For Superman fans, the following panels and events may be of interest to those lucky enough to be attending…
THURSDAY, JULY 19
10.00am – DC Collectibles
Limited-edition statues, action figures, prop replicas, busts, vinyl… DC Collectibles has them all-and more. The DC Collectibles crew, including executive creative director Jim Fletcher and Academy Award-winning special makeup effects artist Rick Baker and several special guests discuss how they come up with so many great ideas, and what’s coming up from the maker of awesome collectibles!
11.30am – DC Meet the Publishers
Dan DiDio and Jim Lee are the forces behind DC Publishing, including DC Vertigo, MAD, DC Black Label, DC New Age of Heroes, and much more. This up-close-and-personal panel gives you unique access to the leaders of your favorite comic book line!
2.00pm – DC: Geoff Johns
The superstar DC writer returns to San Diego for an all-access and in-depth discussion with DC publisher Dan DiDio. Be here for this exclusive panel that will give you insight into how the world of DC is entertaining fans across all platforms.
4.30pm – Supergirl 1984: The Warner Archive Collection Blu-ray!
A generation before Kara Zor-El conquered the airwaves, a soon-to-be-legendary actress made her motion picture debut as the “Maid of Might” in a big-screen follow-up to Superman: The Movie. As a fan-favorite phantasmagoria, Supergirl arrives in heroic high definition at last from your friends at the Warner Archive Collection (WAC). The original Supergirl, Helen Slater (The Secret of My Success), alongside her Jimmy Olsen, Marc McClure (Superman, Back to the Future), and WAC podcasters George Feltenstein, Matt Patterson, and D. W. Ferranti shine the super spotlight at this caped wonder and reveal what’s in store on the new Supergirl Blu-ray release. Moderator Gary Miereanu will have goodies for some lucky fans.
8.00pm – Fictional Languages in Comics, TV, and Film
Jessica Tseang (Girl on Geek, comic book historian) picks the brains of linguistic professors, actors, comic book legends, and film critics on the fascination with learning Kryptonian, Gallifreyan, Elvish, Dothraki, and Klingon. Explore with other fans the development in creating these languages and how they have become a part of pop culture and everyday life.
The 2018 San Diego Comic-Con runs July 19-22 at the San Diego Convention Center.