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Saturday, July 22, 2017 1:00pm - 3:50pm
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Saturday, Jul 22, 2017 1:00pm - 3:50pm




1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Archie Comics Forever: Riverdale and Beyond      
Room 4      
Celebrate the new era of Archie Comics with news and announcements about your favorite Archie titles and The CW's hit Riverdale TV show. Featuring Jon Goldwater, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Mike Pellerito, Alex Segura, Dan Parent, Jesse Goldwater, and others.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
CBLDF: Retailer Rights Presentation      
Room 11      
Comic book stores are at the frontlines when it comes to censorship, and CBLDF is here to help! This presentation is designed for comic store staff and owners alike. Learn what you need to know to protect yourself, your co-workers, and your community when dealing with common censorship scenarios, from police visits to community complaints. Join CBLDF executive director Charles Brownstein to learn more about how you can protect your rights!      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Comic-Con How-To: Comics and Other Geek Items for the Vision Impaired      
Room 2      
Joshua Loya is a martial artist, public speaker, and professional adventurer who has taken it upon himself to help others craft compelling stories. In his youth, combat sports and athletics were not generally available to him because he was at very high risk for losing his eyesight. Joshua found solace in comics and genre fiction, despite eventually losing his eyesight and pursuing martial arts full-time. Scott Brick is an American actor, writer, and award-winning narrator of over 600 audiobooks. He has narrated books for a number of high-profile authors, including Michael Crichton, Frank Herbert, and Isaac Asimov.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Comics Arts Conference #11: Focus on Eric Shanower      
Room 26AB      
Comics Arts Conference special guest Eric Shanower is the award-winning cartoonist of the graphic novel series Age of Bronze, a retelling of the story of the Trojan War. With cartoonist Skottie Young, he adapted six of L. Frank Baum's Oz books to a series of New York Times bestselling graphic novels. He wrote the Eisner Award-winning comics series Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland with art by Gabriel Rodriguez. Shanower will elucidate the historical research and creative choices involved in crafting his comics. Moderated by Randy Duncan (Henderson State University).      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Genre-Blending: How and Why?      
Room 28DE      
Readers, authors, and curators sometimes struggle to classify a work. Is it fantasy? Science fiction? Paranormal? Maybe all of the above? Authors Charlie Jane Anders (All the Birds in the Sky), Daryl Gregory (Spoonbenders), Peter Clines (Paradox Bound), Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Worship), Vic James (Gilded Cage: Book I of the Dark Gifts Trilogy), and Pierce Brown (Red Rising series) discuss the benefits and tricks of genre blending with Petra Mayer of NPR.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday Celebration with IDW!      
Room 25ABC      
IDW is showcasing an impressive library of eight(!) Artist's Editions featuring Kirby's original Marvel and DC art in full size. IDW president Greg Goldstein hosts this stellar birthday tribute with superstar creators Walter Simonson and Kevin Eastman, who will share their Kirby remembrances and influences, along with senior editor Scott Dunbier, creative director at IDW PDX Dirk Wood, and perhaps even a surprise guest or two. Everyone who attends will receive a "birthday" gift! One lucky fan will go home with an Artist's Edition!      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Little Lulu and John Stanley Fan Group      
Grand 1 & 2, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
The well-remembered Little Lulu comic books were written from 1945 to 1959 by the multitalented John Stanley. Recent research has identified a large body of other work by this once-anonymous master of comics storytelling. Bill Schelly, author of John Stanley: Giving Life to Little Lulu, will be joining the conversation. Come and learn more and join in for a scripted radio-play style reading of a Golden Age Little Lulu story!      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Living a Creative Lifestyle      
Room 29AB      
First Second Books creative and editorial director Mark Siegel discusses how to incorporate creativity into your day-to-day life. How do you inspire yourself to write and draw stories? How do you inspire yourself to finish stories and to maintain a consistent work ethic throughout the process? And how do you do that in a way that is fun, healthy, and low stress? Siegel outlines a creative lifestyle based on his years of experience at First Second as well as being the creator of his own comics works.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Superheroes and Comics Can Transform Learning      
Shiley Special Events Suite, San Diego Central Library      
A group of educators, researchers, and creators discuss how comics can be used to enhance literacy and STEM education and why our brains may be uniquely wired to learn from comics. Featuring Jorge Cham (author and creator, PhD Comics), Rebecca Thompson (creator, APS Spectra Comics), Jeff Barbanell (president, Scholastic Innovations, Inc.), Josh Elder (executive director, Reading with Pictures), and Neil Cohn (assistant professor, Tilburg University). Moderated by Russell Shilling (Digital Promise, former DARPA PM).      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
The Character of Music: Music for Popular TV      
Room 9      
Can't get that certain song or tune out of your head that you heard on TV? Learn how music is added to your favorite TV shows and how it is an essential character in storytelling. Composers Dave Porter (Breaking Bad, Preacher), Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (Stranger Things), and Eskmo (13 Reasons Why) and music supervisors Maggie Phillips (Legion, Fargo) and Thomas Golubi? (The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul) discuss how they create and place music in their programs, how they discover talent, and what their experiences have been working on some of the most popular series on television. Moderated by Chandler Poling of White Bear PR.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
The Kaiju Kingdom Podcast: The Resurgence of the Kaiju Film Genre      
Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library      
With the success of Kong: Skull Island, the buzz around Legendary's MonsterVerse grew over night. Film buffs and kaiju fans have both Pacific Rim, and Godzilla sequels, along with the grand finale of King Kong vs. Godzilla to look forward to. Jessica Tseang and Chris Eaton (hosts of The Kaiju Kingdom Podcast) discuss with Mitsuki Koga (actor Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.,Kamen Rider Ketaros), Steve Ryfle (author of Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa), Chris Mowry (writer of IDW’s Godzilla), Mark Jaramillo (curator of Godzilla vs. Wolfman, producer Kaiju Gaiden), and other very special surprise guests, on how Legendary's new films have reawaken a love for giant monsters, and how their career was impacted by TOHO. Exclusive footage of Godzilla vs. Wolfman will be shown followed by an Q&A.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
The Official Image Comics Panel      
Room 7AB      
What's new at Image Comics? What's going on in the comics industry? How do you break into comics? Come listen to Ed Brubaker (Kill or Be Killed), Tini Howard (Magdalena), Donny Cates (God Country), Sina Grace (Nothing Lasts Forever), and Nicola Scott (Black Magick) discuss their work, the industry, and even more in this packed panel.      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
Women Rocking Hollywood: Female Directors Changing the Faces of Film and Television      
Room 23ABC      
Wonder Woman broke all records in Hollywood for a film helmed by a female director. Now what? While there's still a long way to go before women, who make up 51% of the population, are represented proportionately behind the camera, shows like Jessica Jones, Queen Sugar, and The Leftovers are making a huge difference by committing to the inclusion of female directors. This panel focuses on the incredibly talented, successful women who are expanding opportunities for women in film, who have made noise and are winning awards with their work on both the big and small screens. Scheduled to appear: Kirsten Schaffer (executive director, Women in Film LA), Tina Mabry (writer/producer/director, Queen Sugar, Queen of the South), Rosemary Rodriguez (director, Jessica Jones, Sneaky Pete, The Good Wife), Lesli Linka Glatter (director/producer, Homeland ; director, The Walking Dead, The Leftovers), Victoria Mahoney (director, Queen Sugar, Gypsy, American Crime), Angela Robinson (writer/director, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, True Blood), and Gina Prince-Bythewood (writer/director, Love & Basketball, Beyond the Lights). Moderated by Leslie Combemale (Cinema Siren).      
      
