As a huge fan of Batman: The Animated Series, I was at first
skeptical about a new Batman series that looked slightly cheesy. However, being
the huge Batman fan that I am, I gave The Brave and The Bold a try…and totally
loved it. Cartoon Network’s mixture of camp and cool works VERY well, and the
show is a delight to watch each episode. When I found out they were doing a
panel at Comic-Con, I jumped at the chance to attend. Here’s how it went down…
I haven’t been to Comic-Con in a couple of years, and apparently a lot of changes were made between my last con and this one. While I was indeed warned of the changes, I wasn’t fully prepared for the frustration and annoyance that made up much of my first full day of Comic-Con, and it can be mostly surmised in one word…lines. Or crowds. Or throngs. Whatever…
We were just able to attend the Dexter media panel at Comic-Con with Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Julie Benz and John Lithgow, as well as several of the executive producers. They all had some fun things to say…
Wednesday is the day when the least amount of “stuff”
happens at Comic-Con. There are no panels to speak of, and being called “Preview
Night,” one would think that this, of all nights, would be the least crowded
and the least stressful. Oh, how wrong they would be. The crowds at this year’s
Preview Night rivaled those of the busiest days of the Con just a few years
ago. But we’ll get to that in a moment.
Join the California Browncoats as they host a screening of the original 3 acts o Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog AND Commentary! The Musical at next week’s Comic-Con. Singing along encouraged! Thursday, July 23, 8pm – 10pm. Room 6A
The California Browncoats are proud to announce another Comic-Con 2009 Exclusive Item. To assist you in your evil plans, they have Dr. Horrible Goggle Masks. These glossy cardstock masks feature the artwork of fan-favorite artist Adam Levermore and are officially approved by Team Horrible (Mutant Enemy). No self-respecting Evil League of Evil applicant will want to leave Comic-Con without one.
Get out your dry cleaning and get ready for dancing crazy!
Once again, Fandom Charities, Inc. and Whedonopolis.com will be presenting an interactive screening of Joss Whedon’s musical Buffy episode, "Once More, With Feeling", as the closing event at Comic-Con in July. This event marks the 3rd year Whedonopolis has hosted this screening, in conjunction with the good people at Comic-Con International. We look forward to this being the best event yet!
We are pleased to announce that Warner Brothers (specifically, thewb.com) has agreed to sponsor this event, like they did at WonderCon earlier this year. You can look forward to some cool give-a-ways and fun surprises.
Stay tuned for more announcements about this event and others at Comic-Con 2009!
20th Century Fox just announced which shows will be featured at Comic-Con in San Diego next month. The big news is that both Bones with David Boreanaz and Dollhouse with Eliza Dushku will be featured Friday afternoon, July 24th, at Room 20.
The California Browncoats announced they will have a screening of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog as part of this year’s Comic-Con on July 23rd. It will start at 8 PM at Room 6A,
This internet sensation drew big crowds at last year’s event. This year, it will be followed by Commentary, the Musical, where the cast, and Joss, talks about the making of Dr. H while breaking out in song.
It was expected that Dollhouse would have a panel at Comic-Con next month in San Diego, but Dollverse says it will be a two-hour panel on Friday, July 24th. It will include the showing of the 13th episode, "Epitaph One", which will also be on the season one DVD. Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku are also scheduled to be there, but no word yet on the rest of the cast.