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Saturday, July 23, 2022, 7:00 pm - Close
« on: July 01, 2022, 05:51:27 PM »
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Panels - Saturday, July 23, 7:00pm - Close

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Adapting Neil Gaiman's Work (A Backstage View)

Cat Mihos (writer, Lore of the Havamal and VP of Gaiman’s Blank Corp production company), David Mack (award-winning cover artist, creator of Kabuki), Jim Batt (stop-motion director), Josh Mahan (award-winning animator of The Grave of Saint Oran, Marcel The Shell With Shoes On, and many more), and Paul Roman Martinez (writer and illustrator, creator of the Adventures of the 19XX Graphic novel series) discuss the challenges and rewards of adapting Neil Gaiman’s work. They will show two short films, Jim’s The Grave of St Oran and Jude Gerard Prest’s We Can Get Them for You Wholesale.
Room 28DE

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Bringing Films to Life: Building Professional and Fan-Made Props

Chris Ting (engineer), Zachary Spencer (engineer), Amanda Negron (professional costume artist and prop builder), Thomas Negron (prop builder), and Alexa Paul (costume designer and prop builder), discuss building professional and fan-made props with a variety of materials and resources. Panelists will bring actual constructed props for demonstration. Moderated by Jeanie Croshaw (panel director).
Grand 6, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Bringing Video Games into Reality

Maxwell Scheller (director/producer of Las-New: A Fallout Snow Globe Road Trip), Lawrence Brenner (pop culture journalist/historian), Gabriel Valentin (musician and comic creator of Digital Lizards of Doom), Angel Donn (model/cosplayer), and Ela Darling (virtual reality pioneer) share their experiences of bringing video gaming into reality. They will discuss their video game influences being brought into the real world through video game–themed scavenger hunts, creating graphic novels, getting started with augmented reality, being innovative in virtual reality, cosplay, and more.
Room 25ABC

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: From Cave Art to Superheroes: Comic Books and Social Commentary

Mark S. Zaid, Esq. (Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide advisor; comic book historian) offers an educational and humorous interactive visual arts presentation tracing the historical creation and development of comic books and their characters, and particularly how comics addressed social issues of the day (including such topics as war, civil rights, women's liberation, politics, and censorship).
Grand 12 & 13, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Law and Thunder: Legal Analysis of Thor and Doctor Strange

Who is the true owner of Mjölnir? What is the liability for breaking the multiverse? What are the legal defenses for Wanda of 838 for being possessed by Wanda of 616? And is there a cause of action for Zeus flicking too hard? This panel of lawyers gives their legal analysis of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder. Featuring U.S. Magistrate Judge Stan Boone, Jessica Mederson, Gabby Martin, Stephen Tollafield, Nari Ely, and Megan Hitchcock. Moderated by Joshua Gilliland of The Legal Geeks.
Room 23ABC

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Narrating and Voice-over Self-Promotion: Get Your Name Out There

You've got your foot in the door and you’re finally booking gigs. Now what? Award-winning voice actor and audiobook narrator Scott Brick (Dune, Jack Reacher, Jurassic Park) joins bestselling author Brett Battles (The Cleaner, Becoming Quinn, Mercy) and audiobook narrator/webcast host/social media maven Suzanne Elise Freeman to share key insider secrets to boosting your online presence. From designing an effective website and engaging casting profiles to building a solid social media base, learn from the pros just what it takes to land those elusive narrating and VO jobs. Moderated by Gina Smith of GLS Entertainment Services.
Room 2

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Spiritual Themes in Comics

With continued emphasis on spiritual themes in comics, television, and movies such as WandaVision, Loki, and The Eternals, this panel will examine how these spiritual themes influence the entertainment industry and how they impact contemporary culture. Panelists will include, B Dave Walters (actor, writer), Travis Hanson (Beanleaf Press), Ameen Beydoun (Habibti Pada), Scott Mercano (Diablo Publishing), Alexander James (Zoe Christian Fellowship), Ralph Miley (Christian Comic Arts Society), and Kyle Keene (moderator).
Room 4

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: The Buzziest Books of 2022

The penguins are in the house and they have the perfect new book rec for you! Penguin Random House staff Brittanie Black (publicist, PRH Audio), Sarah Blumenstock (senior editor, Berkley), Lyana Salcedo (associate marketing manager, Penguin Young Readers), Anne Jaconette (marketing manager, Doubleday), Jordan Pace (publicist, Del Rey), and Jules Kelly (assistant director of marketing, Random House Children’s Books) preview the buzziest books of the year!
Room 9

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: Wellness For Geeks Who Sit