1:00pm — 2:00pm      
How To: Documentary Filmmaking      
Pacific 23, North Tower, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
Returning for its third consecutive year, Edward Doty (Fighting in Plain Sight, Roundtable) moderates a panel of documentary filmmakers in this one-hour intensive class. From preproduction necessities to production pitfalls and postproduction workflow, topics covered in this panel will serve as an insightful primer for understanding and learning to create nonfiction film. Panelists include Mike J Nichols (Last Play at Shea), Rory Karpf (30 for 30: I Hate Christian Laettner), Todd Howe (Rise), Amanda Spain (30 for 30: Wrestling the Curse), Charles Mruz (Gamemaster).      
      
1:00pm — 2:15pm      
Family Guy and American Dad!      
Ballroom 20      
The Family Guy cast (Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mike Henry, John Viener) and executive producers (Rich Appel, Alec Sulkin) offer a special preview of next season’s hilarity and hijinks from FOX’s hit animated comedy-including a sneak peek at the upcoming monumental 300th episode! Then, it’s a Smith-family funday with Francine (Wendy Schaal), Steve (Scott Grimes), Hayley (Rachael MacFarlane), and Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker), and co-executive producer Zack Rosenblatt, who will treat American Dad! fans to a first look at the all new season airing July 24 on TBS . . . plus a few other surprises!      
      
1:00pm — 2:30pm      
Cartoon Voices I      
Room 6BCF      
Each year, moderator Mark Evanier gathers a bevy of the most talented cartoon voice actors working today and invites them to explain and demonstrate their artistry. This year's lineup includes Grey Griffin (Scooby-Doo!, DC Super Hero Girls), Richard Horvitz (Invader ZIM, The Angry Beavers), Jeff Bergman (Bugs Bunny, Fred Flintstone), Mick Wingert (Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes), Kaitlyn Robrock (Mr. Pickles, Golan the Insatiable), Josh Robert Thompson (Family Guy, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson), and maybe a few other members of the vocal majority.      
      
