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New York Comic Con 2010 by the Banners

At any publishing convention, the gigantic sponsor banners hung in the rafters provide a glimpse at coming trends and stories people will be talking about this year. We’ve put together a collection of the biggest banners at New York Comic Con today.

Embedded above, Disney’s Tron sequel had a humungous banner supporting the Tron book, Betrayal—hanging directly over the convention floor entrance. See more banners below. Check out our New York Comic Con tag for more coverage.

In the photo above, Sherrilyn Kenyon’s new book hung over a stairway leading into the convention.

Above, you can see a massive banner for the AMC adaptation of the Walking Dead graphic novel hung over the Javits Center entrance. Hordes of fans with zombie makeup filed through the doors this year.

Jim Butcher had another huge banner over the conference hall entrance.

Finally, Saw 3D dominated another stairway. Scores of movie and television banners lined the fair, from HBO to Cartoon Network to horror movies.

EDITOR’S NOTE: An earlier version of this post misidentified the upcoming Tron: Legacy as a remake.

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