San Diego Comic-Con 2019 List of announced panels – Unofficial San Diego Comic-Con Blog


The official San Diego Comic-Con program is normally published exactly two weeks before the convention (which should publish the release dates of this year from July 4th to 7th), but many properties reveal long before they attend the convention . This is where you can find all our ads compiled in a handy master post.

We will update this post until the date when the times will be officially announced – and it is important to note that the program is never finalized until Comic-Con International or the various studies / entities reveal it. All times are subject to change.

1. Wednesday – Television
2. Thursday – Movie, Television, Comics, or Other panels
3. Friday – Movie, Television, Comics, or Other panels
4. Saturday – Movie, Television, Comics, or Other panels
5. Sunday – Movie, Television, Comics, or Other panels
6. No date announced yet – Movie, Television, Comics, or Other panels

Wednesday (17 July)
TV Pilot Screenings

Pilots / Screenings: Batwoman and Pennyworth World Premieres and Special Sneak Peek Screenings, as well as Harley Quinn, Teen Titans GO!, Other (6 PM-9PM, ballroom 20). Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television Group proudly continue the annual Preview Night tradition with exclusive world premiere screenings of the new Batwoman and Pennyworth series, exclusively for the Comic-Con audience. In addition, WBTVG will screen the highly anticipated Fox Prodigal Son drama thriller, with Tom Payne and Michael Sheen; the world premiere of the DC UNIVERSE animated series Harley Quinn; an unpublished episode of the successful Cartoon Network series Teen Titans GO! and more.

Thursday (18 July)


Its dark materials (4.45 pm, room H). It should appear: James McAvoy (Lord Asriel), Dafne Keen (Lyra), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Lee Scoresby), Jane Tranter (executive producer) and Ruth Wilson (Mrs. Coulter).

L & # 39; Order (12:30 PM-1: 30PM, Indigo Ballroom). Join the cast of Netflix's The Order at their first San Diego Comic-Con appearance. Stars Jake Manley, Sarah Gray, Adam DiMarco, Devery Jacobs, Thomas Elms, Louriza Tronco and Katharine Isabelle will join the series creator / showrunner Dennis Heaton, EP writer Shelley Eriksen and executive producers Mike Frislev and Chad Oakes in a Q & A moderated by Bevin from Geek's Den.

SpongeBob's big birthday! (13:45 – 14:45, room 6A). Get on the bridge and flop like a fish because Nickelodeon celebrates 20 years of SpongeBob SquarePants! Dive into the new special "SpongeBob & # 39; s Big Birthday Blowout!" With the co-executive producers Vincent Waller and Marc Ceccarelli. Voice actors Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy), Mr. Lawrence (Plancton) and Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs) will discuss how it was to portray their characters from facing the camera for the first time in this special live action-animation hybrid. Moderated by: David Canfield (Entertainment Weekly).

A Shell and Back: An exclusive panel for the creatures of the Ninja Turtles (16: 00-17: 00, San Diego Central Library). It's time for the creator COWABUNGA! Three generations of creators of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will take the stage to celebrate the history, fandom and success of the Heroes in Half-Shell. This exclusive story creation event will give fans rare access to executive co-producers Andy Suriano and Ant Ward (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), executive producer Ciro Nieli (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and legendary co-creator TMNT Kevin Eastman. United for the first time, these award-winning creators will answer questions from fans, share giveaways for the public and unveil the original TMNT art never seen before. Moderated by Mike Cecchini (Den of Geek).

Teen Titans GO! Screening of new episodes and questions and answers (3.15 pm – 4.15 pm, room 6DE)

undone (1:45 PM-2: 45 PM, Indigo Ballroom). From Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy, the acclaimed creators of BoJack Horseman, comes Undone, an animated series of genre and genre bending, starring Rosa Salazar, on the complex journey of a young woman to unlock her past and solve the mystery of his father's death.

Van Helsing (11:15 AM-12: 15 PM, Indigo Ballroom). The cast of the SYFY horror action series Van Helsing is back once again at Comic-Con in San Diego to give fans an exclusive preview of next season. Bringing a flurry of new blood to their panel, the stars of the series Kelly Overton, Jonathan Scarfe, Christopher Heyerdahl, Tricia Helfer, Neal McDonough, Aleks Paunovic, Jennifer Cheon Garcia, Keeya King and Nicole Munoz will join the Van Helsing showrun Jonathan Lloyd Walker and executive producers Mike Frislev and Chad Oakes will illustrate what's in store for the explosive new season in a Q & A moderated by Bevin's Den of Geek. The posters of the fourth season cast will be distributed to all panelists.


Prism Awards (17:00, room 28DE).

Skybound Presents: In Conversation with Robert Kirkman (3 PM-4PM, Room 6A). Join the comic book creator, writer and executive producer Robert Kirkman for a Q&A with fans, discussing his latest projects including The Walking Dead, Invincible, Oblivion Song and more.

Other panels

Adaptation of source material for films and TV (4:15 PM – 5:15 AM, room 6A).

First steps: from concept to reality (12: 00-1: 00, room 2). Hugo's bestselling editor and author, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, teaches you how to bring your germ of an idea into a structured story to start writing right away. All participants receive free Schmidt ebooks HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF THE FICTION.