1:00pm — 3:00pm      
Board game or video game Mentorship Sessions      
Santa Rosa Room, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
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1:10pm — 3:40pm      
Saturday Playback Room Block #2      
Marriott Marina Ballroom DE, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
The Playback Room will be showing the following panel presentations from either or both Hall H and Ballroom 20: The Simpsons, Family Guy and American Dad!, and Star Trek: Discovery. (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.)      
      
1:15pm — 1:45pm      
Krypton Special Video Presentation and Q&A      
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront      
Set two generations before the destruction of the legendary Man of Steel's home planet, Krypton follows Superman's grandfather (Cameron Cuffe of The Halcyon, Florence Foster Jenkins)-whose House of El was ostracized and shamed-as he fights to redeem his family's honor and save his beloved world from chaos. Based on DC characters, Krypton is from Warner Horizon Scripted Television and is executive produced by David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Dark Knight trilogy) through his Phantom Four banner. Damian Kindler (Sleepy Hollow) will serve as executive producer and showrunner. Krypton, based on characters created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, published by DC, will debut in 2018 on SYFY.      
      
1:30pm — 2:30pm      
Do You Have What It Takes To Be a Star?      
Horton Grand Theatre      
These panelists will tell the true stories of the worst moments in their professional careers and how they overcame them. From vicious feuds to absolute mortification, these actors bare it all. Would you be able to pick yourself up and keep going? Featuring Claudia Christian (Babylon 5, Atlantis), Mira Furlan (Babylon 5, Lost), Andrea Thompson (NYPD Blue, Babylon 5), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4), Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica, Imposters), Eddie McClintock (Warehouse 13, Bones), and Patricia Tallman (Babylon 5, Night of The Living Dead).      
      
1:30pm — 2:30pm      
Invader ZIM: It's a Comic?! (Yes! Yes it Is!)      
Room 24ABC      
Eric Trueheart (writer, Invader ZIM TV show and comics), Dave Crosland (character designer, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja; artist, Invader ZIM comics), Megan Lawton (story artist, Invader ZIM TV movie; artist, Invader ZIM comics), and Aaron Alexovich (character designer, Invader ZIM TV show and movie; artist, Invader ZIM comics) join forces to show you what's coming up in the ZIM comics, including the first-ever four-issue arc and a hilariously twisted one-shot where everyone switches bodies! (Or brains?) Moderated by Robin Herrera (editor, Invader ZIM comics)! Plus: secrets about the all-new TV movie that was recently greenlit by Nickelodeon? Never-before-seen comic art? Rejected covers? Possibly!      
      
1:30pm — 2:30pm      
Official Sailor Moon Panel      
Room 5AB      
Everyone's favorite Guardian of Love and Justice is back and better than ever! Join your friends from VIZ Media for all the news and updates on the legendary anime series, with some special guest appearances!      
      
1:30pm — 2:30pm      
Unconventional Comics      
Room 8      
Comics are all about super powers and saving the world, right? Discover the rich and growing market for comics that may lack super-powered heroes but are super all the same. Moderator Andrew Farago (Cartoon Art Museum) discusses with panelists R. Sikoryak (Terms and Conditions), Simon Hanselmann (Megg & Mogg), Gemma Correll (The Worrier's Guide to Life), and Melanie Gillman (As the Crow Flies) how they were inspired to write their unconventional books and why the comics format was right for their work.      
      
1:45pm — 2:45pm      
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2: Meet the Talent Behind the Video Game      
Room 6A      
The team behind the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 videogame-including Arthur Parsons (head of design, TT Games), Bill Rosemann (executive creative director, Marvel Games), Justin Ramsden (designer, LEGO), Kurt Busiek (comics writer, Avengers Forever), and Dan Veesenmeyer (comic content artist, LEGO Marvel's Avengers)-offer an inside look at this all-new original adventure, the sequel to the smash hit LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Moderated by Marvel's Ryan Penagos (vice president and executive editor, Marvel Digital), this celebration of the Marvel Universe will provide fans with a first look at a new game trailer, new character and artwork reveals, and exclusive audience giveaways. Bringing together iconic Marvel Super Heroes and Super Villains from different eras and realities, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 pits players against the time-traveling Kang the Conqueror in an epic cosmic battle across the expansive Open Hub World of Chronopolis. The game will be released on November 14.      
      
1:45pm — 3:15pm      
DC Celebrates Wildstorm's 25th Anniversary      
Room 6DE      
It's been 25 years since Jim Lee' s WildStorm first made its mark on the comics landscape with such memorable and innovative titles as WildC.A.T.s, Gen13, Stormwatch, and Deathblow, to name a few. Join Jim Lee and former WildStorm staffers and talented contributors including Ryan Benjamin, Lee Bermejo, J. Scott Campbell, Carlos D'Anda, Sandra Hope, Dustin Nguyen, Alex Sinclair, and others for a fun trip down memory lane!      
      
