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Panels-Saturday, July 21 7:00pm - close


7:00pm -  7:50pm
The Magicians
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Magic is back . . . at Comic-Con! Last season, an epic finale totally changed our magicians (like for real) and left audiences begging for more. Now, join the cast and creators of this critically acclaimed series to get an exclusive look at the upcoming 4th season and answers to all of your burning questions (well, most of them)!
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
Bold Voices of Contemporary Horror
Room 23ABC
Love Get Out? A Quiet Place? Hereditary? The Witch? The Invitation? The Babadook? It Follows? Some of the most knowledgeable and influential voices in horror today discuss the state of indie and studio horror film and give a sneak peek at the best to come this year, with exclusive footage from festival standouts and hotly anticipated fall releases. This is the place to come to find out which upcoming horror flicks should be on your must-see list and discuss current trends in the horror genre. Panelists include Ryan Turek (VP of feature film development, Blumhouse), Dave Kajganich (creator, AMC's The Terror; writer, Suspiria), Mali Elfman (Before I wake, Fun Size Horror co-founder, Overlook Film Festival, co-creator, Fun Size Horror), and Anouk Whissell (member of RKSS directing team, Summer of '84, Turbo Kid). Moderated by Jen Yamato (The Los Angeles Times).
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
Cartoon Art Museum Demo: Watercolor for Cartooning
Room 11
Watercolors can be a magical medium for any artform including comics. Watch and learn beginner- to advanced-technique demonstrations meant specifically for use in comics with an introduction by Cartoon Art Museum educator and program coordinator Nina L. Taylor Kester (Cartoon Camp). Then observe professional cartoonists use this classic medium to create wondrous works of comic art. Lucky attendees may win some of the art created or go home with new art supplies to start their own watercolor adventure. Materials provided by Sakura of America.
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
From Script to Page, From Script to Screen
Room 28DE
Panelists take an in-depth look at the process of bringing ideas to the comic book page and then developing them from page to screen. They will also show how to successfully break down a screenplay for a graphic novel script.
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
Ladies of the Legions: A Conversation About Women, Costuming, and Star Wars!
Grand 1 & 2, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Five members of different Star Wars costume clubs discuss the basics of Star Wars costumes for women and challenges faced within the community. Speakers include Lesley Farquhar, Carrie Ann Caranci, Kristina Gundersen-Rudmann, Wendy Starling, and Regina Vail. Followed by a Q&A with the attendees moderated by Lesley Farquhar.
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
Spiritual Themes in Comics
Room 4
Featuring David Walker (Luke Cage), B. Dave Walters (Electropunk), Travis Hanson (Bean Leaf Press), Buzz Dixon (Serenity), Jessica Tseang (comic book historian), and Kyle Keene (moderator), this will mark the 21st year that the Christian Comic Arts Society has hosted the Spiritual Themes in Comics panel at San Diego. With spiritual themes central to comic-book-related movies such as Black Panther and Wonder Woman and animated movies like Pixar's Coco, panelists will explore how these spiritual themes central to the stories reflect the reality of the spiritual beliefs of the cultures featured. They will explore how these spiritual depictions in movies, comic books, fantasy, and science fiction impact society.
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
Totally Awesome: The Greatest Cartoons of the 80s
Room 25ABC
The 1980s was a truly outrageous decade that saw an unprecedented animation boom that made household names of a host of colorful characters. Author Andrew Farago (Cartoon Art Museum) looks back at that totally awesome era with some of the creative personnel behind some of the most popular cartoons of the decade, including producer Franklin Cofod (Voltron), voice actor Townsend Coleman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), director Larry Houston (G.I. Joe), and storyboard artist Jeff Pidgeon (Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures).
 
