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Events!*
10:00 AM, THE ANNUAL JACK KIRBY TRIBUTE PANEL RM 4

Autographs !*
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NOON, HOT WHEELS BATTLE FORCE 5: WORLD PREMIERE, RM 7AB

Lewis Trondheim (The Spiffy Adventures of McCooney) Gene Yang (American Born Chinese) Megan Franich (30 Days of Night) Jane Wiedlin (The Go Go’s) David Winning (Andromeda) AA8

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Russell T Davies* Julie Gardner* Euros Lyn* (Doctor Who) Mike Royer (Jack Kirby’s Fourth World) AA5
2:00 Ramon Valdiosera

SaturDay Gallery!
1:30 PM, COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS FOR ALL AGES, RM 3 2:15 Pm, Green Lantern: First Flight, Rm 6bcf

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Maxwell Alexander Drake (Last Man on Earth) Virginia Hey (Farscape) Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th) AA9 Trina Parks Lana Wood Yaphet Kotto
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Films!*
3:30 pm How-To Session: Jim Lee, rm 6bcf

san diego international Children’s film festval! All Day, rm xx Anime! 11:05 am, Gakuen Alice, rm 24bc 4:25 pm, Heroic Age, rm 25C

Clockwise, from top left. The cast of Heroes applaudes thousands of their appreciative fans at their appearance on Saturday. Lying down on the job? Nah, just taking a break. Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, Mythbusters. Young Star Wars fans in the Exhibit Hall. Entertaining the lines outside the Convention Center.

Anime!*

*Limited signing, details inside.
*lAte Additions, SChedule Changes, and More inside! For complete info on All the Comiccon Goings on, see the Events Guide. Also see Information sign boards throughout the center.

Programs Just added!
The Following programs have been added: 2:15-3:30 Green Lantern: First Flight 3:30-5:00 How-To Session: Jim Lee Details Below.

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Autograph Updates Limit Signings Added Dr. Who (Russell T. Davies, Julie Gardiner, Euros Lynn) Line ticket drawing to be held 9:30 am Autograph Area AA8 12:00-1:00 Alien Trespass (Eric McCormack, R.W. Goodwyn) Line ticket drawing to be held 10:00 am Autograph Area AA4 11:15-12:00 Paper Heart (Charlyne Yi, Nick Jasenovec, Jake Johnson) Line ticket drawing to be held 10:00 am Autograph Area AA4 2:15-2:45 Additions Gigi Fast Elk Bannister, makeup (Phantasm IV, Hush) AA28 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Reggie Bannister, actor Phantasm I-IV, The Rage) AA28 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Cancellation Pamela Ferdin

Artists’ Alley Updates Cancellations Chris Trevas Brian Denham David Finch (Moved to an exhibitor booth) Lucio Parrillo Moves Mario Alberti KK-18 Chris Burnham HH-17 Alexander Buechel DD10 Jorge Pacheco KK-10 Tom Carroll HH-19 Alvin Lee II-01 Robert Elrod KK-17 Johnny B. Gerardy HH18 Joel Gomez DD-09 Chad Hardin LL-03 Steward Lee KK-05 Ron Lim KK-20 Francis Manapul LL-10 Laura Martin KK-16 Joey Mason JJ-16 Andrew Pepoy KK-19 Whilce Portacio LL-09 Ed Roeder JJ-02 Richard Schleifer JJ-15

2:15-3:30 Special Added Screening: Green Lantern: First Flight—If you missed the world premiere of this amazing new animated film from Warner Home Video, Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation on Thursday night at Comic-Con, here’s your chance to see it! The fifth DC Universe animated original PG-13 movie. Green Lantern: First Flight finds Hal Jordan recruited to join the Green Lantern Corps and placed under the supervision of respected senior Lantern Sinestro. The earthling soon discovers his mentor is actually the central figure in a secret conspiracy that threatens the philosophies, traditions and hierarchy of the entire Green Lantern Corps. Hal must quickly hone his newfound powers and combat the treasonous Lanterns within the ranks to maintain order in the universe. Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) leads the cast as the voice of Hal Jordan aka Green Lantern. The cast includes Emmy Award nominee Victor Garber (Milk, Titanic), Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs), Juliet Landau (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and John Larroquette (Night Court). Produced by animation legend Bruce Timm, Green Lantern: First Flight is directed by Lauren Montgomery (Wonder Woman) and scripted by four-time Emmy Award–winning writer Alan Burnett (The Batman). Warner Home Video will release Green Lantern: First Flight on Blu-ray Hi-Def and DVD on July 28, 2009. Room 6BCF 3:30–5:00 How-To Session: Jim Lee—End Comic-Con with a bang watching the most popular artist in comics draw anything he wants! Jim Lee (Batman: Hush) creates art before your very eyes on the big screen. Follow his creative process as he explains what he’s doing while he’s drawing. Acclaimed comic book illustrator Jim Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1964. Today, Lee is the creative director of WildStorm Studios (which he founded in 1992) and the penciller for many of DC Comics’ bestselling comic book and graphic novels, including All Star Batman and Robin, The Boy Wonder, Batman: Hush, and Superman: For Tomorrow. He also serves as the Executive Creative Director for the upcoming DC Universe Online videogame. In his spare time, Jim enjoys a good laugh or two. Room 6BCF

