The Javits Convention Center in Manhattan was bustling with activity all weekend where throngs of fans gathered to meet their favorite celebrities, discover new artists, and showed off their wears.
Yes, the costumes are always the main event.
Mark Ruffalo, Jason Momoa, David Tenant; and the casts of Riverdale and The Walking Dead were some of the celebrity guests who participated in the annual event, where entertainment companies announce exciting news from various movies, TV shows, comics, and video games.
NYCC is an event to see and be seen, and fans really upped their cosplay game this weekend.
Things were looking Up.
Anyone can come dressed as Thanos from the Avengers. But not everyone thinks to come as motion-capture Thanos. Except this dude.
Winterfell during autumn in New York.
Dragon Ball holds court.
Sunday marked the last day of the event, but the place was still firing on all cylinders with excitement.
Jodi Whittaker, the 13th Doctor and the first female actress to portray Doctor Who, delighted fans at the Marvel booth.
The NYCC was the only place people got to witness this epic showdown.
The Riverdale panel discussed what fans could expect in the CW show's third season.
You can be whoever you want to be.
A Good Burger employee cooks up some mayhem.
Well, Loki here. A connection is made.
Zelda engages in combat.
Umm, FurryCon already took place in Rochester a few years ago, buddy.
Highlights from this year's NYCC included an extended look at Warner Bros.'s Aquaman and Netflix's array of offerings like The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and The Haunting of Hill House.
Den of Geek shared other exciting announcements from 2018 NYCC:
The DC Universe streaming service will include James Wan's Swamp Thing TV series and Harley Quinn's animated series.
For AMC's The Walking Dead fans, new showrunner Angel Kang confirmed that Jon Bernthal will reprise his role of Shane for the show's ninth season.
She-Ra is getting a reboot on Netflix and will feature LGBT characters.
Another year of NYCC has come and gone, but Instagram and Twitter left plenty of zany photos to inspire fans next year.