Outcast voices in science fiction, fantasy and horror (6:30 PM- 7:30 PM, Room 4). With the authors Rebecca Roanhorse (Star Wars: Resistance Reborn) and Wesley Chu of the upcoming novel "The Walking Dead: Typhoon", due out this October

Monetization of digital comics (19: 30-08: 30). In collaboration with Infinity Festival, Nancy Spears (VP ​​Sales: DC Comics) and Doug Lefler (inventor of the Scrollon digital comic format and creator of Story Attic) will talk about what has and has not worked in the past and of what looks promising for the future. Accompanied by Nick Urbom (Founder / CEO of Infinity Festival), Michael Son (editor-in-chief of web-comics of Tapas) and Chuck Wojtkiewicz (artist of digital comics before DC Comics & Marvel) will examine paid downloads, subscription models, merchandising, the potential to sell your comic for movies or TV and the value of giving free comics. The distribution of digital comics is the cheapest way to put your material in front of a worldwide audience. Someone will create a way to exploit this market and change the comic book industry forever. Our free discussion of ideas and question and answer session moderated by David Derks (VP, ASIFA-Hollywood) and Dane Allan Smith (VP, The Third Floor Visualization Studio) aims to increase the chances that that person is someone in our panel, or in our audience!

The Musical Anatomy of a Superhero (11:30 am, ballroom 20). Expected in Appsear: Michael Giacchino (The Incredibles, Spider-Man franchise), Pinar Toprak (Captain Marvel, Krypton), Benjamin Wallfisch (Shazam, Hellboy), Sherri Chung (Super Girl), Blake Neely (Batwoman, The Flash), and Christopher Lennertz (The Boys, Agent Carter).

On the Mic Podcast (1PM, Neil Morgan Auditorium). It should look like: Tim Drake.

Spooky Kids (08: 00-21: 00). It should look like: Mariah McCourt.

Stan Lee's Alliances: A Trick of Light (6.30pm, room 7AB). It should appear: Yara Shahidi, Kat Rosenfield, Luke Lieberman, Ryan Silbert.

IRL Superhero: Avengers of Injustice. (11 OF MORNING). It should look: Chase Masterson, Joe Gatto, Adam Bouska, Jeff Parshley, Dr. Janina Scarlet,

Friday (19 July)

A conversation with Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (10AM, Hall H). It should look like: Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.

A conversation with the Russo brothers (11:00, room H). It should look like: Joe Russo, Anthony Russo. Moderated by: Steven Weintraub.


Archer Exclusive Sneak Peek Screening and Q&A (5PM, Indigo Ballroom). Archer, the FXX's award-winning animated comedy series, returns to San Diego to celebrate its tenth season! In Archer: 1999, fans find Sterling Archer, Lana Kane and their sour-tongue maladjusted crew aboard the M / V rescue ship Seamus that explores deep space and tries to defeat giant aliens, intergalactic pirates and bounty hunters vicious. Join us for an exclusive preview of the penultimate episode of season 10 followed by a lively Q&A with the vocal cast of H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Jessica Walter, Chris Parnell, Judy Greer, Amber Nash and Lucky Yates , as well as executive producers Matt Thompson and Casey Willis.

Carnival Row (4:45 PM-5: 45 PM, ballroom 20). Join stars Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, David Gyasi, Tamzin Merchant and executive producers Travis Beacham and Marc Guggenheim for a preview and a conversation on Carnival Row, moderated by Tim Kash. Set in a Victorian fantasy world filled with mythological immigrant creatures whose exotic lands have been invaded by the empires of man, the Amazon Prime Video Carnival Row explores the way this growing population struggles to live with humans – banned live, love or fly with freedom. But even in darkness, hope lives like a human detective, Rycroft Philostrate (Orlando Bloom), and a fautona fairy named Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) rekindle a dangerous business despite an increasingly intolerant society.

(NEW) The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (15:30 PM – 5:00 PM, room H). Netflix presents an exclusive preview of the famous fantasy series THE DARK CRYSTAL: AGE OF RESISTANCE, based on the revolutionary 1982 film by Jim Henson, THE DARK CRYSTAL. In this extraordinary new prequel, three Gelflings discover the horrible secret behind the power of the Skeksis, and embark on an epic journey to light the fires of rebellion and save their world. Made using the classic game of puppets with avant-garde visual effects, the cast and creators discuss all your burning questions about how to wear Thra alive.

DC Super Hero Girls New Episodes Screening and Q&A (12:30 PM-1: 30PM, Room 6DE).

Tales of ducks (11:45, room 6A). It should look like: Ben Schwartz, Bobby Moynihan, Kate Micucci, Paget Brewster and producers Matt Youngbird and Frank Angones

Fear the walking dead (Hall H).

game of Thrones (17:30, room H). It should appear: Jacob Anderson (Gray Worm), John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth), Nathalie Emmanuel (Naande Missandei), Iain Glen (Ser Jorah Mormont), Conleth Hill (Varys), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark). Other speakers include the creators and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, director and executive producer Miguel Sapochnik.

Legacy Special Video Presentation and Q&A (15:15 – 16:15, room 6BCF). It should look like: Jenny Boyd, Peyton Alex Smith.

(UPDATED) Miraculous ladybug (2.15pm – 3.15pm, room 6A). It should look like: Apple Lee, Keith Silverstein, Cristina Vox and Andrew Russell.