Updated How-To Descriptions 10:00-11:00 How-To Session: Anson Jew— Anson Jew’s career took off at LucasArts as an animator for nine years on such titles as Full Throttle, Curse of Monkey Island, and Herc’s Adventures. His comic Saturday Nite won a Xeric Grant in 1998. He moved to L.A. to freelance as a concept/ storyboard artist for film, TV, games, and toys for properties including Sky Captain, TMNT, Insecticide, and Wolverine & the X-Men. Anson will discuss his work, his process and his new book Show Me the Body. Room 18.

has recently contributed art to Secret Identities: The Asian-American Superhero Anthology, Rob Hanes Adventures and Marvel’s Agents of Atlas and Hulk Family. Benton will present an hour-long digital painting demonstration as well answer your questions about the film industry, comics and drawing in general. Wacom Tablet courtesy of Wacom Technology. Room 18.

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12:00-1:00 How-To Session: Benton Jew— Benton Jew is a storyboard/concept illustrator and comic book artist from Los Angeles. He began his career in film at George Lucas’s Industrial Light & Magic, where he provided artwork on The Mask, The Mummy, and Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. He has also done some comic book work and 12:30 Darick Robertson 12:301:30 James Robinson 11:3012:30 Greg Rucka 10:30-11:30 Rick Sanchez 11:3012:30 Nicola Scott 2:30-3:30 Gail Simone 2:30-3:30 Alex Sinclair 12:301:30,2:30-3:30 Fiona Staples 1:30-2:30 Jason Starr 1:30-2:30 Matt Sturges 10:3011:30 Philip Tan 12:30-1:30 Jill Thompson 10:3011:30 Bobby & Peter Timony 10:30-11:30 David Tischman 2:303:30 Tony Trov 1:30-2:30 Matt Wagner 1:30-2:30 Sheldon Vella 2:30-3:30 Len Wein 2:30-3:30 A.Williams 1:30-2:30 Freddie Williams II 10:30-11:30 Bill Willingham 10:3011:30 G. Willow Wilson 12:301:30 Brian Wood 11:30-12:30 Da Xiong 11:30-12:30 John Zito 1:30-2:30

Anime Updates In Room 24BC, Panda-Z will not be shown at 2:50, and Tweeny Witches will start at 2:50 p.m. not 2:55.

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Every Picture Tells A Story (Booth 4713) was list incorrectly in the Events Guide. Their booth number is 4713 not 3149. Upper Playground (Booth 4631) was list incorrectly in the Events Guide. Their booth number is 4631 not 4031. Franco 10:30-11:30 Adam Freeman 10:3011:30 Richard Friend 1:302:30 Dave Gallaher 12:301:30 Sterling Gates 1:30-2:30 Patrick Gleason 12:301:30 Joel Gomez 11:30-12:30 Daniel Govar 2:30-3:30 Peter Gross 12:30-1:30 Renato Guedes 11:3012:30 Chris Gugliotti 1:30-2:30 Amy Hadley 1:30-2:30 Jamal Igle 1:30-2:30 Geoff Johns 12:30-1:30 Jeff Katz 12:30-1:30 Ryan Kelly 11:30-12:30 John Kovalesky 11:3012:30 James Kuhoric 12:301:30 Ilias Kyriazis 11:3012:30 Jim Lee 2:30-3:30 Jeremy Love 11:3012:30 Francis Manapul 12:301:30 Yoshinori Natsume 12:30-1:30 Joe Prado 11:30-12:30 M.K. Perker 12:30-1:30 Tom Richmond 11:30-

Comic-Con Celebrates Frank Alison Wednesday evening after closing down the Attendee Reg department, the registration crew went to Filippi’s Pizza Grotto in Little Italy and surprised Frank Alison with a cake to celebrate his 20th year as Attendee Registrar. Not only was Frank shocked and speechless (a very rare moment), but he was joined by our favorite Punisher, Thomas Jane for a great Kodak moment. Congrats, Frank. Here’s to another 20 years.