Come stretch with us before you head out to dinner!–Robyn Warren (B.S./M.S.Ed, founder of Geek Girl Strong) leads this workshop designed to help you with those aches and pains developed from being hunched over the latest armor build or beating the final boss. You'll leave with new skills in your health arsenal, including mobility stretches, strength movements, and even nutritional tips. Note: This is a seated movement workshop tailored with various body types in mind.
Grand 10 & 11, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: Big Big Things with Sina Grace

Writer and artist Sina Grace celebrates a decade of being a freelance comic creator with the biggest news of his career! Find out in great depth what the former Walking Dead editor has been working on in secret . . . it’s far bigger than Iceman, and something even Rockstar and Softboy will love! Fans won’t want to miss this exciting conversation with comics BFF Josh Trujillo (Hulkling & Wiccan, United States of Captain America), ‘cuz there will be treats!
Room 29CD

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: Marvel and DC Comics Superheroes Come to Life Through Cardboard

Connor Lee (co-founder of Cardboard Superheroes) and Bauer Lee (co-founder of Cardboard Superheroes and founder of S.E.A.R.C.H. Your Voice) present and discuss their life-sized superhero creations: Hulkbuster, Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Groot, and more. They will share tips on how you can create your own movie props and sculptures of your favorite items and characters. From being exhibitors at the Comic-Con Museum to being in an Oscars Academy Awards Commercial, they will take you through their journey of starting a business. Bauer will also reveal a new interactive special effects action video event to introduce the power of public speaking that was launched with the Comic-Con Museum. At the end, a Q&A session will be held with a chance to win free life-sized cardboard Thor hammers!
Room 24ABC

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: Rad Dude! Making Toys in the ’90s

The 1990s was a wild time for toy makers in the collectibles industry. It was the era just before digital sculpting took over; it was the rise of independent toy makers and the pursuit of licenses for properties that never had product made for them before. Form factors and technology were changing, and these people were there to help guide it and make some of the best, craziest product ever! Daniel Pickett (editor-in-chief ofYou are not allowed to view links. Register or Login ) moderates the panel of toymakers and dealmakers, including Jesse Falcon (director, The Walt Disney Company), Marc Mostman (president, licensing and development with Most Management), David Vonner (chief creative officer-physical products, The Nacelle Company), and Steve Varner (sculptor, owner of Varner Studios).
Room 10

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: Remembering Brian Augustyn

Patrick Gerard (Ungrounded), Eisner Hall of Fame nominee Mark Waid (The Flash, Kingdom Come), writer/artist Brian Pulido (Lady Death) and Humberto Ramos (Amazing Spider-Man) reflect on the life and career of writer/editor Brian Augustyn.
Room 26AB

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: The Art of Black Rifle Coffee

Gary Stevens (creative director), Chris Hunt (director of art), Lenny Miller (commercial designer), and Kamber Carroll (graphic designer) of the Black Rifle Coffee Art Department discuss the inception and antics of the robust internal creative department that drives product development, media and “special projects,” with a Q&A to follow.
Room 7AB

7:45 pm - 8:45 pm: The Asylum 25th Anniversary

The studio that brought you Sharknado, Z-Nation, and Black Summer turns 25! The Asylum welcomes Sean Young, Kristanna Loken, Casper Van Dien, and Richard Grieco with moderator Joe Bob Briggs and his Last Drive-In cohost, Darcy the Mail Girl. Panel attendees will have an exciting opportunity to participate in a pitch session with The Asylum studio chiefs for a chance to make the next Sharknado! The panel will also include a special Sharknado announcement, along with exclusive Comic-Con 25th Anniversary giveaways and sneak previews of upcoming Asylum releases, including Shark Side of the Moon and action series Disaster Strike Force. One unlucky attendee will even win a walk-on role in an upcoming Asylum film. Don’t miss this chance to join the inmates as they take over Comic-Con 2022!
Room 6BCF

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm: IFWG's Caped Fear, Dracula Unfanged, and More

Jim Krueger (writer, Earth-X), Jonathan Maberry (writer, V-Wars), Mark Waid (writer, Batman-Superman: World's Finest), Vicky Adams (interior artist), and Jacqueline Sequeira (writer) join in on a discussion moderated by Christopher Sequeira (editor, conceptualist, writer, Dark Detective-Sherlock Holmes) about new prose anthologies (on superhero horror and alt-universe Draculiana) that include works by George R. R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, Colleen Doran, Jim Starlin, Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Robert Silverberg, Karen Haber, Leslie Klinger, and others. Also, hear about IFWG Publishing's forthcoming comics line.
Room 9

