CC 2007: A glance at the schedule.   

The full San Diego Comic Con program schedule for 2007 has finally been posted. So much to see and do!!

In the ideal world this would be my Comic Con schedule, with my favorites and priorities highlighted in yellow:

Thursday, July 26

11:30-12:30 Writing with Mark Verheiden—Comic-Con special guest Mark Verheiden, co-executive producer of Battlestar Galactica and writer of the upcoming live-action Teen Titans movie, offers advice to aspiring writers in a lively Q&A session. Want to write for television? Features? Comic books? Bring your best nuts-and-bolts questions! Room 4

2:15-3:15 BBC America: Torchwood—Writer Russell T. Davies (Doctor Who) has created a spectacular spin-off TV series from Doctor Who with Torchwood, about a rogue team of investigators who use scavenged alien technology to solve present-day crime—both alien and human. Catch an extended clip of the new series and a panel discussion with actors John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness,; Eve Myles (Gwen Cooper), series writer Chris Chibnall, and executive producer Julie Gardner. TV Guide’s West Coast Bureau Chief Craig Tomashoff moderates. Room 6A

3:45-5:15 Lionsgate—Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Lionsgate’s biggest upcoming releases. First up, Jessica Alba (Fantastic Four), Dane Cook (Employee of the Month), Dan Fogler (Balls of Fury), and director Mark Helfrich take you behind the scenes of Good Luck Chuck. Then Jessica is joined by directors David Moreau and Xavier Palud (Them) for a haunting glimpse into The Eye. Horror master Clive Barker and the cast of Midnight Meat Train take you on a terror trip through hell. Finally, director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, Saw III), Tobin Bell (Saw I, II and III) and the filmmakers of Saw IV invite you to play a game in the cruel and deadly world of Jigsaw. Hall H

5:00-6:00 Cartoon Network Sneak Peek—Your first chance to catch a behind-the-scenes look at Cartoon Network’s newest project. Believe me, it’s going to me MASSIVE. Room 3

5:00-6:30 Lost Season 4—If the Lost finale was any indication of things to come, you will not want to miss this panel! Co-creator/executive producer Damon Lindelof and executive producer Carlton Cuse will discuss the exciting new season of ABC’s Lost, all leading up to the ultimate series finale. They’ll spotlight bonus features from the 3rd season DVD box set, preview the new Lost video game, take questions from the audience, and perhaps serve up more surprises. Ballroom 20

6:00-7:00 Fanboys—Fanboys is an uproarious comedy that follows a group of young friends on a cross-country quest to break into Skywalker Ranch and see Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace before it is released. Fanboys is a Weinstein Company presentation being released in theaters by MGM on January 18, 2008. Stars Dan Fogler (Balls of Fury), Sam Huntington (Superman Returns), Chris Marquette (Joan of Arcadia), and Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) join writer/director Kyle Newman and producers Matt Perniciaro and Dana Brunetti for a Q&A session. Room 6CDEF

7:15-8:45 The Pixar Story: To Infinity and Beyond—A look at Pixar, the amazing studio that revolutionized animation in a new film by Oscar nominated documentary director Leslie Iwerks (Recycled Life). The granddaughter of animation pioneer Ub Iwerks, Leslie continues the family tradition and legacy. Room 6CDEF

Friday, July 27

10:30-11:30 The Art of Adapting Comics to the Screen—As the cinematic renaissance of comic book–based films continues, here’s your chance to learn what it takes to adapt these dream projects to the screen. Moderator Jeff Goldsmith (senior editor, Creative Screenwriting magazine) hosts a panel featuring Stan Lee (Fantastic Four), Don Payne (co-writer, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer), Mark Fergus (co-writer, Iron Man), Kevin Feige (president of production, Marvel Studios), and Mark Verheiden (Teen Titans). Room 6A

