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July 5, 2005: DC Comics Panels at San Diego Comic Con

Along with the amazing list of DC Comics writers and artists set to attend Comic-Con International: San Diego 2005, DC also offers a full slate of programming. Here are DC's Superman related panels and others we thought you might be interested in:

Thursday, July 14:

10:30-11:30: DC Comics Talent Search Orientation Session: Find out what DC Comics is looking for when it comes to artists and whether you have the right stuff to draw for the DC Universe, WildStorm or VERTIGO! This extremely informative orientation session will explain how DC's Talent Search works. In order to have your work reviewed, attendance at this orientation session is mandatory - not all attendees are guaranteed a review.

3:30-4:30: DC Direct: A Cut Above - Sculptor Search: Meet DC's VP - Design & DC Direct Creative, Georg Brewer, and the DC Direct Creative team as they are joined by sculptors Tim Bruckner, Barsom and Karen Palinko to discuss the unique challenges of interpreting DC characters in 3-D. After a brief presentation and discussion portfolios will be reviewed and one talented sculptor will be awarded an assignment! Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about breaking into DC Direct, have your work reviewed and for the chance to go home with a commission!

Friday, July 15:

10:30-11:30: DC Comics Talent Search Orientation Session: See description above.

5:30-7:00: CRISIS Counseling with Dan DiDio: How do you top 1985's CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS? Orchestrate another one! Join Dan DiDio, VP - Executive Editor, DCU, as he institutes a support system for those of you still reeling from the last crisis. This forum is open to all to share thoughts and concerns on the mega-event and all that leads up to it.

Saturday, July 16:

10:30-11:30: DC Comics Talent Search Orientation Session: See description above.

1:30-3:00: DC Comics: A Whole New World: With a universe-rattling crisis looming, there's never a dull moment for the heroes of the DCU! Look into the future of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman - not to mention Green Lantern, Green Arrow, the Flash and all your other DCU favorites - in this slide show presentation moderated by Dan DiDio, VP - Editorial, DCU and Bob Wayne, VP - Sales. Joining them will be Editor Steve Wacker, Jeph Loeb (SUPERMAN/BATMAN, SUPERGIRL), Jim Lee (ALL STAR BATMAN & ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER), Greg Rucka (WONDER WOMAN, THE OMAC PROJECT), Geoff Johns (TEEN TITANS, INFINITE CRISIS), Phil Jimenez (DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY, INFINITE CRISIS), Ian Churchill (SUPERGIRL), Darwyn Cooke (DC: THE NEW FRONTIER), Marc Andreyko (MANHUNTER), Jimmy Palmiotti (HAWKMAN), Amanda Conner (JSA CLASSIFIED), Dave Gibbons (GREEN LANTERN CORPS), and Adam and Andy Kubert.

5:00-6:00: DC All Stars with Jim Lee: Two books - ALL STAR SUPERMAN and ALL STAR BATMAN AND ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER - shaped by the best talent working in comics today. They have but one mission - to blow your mind! Join Group Editor Bob Schreck and industry icon Jim Lee (ALL STAR BATMAN AND ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER) as they discuss DC's new All Star books.

6:00-7:00: Superman: A New Tomorrow: Join writers Jeph Loeb (SUPERMAN/BATMAN, SUPERGIRL), Greg Rucka (ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, WONDER WOMAN), artists Ian Churchill (SUPERGIRL), Ivan Reis (ACTION COMICS), and Group Editors Eddie Berganza and Bob Schreck to find out what's in store for the World's Greatest Super-Hero.

Check out the complete DC Panel schedule at the DC Comics website.

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