See me at SDCC this weekend...
No signings, but I will be there.
I'm looking forward to attending some great panels. Panels like-
"Building the Studio of Tomorrow - Epic Einhorn Productions"
3pm - At the Horton Grand Theater 444 4th Avenue
"Making their public debut at San Diego Comic-Con International this week, EEP's namesake and Founder/CEO Heather Einhorn will lead a panel discussion entitled "Building The Studio Of Tomorrow" on Friday 7/21 at 3pm in The Horton Grand Theatre. As a former executive at DC Comics and Legendary Entertainment, Einhorn is a fandom and new media expert. "The marketplace is shifting," says Einhorn, 'fans are craving new ideas, new characters, and new story franchises.'"
Building Blocks to Indie Comics Success
- 8pm Room 9
Galo Gutierrez (COO, Project-Nerd Publishing) joins Neville Howard (creator, Sugar and Space), Alana Marshall (editor, Melbourne Comics), and Mike Speakman (creator, Space Copz) in a discussion on Project-Nerd past initiatives and connections to the Australian indie comics scene and then take a look ahead to projects in 2017/2018 season.
Fanbase Press Presents: Introducing Quince Panel - 3pm Room 28DE
Comic book creators Kit Steinkellner (Writer, Z: The Beginning of Everything), Emma Steinkellner (Artist, Ayzenberg), and Sebastian Kadlecik(Creator, Penguins vs. Possums) will serve as panelists at the pop culture event of the year to discuss their bilingual comic book series, Quince, and the importance of inclusivity and representation in the comic book medium. The panel will be moderated by Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon.
Tales From The Comic Book Crack Down
· Hosted by Captured Aural Phantasy Theater
-4:30pm Room 26AB
Always on the cutting edge in their titles like Tales from the Crypt and Weird Science,EC Comics produced the most provocative stories of horror, crime, politics, and social justice in the restrictive early 1950s-tales once again topical today. Tucked inside the horror were yarns that took on issues like prejudice and nationalism. Of course, EC got in trouble, and in 1954 publisher William Gaines was called to testify before the U.S. Senate in a hearing that ultimately caused the wide censorship of comics. An interactive discussion led by Ben Dickow, lecturer in comics history, and EC comics expert Grant Geissman will examine that fateful day in comics history. Augmenting the discussion, members of Los Angeles's Captured Aural Phantasy Theater will dramatically read from the Senate testimony and some of the controversial comics. These short excerpts preview a major theatrical production about EC Comics that Captured Aural Phantasy Theater will be bringing to audiences in the fall; they are the only performance group in the world authorized to bring EC Comics to life on stage.