11:00-12:00 Reaper: Exclusive Pilot Screening—Be among the first to see this special version of the Reaper pilot directed by Kevin Smith, introduced by Missy Peregrym (Heroes). For the first 20 years of his life, Sam (Bret Harrison, Grounded For Life, The Loop) has wondered why his parents went so easy on his slacker ways—until the day Sam turns 21 and discovers the ungodly reason his parents let him slide: They sold his soul to the devil before he was even born. Satan himself (Ray Wise, 24) drops by to personally explain that Sam must now serve as his bounty hunter, tracking down evil souls that have escaped and returning them to Hell. Bolstered by his love for co-worker Andi (Missy Peregrym) and with the goofball help of his friends and fellow slackers, Bert “Sock” Wysocki (Tyler Labine, Boston Legal, Invasion) and Ben (Rick Gonzalez, Coach Carter), Sam faces his destiny as the Reaper. Ballroom 20

11:45-12:45 Fallen: Q&A with the Actors and Author—Based on the hit books by Tom Sniegoski, Fallen chronicles the phenomenal journey of Aaron Corbett, a Nephilim (half angel/half human) who struggles to come to terms with his newly discovered identity as The Redeemer. As a result, he is drawn into a world where angels—good and evil—walk among us. On hand will be actors Paul Wesley (Everwood), Rick Worthy (Battlestar Galactica), Fernanda Andrade (CSI: Miami) and author Tom Sniegoski (Outkast). Fallen returns to ABC Family for a trilogy weekend, with an encore two-hour presentation of part one on Friday, August 3 (8:00 PM ET/PT), with the all-new parts two and three airing on consecutive nights Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5. Room 6A

1:00-2:00 Joel Silver: Return To House on Haunted Hill and Moonlight—Acclaimed producer Joel Silver (The Matrix Trilogy, V For Vendetta, and the upcoming The Invasion and Speed Racer) and Spanish director Victor Garcia (El Ciclo, 30 Days of Night Internet prequel series) take you back to the infamous Hill House with Return to House on Haunted Hill, out on DVD October 16. For this highly anticipated thrill ride—the sequel to the 1999 number-one box office hit House on Haunted Hill—Silver and Garcia assembled a team of Academy Award–winning special effects wizards to bring the terrifying frights and sounds of the Hill House back to shocking life. Catch a world premiere sneak peek into the new horrors that await you within the House and preview the never before seen “Navigational Cinema” technology that will be featured on the Blu-ray and HD DVD version of the release, allowing you, the viewer, to control the nightmare. The panel also includes the stars of the film: Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Amanda Righetti (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), and Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever).

Moonlight is a new series from Joel Silver and the producers of Angel and Beauty and the Beast. It stars Alex O’Loughlin (The Shield) as Mick St. John, a Los Angeles private eye with a dark secret: he’s a vampire. Using supernatural abilities to walk in the worlds of both light and shadow, Mick tries to atone for the wrongs of his past while contending with both his adversaries and growing conflict within. The series also stars Jason Dohring (Veronica Mars), Sophia Myles (Underworld: Evolution), and Shannyn Sossamon (A Knight’s Tale). Produced by Silver Pictures Television in association with Warner Bros. Television, Moonlight airs Fridays at 9 PM ET/PT this fall on CBS. Room 6A

1:30-2:30 24—For the first time ever, the producers of the worldwide Fox phenomenon 24 come to Comic-Con for a discussion and Q&A about the hit series that rewrote the rules of television storytelling. Will Jack Bauer survive another harrowing day? Only executive producers Evan Katz, Manny Coto, and David Fury know for sure, and with any luck they’ll divulge that and a lot more about how they intend to reinvent the Emmy Award–winning drama in its upcoming seventh season. Room 6B

2:30-3:30 Dark Horse Comics—Be on hand for a special retrospective on Dark Horse Presents, the anthology series that started it all. Publisher Mike Richardson and editor Randy Stradley, along with a cast of creators, invite you to join them for a special trip down memory lane of who, what, when, where, and why. If that’s not reason enough, make sure to stop by for an announcement so big, it will literally shake the foundations of the San Diego Convention Center! Room 1AB

2:45-4:00 Chuck Screening and Q&A—Coming this fall to NBC and one of the most talked-about new series of the upcoming television season, Chuck is a comedic spy thriller that follows a regular help-desk worker who must save the world after downloading the CIA’s database into his brain. Talk to executive producers Josh Schwartz (The O.C.) and McG (Supernatural), co-executive producer Chris Fedak, and cast members after a premiere screening of the pilot. Coming this fall to NBC, Chuck is produced by College Hill Pictures, Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros. Television. Room 6B