Presentation of videos and special questions and answers about Pennyworth (4.30 pm – 5.30 pm, room 6BCF).

Gallo Teeth Presentation videos and special questions and answers (8 PM-9PM, Room 6DE).

She-Ra and the princesses of power (10:15 AM-11: 15, Room 6BCF). Join in the rebellion while executive producer Noelle Stevenson, Aimee Carrero (Adora / She-Ra), Karen Fukuhara (Glimmer), Marcus Scribner (Bow) and Lauren Ash (Scorpia) offer a peek into the third season, which will debut at August 2 on Netflix. The panel will be moderated by Patrick Gomez, senior editor of Entertainment Weekly.

Spatial command (12PM, Morgan Auditorium at the SD Library). It should look like: Aungelique Scott.

The guys (15:30 – 16:30, ballroom 20). Join executive producers Seth Rogen and Eric Kripke, along with stars from the Karl Urban series, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara and Elisabeth Shue, with the moderator Aisha Tyler, for a behind-the-scenes look at their next series. Based on the New York Times best-selling comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys is a fun and irreverent way to understand what happens when superheroes – who are famous as celebrities – abuse their superpowers rather than use them forever. He is powerless against The Boys superpower, which undertakes a heroic quest to expose the truth about The Seven.

Screening and questions and answers on Veronica Mars International Premiere (11:30 AM-12: 45 PM, ballroom 20). It should look like: Francis Capra.

The dead man walking (Hall H).

(NEW) The Witcher (2.15 pm – 3.00 am, room H). It should look like: Henry Cavill, Anya Cholatra, Freya Allen, alongside showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich. Moderated by: Yvette Nicole Brown.


Better / worse manga. It should look like: Deb Aoki.

Crossover Appeal – Adult Comics Teens Love (11 AM-12PM, San Diego Public Library). There are a lot of fantastic comics that have been written for adults and have become successful among teenagers. Discover the bestselling, critically acclaimed titles named Eisner that teenagers will love as much as their parents! Speakers include: Ebony Flowers (Hot Comb), Jason Lutes (Berlin) and Kevin Huizenga (The River at Night) and moderated by Adam Kullberg (Pop Culture Classroom).

Feminist comics that rock (12: 00-1: 00, San Diego Public Library). Let's celebrate the diversity of female characters, authors and strong editors in the comics of contemporary children! Raina Telgemeier (Guts), Claudia Aguirre (Morning in America), Jennifer Holm (Sunny Rolls the Dice) and Peggy Burns (editor, Drawn & Quarterly) are in a conversation moderated by Candice Mack (Eisner Awards Jury, LA Public Library).

The future as I see it (10 AM-11AM, room 23ABC). The best creators discuss the future as seen in their work, they reveal themselves in the world around them and imagine themselves in their minds. Jonathan Maberry (Vwars, Joe Ledger), Seanan McGuire (X-Men), Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Dark Crystal, Lost, Blood and Treasure), Steven L. Sears (A-Team, Xena), Timothy Zahn (Star Wars, Terminator) and Gini Koch (Alien). Moderated by Bryan Thomas Schmidt (Predator, The X-Files, Monster Hunter Files)

Graphic novels ARE books: the opinions of parents and educators on graphic novels change (10 AM-11AM, Public Library of San Diego). With the increase in the popularity of graphic novels, many parents and educators remain convinced that they are not suitable for reading material for children. How can we change narration and conversation to make the graphic novels mainstream like prose novels? Participate in the panels Margot Wood (Sales and Marketing Director, Oni Press), Gina Gagliano (Editorial Director, Random House Graphic), Julia Pohl-Miranda (Marketing Director, Drawn & Quarterly) and Liz Lareau (Geeky F @ b 5) in a discussion moderated by Alea Perez (2018 Great Graphic Novels for Teens chair).

Kids and YA Graphic Novel Publishing: Behind the scenes (2 PM-3PM, San Diego Public Library). Publishers are often referred to as the "guardians" of the book industry. But what happens behind the scenes of a publishing house? How are decisions made to publish, edit, design, market and sell a graphic novel? What drives different publishers to produce the kind of unique work they do? This panel addresses these questions with CBC Graphic Novel Committee member editors. Speakers include: Julia Pohl-Miranda (Drawn & Quarterly), Mark Siegel (first second), Abrams ComicArts, Andrew Arnold (HarperCollins). Moderated by Carla Riemer (librarian, Claremont Middle School).

Graphic novels LGBTQ + YA (1 PM – 2 PM, San Diego Public Library). Join Rosemary Valero-O & Connell (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking up with Me), Sarah Graley (Kim Reaper), Claudia Aguirre (Morning in America) and Lilah Sturges (Lumberjanes: The Infernal Compass) in their LGBTQ + discussion in Young Adult Graphic novels. From the development of authentic visual stories, to comics as a safe space for all identities. Moderated by Amanda Melilli (Roundtable of graphic novels and comics by ALA)

Comics of history and science for children (3 PM-4PM, San Diego Public Library). The combination of text and image can make complex or abstract topics more attractive, conquering even the most reluctant reader. Discover how graphic novels can be used to integrate lessons in STEM and history and bring awareness to the under-represented and marginalized perspectives. Speakers include: Jim Ottaviani (Hawking), MK Reed (Science Comics: Wild Weather), Ben Fisher and Emily S. Whitten (The Underfoot: The Mighty Deep). Moderated by Tracy Edmunds (educational consultant and curriculum specialist).

