And……it’s all winding down. I always get sad when I format Sunday because when the bell rings, one adventure will end, and we’ll have a whole ‘nother year of planning and stressing. Some good panels here though and with Hollywood gone away, mostly comics and kids comics.
As in past years, the ReedPOP staff was kind enough to make the entire C2E2 programing list available in a handy text format. You can use their own site to set up a schedule, but this is easy to search. And many great panels, from John Cusack to cosplay how tos to Women of Marvel to the future of Hellboy.
Two weeks out from Comic-Con (that’s next week) is generally what we call “Hell Week” as all the details get locked down, programming goes out, meetings get set, dinners take shape and so on. But we’re beginning to get a picture of what’s new this year. And one thing that wont be new is selfie sticks on the con floor. The Con has updated its Tech rules to keep pace with the times, and selfie sticks, live streaming from panels, e-cigs and more are all prohibited:
Here’s the continuing our rundown of New York Comic-Con’s programming in an easily digestible text format, with the schedule for Sunday, with Star Wars Origami, Jonathan Coulton and the Women of Marvel. Thursday’s programming can be found here. And Friday’s here, and Saturday here. Many thanks to Marykate Nagourney for making this possible. Sunday, October […]
Saturday, October 12 Here’s the continuing our rundown of New York Comic-Con’s programming in an easily digestible text format, with the schedule for Saturday. Thursday’s programming can be found here. And Friday’s here. Many thanks to Marykate Nagourney for making this possible. Title: Kidditch- Quidditch Training for Kids Time: 10:00AM – 11:00AM Location: Family […]