7:00pm -  8:00pm
What's New from Del Rey Books?
Room 9
Adventure, science fiction, fantasy, and fairy tales-the publisher of some of these genres' best and brightest stars is here to talk about what's next on the horizon from DelRey Books. Authors Katherine Arden (The Winternight trilogy), Pierce Brown (Red Rising series), Delilah S. Dawson (Kill the Farm Boy), Christie Golden (World of Warcraft: Before the Storm), Kevin Hearne (Kill the Farm Boy), Sylvain Neuvel (The Themis Files), and Naomi Novik (Spinning Silver) discuss their new and upcoming books with moderator Tricia Narwani (Del Rey editorial director).
 
7:00pm -  9:15pm
Studio Ghibli My Neighbor Totoro Screening
Horton Grand Theatre
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of My Neighbor Totoro, the classic animation film of childhood adventures and friendship in a magical forest. Join Her Universe and Hot Topic for Studio Ghibli trivia, prizes, and a special screening of this delightful tale. Hosted by Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein.
 
7:30pm -  8:30pm
Defending the Defenders
Room 26AB
The characters of Marvel's Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist all face different legal challenges. Could Matt Murdock be disbarred for being Daredevil? How accurate was the trial of the Punisher? Could someone who was Kilgrave'd argue the insanity defense? What would lawyers need in order to prove the actual innocence of Luke Cage? Could Danny Rand reclaim his father's company after being presumed dead for 15 years? Judge Carol Najera, Christine Peek, Jordon Huppert, Megan Hitchcock, and Joshua Gilliland (The Legal Geeks) find these answers and more.
 
7:30pm -  8:30pm
Funimation Favorites
Room 7AB
Funimation staff members take a look at some personal favorites from current anime and past classics. What's your Funimation favorite?
 
7:30pm -  8:30pm
Living in a Post-Toys 'R' Us World: Navigating the Future of Toy Retail
Room 8
The bankruptcy and liquidation of "the world's biggest toy store, Toys 'R' Us
 
7:30pm -  8:30pm
The Official Gaia Online Panel
Room 24ABC
Gaia Online staff talk about new and exciting updates to Gaia Online and answer any questions that you have about Gaia. Special appearance by Gaia Online founder Lanzer!
 
7:45pm -  8:45pm
25 Years of The Nightmare Before Christmas with D23: The Official Disney Fan Club
Room 6BCF
D23 pulls the curtain back on the classic stop-motion Halloween (and Christmas!) favorite, Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. Watch a retrospective panel featuring the team that brought the movie to life 25 years ago, including Henry Selick (director), Kelly Asbury (art director), Edie Ichioka (editor), and Anthony Scott (animator).
 