4:45-5:45 Eureka—A small town with even bigger big secrets this season, Eureka is a community of geniuses assembled by the government to conduct top-secret research. What they’ve unwittingly created is a place where anything imaginable can happen . . . and does. Eureka started off with a bang and remained a must-see dramedy on SCI FI. The season 1 series premiere holds the distinction of being the highest-rated series telecast in SCI FI Channel history. See what all the buzz is about and get a sneak peak at the season ahead! Panelists include Colin Ferguson (Jack Carter), Salli Richardson (Allison Blake), Ed Quinn (Nathan Stark), Joe Morton (Henry Deacon), Jaime Paglia (co-creator and executive producer), and Tony Optican (VP, original programming, SCI FI). Room 6CDEF

5:30-6:30 Top Cow—Marc Silvestri (Civil War: The Initiative), Seth Green (RobotChicken), Hugh Sterbakov (Freshmen), Ron Marz (Witchblade), Stjepan Sejic (First Born), Matt Hawkins (president of Top Cow), Rob Levin (VP of editorial) and some special guests join moderator Filip Sablik (VP of marketing and sales) to discuss Top Cow’s publishing plans for the rest of 2007 and explain why 2008 will be “The Year of The Cow!” Find out what “Pilot Season” is all about and what Top Cow has in store for the coming year! Plus every attendee will receive a free exclusive mini-lithograph. Room 1AB

6:15-7:45 Kevin Smith—He’s back, and this time not even traffic can stop him! Comic-Con favorite Kevin Smith holds court in another of his no-holds-barred Q&A sessions, talking about just anything he damn well pleases. Hall H

8:15-10:15 SCI FI Friday Night: Eureka and Superhero Screenings—Don’t get SCI FI in your hotel room? Come to a commercial-free screening of Eureka and Who Wants to Be a Superhero! Come dressed as your favorite superhero! Colin Ferguson, star of Eureka, will open up the evening’s festivities. Catch up on Thursday’s premiere of Superhero and watch an all-new episode of Eureka before it airs on SCI FI. The first 1,000 attendees will receive Feedback’s Dark Horse comic book! Room 6B

Saturday, July 28

9:15-10:15 Special Early Screening: Pushing Daisies—Get to Comic-Con early to see this exclusive screening of one of the fall’s most eagerly anticipated new shows! The stars and creators, including executive producer/creator Bryan Fuller (Heroes), of this new series—about an ordinary guy who can bring people back from the dead with the touch of his finger—come together to screen the Pushing Daisies pilot and answer fan questions. Produced by The Jinks/Cohen Company in association with Warner Bros. Television, Pushing Daisies will air Wednesdays at 8 PM ET/PT this fall on ABC. Room 6CDEF

10:00-11:15 Bionic Woman: Exclusive Pilot Screening and Q&A—Be one of the first to see this special version of the Bionic Woman pilot and participate in a Q&A panel session with series star and newcomer Michelle Ryan (EastEnders); executive producers David Eick (Battlestar Galactica), Glen Morgan (The X-Files), and Jason Smilovic (Lucky Number Slevin); co-stars Miguel Ferrer (Crossing Jordan) and Will Yun Lee (Witchblade); as well as a special guest appearance by Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica), who portrays Sarah Corvis, and more. When a devastating car accident leaves Jaime Sommers (Michelle Ryan) at death’s door, her only hope for survival is a cutting-edge, top-secret technology that comes at a hefty price. With a whole new existence and a debt to repay, Jaime must figure out how to use her extraordinary abilities for good, while weighing the personal sacrifices she will have to make. It’s Jaime’s journey of self-discovery and inner strength that will help her embrace her new life as the Bionic Woman. Ballroom 20

10:30-11:30 Into the Fire Nation: Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender, Season 3 Sneak Peek—Get a first look at what’s to come in the third season, including clips from new episodes; a visual tour of the Fire Nation from show creator Bryan Konietzko and director Joaquim Dos Santos (Justice League); insider information from the show’s head writer Aaron Ehasz (Futurama); and a voice-over demonstration from Dee Baker (The Fairly OddParents), who voices Appa and Momo. Don’t forget to come in your Avatar costume—there will be a very special prize for the best one! Moderated by Eric Coleman, VP/executive producer, animation production and development. Room 6A