Spotlight on Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez (12: 00-1: 00, room 32AB).

What is the best power (1 PM – 2 PM, room 25ABC). Todd McFarlane will be joined by other leading panelists including Jonathan Hickman, Jae Lee, Joseph M. Linsner, Alitha Martinez and J. Michael Straczynski.

Other panels

Bedside table: what are the next? (12: 00-1: 00, room 25ABC). A look at the past and future projects of Bedside Press. It should look like: Hope Nicholson, Amanda Deibert.

Comic-Con in the 80's (10 AM-11AM, room 29AB). Wendy Pini, Richard Pini and other students share memories in abundance.

Development of results: analysis of production, mail and distribution (1:30 PM – 2:30 PM, Room 6 Marriott Marquis) .. Moderated by: Renee O & # 39; Connor. It should look like: Dawn Higginbottom, Natalie Chovancek Ebnet.

DisSDCC: representation, inclusion, accessibility (21.00-22.00, room 28DE). Representation of disability in the media and in fandom, discussion and questions and answers. It should appear: Shoshannah Stern, Nic Novicki, Rachel Miner, Cindy Kapp, Kai Winchester, Emy Cook, Lyn Gagne. Moderated by: Tanya Cook.

The Eisner Awards (7PM, Indigo Ballroom)

Entertainment is feminine: a conversation with Hollywood executives (5 PM-6PM, Room 25ABC). Participants: Sam Crawley (Skybound) Aubrey Lee (Lord & Miller), Gray Cusack (Hasbro), Mette Norkjaer (Boom!) And Jeannette Francis (Bad Robot).

Entertaining science: true, false and sometimes ridiculous science is used in movies and TV (12: 00-1: 00, Grand 12 Marriott Marquis). Dr. Rebecca Thompson (physics, Fire, Ice and Physics: The science of the throne game), Dr. Donna J. Nelson (pharmacist, The science of violent evil) and Dr. Clifford Johnson (physicist, scientific advisor for the Marvel) discuss the science behind some of the most notable scenes on TV. What do they get right? What are they wrong? And com & # 39; is to be a scientific advisor on the set? Grand 12, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

The fact is actual (10 AM-11AM, room 32AB). Celebrate science, history and more with these creators of engaging and informative essays. It should look like: Rachel Ignotofsky, Randall Munro, Brian Fies, Dyan Meconis, Jim Ottaviani, Ryan North.

The Her Universe Workshop (10:30 PM-12PM, Marquis of the Santa Rosa Room Marriott). Want to get into the geek fashion business? Calling all designers, artists, lawyers, entrepreneurs. Listen to the founder of his universe, Ashley Eckstein, and a group of industry professionals, and take a dip in the world of fashion, fandom and licensing.

(NEW) Heroes at the microphone (4 PM). It should look like: Aaron Nabus.

Horror / Goth / Women in comics (04: 00-17: 00). It should look like: Stan Yan.

Klingon lifestyles (20:30, room 5AB).

Masters of the poster of the illustrated film (01: 00-14: 00). Discuss the theory of movie posters, the current state of the industry and the future of entertainment advertising. It should look like: Paul Shipper, Steve Chorney, Jason Edmiston, James Goodridge, Rory Kurtz, Robert Rodriguez, Paul Shipper, Akiko Stehrenberger, William Stout.

Over30Cosplay & # 39; s All Stars (10AM, Grand Marriott Marquis). Aspect to appear: Patricia Tallman, Jen Greeley, Extreme Costumes, Shelly Grace Bowers, Bernie Bergman, Chad Edward Lee Evett, Thomas Depetrillo, Sherman Blakely, Cara Nicole.

Queer Fear: Queer Horror Panel (07: 00-08: 00). It should look like: Amanda Deibert, Michael Varrati.

Science fiction and fantasy writers reveal the only big secret that has published them (6 PM-7PM, room 2). Join the members of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) as they discuss careers, tips and tricks for writing and the only big secret that made them public. Find out how SFWA supports science fiction and fantasy writers and how it can help you in your creative career. Speakers include Jeffe Kennedy (The Orchid Throne), Marie Andreas (The Diamond Sphinx). Greg van Eekhout (Voyage of the Dogs). Greg Bear (Take Back the Sky, Comic-Con Special Guest). Jonathan Brazee (Fire Ant) and Kyle Aisteach (Little Dystopias).

Fabrics for other galaxies (7 PM-8PM, Room 11AB). It should look like: Laura Wong.

Saturday (July 20)

Shooters: Kevin Smith Biopic – SDCC World Premiere and Q&A (10 PM-12AM, room 5AB). To celebrate Clerks' 25th anniversary, be the first to see an exclusive screening of the biographical comic film that describes Kevin Smith's indie film starts. With 25 classic cult cameos, join the cast and crew, along with special guests for a quarter-century event.

Studio Ghibli Kiki & # 39; s Delivery Service Screening (19: 00-9: 15PM, Horton Grand Theater). Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Kiki's delivery service! This training story follows Kiki, a young witch in training, in a new city where she carries goods with a broom and meets new friends. Join his universe and Hot Topic for Studio Ghibli, prizes, awards and a special screening of this delightful adventure with a special guest.


