Vulture adds SHADOWHUNTERS cast in New York Comic-Con portraits

Vulture adds some color to the Shadowhunters cast in this New York Comic-Con portraits

As you may have known already, the cast of the Shadowhunters went to NYC for New York Comic-Con this past weekend and they had loads of fun, according to all the photos and video of them, including our own interviews with the cast.  So, Vulture took the opportunity to include them in their New York Comic-Con portraits article.

Check out what the cast looks like with a little more color than your favorite Shadowhunter would like to be in.

Kat McNamara

Kat McNamara

Dominic Sherwood

Dominic Sherwood

Matthew Daddario

Matthew Daddario

Emeraude Toubia

Emeraude Toubia

Alberto Rosende

Alberto Rosende

Isaiah Mustafa

Isaiah Mustafa

Harry Shum, Jr.

Harry Shum, Jr.

Yep, they still look good!

Check out more about the Shadowhunters series in our video and audio interviews, the Shadowhunters panel, and the clips!

And check out this little video that author Cassandra Clare took of Harry doing double selfies with the group.

About the series:

Based on the best-selling book series, The Mortal Instruments, the story follows Clary, a fiery young artist who finds herself in the middle of some serious supernatural drama upon discovering she comes from a line of Shadowhunters – part-human, part-angel warriors dedicated to hunting down demons. After her mother is kidnapped, Clary explores this new world filled with warlocks, fairies, werewolves, and vampires where she begins to unravel the secrets of her past. And, of course, she has a little help from her nerdy BFF Simon and a handsome and mysterious Shadowhunter named Jace. EW.com

See other portraits, including those of the cast of The X-Files, Felicia Day, and Chad Coleman at Vulture

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