Comics Experience has got FOUR great panels for people interested in working in comics. Take a look at the schedule and descriptions below. Dates, times, and room numbers all included. Don't be the late!
Thursday, July 22
5:30-6:30 -- Creating The New Mythology -- Room 30CDE
Join top comic creators Peter David (Incredible Hulk, X-Factor) and Marc Guggenheim (Wolverine, Resurrection) as they reveal the ins and outs of working within creative teams—and how those relationships lead to the creation of today’s modern myths and what it means to be working in mythology! Presented by Comics Experience’s Andy Schmidt (X-Men, Annihilation).
Friday, July 23
4:00-5:00pm -- Breaking into Comics -- Room 30CDE
A bold first step into breaking into comics starts here. Top comics creators Mike Costa (G.I. Joe: Cobra, The Authority: Jack Hawksmoor, Transformers) and Reilly Brown (Cable & Deadpool, The Incredible Hercules) discuss the ins and outs of the comic industry—specifically, what it takes to break in and how it’s done! Solid and sound advice on what it takes and how to get started! Don’t miss it! Presented by Comics Experience’s Andy Schmidt (X-Men, Annihilation, G.I. Joe).
Saturday, July 24
4:00-5:00 -- Writing for Comics -- Room 30CDE
Join top comic writers Brian Michael Bendis (New Avengers, Powers, Secret Invasion), Marc Guggenheim (Wolverine, Resurrection), and Peter David (Incredible Hulk, X-Factor) for a discussion and instructive tips on the art of writing for comics. Writers and editors speak about the process of writing and how the game is played. Want to know how stories come about and learn how to do it yourself—this is the place to start! Presented by Comics Experience’s Andy Schmidt (X-Men, Annihilation).
Saturday, July 24
5:00-6:00 -- Building your Art Portfolio -- Room 30CDE
The most useful panel you’ll ever attend as an artist. Join comics super-stars Erik Larsen (Savage Dragon, Amazing Spider-Man), CB Cebulski (Marvel Talent Scout and Manager), Scott Dunbier (Special Projects Editor for IDW Publishing), and Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Welcome to Hoxford, Choker) and let’s cut through everything else and get right to getting you work! How to prepare your portfolio: What to include, where to get good scripts to draw from, what NOT to include, a
nd how to handle a portfolio review in a professional manner (in other words, how to turn a negative into a positive!).
We're hoping you'll come out and join us for all the panels! Talk us up and have a great time--that's what San Diego ComicCon is all about. Good luck, and we hope to see you there!