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Booth signings!
Booth Signings The Antidote Trust Dani Dixon 1:00 Blam Ventures (2547) 1:00-2:00 Joe Jusko 3:00-4:00 SanJulian DC Comics (1915) Jason Aaron 12:30-1:30 Marc Andreyko 1:302:30 Art Baltazar 10:30-11:30 Andy Belanger 2:303:30 Marc Bernardin 10:3011:30 Sacha Borisch 1:302:30 Mark Buckingham 10:30-11:30 Max Cannon 11:3012:30 Kody Chamberlain 10:30-11:30 Becky Cloonan 2:303:30 Kevin Colden 12:301:30 Carlos Costa 10:3011:30 Wes Craig 12:30-1:30 John Dallaire 1:30-2:30 Steve Ellis 12:30-1:30

Hollywood Book & Poster Co. (5411) Doug Bradley 9:3012:30 Paul Sammon 12:004:00 Mysterious Galaxy (1119) Jimmy Gownley 10:00 – 11:00 Michael Spradlin & Michael Reisman 11:00 – 12:00 J.F. Lewis 12:00 – 1:00 Tom Sniegoski 2:00 – 3:00 Melissa Anelli 3:15 – 4:00 Stuart Ng Books (5012) 12:00-2:00 Eric Goldberg Tribbles Live Tribbles (A6) David Gerrold 12:00 – 1:00 Vanguard Productions (1607) Alex Horley 11-12 Mark Texiera 12-1 Kerry Gammil 2-3

Toucan Tip of the day!
Can’t Get enough of Comic-con. We do run two other conventions. Ape, The alternative press expo, is One of the country’s most popular and vibrant alternative comics shows. It returns to its San Francisco home, The Concourse Exhibition Center, for another two big days of fall fun this October. APE rolls into the city by the bay on October 17 and 18, 2009. Wonder con is more like a kinder gentler version of Comic-con. Dates and venue for the 2010 Wonder con are still up in the air, but we hope to make an annoucement soon. Check the web page, www.comic-con.org, for updates.

on-site Newsletter, no. 1, Sun 2009

Staff: Editor, Chris Sturhann; Assistant Editor/ Photographer: Barry Brown; Editorial Assistant: Allan Barsody. The Comic-Con logo is Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off.

The on-site Newsletter is published each Day of the convention. items for publication in the Newsletter should be brought to room 11A no later than 4 pm the day before, for publication in the next day’s Newsletter. Note that All submissions are subject to editing, and Space is very limited!

Masquerade Results!

Last night the 35th annual ComicCon Masquerade, sponsored by TRUE BLOOD, drew a combined audience of 6,000, filling Ballroom 20 and most of the overflow rooms and Sails Pavilion. It featured 42 entries. Our Master of Ceremonies was artist/writer Phil Foglio of Studio Foglio, and our panel of guest judges included Diane Duncan, Wanda Piety, Dragon Dronet, and Jeanne Clason. Trophy Winners: Best in Show – Macha Seasons, Andrea Davis, Davcienne Spaiba, Bob Mannian and Heather Harris Judges’ Choice – Looking Glass Wars – A Lost Page; worn by Dany, Darieum, Tiffany, Ellome, Tom; designed and made by Dany, Darieum, Tiffany, Ellome, Tom Best Re-Creation – Spawn; worn by Allan Lavigne; designed and made by Allan Lavigne and Jeff Dullam Best Original Design – Onigashima Baba; worn by M. Edgecomb; designed and made by Mary Edgecomb Best Workmanship – The Lady of Pain; worn by Holly Conrad and Jessica Merizan; designed and made by Holly Conrad Best Presentation – Bring it on: Rock the Mouse; worn by Alex, Amy, Breanna, Caitlin, Cordelia, Danica, Kent, Mike, Nichoel, Nicole, Rachel, Rogue, Sean, Stephanie, Tree, Victoria; designed and made by Alex, Amy, Breanna, Caitlin, Cordelia, Danica, Kent, Mike, Nichoel, Nicole, Rachel, Rogue, Sean, Stephanie, Tree, Victoria, John, Jen and Bryan Most Humorous – Welcome to the Dollhouse; worn by Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer. Audio Voiceover by Sean Bishop; designed and made by Mary Blair, Alicia Davis, Joyce Carlson, Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer. Most Beautiful – Mirka Fortuna from Trinity Blood; worn by Kristen Carr; designed and made by Kristen Carr Best Novice – Aquaman; worn by Sam McClellan; designed and made by Sam McClellan Best Young Fan – Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown Honorable Mention for ReCreation – The Hulk; worn by Michael Passaretti; designed and made by Michael Passaretti Honorable Mention for Workmanship – Toro the Minotaur; worn by Devon Joplina; designed and made by Devon Joplina Honorable Mention for Original Design – The Mighty Rock Golem; worn by Jay Seccord; designed and made by Danica Leigh Honorable Mention for Performance – Jawa Pimp; worn by Marshall Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown Honorable Mention for Technical