1:50pm — 2:50pm      
Lucifer Special Video Presentation and Q&A      
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront      
The climactic events of the Lucifer season finale left us wondering where in the world is Lucifer and how did he get his wings back? Join the series stars and executive producers Joe Henderson (White Collar) and Ildy Modrovich (CSI: Miami) for a special video presentation and Q&A where they'll discuss the sizzling second season and what's in store for Lucifer in season 3. From Jerry Bruckheimer Television in association with Warner Bros. Television and based upon characters created by Neal Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg for Vertigo from DC Entertainment, Lucifer returns for its third season this fall, airing Mondays 8/7c on FOX. Lucifer: The Complete Second Season is available now on digital and will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 22.      
      
2:00pm — 2:45pm      
Entertainment Weekly's Women Who Kick a$$: Icon Edition with Charlize Theron      
Hall H      
Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road . Cipher in The Fate of the Furious . Ravenna in Snow White and the Huntsman . Meredith Vickers in Prometheus . Aeon Flux. For more than a decade, Oscar winner Charlize Theron has embodied strength, power, searing intelligence, and steely determination on screen. Now, as she prepares to beat the hell out of sinister forces in her new movie Atomic Blonde, EW sits down for no-holds-barred conversation with a woman who defies the rules-and creates her own.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Character Creation: Makeup Effects for Cosplay      
Grand 1 & 2, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
Makeup effects artist Jeff Barkley (Frost: Portrait of a Vampire, Monster Manor, Delirium) will demonstrate how to create a character makeup using generic foam latex prosthetics. Joining Jeff will be pro cosplayers Trey Barkley (Sparrow's Flight) and Desiree Preston (Enasni Volz) to help answer any questions about wearing prosthetics while in costume.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Children of Tendu Live!      
Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library      
Ever wonder how the producers of Lost, Firefly, The 100, The Tick, and Agent Carter got to write for these genre stalwarts, what it was like to work on these shows, and-most important-how you could someday have their job? Veteran TV writer/producers Javier Grillo-Marxuach and Jose Molina bring their popular Children of Tendu podcast back to Comic-Con, along with a willingness to answer your tough questions about how TV is made and how you can make it in TV as a writer!      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Comics in Classrooms and Instruction      
Shiley Special Events Suite, San Diego Central Library      
San Diego teachers discuss the importance of the arts in classrooms, specifically how comics can be used as cross-curricular tools, as bridge-gaps for ELL/struggling readers, and to increase engagement. Featuring Ashley Marie Golden (art/English), Ben Stone (AP world and European history), Julie Damschen (AP psychology), and Chris Mostellar (math).      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Sid & Marty Krofft      
Room 23ABC      
Sid and Marty Krofft are coming to Comic-Con. Join the legendary producers and their moderator David Arquette and other surprise guests. The Kroffts are experiencing one of the greatest brand rebirths in Hollywood history. Their hit Nickelodeon show Mutt & Stuff just finished shooting 73 episodes. They're currently in production for a series that is a reboot of Sigmund and the Sea Monsters for Amazon Studios, and they recently produced another pilot for Nickelodeon, rebooting one of their biggest hits, The Bugaloos. Come hear showbiz stories and tales from the 1970s all the way through to the present day. And in an exclusive for Comic-Con, Sid and Marty will discuss their secret new projects in the pipeline for the future.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Spotlight on Joe Staton      
Room 4      
Paul Levitz (former president of DC Comics) talks to Joe Staton (Dick Tracy newspaper strip) about Joe's work since the '90s with particular focus on the Dick Tracy strip that Joe has been doing for the last six years with Mike Curtis and that won three consecutive Harvey Awards as Best Syndicated Strip. Other things like E-Man, Huntress, and a multitude of Green Lanterns may also come up.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
SuperheroIRL: End Bullying!      
Room 28DE      
Captain America knocked out Hitler-and this is SuperheroIRL, knocking out bullying, racism, misogyny, LGBTQIA-bullying, cyberbullying, and other forms of hate. Join in for this intersection of pop culture and social justice with Pop Culture Hero Coalition. "From now on, Comic-Con convention goers will come for cosplay, entertainment, freebies, autographs-and healing," as reported by CNN.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
The Centennial of The King of Comics, Jack Kirby      
Room 29AB      
Illustrator and comic book historian Arlen Schumer (The Silver Age of Comic Book Art) marks the centennial of Kirby's birth with a multimedia retrospective about how an uneducated, first-generation son of European Jewish immigrants growing up in the Lower East Side of New York City named Ya'akov Kurtzberg became acknowledged by both professionals and fans alike as the single greatest artist and storyteller in the history of comic books, Jack "King" Kirby.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
The Science of Rick and Morty      
Room 7AB      
Nerdist's Kyle Hill (Because Science, MythBusters: The Search) and special guests open up a portal to the Rickstaverse to rise above and focus on the science behind everything from portal guns to screaming suns. Q&A session burp to follow.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
World Mythology in Contemporary Fantasy      
Room 9      
Xenophobes beware. (And if you know what "xenophobes" means, please keep reading.) There are worlds of diverse gods, djinn, daemons, Ghabali, manticores, sylphs, yowies-and oh, yeah, Baba Yaga-to learn about. And you can find them all in the pages of books. Join Reneé Ahdieh (Flame in the Mist) in conversation with Ilona Andrews (Wildfire), Tomi Adeyemi (Children of Blood and Bone), Traci Chee (The Speaker), S. A. Chakraborty (The City of Brass), and Nidhi Chanani (Pashmina) to learn about the monsters that roam the Earth and how world mythology provides the building blocks of contemporary storytelling.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
World of Capcom      
Room 25ABC      
Moderator Tim Turi (Capcom) hosts a panel filled with Capcom team members to present the company's latest and greatest video games. Capcom has been creating popular games for over three decades, and this panel is the place for fans of all ages to check out the new games they can look forward to.      
      