11:30-12:30 TV Guide Hot List—The hippest and hottest names in supernatural/ fantasy/sci-fi television, as featured in TV Guide’s current collector’s issue, will offer sneak peeks at what’s coming up on their shows as well as a look at the genre’s future on the small screen. Panelists include (in alphabetical order) Ira S. Behr (The 4400), Billy Campbell (The 4400), Matt Dallas (Kyle XY), Tim Kring (Heroes), Masi Oka (Heroes), Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman), and Skeet Ulrich (Jericho), among others to be announced. TV Guide’s West Coast Bureau Chief Craig Tomashoff moderates. Ballroom 20

12:45-2:00 Heroes: Exclusive Volume II Clip and Q&A—Heroes chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. Be the first to see an exclusive clip from Volume II and learn more about the DVD Heroes 360 and more. Participate in a Q&A session moderated by co-executive producer/comic book writer Jeph Loeb, with creator Tim Kring, comic book artist Tim Sale (Batman: The Long Halloween), and the entire cast—Jack Coleman (H.R.G.), Noah Gray-Cabey (Micah Sanders), Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman), Ali Larter (Niki Sanders), James Kyson Lee (Ando), Masi Oka (Hiro Nakamura), Hayden Panettiere (Claire Bennet), Adrian Pasdar (Nathan Petrelli), Zachary Quinto (Sylar), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Mohinder Suresh), Dania Ramirez (Maya), Milo Ventimiglia (Peter Petrelli), and more. Ballroom 20

1:30-2:30 Podcasting 101—Podcasting is becoming the premier way to share your thoughts with the world. Join podcasters Joe Gonzalez (Comic News Insider), Conor Kilpatrick (, Ron Richards (, and Jon Towry (Comic Talk Cafe) as they discuss starting a podcast from the ground up, with topics ranging from “What kind of podcast should I start?” to “How do I build an audience?” There will be a live podcast demo and an audience Q&A as well. Room 30CDE

2:15-3:15 Battlestar Galactica—Michelle Tauber of People Magazine calls it “an instantly addictive, girl-powered show that packs emotional punch, rip-roaring adventure and surprisingly sexy heat.” Come see what all the buzz is about as SCI FI celebrates the ladies of Battlestar Galactica. Panelists include Mary McDonnell (Laura Roslin), Katee Sackhoff (Kara “Starbuck” Thrace), Tricia Helfer (Number Six), Ronald D. Moore (executive producer), David Eick (executive producer), and Erik Storey (VP, original programming, SCI FI). Moderated by Mark Bernardin of Entertainment Weekly magazine. Ballroom 20

2:45-3:45 Supernatural Screening and Q&A—Supernatural stars Jared Padalecki (House of Wax) and Jensen Ackles (Smallville)—along with executive producer Eric Kripke (Boogeyman), co-executive producer Ben Edlund (Angel), and co-executive producer Peter Johnson (DC Comics’ Supernatural: Origins comic book series)—answer questions from the audience, present a reel of highlights from Supernatural, and discuss the upcoming third season of this thrill-ride series with moderator Craig Tomashoff, West Coast Bureau Chief of TV Guide. Produced by Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros. Television, Supernatural airs Thursdays at 9 PM ET/PT on The CW. Room 6CDEF

4:45-5:45 Dark Horse Presents: Joss Whedon—With the hugely successful release of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 for Dark Horse Comics, Joss Whedon (Fray, Astonishing X-Men) talks about picking up where the TV series left off, his other projects, future plans, and possibly even a few surprises. A sneak peek from the upcoming Serenity—Collector’s Edition DVD will be shown. Ballroom 20

5:15-6:30 The Sarah Connor Chronicles Screening and Q&A—Catch the first-ever fan screening of The Sarah Connor Chronicles, the television incarnation of the Terminator franchise, followed by a Q&A with stars Lena Headey (300), Thomas Dekker (Heroes), Summer Glau (Firefly), and Richard T. Jones (Event Horizon), along with executive producers Josh Friedman (War of the Worlds), David Nutter (The X-Files), and James Middleton (of C-2 Pictures, producers of the Terminator trilogy). Produced by C-2 Pictures in association with Warner Bros. Television, The Sarah Connor Chronicles will air Sundays at 9 PM ET/PT on FOX, starting midseason. Room 6CDEF

