In any event, here are the panels currently scheduled for the show. Panelists are still being finalized and will be provided when available.
10:30-11:30 Comics in the Classroom-- Join our resident Edu-geek experts to discuss the hows and whys of using comics in the classroom, and get advice on how to broach the subject with administrators, select appropriate material and integrate comics into the curriculum. See real world examples of how comics are being utilized in the classrooms of America.
12:00-1:00pm Creating Webcomics--It’s easy to make a webcomic, but hard to do it well. Join us for this informative panel with both experienced and beginning webcomics creators to discuss the creation, publishing and marketing of webcomics, including why they went online and what artistic, business, and technological choices they made. Have you thought about making a webcomic? This is the panel for you.
3:00 to 4:00-- Spotlight: Meet the Simonsons, "Comics' First Family"--Please join us for a very special Q&A session with Walter and Louise Simonson on their amazing careers and hear about their current projects.
Time to be Announced: Episode Taping You know that's why you are here, don't miss it.
10:30-11:30 -- Creating Independent Comics 101--Join our illustrious panel of independent comic creators to discover exactly what it takes to make make a comic book from the initial script through to the final sale. Topics include, finding a co-creator, publishing, distribution and marketing.
Time to be Announced: Costuming--This panel describes the essentials about what it takes to create a costume. Find out what is involved in creating a costume, the various costume categories and how much time is involved in creating a costume that is screen accurate. A panel of experts will describe, display, and demonstrate tips and techniques used for their costume specialty. They will be joined by artists who will discuss how they design costumes for their characters.
Hope to see you there