Execution – A.T.S.T. Scout Walker; worn by Blair Heald; designed and made by Blair Heald Honorable Mention for Excellence in Costuming – The Red Death - Phantom of the Opera; worn by Valefor De Ambershay; designed and made by Valefor De Ambershay Honorable Mention for Most Humorous – Muppet Labs Masqurade Machine; worn by Wayne Kaa, Henry Lee, Lydia Chen, Kim Kwon; designed and made by Anything Goes School of Masquerade Arts (AGSMA) Company Winners: DC Comics – Batman; worn by Heather, Laura, Sharon, Kim, Brittany, Thea, Jess, Sihaya, Katie, Aaron; designed and made by Heather, Laura, Sharon, Kim, Brittany, Thea, Jess, Sihaya, Katie Agent Sakur9 Entertainment – Cobra Takes over Comic-Con; worn by Daniel Proctor, David Proctor, Christopher Taug, Nikki Costa, Caroline Simeby, Louis Stokes, Ryan Vindum, Justine Andrade, Charles Bui, Leslie Burns; designed and made by Daniel Proctor, David Proctor, Christopher Taug, Nikki Costa, Caroline Simeby Lucasfilm – A.T.S.T. Scout Walker; worn by Blair Heald; designed and made by Blair Heald Anime Pavilion: First choice for best anime – Princess Ashe; worn by Lady Gemenai; designed and made by Lady Gemenai; Runnerup – Nariko, Heavenly Sword; worn by Vera Vanguard; designed and made by Vera Vanguard, Tatyana Liberman, Ashton Synn; Best young fan entry – Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown; and a Trip to Hawaii awarded to: Onigashima Baba; worn by M. Edgecomb; designed and made by Mary Edgecomb Century Guild – Macha Seasons, Andrea Davis, Davcienne Spaiba, Bob Mannian and Heather Harris; secondary prizes to Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown and The Hulk; worn by Michael Passaretti; designed and made by Michael Passaretti The Costume Designers Guild Local # 892 – The Lady of Pain; worn by Holly Conrad and Jessica Merizan; designed and made by Holly Conrad The David C. Copley Prize For The Most Innovative Costume – The Hulk; worn by Michael Passaretti; designed and made by

Michael Passaretti The Comic Gallery Store of San Diego, Best costume – Welcome to the Dollhouse; worn by Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer. Audio Voiceover by Sean Bishop; designed and made by Mary Blair, Alicia Davis, Joyce Carlson, Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer; Favorite young fan costume – Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown Lynn Perry of Darkest Desires – The Red Death - Phantom of the Opera; worn by Valefor De Ambershay; designed and made by Valefor De Ambershay Frank & Son Collectable Show – Welcome to the Dollhouse; worn by Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer. Audio Voiceover by Sean Bishop; designed and made by Mary Blair, Alicia Davis, Joyce Carlson, Kim Knight, Cris Knight, Marie Prestin, Beth Noll, Julie Laneave, Carol Hong, Scott Rogues, Bethany Roullet, Misty Buxton, Daniel Dreyer. Paramount Home Entertainment, Best Hero or Villain – Aquaman; worn by Sam McClellan; designed and made by Sam McClellan; Best Youth Costumer – Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown The Testmarket Evolution: Best video game-inspired entry – Nariko, Heavenly Sword; worn by Vera Vanguard; designed and made by Vera Vanguard, Tatyana Liberman, Ashton Synn. Best anime-inspired entry – Samurai Jack Vs. Aku; worn by Kurt Brown and Kit Brown; designed and made by Kit Brown In addition, the 10 Masquerade trophy winners each received an impressive complimentary 8”x10” 3-D Portrait of them in their costumes (retail $64.95), provided by Stewart ComGraph, located in booth #5400 in our Exhibit Hall. Comic-Con gives a hearty thanks to everyone who participated in the show!

Princess Ashe; worn by Lady Gemenai; designed and made by Lady Gemenai.