2:00pm — 3:00pm      
Writing for Television, Film, and Comics with J. Michael Straczynski      
Room 11      
After talent, the most important thing an up-and-coming writer needs is information on how to break into the writing profession as an art and a craft. Having written nearly 400 produced television episodes (with roughly half of that as producer), several hundred comics for DC, Marvel, and Image, and five big-budget movies that have grossed over a billion dollars around the world, J. Michael Straczynski (JMS) once again shares his knowledge with new writers to help them break in and improve their work. Note: This is not a lecture but rather uses a Q&A format, so come equipped with good questions.      
      
2:00pm — 3:30pm      
Comic-Con How-To: Draw your Imagination with Kim Jung Gi      
Room 2      
Take this amazing opportunity to learn how to draw the things in your imagination that words cannot describe using white paper with a black pen. You will realize that you do not need any fancy equipment to draw your heart out after seeing Kim Jung Gi' s outrageous live drawing! You will get a chance to see an empty canvas transform into a completed scene with human anatomy and perspective in just 90 minutes. Kim Jung Gi is an established artist from South Korea who has the ability to visualize drawing before making his marks. He has taught manwha (comic book) art at universities and private schools, published numerous sketchbooks, and worked on the TLT, Tiger the Long Tail webtoon.      
      
2:00pm — 3:30pm      
Comics Arts Conference #12: The Poster Session      
Room 26AB      
The CAC's poster session gives attendees the opportunity to interact directly with presenters. Come talk one-on-one with these scholars about their projects! Plashka Webster, Victoria Sanchez, Grace Toyonaga, Tiana Mamaghani, Ashley Jabro, Zachary Brown, and Timothy Stiven present the student-designed graphic novel Windy and the Spirit Skies and share the process the students and faculty went through to create this project. Danielle Kohfeldt, Maricela Correa-Chavez, and Julia Stern examine how people occupying subordinated social identities experience and co-create fan culture in comic fandoms. Derek Heid traces a high school comics studies course from its inception to its present-day status as a class awaiting approval, including the obstacles its creators have experienced along the way. John A. Walsh presents the results of a study conducted with Shawn Martin and Jennifer St. Germain of the key features of fan mail published in The Amazing Spider-Man from 1963 until the present. Allen Thomas outlines potential research and theories examining how and why comics can aid in the psychotherapeutic process. Jeffrey Goodwin discusses how Sabrina the Teen-Age Witch queers the Archie Universe by setting itself up in opposition to capitalist, patriarchal society. Megan Sinclair analyzes the role of comics in education by addressing the genres of graphic medicine and the superhero. Matthew J. Brown compares six versions of Wonder Woman's origin story and how these versions combine progressive and problematic representations. Tiffany Babb examines why Noelle Stevenson's Nimona is so unacceptable to her society and why an uncontrollable young girl who refuses to fit into the moral and societal rules of a story is so terrifying. Craig K. Agule and Benjamin G. Barrena use Ian Williams's The Bad Doctor to argue that practical and ethical questions raised in cases of physicians who are also patients are best answered by looking at narratives. Voski Hovsepian and Kristal Samson explore the meaning and clinical presentation of dissociative amnesia through Barry Allen's experience in Flashpoint. Joseph Serrano presents the results of a qualitative study on the perceived influence of comic books on moral development during adolescence. Trevor Alvord examines how the Book of Mormon, the most sacred text in Mormonism, has been transformed into comic form 11 times. Jason Goldman-Hall, Courtney Arndtt, Alexander Diep, and Jenny Kim discuss concrete strategies for using comics and graphic novels to teach English, social science, and special education. Elizabeth Frechette, Elica Sharifnia, and Silvia Niño review how comic books meet the Kindergarten through 3rd grade nationally recognized Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards and provide guidelines for how teachers can begin to incorporate comic books into their science curriculum. Barbara Glaeser and Brenda Bush present the results of a study in which graphic novels were used to help adolescents with autism build bridges to reading for enjoyment and learning, which led to improved peer relationships. Cathy Leogrande examines the historical timeline of Asian characters in DC and Marvel comics. Eric Bruce presents the results of study with Shawn Sellers and Janet Roberts analyzing Batman using SAMHSA Wellness Initiative, identifying Batman's current status and health risk factors within the eight dimensions of wellness. Peter Carlson and Antero Garcia document the impact a critical pedagogy of comic books has had on disenfranchised, struggling, and historically marginalized readers. Ann Thresher examines the surprisingly rigorous engagement of comic writers with the philosophy and physics of time.      
      
