Our final day

27 JULY 2014

Sunday is here and if you are anything like me, you could barely drag yourself out of bed this morning. I think we're all ready to go home.  So what is everyone doing to wind down today?

It's our first Doctor Who-less Sunday in Hall H in a while, but people still camped for Supernatural. Mischa Collins handed out coffee to people in line, which is half-adorable and half like feeding wild raccoons.

It's Kids Day, so you parents will probably have a whole list of places to take your offspring, but one panel that will be popular with everyone is "Sesame Street& Pop Culture: 45 Years of Spoofs on the 'Street'  with parodies of Comic-Con and Star Wars - moderated by Chris Hardwick.  10:15 in Room 6A.

Then we have a smattering of random panels that don't follow much of a theme. 
"The Fifth Beatle: The Beatles, The Big Screen, and Beyond" should be popular with fans of the graphic novel. 10:00 in 24ABC.

"Robert Kirkman's Skybound Comics" will draw people in. 11 in 7AB. So will "Image Comics: I Is for...Innovation" at 2:00pm - 3:00pm Room 7AB and "Fictionalized Nonfiction: The Art of Combining Fact and Fiction" will share experiences by
Gilbert Hernandez, Mimi Pond, David Lasky and others at 3:00 in 32AB.

Marvel has "Marvel: Next Big Thing" is at 12:30 in 6DE, followed by "Marvel Comics' 75th and Daredevil's 50th" at 1:45.

"Nerdist News Live" should be fun. 2:00 in 24ABC.
Quentin Tarantino will be at the very long-titled “Dynamite 10th Anniversary Panel Featuring Quentin Tarantino as He Comes to Dynamite! The Sequel to Django Unchained-Django Meets Zorro”  2:15 in 6BCF.
We have the "bullying panel" people keep talking about: "End Bullying! Responding to Cruelty in Our Culture." This is about geek bullying, LGBT bullying, cyber-bullying and such. 3:00 in 24ABC.

But if you're not in the mood for healing, you can go to "Comic-Con Talk Back" and share all of your most vivid opinions on SDCC with John Rogers, president of the Comic-Con board of directors. Go ahead, be honest, be bold, be firm. It can only help. 3:30 in 23ABC.
If you're still sticking around by 4:00, go to "Full-Time Creative Work on a Part Time Schedule" to get a one-year subscription to Adobe's Creative Cloud. 24ABC.

Writers get a last hurrah with "How to Create Your Own Novel: From First Idea to Publishing and What You Need to Sell your Work to TV and Film" at 4:00 in 7A - or they can learn "The Secrets of Writing" at 4:00 in 30CDE.

Finally we have "The Battle for Multicultural Heroes" at 4:00 in 28DE.

Also, remember that a lot of vendors mark down their stuff on Sunday. If something caught your eye earlier but its price tag scared you off, this is the time to go back and see if you can negotiate.

Enjoy your last day in nirvana, nerds.


  1. What time does everything close?

    1. Sorry I didn't see this earlier - I was flying around with my head on fire. Hope you had adequate time.