Arrow Special video presentation and questions and answers (3:30 PM- 4:15 PM, ballroom 20). It should look like: Stephen Amell.

Batwoman Pilot Screening and Questions and Answers (10:30 AM-11: 45 AM, ballroom 20).

Presentation of videos and special questions and answers about Black Lightning (5 PM-5: 45 PM, ballroom 20).

DC UNIVERSE Series Sneak Previews and questions and answers (7 PM-9PM, Indigo Ballroom).

The expanse (1 PM-1: 50 PM, Indigo Ballroom). Calling all earthlings, Belters and Martians, The Expanse is making its comeback to Comic-Con this summer! The series has had an incredible journey since San Diego last saw the Rocinante crew. They come back with news from beyond the Ring Gate and from their new home – thanks to the help of fans – like a series of Amazon Prime Videos. Join the stars of the series Steven Strait, Wes Chatham, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Frankie Adams, Cas Anvar, Dominique Tipper and executive producers Naren Shankar and Ty Franck to give an early look at what will happen when Season 4 falls on Prime Video by the end of the year.

The special Flash video presentation and questions and answers (17:45 – 18:30, ballroom 20).

The man in the upper castle (4:15 PM – 5:15 AM, room 6A).

Blue Book Project (11: 00-11: 50AM, Indigo Ballroom).

Ripley believes it or not. It should look like: Bruce Campbell.

Snowpiercer (3 PM-3: 50 PM, Indigo Ballroom). It should look like: Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs, Alison Wright, Mickey Sumner, Lena Hall, Steven Ogg and executive producer and showrunner Graeme Manson

Presentation of the special Supergirl videos and questions and answers (4:15 PM-5PM, ballroom 20).

Machina speaks with the cast of Critical Role (4PM, Room 6BCF). Join our guest with the greatest, Brian W. Foster, for a special community of questions and answers with the cast of Critical Role (Matthew Mercer, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Liam O & # 39; Brien, Travis Willingham, Laura Bailey and Sam Riegel)

Westworld (1:15 PM, Hall H). It should appear: creators, executive producers and directors Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, and cast members (in alphabetical order): Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright.

What we do in the shade screening and questions and answers (6:30 PM, Room 6BCF). Recently nominated for "Outstanding New Program" by the Television Critics Association, What We Do in the Shadows is a documentary-style look at the daily (or rather nocturnal) lives of four vampires who have "lived" together for hundreds of years. Join us for a special screening followed by a lively discussion with series stars Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén, Mark Proksch and the creative team behind TV vampire comedy number 1! BAT!


Elfquest: The Quest Continues (6 PM-7PM, room 23ABC). Should appear: Wendy Pini, Richard Pini.

Spotlight on Todd McFarlane (3 PM-4PM, Room 6DE). Todd McFarlane, founder of Image Comics, creator of SPAWN, co-creator of VENOM and CEO of McFarlane Toys, talks about his over 30 years in the comics and entertainment industry. Todd will be raw and uncensored – talking toys, comics, industry tips and more! He will also talk about one of the most important milestones of his career, the SPAWN 300 and the SPAWN 301, which will set the record for the longest superhero comic book ever the creator of all time!

Other panels

First Comic-Con panel (10:00). A panel discussion on the 1979 Comic-Con demonstration in San Diego at the United States grant. It should look like: Jackie Estrada, Mark Evanier.

Gaia Official Panel (7:30 PM- 8:30 PM, Room 24ABC). New and upcoming information on everything concerning Gaia, previews, results and articles.

Cosplayers, Ready Your Swords! (5 PM-6PM, Grand 6 Marriott Marquis). Have you spent months doing your costume? Are you ready to learn how to hold and pose correctly with a sword, a hammer or a lightsaber? The cosplayers will learn how to make their characters live by Hollywood stunt artists and martial arts experts. Mimi Chan (model and reference for martial arts for Disney's Mulan), Christopher Leps, (Pirates of the Caribbean, Daredevil) and Ryan Watson (300, Sucker Punch) will discuss their experience of the action and its relationship with the cosplay. Find out how to bring authenticity to your character from the panel and from a team of martial arts experts. Be ready for action! It should look like: Mimi Chan, Christopher Leps and Ryan Watson.

Pinup & The Life of a Professional Woman Artist (9.00 pm, room 23ABC). The founder of Girls Drawin 'Girls Melody Severns (The Simpsons & DC Super Hero Girls) and members including the director of Warner Bros. Animation Noëlle Raffaele, the cover art illustrator of Marvel Comics Danni Shinya Luo, l & Commercial storyboard artist and Disney Lisa Dosson, GDG Art Prompt Coordinator and The Simpsons artist Ashley Brooke Cooper, Heather Sybil Chavez (Neopets and Nicklelodeon Virtual Worlds), and Disney production supervisor Leila Tilghman will be present to the panel to share their advice and experiences

Skybound presents: comics and creators (15:30 – 16:30, room 8). Sean Mackiewicz (Gasolina, SVP and chief editor of Skybound), Daniel Warren Johnson (Murder Falcon, Extremity), Brandon Thomas (Excellence) and Khary Randalph (Excellence) meet to discuss their latest published work. Moderated by Brian Huntington (VP of Skybound Online Content).