2:30pm — 3:15pm      
Star Trek: Discovery      
Ballroom 20      
Over 50 years ago, the world was first introduced to what would quickly become a cultural phenomenon. It was a television series that inspired developments in science and technology, broke social barriers, and transported viewers around the globe to new adventures and uncharted frontiers. This fall, Star Trek: Discovery follows the voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new life forms while learning that to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yourself. The series will feature a new ship and new characters while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers. Join members of the cast alongside the creative minds behind the new series for a conversation and introduction to Star Trek: Discovery. The newest edition of the Star Trek franchise will premiere in the U.S. on CBS All Access this fall, following a broadcast premiere on the CBS Television Network.      
      
2:30pm — 3:30pm      
Drawn & Quarterly Previews and Announcements      
Room 8      
Drawn & Quarterly is the esteemed literary graphic novel publisher of such authors as Lynda Barry, Kate Beaton, Chris Ware, Adrian Tomine, and more. Publisher Peggy Burns, executive editor Tom Devlin, and marketing director Julia Pohl-Miranda preview forthcoming books and announce new titles.      
      
2:30pm — 3:30pm      
Explore/Create: Richard Garriott's Adventures from Gaming Pioneer to Space Adventurerto Space Adventurer      
Room 24ABC      
Richard "Lord British" Garriott authored the famed Ultima series and coined the term "avatar." In 2008, he became the first American second-generation astronaut when he flew to the ISS. Learn more from his new memoir Explore/Create.      
      
2:30pm — 3:30pm      
IDW Entertainment and Syfy: Wynonna Earp      
Room 5AB      
Cast and creators of the breakout SYFY series Wynonna Earp Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Shamier Anderson, Domonique Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell, Varun Saranga, and Tamara Duarte along with showrunner Emily Andras and comic creator Beau Smith reveal behind-the-scenes antics, show off exclusive footage, and answer your biggest questions about season 2!      
      
2:45pm — 3:45pm      
Happy!      
Room 6BCF      
Based on the New York Times bestselling graphic novel from Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, Happy! follows Nick Sax, an intoxicated, corrupt cop-turned-hitman whose life is changed forever by a tiny, relentlessly positive, imaginary blue winged horse named "Happy." The cast and creators of SYFY's highly anticipated new show premiere a first look at the series and discuss what fans can expect from the TV adaption.      
      