6:00-7:00 Spotlight on Mark Verheiden—The popular writer of movies (The Mask, Timecop), television (Smallville, Battlestar Galactica), and comics (Superman Batman, The American) comes to Comic-Con as a special guest. Mark Verheiden talks to writer and friend Jeff Gelb about his career storytelling on the big screen, the small screen, and the printed page. Room 2

6:00-7:00 The Pitching Hour —Jermaine Turner (director, original series, Disney/ABC Cable Networks Group), Jill Stewart (manager, original series, Disney Channel Animation), Dan Evans (network exec, Digimon), Jeremy Love (VP, Gettosake Entertainment), Laurenn McCubbin (producer, Showtime’s Rent Girl), and Jonas Agin (senior VP, Tom Lynch Company) will take an idea from conception through production. This process will include creating a pitch document, obtaining agents, and getting a pitch meeting. The panelists will explain, through hypothetical example and humorous stories, the process that new creator should adapt to make their way into the Hollywood creative battleground. Knowing that each project is unique, there will be a Q&A to allow the audience to really hone in on the solutions to obstacles they may encounter. Also on hand will be IP lawyer Brendan McFeely to give creators insight on protecting their ideas as they navigate Hollywood! Room 5AB

9:00-11:30 Buffy the Vampire Slayer 10th Anniversary Screening—Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a screening of two Buffy episodes, including the musical episode, “Once More with Feeling,” presented by There will be free keepsakes for attendees and a few other surprises! Stop by for some music, singing and “dancin’ crazy.” Room 5AB

9:00-11:00 Spotlight on Warren Ellis—Warren Ellis (Authority, Black Summer) is not only one of the most critically acclaimed writers of comic books but also one of the most outspoken. Don’t miss this chance to see him talk about everything from modern technology to how he crafts a tale, and get special sneak peaks of his new Avatar titles Doktor Sleepless, Black Summer, and some amazing surprise project announcements! Room 6CDEF

Sunday, July 29

10:45-11:45 TV Guide: Super(Natural) Women—When it comes to supernatural, fantasy, and sci-fi shows these days, more women than ever are kicking ass and saving souls. Some of prime time’s most fantastic females will tell all about how they’ve been able to make it in what has traditionally been a (super) man’s world. Panelists include (in alphabetical order) Jenni Baird (The 4400), Allison DuBois (real life inspiration for Medium), Lisa Klink (Painkiller Jane), Lucy Lawless (Battlestar Galactica, Xena Warrior Princess), Marti Noxon (Private Practice, Buffy The Vampire Slayer); and several others. TV Guide’s West Coast Bureau Chief Craig Tomashoff moderates. Room 6CDEF

11:00-11:30 Trailer Park—It’s a Comic-Con tradition! The very best in movie trailers, currently in—and some soon to be arriving at—your friendly neighborhood cinema. Ballroom 20

12:00-1:00 The 4400—Get a sneak peek of upcoming scenes from The 4400, CBS Paramount Network Television’s hit sci-fi series for USA Network, during a panel discussion led by TV Guide West Coast editor Craig Tomashoff, with series stars Billy Campbell (Jordan Collier), Chad Faust (Kyle Baldwin), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Isabelle Tyler), and Jenni Baird (Megan Doyle), executive producer Ira Steven Behr (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), and supervising producer Craig Sweeny (Medium). In season four of The 4400, widespread distribution of the drug promicin has created a dangerous new world, a world in which special abilities are no longer the exclusive province of the 4400. Fifty percent of those who take the shot pay the price with their lives, while those who survive are now ostracized by a government determined to rid the world of promicin forever. Room 6CDEF

12:45-1:45 Pathology—From the creators of Crank, join Pathology writer/producers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor as they moderate a killer panel that includes film director Marc Schoelermann and participating cast members Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Michael Weston, Alyssa Milano, and Lauren Lee Smith (scheduled to attend). Neveldine and Taylor will introduce first-look footage from the film exclusively for Comic-Con participants. Panel attendees have a chance to win a meet-n-greet with the Pathology panelists and an iPhone immediately following. Pathology is in theaters in November. Ballroom 20