Troma Panel.

Sunday (21 July)


Ghost Adventures Live! (1 PM-1: 50 PM, room 7AB). Travel Channel brings you the investigators and paranormal stars of their hit series Ghost Adventures, LIVE! at Comic Con! Join Zak Bagans and his paranormal team as they share the stories of their most memorable and terrifying encounters. Fans will have the opportunity to hear in person all the behind-the-scenes details that make this very popular franchise. The team will also debut a footage never seen before! This is a panel for true believers who want to hear everything. Those present will have the opportunity to ask their burning questions to their favorite ghost hunters. In addition, they will receive an EXCLUSIVE gift and will be among the first to receive exciting news from the team!

Maya M.C. Exclusive screening and questions and answers (1PM, Hall H). Maya M.C. is the next installment in the award-winning Sons of Anarchy series by Kurt Sutter. Set in a post-Jax Teller world, Ezekiel "EZ" Reyes has just been released from prison and a prospect in Mayan M.C. charter on the Cali / Mexi border. Come and take an exclusive peek at a scene from next season and a conversation not to be missed with Kurt Sutter (co-creator / executive producer), Elgin James (co-creator / executive producer), Kevin Dowling (Executive Producer), as well as stars JD Pardo, Clayton Cardenas, Edward James Olmos, Sarah Bolger, Michael Irby, Antonio Jaramillo, Raoul Max Trujillo, Richard Cabral, Danny Pino, Emilio Rivera, Frankie Loyal, Joseph Lucero and Vincent Rocco Vargas. Moderator: Lynette Rice, Entertainment Weekly.

Riverdale Special Video Presentation and Q&A (11:45 AM-12: 45 PM, Hall H).

Presentation of videos and special Supernatural questions and answers (10:30 AM-11: 30AM, Hall H).


CBLDF Live Art Jam (12:15 PM-1: 45 PM, room 5AB). Wendy Pini and other great artists draw live on stage for the CBLDF auction.

To Me, My X-Men: Superheroes, comics and academic success (3 PM-4PM, San Diego Public Library). It should look like: Ryan Claytor, Rachelle Cruz, Jazmine Joyner, Mark Martell, Ben Superfine.

The Road to Historic Spawn 300 and 301 (13:45 – 14:45, room 5AB). Image Comics will host The Road to the Historic SPAWN 300 and 301 panel. Join Todd McFarlane and other surprise special guests of the SPAWN 300 and 301 creative superstar team! Questo pannello servirà da sguardo interiore nei momenti di rottura del disco, oltre a dare il via alla celebrazione di SPAWN diventando il fumetto di proprietà dei creatori più longevo al mondo! Come bonus aggiuntivo, i fan potranno vedere nuove opere d'arte, sperimentare omaggi e molto altro!

Altri pannelli

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Screening del blog Canta il dottor Horrible.

Jay e Silent Bob Reboot (Hall H). Dovrebbe apparire: Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes.

Marvel Studios.


Dark Web.

Farscape 20th Anniversary. Dovrebbe apparire: Brian Henson, Rockne O'Bannon, Mark O'Bannon, Ben Browder, Gigi Edgley, James Ganiere.

Donne di DC Streaming. Dovrebbe apparire: Gina DeDomenico Flanagan.

I fumetti

Staff di vendita di fumetti. Lo staff che lavora nel reparto vendite di varie società di fumetti discute il ruolo che svolgono nel fare in modo che i fumetti si facciano strada nei negozi e nelle mani dei clienti. Dovrebbe apparire: Hope Nicholson.

Fumetti e Islam.

Clinica Comic Story. Dovrebbe apparire: Barabara Kesel, Danny Fingeroth, Dani Colman e Alex Segura. Moderato da: Sue Karlin.

EC Comics 75th Anniversary. In occasione del suo 75 ° anniversario, storici del fumetto tra cui GRANT GEISSMAN (Il meraviglioso, orribile libro di fumetti EC), DANNY FINGEROTH (Una vita meravigliosa: La storia incredibile di Stan Lee), ARIE KAPLAN (Da Cracovia a Krypton: ebrei e fumetti) e DR . TRAVIS LANGLEY (The Joker Psychology: Evil Clowns e le donne che li amano) ripensano all'impatto duraturo che la CE ha avuto (e ha ancora) sui fumetti e sulla cultura popolare in generale.

Innovazione sui fumetti. Dovrebbe apparire: Jordan Plosky.

Fuori nei fumetti. Dovrebbe apparire: Andy Mangels.

Riflettori puntati su Jon B. Cooke. Dovrebbe apparire: Jon B. Cooke. Moderato da: John Morrow.

Will Eisner e il Graphic Memoir. Utilizzando il lavoro autobiografico del pioniere della graphic novel Will Eisner, come The Heart of the Storm e The Dreamer, come pietra di paragone, panelist PETER KUPER (Stop dimenticando di ricordare), EDDIE CAMPBELL (Alec: The Years Have Pants) e SARA WOOLLEY ( Los Pirineos: The Mostly True Memoirs of Esperancita Gomez) legge dal loro lavoro e discute le sfide e i vantaggi della creazione di questo materiale personale. DANNY FINGERH (A Marvelous Life: The Amazing Story of Stan Lee) moderati.