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm: The Best Trot: Proving Love to All the True Buckaroos

Moderator, the Dr. Chuck Tingle hosts a group of true buckaroos for a panel about how the best place to find your truest self is often between the pages of books. Authors Ryka Aoki (Light from Uncommon Stars), Heather Walter (Malice), and Foz Meadows (A Strange and Stubborn Endurance) discuss everything from using speculative fiction to exploring ideas of gender and sexuality to what "proving love" means to them. There will also be some discussion of aliens, doughnuts, spooky summer camps, magic.
Room 25ABC

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm: Unnecessary Debates

Have you ever wanted to hear funny people debate things you thought should never be debated? Well, don’t we have the perfect panel for you! Come watch debaters like Michael Tanner (writer/creator, Orcs in Space/Junior Braves of the Apocalypse), Utahime Cosplay (cosplayer/streamer, Utahimecosplay), Don Nguyen (artist, Upperdeck Marvel Anime/ Pablo the Gorilla), Derrick Murray (comedian, Jack of All Nerds Show), and Lemar Harris (comedian/podcaster, Most Extreme Ranking Challenge), and learn something you never wanted to know! Hosted by Tyler McPhail (host/podcaster, Most Extreme Ranking Challenge).
Room 23ABC

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm: Dave Stevens: Drawn to Perfection

It was 40 years ago that Dave Stevens created The Rocketeer and reintroduced the world to 50's pin-up model Bettie Page. Please join us for the premiere screening of Dave Stevens: Drawn to Perfection, a new feature-length documentary celebrating Dave’s brilliant art and life. While carving out his own unique corner of importance in comic book and illustration art, he showed the world what it's like to pursue the life of a creative individual. Featuring interviews with: Geof Darrow, Jaime Hernandez, Adam Hughes, Thomas Jane, Joe Johnston, Michael Kaluta, Olivia, Jim Silke, Brinke Stevens, William Stout, Bruce Timm, and many more!
Room 29AB

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm: CBLDF Live Art Auction

The CBLDF Art Auction is back! After two years away, the fan-favorite auction will be returning with art and collectibles from some of comics’ greatest creators. The CBLDF Art Auction will feature original artwork, signed scripts, and other collectibles. All proceeds will benefit CBLDF’s ongoing battle against the rising tide of censorship in our schools, libraries, and stores. Visit CBLDF booth 1918 to get your bidder number and a list of items.
Sapphire AB, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

8:30 pm - 10:00 pm: Hall H and Ballroom 20 Saturday Playback Free Play

Didn't get into either Hall H or Ballroom 20 today? We feel your pain! Do you like stuff? Of course, you do! Then join programming coordinator for Comic-Con International Tommy Goldbach in this one-and-a-half-hour block in which Comic-Con will rebroadcast some of the day's popular panels from those two giant rooms. Best of all, those in attendance will get to vote in a show of applause on what they want to see. It's democracy at its finest and it's a second chance to see these panels. (Please note: these playbacks will include only the panel discussions. None of the film clips or footage shown at the live events will be shown here.).
Room 24ABC

8:30 pm - 11:00 pm: Masquerade Simulcast

Can’t get in to see the Masquerade? Don’t like large rooms full of people having fun? Then the Masquerade Simulcast is for you! In this room Comic-Con live casts the costumed-action from the Masquerade stage straight onto the screen . . . simultaneously!
Room 6A

8:30 pm - 11:00 pm: The San Diego Comic-Con Masquerade

The big Ballroom 20 stage becomes a celebration of fan costuming with a cosplay competition of impressive re-created and original design costumes crafted by our talented attendees. Not a dance or party, it’s a show on a stage with trophies, cash prizes, and other awards. Doors open for audience seating at 8:00, but picking up a free ticket early will save you from some line-waiting later. Free advance tickets are given out at noon on Saturday upstairs near Ballroom 20, and also at the Masquerade Desk after 3:00. If you don’t get a ticket, you can still attend if seating is available. The Master and Mistress of Ceremonies will again be writers/artists Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio, with special live intermission entertainment from The Corps Dance Crew and the Saber Guild Star Wars performance group.
Ballroom 20

9:00 pm - 10:00 pm: Lloyd Kaufman: 50 Years of Filmmaking

Patricia Swinney Kaufman (executive producer, Poultrygeist) will be joined by surprise guests in celebration of the legendary career of Lloyd Kaufman (president of Troma and creator of The Toxic Avenger), who, against all odds, has been making independent films for 50 years and counting.
Room 25ABC

DISCLAIMER: Please keep checking the CCI scheduling page for any changes or updates - this schedule is subject to change without notice.
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