2:50pm — 3:50pm      
Gotham Special Video Presentation and Q&A      
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront      
Gotham' s origin story continues to unfold, and as the show enters its fourth season, the stakes will be higher than ever! With the Court of Owls decimated, the aftermath of the Tetch virus crippling the city, and every (surviving) villain in Gotham's underworld jockeying for power, Jim Gordon and the GCPD will have their hands full. And that's just the beginning! What threat does Ra's al Ghul pose, and will Penguin regain his title as the King of Gotham? What new villains are in store for season 4, and what does Bruce Wayne's season finale reveal mean for Gotham City and his ultimate destiny? Be among the first to see what's in store for season 4 in a special video presentation followed by a Q&A with series stars and producers. From Warner Bros. Television, Gotham returns this fall with all-new episodes on its new night, Thursdays at 8/7c on FOX. Gotham: The Complete Third Season is available now on digital and will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 29.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Comics 101: Making Sense of the Comics World      
Room 29AB      
Just getting into comics but not sure where to start reading? Industry professionals Simon Hanselmann (Megahex), Sonny Liew (Dr. Fate), Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani (Aw Yeah Comics), and others personally recommend series just right for you! Join comiXology Facebook Live crew Matt Kolowski and Tia Vasiliou and this panel of comics superstars as they become your guides through the awesome world of comics!      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Dark Horse Manga      
Room 7AB      
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the manga industry in North America-an industry born from the love of comics fans and comics publishers for the work of Japanese creators. Dark Horse was one of the manga pioneers in the 1980s and continues to publish Japanese titles ranging from Danganronpa, Cardcaptor Sakura, and Unofficial Hatsune Mix to I Am a Hero, Lone Wolf and Cub, and Berserk. Join Carl Horn (editor), Michael Gombos (director of international publishing and licensing), and Megan Walker (assistant editor) for a look at the past, present, and future of manga at Dark Horse.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Developing Comics for Social Impact and Change      
Shiley Special Events Suite, San Diego Central Library      
Many think that there is a need to develop an organized community focused on creating innovative and high-quality comics to tackle complex and challenging social issues. This panel will discuss this idea and how it can spur new opportunities, as well as the impact similar efforts have made in the video game industry. Josh Elder (executive director, Reading with Pictures), Gina Gagliano (marketing and publicity manager, First Second Books), Illya Kowalchuck (director of education, Pop Culture Classroom), and Geoff Gerber (president, Lion Forge Comics). Moderated by Russell Shilling (Digital Promise, former DARPA PM).      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Fanbase Press: Introducing Quince      
Room 28DE      
Quince is a 15-issue comic book series being released in English and Spanish about teenager Lupe who discovers she has superpowers at her quinceañera. Creative team Sebastian Kadlecik (Penguins vs. Possums), Kit Steinkellner (Z: The Beginning of Everything), and Emma Steinkellner (X-Box) discuss the series and the importance of inclusivity and representation in the comic book medium in a session moderated by Barbra Dillon (editor-in-chief, Fanbase Press).      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Living in the Future      
Room 23ABC      
Daily life in the 21st Century can often feel like living in the future, as we relax with our pocket supercomputers in our self-driving vehicles, etc. But there's no dearth of imagination among these panelists, who will share their future visions of our planet and others, humans, robots, and more. Take a tour as Christopher Rice (Ramses the Damned) guides readers into the visions of Cindy Pon (Want), Daniel H. Wilson (The Clockwork Dynasty), Karin Tidbeck (Amatka), Daniel Price (The Song of the Orphans), Elizabeth Briggs (Future Threat), and Rob Reid (After On).      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Lost Fans Unite with Jay and Jack      
Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library      
Are you a fan of ABC's Lost? Then join Jay and Jack Glatfelter for their 11th annual SDCC panel! The co-hosts of the popular The Lost Podcast with Jay and Jack will be joined by pop culture aficionado and co-founder of Cancer Gets LOST Jo "JOpinionated" Garfein to discuss the thoughts, theories, and legacy of one of the best serialized TV shows of all time and touch upon some of the newest "it" shows, such as The Leftovers, Westworld, The 100, and more.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Make Comics with Photoshop: Exploration of a Work Flow      
Room 11      
Have you always wanted to publish your own story but aren't sure where to begin? Daniel Presedo (Photoshop team) will walk through valuable lessons and work flows he has acquired in publishing over the past 25 years. Alicia Burstein (ArtStart books) will also share specific details to know before beginning your journey.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Marvel: Black Eyed Peas' Masters of the Sun      
Room 6A      
From the mind of will.i.am comes this retro futuristic b-boy zombie thriller. Fusing together the unlikeliest of genres with ease, Masters of the Sun mixes LA gang culture, b-boy-ism, and Egyptology to tell the heroic tale of a hip-hop group from East LA who must battle an ancient god that's turning black drug dealers and gangsters into zombies. Join will.i.am, Taboo, and apl.de.ap from the Black Eyed Peas to discuss the MOTS experience and the future of delivering immersive content.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Monster Hunter      
Room 25ABC      
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Capcom's newest action RPG game, Monster Hunter: World! Fresh off the announcement at E3 2017, this panel features the latest and greatest directly from the Capcom staff and development team members. This new entry in the popular Monster Hunter series is coming globally to PS4 and Xbox One in early 2018 with a PC release to follow.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return      
Horton Grand Theatre      
Following a record-breaking Kickstarter campaign, the new season of MST3K is now a Netflix Original Series. What was it like to bring the show back, and what's next for MST3K? Creator Joel Hodgson and cast members Felicia Day, Jonah Ray, Hampton Yount, and Rebecca Hanson take you behind the scenes.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Netflix's Stranger Things      
Hall H      
Netflix invites you to join the cast and creators of the pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things, who are coming to San Diego Comic-Con for the first time! Attendees will be the first to view never-before-seen footage from the second season of the series, which picks up in the chaotic aftermath of Will Beyer's return to a world that will never be the same. The cast and creators will answer all of your questions about the show and their journey into season 2.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Spotlight on Box Brown      
Room 4      
Box Brown (Andre the Giant, Tetris) and Brandon Stroud (pro wrestling editor at UPROXX) discuss Box's highly acclaimed comics body of work. Box is an Eisner Award-nominated cartoonist, illustrator, and comic publisher from Philadelphia. His books include the New York Times bestselling Andre the Giant: Life and Legend and Tetris: The Games People Play. His next work (coming Feb. 2018) is about Andy Kaufman, titled Is This Guy for Real? Box's independent comics publishing house, Retrofit Comics, was launched in 2011.      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Spotlight on Joyce Chin and Art Adams      
Room 9      
Artists Arthur Adams and Joyce Chin come together for this unique spotlight panel to interview each other on their combined decades' worth of work. They'll share their experiences working for such companies as DC, Image, and Marvel, venturing into creating new characters and comics, and illustrating magazine and toy packaging. They'll also answer your questions-bring 'em if you got 'em!      
      