8:00pm -  8:50pm
Twin Peaks and the Revival of a Cult Classic
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Jessica Tseang (comic book historian, Girl on Geek) talks with cast members from both the new and original series, Mädchen Amick (Shelly Briggs/Shelly Johnson), Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer/Carrie Page/Maddy Ferguson), Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne), Kimmy Robertson (Lucy Brennan/Lucy Moran), Harry Goaz (Deputy Andy Brennan), James Marshall (James Hurley), Adele Rene (Lt. Cynthia Knox), Chrysta Bell (FBI Agent Tammy Preston), Nicole LaLiberte (Darya), John Pirruccello (Deputy Chad Broxford), Amy Shiels (Candie), George Griffith (Ray Monroe), and Sabrina Sutherland (executive producer), about how the show has evolved and the passion behind the fandom. Indigo Ballroom
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
Bronies in Uniform
Grand 1 & 2, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
LCDR Ted Visser (United States Navy; chair, Pacific PonyCon 2016 and 2017), TSgt Christine Sparks (United States Air Force; admin, Military Bronies on Facebook), Sgt Dylan Main (United States Marine Corps; operations manager, Pacific PonyCon 2017), Cpl Zac Caruthers (United States Marine Corps), and SPC Jan P. Ducos (United States Army) speak about their experience of being a fan of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic while being a service member in the United States Armed Forces, followed by a Q&A session moderated by James Udan (coordinator, San Diego Wikimedians User Group; event planner, SoCal Bronies).
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
Prism Awards: Diversity and Recognition in Comics
Room 29AB
The winners of the Second Annual Prism Awards will be revealed in this new awards ceremony. Founders Ted Abenheim (Prism Comics) and Nina L. Taylor Kester (Cartoon Art Museum/QCE), Prism Awards chairperson Maia Kobabe (Gender Queer: A Memoir), judges Ajuan Mance (1001 Black Men, Gender Studies), William O. Tyler (WoT's Cinephilia), Heidi McDonald (The Comics Beat), Mey Rude (Autostraddle), and Rob McMonigal (Panel Patter) will discuss the origins of the awards and their emerging role in recognizing, promoting, and celebrating diversity and excellence in the field of queer comics as they present the handcrafted Prism Awards to the winning creators to celebrate their contributions.
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
Radical Activism in Comics
Room 23ABC
Hazel Newlevant (Comics for Choice, Puerto Rico Strong), Io Ascarium (ABO Comix: A Queer Prisoner's Anthology), Amber Garza (coordinator, Geeks OUT L. A.), and friends discuss their Eisner-nominated and award-avoiding projects and how they use them as a means for political organizing. Panelists will discuss how to be a poor artist using comics and fandom to fund-raise for worthy causes, blending the personal and political in our creations, fair distribution of tasks between organizers and contributors, how to subvert geekdom's apolitical consumer mindset, and how to create a truly radical (queer, anti-fascist, intersectional) social justice community among fellow geeks in the current political climate.
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
Unnecessary Debates
Room 25ABC
Have you ever wanted to hear funny people debate topics you thought should never be debated? Topics such as: Who wore it better, Tarzan or Gollum? Perfect! Join Abed Gheith (writer, Rick and Morty) and Michael Tanner (writer, Junior Braves of the Apocalypse) versus Jenny Jaffe (writer, Big Hero 6: The Series) and Geoffrey Golden (publisher/writer, The Devastator Press, Wet Hot American Summer: Fantasy Camp RPG) for this geek showdown! Moderated by Tyler McPhail (founder, The Grand Geek Gathering).
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
What If? Alternative Science Fiction and Fantasy Books to Make You Wonder
Room 9
"What if?" Those words are the start of countless stories. Fellow book-lovers will speculate about alternative worlds and tales of what could be or would have been had a single detail been changed. What if Sherlock and Watson lived in near-future Washington D.C. in the midst of a new American Civil War? What if the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 was caused by geomancers? What if dogs went on missions to space? What if the dead rose from their graves after the Civil War? Harper Voyager and Epic Reads team members will share sneak peeks at a few upcoming works of speculative fiction, and all attendees will walk away with a book in hand!
 
8:00pm -  9:00pm
Women Below the Line
Room 28DE
Jesse Thaxton (specialty costume fabrication, Black Lightning, Titans), Alicia Minette (production designer/prop master, Paradise Run, Big Brother), Erin Peters (assistant editor, The Last Ship, Grimm), Rachel Noel (narrative designer, Armored Warfare, Pathfinder Adventures), Helen Harwell (production designer, The Aquabats! Super Show!, Paradise Run), and others explore roles of women in the entertainment industry. They will discuss their careers and experiences working in their various fields, focusing on success stories and how to follow your dreams in the industry while exploring gender roles in the creative professions. Moderated by Sheyne Fleischer.
 
8:00pm - 11:30pm
YouTube's Origin Presents The 2018 Comic-Con International Masquerade
Ballroom 20
The Ballroom 20 stage becomes a showplace for a fun competition of comics and pop culture creativity, with impressive re-created and original design costumes crafted by our talented attendees, presented before an audience of thousands. Not a dance or party, but a talent show on a stage, with trophies, cash prizes and other awards for the top entries. Doors open for audience seating at 8:00, but the line for choice seating will begin hours earlier. Tickets are required for seating and will be given out free at noon to those lined up. Any tickets that remain will be given out at the Masquerade Desk after 3:00. The Master and Mistress of Ceremonies are writers/artists Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio, with special live entertainment from The Corps Dance Crew and the Saber Guild performance group during the judging intermission. Overflow seating available in the Sails Pavilion, 5AB, and 6A (tickets not required for those rooms).
 