Scrittori donne in fumetti d'animazione. Dovrebbe comparire: Kevin Winston.

Other Panels

7th Annual Musical Anatomy of a Superhero (Ballroom 20). Expected to Appear: Ray Costa.

Always, Harry Potter Wizarding World Fandom Panel. Join us for our annual, wide-ranging look at the past year – and the y ear to come – for the Harry Potter fandom and Wizarding World canon, including fanfic, fanart, fanfilms, trips, off-Broadway plays, museum exhibits, events, online communities and content, amusement parks, memes, music, and activism. Expected to Appear: Adriene Alwag, Alison Siggard, Aluson Wilgus, Brian Biggs, Catherine Elhoffer, Eliyannah Yisrael, Elizabeth Minkel, Jamie Luby, Janina Scarlet, Matt Cox. Moderated By: Heidi Tandy.

Are Girls Turning Into Killer Cats? Expected to Appear: Chelsea Cain, Rachelle Rosenberg, Lia Miternique.

Black and Queer Panel. Expected to Appear: Viktor Tramaine, Eric Cooper

The Book of Weirdo. Expected to Appear: Carol Kovinick Hernandez, Gilbert Hernandez, Mary Fleener, Krystine Krytte, Kaz Prapuolenis, Ron Turner, and Jon B. Cooke.

Careers in Geek Fashion. Expected to Appear: Lisa Granshaw (GeekFold), Dan Richard (Development Plus Inc. and the Bethesda Gear Store), Cindy Levitt (Mad Engine), Rosa Menendez (Esports Makeup), Jennifer Smilay (Her Universe), Jeff Trexler (Fashion Law Institute), Allison Cimino (RockLove Jewelry).

Cartoon Legends Speak: Animators Celebrate Disney Anniversaries. It’s SDCC’s 50th, but anniversaries abound at Disney, too! Released in 1959, It’s Sleeping Beauty’s 60th, 1989’s The little Mermaid’s 30th, and 1994’s Il Re Leone’s 25th, as well as Tarzan’s 20th and The Princess and the Frog’s 10th! We gather together talented artists integral to creating these animated classics old and new to talk about their experience, memories, and the influence and importance these feature have in the history and future of film. Expected to Appear: Floyd Norman (animator: Sleeping Beauty, Disney Legend) Jane Baer (animator: Sleeping Beauty, Founder: Baer Animation) Kathy Zielinksi (animator: The little Mermaid) Nik Ranieri (animator: The Little Mermaid, The Princess and the Frog) and Dave Bossert (visual effects animator: The Lion King, The Little Mermaid). Moderated by Leslie Combemale (ASIFA: Hollywood,

Causeplay – A Fandom with Purpose. Members of the Avengers Initiative – West Coast Avengers and pediatric organizations like Lac+Usc Dept of Peds – Kidz HF along with Magic Wheelchair will discuss how cosplayers and prop builders serve their communities through their love of pop-culture. Hear about their experiences, learn how to join organized groups, learn about some of the organizations that receive help and find out how to get involved in service efforts.

Collecting Harry Potter. Representatives from Insight Editions and McFarlane Toys will also be present. Expected to Appear: Ken Choy, Asher Potter.

Comic-Con Educators Book Club. Expected to Appear: Jewyl Clarke.

Dr. Zhivago’s Spotlight on the Journey of Kids in Cartooning. Expected to Appear: Marissa Zhivago.

Excelsior! Remembering Stan Lee. Panelists include PAUL LEVITZ (former president and publisher of DC Comics), MARV WOLFMAN(former Marvel editor in chief), MICHAEL USLAN (Batman movies executive producer), DENIS KITCHEN (Lee’s collaborator on Marvel’s experimental underground venture, Comix Book), MAGGIE THOMPSON (former editor of The Comic Buyers Guide), and DANNY FINGEROTH (author of the upcoming St. Martin’s Press/Macmillan biography A Marvelous Life: The Amazing Story of Stan Lee).

Fair Use & Fan Engagement. Expected to Appear: Ashkan Karbasfrooshan.

Fictitious. Expected to Appear: Adron Buske.

Flipping the Script for Newbies. Discussing resources available for writes at any level in an era of #WGAStaffingBoost. Expected to Appear: Ken Choy, Nelson Soler, Joel Silberman, Kristi Shuton.

The Fun-Damentals of Story. Expected to Appear: Sarah Andersen, Whitney Gardner, Gini Koch, Thomas Lennon, Brandon Mull, Brendan Reichs.

Gay Geeks. Expected to Appear: Chandler Poling.

Geek Travel: Is It a Thing? Expected to Appear: Kristina Manente, Meg Butler, Sean Clark.

The Genius of Animation: Building Character And Story in Classic and Contemporary Cartoons. Some of the best and most creative minds who have made or are making history in animation come together to talk about developing characters and stories, and how advancements, changes in technology, and taste have influenced their work. Join them for a great time sure to thrill fans and cartoon aficionados of all ages. Expected to Appear: Floyd Norman (Jungle Book, Monsters Inc) Willie Ito (What’s Opera Doc?, The Flintstones) Jane Baer (Sleeping Beauty, Who Framed Roger Rabbit) Bill Morrison (Futurama, The Simpsons) Brendon Hay (Star Wars: Detours, Harvey Girls Forever) Aliki Theofilopoulos (Phineas and Ferb, Harvey Girls Forever) Tony Benedict (The Atom Ant Show, The Jetsons) and Mindy Johnson (Ink and Paint: The Women of Disney Animation, Tinker Bell: An Evolution). Moderated by Leslie Combemale (ASIFA: Hollywood,

Infection Prevention. Learn how to stay on the living side in the zombie appocalypse. Expected to Appear: Kelley Boston.