The Red Death - Phantom of the Opera; worn by Valefor De Ambershay; designed and made by Valefor De Ambershay

Nariko, Heavenly Sword; worn by Vera Vanguard; designed and made by Vera Vanguard, Tatyana Liberman, Ashton Synn. Left: She-Ra: Princess of Power; worn by Lisa Munden, Lynleigh Sato, Wendy Colon, Cindy Colon, Mike Purchase, Briana Roecks, Kahe Forman; designed and made by Lisa Munden, Lynleigh Sato, Wendy Colon, Cindy Colon, Briana Roecks, Grace Forman

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Sunday Kids’ Graphic Conversation Novels from K Papercutz K with Dan DiDio Secret Origin of Kids’ Graphic Secret Origin K Comics & The Cultural Bryan Talbot: Graphic Novels Good Readers Novels Breakouts Shift Grandville K for All Ages It Was 30 Jack Kirby CMX: Bringing IDW: The Strand Making Tribute Manga to You Comic Strips Years Ago Today: K Prophecy Webcomics Sci-Fi in 1979 Art of Adapting Art Comic-Con Editorial CBLDF K Pixar’s of Comics to the Cars Talkback Cartoonists Live Art Jam Screen 10:00-11:00 11:15-12:30 12:45-1:45 2:00-3:00 3:15-4:15 Spectacular Cartoon Voices Marvel Ratchet & Clank Army of Two: K Spider-Man II Video Games Future The 40th Day K 1:00-2:00 2:15-3:30 3:30-5:00 10:30-11:30 11:45-12:45 Ghost Green Lantern: How-To Session: Smallville Supernatural Whisperer First Flight Jim Lee 10:00-11:00 12:30-2:30 2:45-3:45 11:15-12:15 K Kamen Rider Phineas & Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins! K K Nickelodeon Dragon Knight Ferb Movie Premiere K Nick Jr.: K Women of Comics and Star Wars Starship K Hot Wheels Ni Hao, Kai-Lan, Marvel Battle Force 5 Web 2.0 Trivia Smackdown XIII Wonder Pets Comic-Con in the 2000s

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10:00-11:00 Dr. Who Christian Comics Meeting CAC #13: Cold War Comics

San Diego International Children’s Film Festival 12:30 1:00 1:30 Paper Mystery Alien Heart Team Trespass Browncoats Fan Group Meeting 2:15-3:45 Being Human/ Torchwood 4:00-5:00 Buffy the Musical

11:15-12:15 American Dad

CAC #14: Changing Identity of the Superhero

CAC #15: Comics in Museums

CAC #16: Culture of Popular Things Kids Write!

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Anime—Room 24BC
10:00 Dan Doh 10:25 Shrine of the Morning Mist 10:40 Clamp School Detective 11:05 Gakuen Alice 11:30 True Tears 11:55 Super Gals 2 12:20 Ouran High School Host Club 12:45 Hunter X Hunter 1:10 Story of Saiunkoku 1:35 Azumanga Daioh 2:00 You’re Under Arrest 2:25 Princess Resurrection 2:50 Panda-Z 2:50 Tweeny Witches 3:10 Law of Ueki 3:35 Tactics 4:00 Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu! 4:25 Kaze No Stigma 4:50 Bleach

Anime—Room 25AB
10:00 Magical Lollipop 10:25 Dig Gi Charat Nyo 10:40 Yawara 11:05 Azumanga Daioh 11:30 Aira 11:55 Nanaka 6/17 12:20 Galaxy Angel X 12:45 Ramen Fighter Miki 1:10 Clannad 1:35 Lucky Star 2:00 The World of Narue 2:25 Lucky Star 2:50 Urusei Yatsura 3:20 Combat Butler Hayate 3:45 Urusei Yatsura 4:10 Negima!? 4:35 Galaxy Angel S 4:50 School Rumble

Anime—Room 25C
10:00 Steam Detective 10:25 Sgt. Frog 10:50 Panda-Z 11:05 Aoi & Mutsuki 11:30 Panda-Z 11:35 Apple Seed OVA 12:45 Final Fantasy Unlimited 1:10 Lost Universe 1:35 Panda-Z 1:40 Martian Successor Nadeisco 2:05 Freedom 2:30 Romeo X Juliet 2:45 Galaxy Angel AA 3:10 Heroic Age 3:35 Kiba 4:00 Code Geass 4:25 Irresponsible Captain Tylor 4:50 Gundam 00

Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival
10:00 Comic-Con Film School Session IV 11:15 CCI-IFF Awards

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Science Fiction/Fantasy: 12:15 Hirsute; 12:40 Turbo; 1:15 The Son of Santo; 1:45 The Winged Man; 2:10 Afterglow; 2:30 Over the River and Through the Higher Dimensions; 2:50 Believe; 3:10 Goodsam and Max; 3:40 Schrödinger’s Girl


				
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