8:00pm - 11:30pm
YouTube's Origin Presents The 2018 Comic-Con International Masquerade Simulcast and Party Under the Sails
Sails Pavilion
The Ballroom 20 stage becomes a showplace for a fun competition of comics and pop culture creativity, with impressive re-created and original design costumes crafted by our talented attendees, presented before an audience of thousands. Not a dance or party, but a talent show on a stage, with trophies, cash prizes and other awards for the top entries. Doors open for audience seating at 8:00, but the line for choice seating will begin hours earlier. Tickets are required for seating and will be given out free at noon to those lined up. Any tickets that remain will be given out at the Masquerade Desk after 3:00. The Master and Mistress of Ceremonies are writers/artists Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio, with special live entertainment from The Corps Dance Crew and the Saber Guild performance group during the judging intermission. Overflow seating available in the Sails Pavilion, 5AB, and 6A (tickets not required for those rooms).
 
8:30pm -  9:30pm
Comics Come Alive, And You Can, Too: 10 Years of Captured Aural Phantasy Theater
Room 26AB
Described as what would happen if Stan Lee, John Waters, and Garrison Keillor all hooked up after a night of hard partying, Captured Aural Phantasy Theater celebrates 10 years of producing unique multimedia live performances of classic comics. Demonstrations will be given, questions answered, and worlds changed. Do you love comics? Do you love theater? Would your mind be blown if you could somehow merge these two loves together? For the low price of showing up, they'll show you how!
 
8:30pm -  9:30pm
Crunchyroll Industry Panel: The Latest and Hottest in Anime Today!
Room 7AB
Hear about all the latest and greatest anime coming out of Crunchyroll straight from the source. A special gift for all who attend.
 
8:30pm -  9:30pm
Druids, Dark Elves, and d20s: A Super-Fun Guide to Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs
Room 24ABC
Your dashing dungeon masters are back to continue this popular panel series on how to get the most fun out of playing D&D and other super-cool tabletop RPGs. Both new and veteran players will be right at home as the panelists discuss getting started, creating a character you'll want to play for years, keeping a long-running campaign interesting, and making sure everyone at the table has fun! Moderated by Jeff Burns (Super Geeked Up, DC Action Hour) and featuring Jennifer Kretchmer (Dollhouse, Maze Arcana), T. J. Storm (Deadpool, Godzilla), Omar Najam (Thank You For Questing!, HyperRPG), Dael Kingsmill (MonarchsFactory, Geek & Sundry), and Trip Hope (League of S.T.E.A.M., The Boogeys). Plus, join the panelists for a gaming session in Room 21 of the Marriott Marquis immediately after the panel. So grab your bags of holding and join your fellow adventurers for an action-packed panel!
 
8:30pm -  9:30pm
Lily
Room 8
This short film documents the extraordinary life story and career of Lily Renée. Escaping Nazi occupied Austria in 1938, she immigrated first to England and then to America to become a pioneer artist during the Golden Age of comics. Executive producer David Armstrong moderates a panel with director Adrienne Gruben, editor Ben Shearn, and historian and author Trina Robbins to talk about the amazing story of Lily, who turned 97 in May.
 
9:15pm - 11:15pm
Hall H and Ballroom 20 Saturday Playback Free Play
Marriott Marina Ballroom DE, Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Didn't get into Hall H or Ballroom 20 today? Neither did we! On hand to kick off the panel will be the assistant to the director of programming for Comic-Con, Tommy Goldbach, in this 2-hour-and-15-minute block that rebroadcasts 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 first, second, and maybe even a third 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.)
 
10:00pm - 12:00am
Deadpool 2: Uncut Screening
Horton Grand Theatre
Deadpool is bringing a little something special to Comic-Con. Be the first to see a super-duper special screening of Deadpool 2 and maybe some surprises. Deadpool costumes are encouraged, but not required, but give it your maximum effort.
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