want to be? Find out.

Fans of Cinemax series Banshee and Outcast definitely weren't disappointed with this year's NYCC turnout. For "fanshees," the cast of Banshee tried their best to avoid spoilers, but a few morsels slipped out during the panel. And then of course there was the Outcast trailer:

Any Comic Con isn't complete without a healthy dose of Warner Bros. NYCC attendees got their first in-depth look at DC Super Hero Girls, the new universe for girls featuring DC's iconic female characters, including a first-look at the Supergirl action figure from Mattel.  

At the DC Comics Heroes to the Core panel, fans witnessed exclusive reveals and art from some of DC Entertainment’s most highly anticipated upcoming releases, including interior pages from Batman/Superman and more. See a day-by-day breakdown of DC Comics at NYCC.

The stars of WBTV's Gotham, Blindspot and more were also on-hand for panels, autograph signings and a selfie or two throughout NYCC.

There was so much more, of course, so consider the above a highlight reel of some of the awesome content you can look forward to watching over the next several months. And to all the comic fans, we'll see you at Wondercon.

Photo Credit: Getty Images for Turner Broadcasting