1:15-2:15 Jericho—The CBS drama about how residents of a small, peaceful, Kansas town band together to survive in the wake of a nuclear explosion, will return to the network. Be the first to see never before seen footage from the second season, exclusive clips and outtakes from Season 1 and extras from the DVD out in October, followed by a panel discussion with series stars Skeet Ulrich (Scream), Lennie James (Sahara), Ashley Scott (Dark Angel), executive producer Carol Barbee (Judging Amy), co-executive producers Karim Zreik and Dan Shotz, and producer Jon Steinberg. Room 6CDEF

2:30-3:30 SCI FI: Flash Gordon—Placing a 21st-century spin on a science fiction classic, SCI FI’s contemporized version of Flash Gordon follows the all-new adventures of Flash (Eric Johnson) and his companions, Dale Arden and Dr. Hans Zarkov. Ordinary people thrust into extraordinary circumstances, they find themselves as Earth’s last line of defense against the forces of the merciless dictator Ming. Panelists include Eric Johnson (Flash), Gina Holden (Dale), Peter Hume (executive producer), and Mark Stern (executive VP, original programming, SCI FI). Room 6CDEF

2:30-4:30 Browncoats Fan Group Meeting—Browncoats are fans of Joss Whedon’s Firefly and Serenity. Fans new and old are welcome to join the California Browncoats as they announce they prize drawing winners! Tickets for the drawing are available at tables, A7 and A8. After the winners are announced, stay to hear from some of the movers and shakers in the ‘Verse as they tell you about upcoming events and products you’ll really love. Be there for a special announcement about another joint campaign between the California Browncoats and Adam Baldwin. And last but not least, come to hang out with all the great Browncoats at the Con! Room 24A

Of course, my plane doesn’t even land in LA until the very end of the first panel I want to attend so you can see how I’m not exactly gonna make it to everything I want. Since I knew that going in, I’m cool with it. Except I’m a little bummed about a couple of overlaps on Saturday, mainly the Pushing Daisies/Bionic Woman/Avatar and the Joss/Sarah Connor Chronicles overlaps. How am I supposed to choose between Joss and Summer? (This is a rhetorical as y’all know there’s no real question about who I’ll be choosing.)

Again, this is just a dream schedule… because there’s no way in hell I’m going to do even half of that. I’d be burned out by Saturday morning if I tried. Because that doesn’t even factor in any time exploring the exhibit floor, extra special things I might get to do, spending time with Jo, chatting with other TV bloggers, a little Veronica Mars location tour of SD, etc., etc.

24 Responses to “CC 2007: A glance at the schedule.”

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    shaibitch says:

    Damn thye full schedule is up? Score!

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    hanncoll says:

    Wow, ‘full schedule’ is a pretty apt description. Everyone in the Western world is apparently going to be there. *is not at all jealous, oh no!*

    And I hadn’t heard about “Fanboys” before, but it sounds like it could be awesome. :)

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    spectralbovine says:

    Dude, you already saw Pushing Daisies! You have to go to the Avatar panel, since I can’t! Dammit! Look at all the cool panels! Curse my half-marathon falling on that exact weekend! I mean, theoretically, I could still go since, like, the last panel I’d REALLY want to see is on Saturday afternoon, and the thing is Sunday. But it’s probably not a good idea to get all tuckered out the days before the run. And Comic-Con tuckers you out. LE SIGH.

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    afrocurl says:

    *tear* I can’t get to the Joel Silver panel because there’s no way I can get to SD from my house in less than one hour.

    You’ll have to go and really enjoy that and tell me if JD is there and hopefully I can find him later.

    Full schedule, and stuff that I’m planning on being at too. I have a feeling that someone needs to leave the Heroes panel early to get a good spot for SPN, but that might just be me.

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    raelee says:

    Actually, it’s Bionic Woman that causes the problem with Avatar. I can see PD that morning and still have time to see the Avatar panel. It’s BW that overlaps with the end of PD and beginning of BW… and it’s in a different room, on a different floor. Grrrr!

    Still, I REALLY REALLY want to see S3 clips… and maybe get a definitive answer on when it’s going to start.

    Tuckering yourself out before your run is not good and, yeah, CC is definitely a tucker you out event.

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    raelee says:

    Aww, bummer!! :(

    Still, JD isn’t listed as attending and the Joel Silver thing is a combo of two subjects so I dunno if he’ll even be added to the panel. I’m wondering if they’ll have any clips from the recasting shot and ready to show by that time.

