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Thursday, August 22, 2013
At The 2013 San Diego Comic Fest... Programming Update!
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Topic: Comic Cons
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The San Diego Comic Fest Has Published A Partial List of the Programming for the 2013 Comic Fest!


TODAY'S FEATURE IS (GUEST) BLOG #3936 -     I have been mentioning this upcoming event a few times this year here in my blog.  That's because I'm the Facebook Social Media Co-Ordinator for the San Diego Comic Fest.

Well... I posted earlier this week at the San Diego Comic Fest that Mark Stadler & Mike Towry have published a partial list of the programming for the October San Diego Comic Fest, and I want to also mention it here in my blog.   


Here’s a partial list of confirmed programming we will be presenting for your enjoyment at San Diego Comic Fest 2013:


    The Schanes Brothers’ Story: From Swap Meets to Pacific Comics (with Bill and Steve Schanes)
    Comics Fan Guest of Honor spotlight: Richard Kyle (Greg Bear, interviewer)
    Q&A for Aspiring Cartoonists (tentative title) – Scott Shaw! and Jack Habegger
    Ghastly Graham Ingels – Steve Ringgenberg
    Certified Forensic Comicologist, Part 2 – Jamie Newbold
    The Hard Cost of Producing a Graphic Novel – Russell Nohelty
    One-on-One With …
        Russ Heath (Michael Gross, interviewer)
        Alex Niño (Phil Yeh, interviewer)
        Phil Yeh (Donna Crilly, interviewer)
    The History of American Comic Books, 1930-1970 – Don Ensign
    Larry Niven & Comics
    Marv Wolfman workshop on writing comics
    James Hudnall workshop on writing comics
   Creating Comics Crash Course workshop: how to do a comic from start to finish, including working with printers, web or distributors – James Hudnall
    Comics in Libraries with the San Diego State Librarians

Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Guest of Honor spotlight: Larry Niven (Wendy All, interviewer)
    Science Fiction Fan Guests of Honor spotlight: John and Bjo Trimble (Greg and Astrid Bear, interviewers)
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and the American Experience, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – John Putman
    The Ackerman Chronicles (documentary film about Forrest J. Ackerman and discussion) – Jason Brock and Sunni Brock
    Lt. Uhuru and the controversy of African American presence on Star Trek – Delores Fisher

Movies and TV

    Oddball Comics – Scott Shaw!
     Comics are Everywhere video in progress – Neil Kendricks and Natalia Quintana
    Charles Beaumont: The Life of The Twilight Zone’s Magic Man (documentary film and discussion) – Jason Brock and Sunni Brock
    Ghostbusters 2 – Producer Michael Gross and Visual Effects Concept Artist Henry Mayo
    Bugs Bunny’s 75th birthday – Jerry Beck
    25th Anniversary of Stereotypes – Paul Sammon
    “Man Without a Saddle”: Western/horror short film based on Rudyard Kipling’s short story “Mark of the Beast” and co-starring our own William Lund.
    Working in Hollywood: three artists discuss their work in movies – Ricardo Delgado, Henry Mayo and Pete Von Sholly


    A Trip Down Convention Memory Lane with John & Bjo Trimble
    Zen and the Art of Cereal Boxes Presents: What Me, Captain Crunch? The Many Flavors of a Seaman – Duane Dimock in a  follow-up to last year’s wildly successful program about collectable cereal boxes
    The Real LA Noir: a guided tour through the dark side of the sun-drenched metropolis, where fact and fiction collide — Kim Cooper and Richard Schave, proprietors of Esotouric bus adventures and the 1947 project time travel blog,
    Comic Book Live! – comedy improv
    Doctor Who Live – comedy improv
    The Art of Prog Rock – Rod Underhill, Tom Luth, Ken Meyer Jr.
    Caught Smokin’ in the Alley: A “comical” review of tobacco usage from the dawn of the American comic strip – David Folkman
    Ask Don Glut Anything
    40 Years with Uncle Jam – Phil Yeh and Linda Adams

And that is just a PARTIAL listing of the programming for the 2013 San Diego Comic Fest!

Here's the link to where you can purchase memberships for the three day event, which is to be held October 4 - 5 - 6 in Mission Valley at the Town & Country Resort in San Diego.

See you there?  I'll be there all three days!

~ Michael


NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,936 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

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Updated: Thursday, August 22, 2013 6:35 AM PDT
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