Into the Fanzone. There are many amazing YA books and TV shows that celebrate the awesomeness of fans, pop culture, comics, and fandom. Come listen to authors Britta Lundin (Ship It, Riverdale), Preeti Chhibber (Spider-Man: Far From Home), Ashley Poston (The Princess And The Fangirl), Whitney Gardner (You’re Welcome Universe), CB Lee (Not Your Sidekick, Not Your Villain), Lily Anderson (Undead Girl Gang), Danika Stone (Switchback, All The Feels), and Holly West (senior editor at Swoon Reads, Macmillan) as they talk about finding inspiration in geekdom. This lit-focused panel will focus on writing, publishing, and most importantly, the fans. Expected to Appear: BRitta Lundin, Preeti Chhibber, Ashley Poston, Whitney Gardner, C.B. Lee, Lily Anderson, Danika Stone, Holly West.

Making a Living Being Creative. Expected to Appear: Johny Kolasinski, Lee Kohse.

Masters of the Web: After Endgame: Where Does the Comic Genre Go From Here. Expected to Appear: John Campea, Chris Gore, Kristian Harloff, Kyle Newman.

Outlander Fan Panel. Expected to Appear: Ginger Wiseman, Summer Reyolds, Sarah Ksiazek, and Heather of Outlander So Cal Edition.

Pinups and the Life of a Professional Woman Artist. Expected to Appear: Katie Lee Grech.

The Science of the Acme Product Catalogue.

The Science Behind Spiderman’s Rogues Gallery.

Science Fact: How Science Fiction Has and Will Shape Our Future. Many of the technological achievements in the last few decades were actually ideas prophetically described in science fiction literature long before they became a reality. What do some of America’s smartest people think will be next? Join us as American Mensa, the high IQ society, hosts a panel of Scientists, Writers, and Sci-fi fans in a discussion on what the future may hold.

Spotlight on Marv Wolfman. Expected to Appear: Marv Wolfman, Tom King.

The State of the Industry: Animation Superstars! For the 13th year in a row, ASIFA-Hollywood will bring together some of the greats in animation to discuss the animation industry, where it’s headed, and anecdotes on how they broke into the industry. Brooke Keesling (Animation Guild, ASIFA-Hollywood VP and longtime Animation Recruiter for Cartoon Network & Disney) will lead a lively discussion with animation giants Dave Thomas (Director & Producer: Wander Over Yonder, Mickey Mouse shorts, Fairly Odd Parents, El Tigre), Jeanette Moreno King (Storyboard Artist & Director: Alien News Desk, Disenchantment, Futurama), Matt Braily (Editor & Writer: Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Loud House, Owl House), Hannah Nance Parlow (Color Designer: Tig ‘N’ Seek, Harley Quinn, Mike Tyson Mysteries), and David Shair (Storyboard Artist & Writer: Looney Tunes Cartoons, Wander Over Yonder, Fish Hooks)

A Super-Fun Guide to Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs.

Super Geeked Up: Geeky Improve LIVE.

Unnecessary Debates.

Women On The Dark Side. Expected to Appear: Susan Lee.

Women Rocking Hollywood 2019. Women-powered Projects and the Push Towards Parity There have been positive developments in the last year for women in television and film. Initiatives like the 4% challenge are making news, movies and tv identified as gender-balanced are getting ReFrame stamps, and companies like OWN, Annapurna, Netflix, & Sundance continue to expand opportunities for intersectional women, supporting great content in the process. Changes are happening, but are they happening fast enough, and how can industry insiders and fans help the forward momentum? The inspired, talented powerhouse panelists of this year’s Women Rocking Hollywood give their thoughts on that & share their perspective. They also talk about their exciting new projects. A complete list of panelists to be announced closer to the con, but currently scheduled to appear: Kirsten Schaffer (exec director: Women in Film: LA) Liesl Tommy (director: Respect, The Walking Dead), Cheryl Dunye (producing director: Queen Sugar, director: David Makes Man) Jen McGowan (director: Rust Creek, founder: Glass Elevator), and Patricia Riggen (director: The 33, Surveillance). Moderated by Leslie Combemale (,

Worst Cartoons Ever! Hosted by Jerry Beck. For the 17th year in a row, esteemed animation historian Jerry Beck ( and ASIFA-Hollywood will once again foist upon the Con a new selection of the most terribly written, ugliest drawn and unintentionally funniest animated films ever made. All for real, all drawn from TV’s ancient golden age, all hilariously awful! Rarely seen – and you’ll soon understand why. Cartoons include Con favorites Mighty Mr. Titan (the physical fitness superhero in a form fitting costume a little too tight for comfort) and Johnny Cypher In Dimension Zero (worst. anime. ever.). This year’s presentation will be one for the history books. You’ve been officially warned!

The Wristbone’s Connected to Something: Medical Mix-Ups in Film and TV. Expected to Appear: Johnny Kolasinsi.


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