1 JULY 2012
Yes, we really are just days from the Con. And Sunday programming is up.
Hall H kicks off with Fringe at 10:00, followed by Supernatural at 11:15, followed by Doctor Who at 12:30. The Cleveland show is at 1:45 and the Sons of Anarchy is at 2:45.
The Indigo Ballroom has a 20th anniversary of Buffy (TV show) at 2:15.
Spotlight panels are on Jason Shiga, Angelos Torres, Peter Hamilton, Alison Bechdel and Tom Yeates.
There's the usual Sunday devotional and panel on Christian comics at 10:00 in 32AB.
Emily the Strange has a panel at 10:00 in Room 23ABC.
Darwyn Cooke talks Parker at 12:30 in Room 8.
Alison Bechdel has a panel at 1:30 in 23ABC.
World War Z the movie isn't making an appearance this year, but Max Brooks is at 2:00 in room 7AB.
There's a Harry Potter Fandom panel at 4:00 in 6DE.
Jim Lee teaches everyone how to draw at 2:30 in room 2.
As always, Sunday has a lot for kids, including the Children's Film Festival from 10:00 - 5:00 in Room 9. There's a Kids Read! panel at 11:00 in 11AB, followed by Kids Draw! and plenty of other kid-oriented stuff. Also worth noting: Sundays (particularly afternoons) aren't as crowded on the Exhibit Hall floor, making it a good day for smaller people to not be trampled.
The Independent Film Festival awards are at 11:00 in the Marriott Hall 2.
Buffy the Musical is at 3:30 in 6BCF.
There are quite a few how-to panels, from breaking into the voice industry to novel publishing to manga. I've noticed that while Thursday continues to dominate for aspiring industry players, the panels are sprinkled quite liberally throughout all four days.
And that's about it.... A generally quiet day, save for the thunder of Hall H. Thus ends Comic Con 2012.