I'm back from NYCC, lazily typing this up as I lay in bed with a heated blanket over my sore legs and aching feet. New York Comic Con is a departure from reality for four full days, spanning everything from comics to manga to HBO to sci-fi to kids shows to almost anything you can think of. It leaves you exhausted, but never quite fulfilled. The con is so big that you see barely a fraction of a percent of what is happening, and it's so easy to be swept away with the tide (sometimes literally, given the crowds of people).
I apologize for the long write-up, but it was a big con, and a ton of amazing stuff happened! In case you don't want to read the whole thing, here's the TL;DR version:
A weird mash-up of physics, math, education, sewing, and stanning Hordrapta