East Coast Comic Con returns to Meadowlands Expo Center

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Comic book, video game, and cosplay lovers converged on the Meadowlands Expo Center last weekend for the seventh annual East Coast Comic Con.
First launched in 2012, the con has grown to feature well over 180 exhibitors. It moved to the Meadowlands center in 2015, finding the location more convenient to North Jersey and New York City. This year featured creators such as comic book artist John Beatty (who has done inking work for Marvel and DC) and graphic novelist Kyle Barker, who has worked for companies such as HBO and Dreamworks. Other appearances featured Lee Meriwether, who played Catwoman on the original “Batman” TV show, and Rich Moglia, a local artist in town.
Photos by Art Schwartz.