Entertainment New York Comic Con: Marvel, Archie, Disney, Image and other must-see publishers The cover to Ivar, Timewalker comic book. Photo Credit: Valiant By SCOTT A. ROSENBERG email@example.com @RosenbergScottA Updated October 7, 2015 5:57 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email There's a lot going at New York Comic Con and it's not always easy to know where to start. But amNewYork is here to help with our rundown of the major publishers setting up booths at the show, with our recommendations: 2000 AD (Rebellion) Location: 2242 recommended reading New York Comic Con: 20 must-see panels Famous for: "Judge Dredd" Hidden gem: "Zombo," about a ghoulish zombie hero. 215 Ink Location: 1050 Famous for: "Enormous" Hidden gem: "Vic Boone" Abrams Location: 2228 Famous for: "Adventure Time" art books Hidden gem: "Only What's Necessary: Charles M. Schulz and the Art of Peanuts," a new art book from Chip Kidd and Geoff Spear. Action Lab Entertainment Location: 3044 Famous for: "Princeless" Hidden gem: "Molly Danger," a great all-ages comic. Archie Comics Location: 1836 Famous for: "Archie," of course. The latest is a modern interpretation from Mark Waid and Fiona Staples. And a new Jughead comic that came out last week as well, from Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson. Hidden gem: The Dark Circle line of superheroes has resurrected classic superheroes "The Black Hood," "The Shield," The Fox" and "The Hangman." Avatar Press Location: 1920 Famous for: "Crossed," an ultra-violent book created by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows. Later issues have seen some top writers in the industry take over. Hidden gem: Lots of work from writer Warren Ellis, including "Ignition City" and "No Hero." ComixTribe Location: 1924 Famous for: "And Then Emily Was Gone," a creepy horror mystery series from John Lees and Iain Laurie. Hidden gem: Get an early sneak peak at the first issue of "Counter Terror," a new supernatural comic from Tyler James and Queens artist Joe Mulvey. Also check out the new hardcover collection of "The Standard," also from Lees and artist Johnathan Rector. Cosmic Times Location: 1367 Famous for: "Giant Robot Maintenance Crew" Hidden gem: "Metal Locus" Dark Horse Comics Location: 1636 Famous for: Hellboy Hidden gem: "Fight Club 2," a new comic that continues the story from the popular movie. Please don't tell anyone I was talking about this, because, you, it's the first rule Disney Publishing Location: 2028 Famous for: The new "Star Wars" novels "The Weapon of a Jedi," "Smuggler's Run" and Moving Target." Hidden Gem: The novel "Black Widow: Forever Red" by Margaret Stohl, about the red-headed Avenger. Dynamite Entertainment Location: 2129 Famous for: "Red Sonja" Hidden gem: Any of their "Flash Gordon" series. First Second Books Location: 2237 Famous for: "Battling Boy" by Paul Pope and "Boxers & Saints" by Gene Luen Yang. Hidden gem: "Human Body Theater" by Maris Wicks, a new non-fiction book that shows you how the body works. IDW Publishing Location: 1844 Famous for: "Locke & Key," from Joe Hill, an accomplished horror writer and the son of Stephen King, and artist Gabriel Rodriguez. Hidden gem: "Jem and the Holograms," a modernized interpretation of the truly, truly outrageous '80s cartoon and soon-to-be movie. Image Comics Location: 1544 Famous for: "The Walking Dead" Hidden gem: "Copperhead," a wonderful space western series from Jay Gaerber and Scott Godlewski. Kodansha Comics Location: 2109 Famous for: "Attack on Titan" Hidden gem: "Fairy Tail" Lion Forge Comics Location: 1659 Famous for: "Miami Vice: Remix" by Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood, a triply re-imagining of the television series. Hidden gem: "Madballs Oozing Art Wad," a limited edition comic inspired by the '80s toys. Marvel Entertainment Location: 1354 Famous for: Oh, just "Spider-Man," "The Avengers," "Deadpool," "Star Wars," "Guardians of the Galaxy" and so on and so forth. Hidden gem: The recent "Silver Surfer" comic by Dan Slott and Mike Allred was amazing. Oni Press Location: 1928 Famous for: "Scott Pilgrim" Hidden gem: "Letter 44," a smart series by Brooklyn writer Charles Soule and artist Alberto Jimenez Alburquerque, which mixes politics and sci-fi. Soon to be a series on Syfy. OSSM Comics Location: 1558 Famous for: "Xenoglyphs" Hidden gem: "Monomyth" Papercutz Location: 2365 Famous for: "The Smurfs" Hidden gem: "Classics Illustrated," comic adaptations of classic novels. Titan Entertainment Location: 2142 Famous for: "Doctor Who" comics. Hidden gem: "The Autobiography of James T. Kirk: The Story of Starfleet's Greatest Captain" TwoMorrows Publishing Location: 1038 Famous for: "Jack Kirby Collector" Hidden gem: "Brick Journal" Valiant Entertainment Location: 1635 Famous for: "Bloodshot," which will be the first film from this New York City company to come to the big screen, courtesy of Sony. Start with the amazing graphic novel "The Valiant" by Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt and Paolo Rivera. And while you're there, pick up the awesome Bloodshot vinyl figure from CKRTLAB Toys. Hidden gem: "Ivar, Timewalker," a brilliant series about a time traveler. Viz Media Location: 1364 Famous for: "Naruto" Hidden gem: "One-Punch Man" and "Ultraman Z2 Comics Location: 1139 Famous for: "Escapo" by Paul Pope Hidden gem: "Henni" by Miss Lasko Gross Zenescope Entertainment Location: 1906 Famous for: "Grimm Fairy Tales" Hidden gem: "Wonderland"" By SCOTT A. ROSENBERG firstname.lastname@example.org @RosenbergScottA Scott has been at amNewYork since 2008, first as the entertainment editor, and now as senior editor. He covers movies, books and other forms of entertainment. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.