    See, I think there’s enough time between Heroes and SPN for me… but maybe not since J2 will be there. You might have to be in that room hella early to get bird’s eye view of the boys.

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    raelee says:

    Haha. Well, if the crowd last year is any kind of determining factor then, yes, everyone will be there. Sadly, that actually makes it even harder to do things on the schedule. So don’t be too jealous.

    You hadn’t heard about Fanboys? I guess I’m just immersed in VM fandom so I’ve been hearing about it for what seems like forever. It’s been pushed back a few times, even, so I feel like it’s been around for so long that it’s almost new news again. ;) All the clips I’ve seen from it are very funny. If only they’d get around to releasing it.

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    raelee says:

    Yep! And I see you’ve already posted what you’d like to see… I need to go read.

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    eolivet says:

    Heh, “Torchwood” made it to Comic Con…wow. That’s the most significant indication I’ve seen that the new “Doctor Who” has made an impact in the world of U.S. sci-fi. Cool. :)

    I’m very amused that “24″ is there, as well — I think they need to assure viewers they don’t suck as much as S6 indicated. ;p

    I want to know what you thought of “Pushing Daisieeeeeees”!!! :D

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    afrocurl says:

    Yeah, I should be to SD by 230 or 3 on Friday.

    You’re right about the panel, but it would have been great to hear the info on the show at all, and I’d hope for the clips, too.

    There’s time between the panels, but to get that really good seat, I might still be leaving early (or well, I’ll let people go to the Heroes panel and stake out the good season for SPN.)

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    shaibitch says:

    Yeah I had to go sneak a peak! Anxiety is kicking in…lol Thank god we are flying in on Monday and should be settled by Thursday.

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    shaibitch says:

    I’m tempted to go sit in on it if I can and wear a HEX shirt…lol Never got the whole Doctor Who thing but it might be good to see.

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    shaibitch says:

    See that’s the part that’s worrying me is that like what 3 hour block where it’s just going to be wall to wall people…lol

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    afrocurl says:

    Well, last year I just hung out in the one room for the panel I wanted to go to was and moved closer each time. I have to think that it might be wise to do that again this year, even if I sit through some boring panels just for the one I want. It worked well last year, but there’s more I want to go to this year.

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    klia says:

    Holy crap, that’s going to be one fantastic weekend! Dang, I wish I could go.

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    shaibitch says:

    THat’s what I’m thinking! I’ve never been so this should be interesting…lol

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    afrocurl says:

    It worked last year, and it should work again, even with the time to get from panel to panel in place.

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    raelee says:

    It is a lot of fun… if tiring and all-consuming.

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    raelee says:

    Heh. I LOVED IT!!! I promise to say more soon. I really meant to get that post up today but the hours seem to be flying by… I also really liked Carpoolers which means I agree with your assessment of it and have to change my original opinion.

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    eolivet says:

    Ohhh, your icon…LOVE!!! :D

    I’m so glad you liked “Carpoolers,” too — something about it was just genuinely funny, and there are so few of those comedies lately. The funny usually comes in the form of snark or cleverness or nastiness, not good, old-fashioned belly laughs. ;)

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    roniabirk says:

    We are going to make our goal by July 14th (whoo!), so if we were to pass you an electronic form of the letter to be printed, could you print it and what kind of heads-up time would you need? Also? THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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    raelee says:

    That’s AWESOME! Yes, I can print and… hmm, it’d be best if I could have it before 5PM on the 24th. That way I can get it printed on a nice printer rather than my cheap one at home.

    I still don’t have word on whether I’ll definitely be doing anything extra with them but, even if I’m not, I can make sure it gets to them… either by working with my contacts or just walking up after the panel and handing it over.

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    raelee says:

    That’s how you know I really love it… if I immediately need an icon (or, as in this case, I see a scene in the show and immediately know I *have* to have it as an icon).

    I posted about it and am linking you in case you don’t backtrack this far in the morning. :)

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    prime_meridian says:

    Ahh! So many great things to choose from. Avatar! BSG! Numfar! You’re going to take pity on we poor saps stuck in other parts of the lower 48 and post updates after right? :)