5 JULY 2013
Friday programming has been published.
Hall H is the place to be today with Veronica Mars at 11:15, Kick Ass 2 at 12:15, The Walking Dead at 1:35 and Game of Thrones at 2:50, followed by Sony and Screen Gems (Robocop, Spider-man 2) at 4:05 and then the Drive-In featuring Metallica at 6:30.
Ballroom 20 has The Big Bang Writer's Room at 10, The Legend of Korra at 11:15, Bones at 12:30, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD at 1:45, The Following at 3:15, Almost Human's pilot at 4, TV Guide Fan Favorites* (see below) at 5:15, Dark Horse: Joss Whedon at 6:15, and World Premier of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox at 7:30 and then again at 9:30.
It's animation day in Indigo Ballroom. Cartoon Network: Regular Show kicks it off at 10, followed by Adventure Time at 11, and then Adult Swim: Venture Bros at 12:15, Children's Hospital at 1, NTSF:SD:SUV at 1:45, Eric Andre Show at 2:30, Robot Chicken at 3:15, Bob's Burgers at 4 and finally Archer at 5 and the Eisners that night.
There are two more Steampunk panels at 10 in 25ABC and in 29A at 5.
Numerous Star Wars panels are sprinkled through the day and so are lots of artist career advice panels.
Spotlight panels are on: Tony Isabelle, Jose Delbo, Ellen Forney, Duane Swierczynski, Christopher Shy, Bruce Timm, Jeromy Cox, Jeffrey Brown, Nick Spencer and Todd Lockwood.
The annual Black Panel is at 10 in 5B with Wayne Brady, Orlando Jones, Tony Rich, David Walker, and Tatiana El-Khouri.
Demi-god Stan Lee has a World of Heroes panel in 6BCF at 10:15.
Defiance and Helix are in 6A at 10:30 and 11:45.
*TV Guide Fan favorites has Candice Accola from The Vampire Diaries, Kristin Bauer from True Blood, Katie Cassidy from Arow, Henry Ian Cusick from The 100, Danai Gurira from The Walking Dead and others.
Oni Press creators talk comics in 32AB at 11.
Nikita's last panel at Comic Con is at 11:30 in 6BCF.
CBLDF has another panel, this one on raising children to be readers, at noon in 30CDE, then concludes their Comics on Trial panel at 1.
YA fans will want to be in 25ABC at noon to see Hope Larson, Gris Grimly, Faith Erin Hicks, Paul Pope and Vera Brosgol talk about What's New in YA Graphic Novels.
Grimm Fairy Tales Animated - not the current Grimm show - will be in room 4 at noon.
Aspen Comics celebrates its 10th anniversary with a host of talent in room 9 at noon.
If you didn't see the pilot of The 100 on Preview Night, it screens again at 12:45 in 6BCF.
Phineas and Ferb are at 1 in 6A.
Neal Adams (of Batman and X-Men fame) and Holocaust historian Dr. Rafael Medoff are screening an episode of They Spoke Out: American Voices Against the Holocaust in room 4 at 1.
Do you love the gore, the cheesiness, the low production values of B movies? Then you will want to be in room 24ABC at 1:30 for Attack of the Killer B's. Leonard Maltin is going to add his prestigious presence to the panel to make us feel better about our low-brow tastes.
If you didn't get to see Gillian Anderson on Thursday, you'll get another shot in the X-Files Comic Book Panel from 1:45-2:45. No, the description doesn't say she'll be there - but she will. Oh, and Chris Carter too.
Kevin Keller, the first openly gay character in the Archie universe, has a panel devoted just to him at 2 in 28DE.
There's a tribute panel to Kim Thompson of Fantagraphics in 25ABC at 2.
Live demo of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, with Darby McDevitt, Brenden Fletcher, and Todd McFarlane in 6BCF at 2.
Do you think your secretly-penned torrid fan fiction is better than most new releases? Then you should go to Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World at 2 in 29A.
Haven has a panel in 6DE at 3. For some reason, I thought this went off the air.
Another tribute panel, this one to Carmen Infaninto, at 3 in room 4.
Snoopy gets a retrospective at 3 in 28DE.
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada offers himself up for ruthless interrogation at 3:15 in 6BCF.
Aspiring novelists: you get two chances today to rub elbows with agents, first in From Idea to Buzz: The Team Behind a Literary Blockbuster at 2 in 23ABC and then again in Ask An Agent! at 3:30 in room 8.
Do you miss Buffy? Explore the meaning of Seasons 8 and 9 in room 26AB at 3:30.
Sleepy Hollow's pilot is shown at 3:30 in 6A.
Discuss the future of Star Trek with a panel of Treksperts at 3:30 in 24ABC.
Werewolf lovers will want to be in 5AB at 3:45 for a sneak peek at the upcoming werewolf action thriller Wolves.
You can congratulate Terry Moore on 20 years of Strangers in Paradise in 23ABC at 4.
If you always wanted to get into cosplay, but didn't know how, Cosplay 101 is in 29A at 4.
IDW's major panel is at 4 in room 4.