Paul Tobin and I will be special guests at Comic-Con International later this month! As the convention site updates the programming schedule, I’ll be posting our scheduled appearances and signings here! Paul, in particular has a lot of stuff on his plate through the show, so stay tuned.
Preview night! No scheduled appearances for us!
10:00 am – 11:00 am, Room 6A (PAUL):Â
A franchise spanning literature, comics, film & television, board games, and widely popular video games, The Witcher has touched millions with its engaging characters and exciting adventures. A diverse panel of experts discuss the many aspects of this renowned universe. Be the first to see new Dark Horse publications, see the first-ever live consumer demo of the upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt video game, and get a chance to meet the team behind Wild Hunt. Panelists include actors Doug Cockle (Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher franchise), Dark Horse Comics author Paul Tobin (The Witcher House of Glass), Nick McWhorter, CD PROJEKT RED’s game developers Damien Monnier and Lukasz Wnek (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt), and Rafal Jaki. Moderated by SpikeTV’s Geoff Keighley.
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, Room 7AB (PAUL & COLLEEN):
From mail to photographs and now comics, everything is making the move to digital. Comic-Con International special guestsÂ Colleen CooverÂ (Bandette),Â Batton LashÂ (Supernatural Law),Â Jeff SmithÂ (Bone),Â Rina PiccoloÂ (Tina’s Groove), andÂ Paul TobinÂ (Bandette) discuss with moderatorMark WaidÂ (Daredevil) when and why they make the switch to digital.
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Room 9Â (PAUL & COLLEEN):
Comic-Con special guestsÂ Paul TobinÂ andÂ Colleen CooverÂ discuss their Eisner Award-winning digital comicÂ Bandette, as well as such titles asÂ Colder,Â I Was the Cat,Â Prometheus,Â Plants vs. Zombies,Â Angry Birds, Paul’s novels, and the commonsense fact that Hulk could beat Thor.
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm, ONI PRESS Booth 1833 (PAUL):
With IWTC artist Benjamin Dewey! Paul & Ben will be signing the special SDCC advance edition of their new graphic novel, I Was The Cat (general release August 6, 2014). With limited supplies of sweet-ass giveaway material!
Allison Breaking is a talented journalist with her own blog and a lot of bills to pay, so when she receives an offer from a mysterious stranger named Burma to write his memoirs, it’s an offer she can’t refuse, not even with all the red flags popping up. But Burma is quite literally unlike any man Allison’s ever known – because he’s a cat. And this cat has stories to tell about how he (over the course of a few lifetimes) has shaped the world – and another, darker story that Allison must risk all to uncover… a story of what this particular cat has been doing with the LAST of his nine lives.
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Room 9 (PAUL):
Nearly 30 years ago, Dark Horse rewrote the rules of licensed comics with the release ofÂ Aliens, continuing the story lines of Ridley Scott’s iconic film franchise.Â PredatorÂ and the iconic crossoverÂ Aliens Vs. PredatorÂ followed, with each series practically outselling the last. Now, the publisher partners with Scott again, to bring sci-fi epicÂ PrometheusÂ to comics. With just under two months away from the launch of the ambitious and highly anticipated crossover,Â Fire and Stone, Dark Horse editor-in-chiefÂ Scott Allie, writersÂ Chris RobersonÂ (Aliens),Â Joshua WilliamsonÂ (Predator),Â Christopher SebelaÂ (Aliens Vs. Predator), and theÂ PrometheusÂ team ofÂ Paul TobinÂ andÂ Juan Ferrerya, reveal just what’s in store for this grand universe!