3:00pm — 4:00pm      
Who's the Most Neurotic Superhero?      
Grand 1 & 2, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
Ever since the dawn of Marvel's "superheroes with real problems," costumed adventurers have been letting their psychological damage show. Spider-Man's guilt and insecurity, Batman's tango with trauma, Captain America's survivor's guilt, Jessica Jones's smorgasbord of symptoms, and Star-Lord's daddy issues are just some of the mental challenges that modern superheroes deal with. Dr. Travis Langley (Batman and Psychology), R. Sikoryak (Masterpiece Comics), Dr. Janina Scarlet (Superhero Therapy), Alex Langley (The Geek Handbook), and moderator Danny Fingeroth (Superman on the Couch) hold a lively discussion of the psychological challenges that many heroes (and some villains, too) deal with.      
      
3:30pm — 4:10pm      
Supergirl Special Video Presentation and Q&A      
Ballroom 20      
Ridding National City of Queen Rhea and her Daxamite army was a major win for Supergirl but one that came at a significant cost, as Kara was forced to sacrifice her budding relationship with Mon-El. When the show returns with all-new supercharged adventures this fall on The CW, Kara and team will come up against a new threat in the form of DC Comics's Worldkiller, Reign. Want to know more about Reign and what she has in store for the Girl of Steel? Join the series' cast and creative team for a special video presentation followed by a discussion of the new season. From Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, Supergirl' s third season will debut Monday, October 9 at 8/7c on The CW. Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is available now on digital and will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 22.      
      
3:30pm — 4:30pm      
Doctor Who and Torchwood Comics      
Room 5AB      
Get your fix of all things Whovian from writers Cavan Scott, George Mann, and others (including a very special message from Captain Jack himself!), along with Doctor Who senior editor Andrew James, who will reveal upcoming plans for Titan's Doctor Who comics and take you behind the scenes of Titan's stand-alone SDCC Doctor Who comic-created especially for the show! Each audience member will receive a free comic!      
      
3:30pm — 4:30pm      
Insight Comics: Focusing on Content and Creators      
Room 24ABC      
In early 2017, Insight Editions launched Insight Comics, a dynamic new imprint dedicated to publishing original and licensed graphic novels. These beautifully illustrated stories run the gamut from tales of post-apocalyptic horror and sci-fi survival to epic fantasy battles, supernatural adventures, and thrilling detective mysteries for people of all ages. Meet the editors and creators behind the brand, get a glimpse of what the team has planned for the rest of 2017 and beyond, and learn why Insight Comics is the preeminent home for creators. Panelists include Mark Irwin (editor), Katie Kubert (editor), Nilah Magruder (M.F.K.), Richard Hamilton (Scoop), Jean Dufaux (Djinn), Arianna Irwin (The Comet), Tom Sniegoski (Atomic Frenchie), and Frank Tieri (comic book writer).      
      
3:30pm — 4:30pm      
Keeping it Real      
Room 8      
Graphic novels featuring realistic stories about kids are burning up the bestseller lists and winning awards. Some of the hottest creators working in the genre discuss why their work is connecting with readers both young and old. Panelists include Jennifer Holm (Swing It, Sunny), Shannon Hale (Real Friends), Nidhi Chanani (Pashmina), Tillie Walden (Spinning), and moderator Meryl Jaffe (Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth).      
      
3:30pm — 4:30pm      
Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane in Conversation      
Room 6DE      
Todd McFarlane, the creator of Spawn, and Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead, sit down for an intimate one-on-one chat. These two titans have forever changed the comics industry in addition to breaking new ground in everything from toys to television to film. What tips do they have for their fellow creators? How did they rise so high? They'll discuss these topics and more.      
      
3:30pm — 4:30pm      
CANCELLED - A Tale of Two Ducks: Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge from the Beginning      
Room 26AB      
CANCELLED: Sat, Jul 08, 04:28PM      
We regret to announce that this program has been cancelled.      
      
3:30pm — 5:00pm      
Comic-Con How-To: Draw with Copic Markers with Allison Sohn      
Room 2      
Comic book artist Allison Sohn takes you from a pencilled portrait all the way to a final colored piece of original artwork. She will share tips and tricks and answer all of your questions while she works. Allison is a freelance artist who specializes in trading cards and sketch cards and who collaborates regularly with her husband, Adam Hughes.      
      
3:50pm — 5:10pm      
Saturday Playback Room Block #3      
Marriott Marina Ballroom DE, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina      
The Playback Room will be showing the following panel presentations from either or both Hall H and Ballroom 20: Netflix's Stranger Things, Supergirl Special Video Presentation and Q&A, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow Special Video Presentation and Q&A. (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.)      
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