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SDCC ’20: THE LIVING DEAD: George A. Romero’s legacy

The panel discussed the upcoming novel based on Romero’s seminal Dead movies.

SDCC ’20: HOWARD CRUSE panel remembers the godfather of queer comics

A multi-panel panel of cartoonists discusses Cruse's legacy.
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SDCC ’20: The Psychology of Star Trek vs. Star Wars

Which one will reign over our galaxy: Star Trek or Star Wars? Clinical psychologists team up with writers to settle this debate, or at least they try to!

SDCC ’20 Watchtower: Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow…

A look at what you may have missed from this year's [email protected]

SDCC ’20: The Resurgence of Illustrated Movie Posters

A panel of legendary artists discuss why the art of illustrated movie posters is back with a vengeance.

SDCC ’20: INSIDER ART panel explores the massive upcoming anthology

The 270+ page anthology includes the work of over 142 different creators.
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SDCC ’20: The Perseverance of the Direct Market

Direct market retailers take a moment to share what's going on behind the counter, and how they are staying afloat during a worldwide pandemic.

SDCC ’20: GRAPHIX panel previews upcoming Scholastic graphic novels

The panel covered Twins, Animorphs, and Geronimo Stilton.

SDCC ’20: Del Toro and Cooper discuss ANTLERS and horror filmmaking

ANTLERS director Scott Cooper and producer Guillermo del Toro discuss what went into the making of the film, and its place in the horror tradition.

SDCC ’20: Frank Herbert’s DUNE Universe is Expanding Like No Other

Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson announce all the books and comics in the works during the virtual DUNE publisher's panel at SDCC 2020

SDCC ’20: INSPIRED panel explores personal stories in graphic novels

The panel covered the inspirations, challenges, and triumphs of personal storytelling through comics.

SDCC ’20: INVADER ZIM Conquers Publishing panel

The panel included veterans of the animated series, the Oni Press comics, and the new art book from ABRAMS Books.

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