Comic-Con International: San Diego begins in just two weeks and by annual tradition, we have your first look at the daily program schedule. Thursday’s schedule includes the following trio of Transformers-related panels:
Thursday, July 19 • 10:00am – 11:00am Room 29AB
The planet-eater Unicron has arrived, and nothing will be spared! IDW editor-in-chief John Barber, associate publisher David Hedgecock, editor David Mariotte, Hasbro’s director of global publishing Michael Kelly, and creators behind the blockbuster event of the summer fill you in on what’s in store for the Autobots and offer a hint at what comes next.
Thursday, July 19 • 11:00am – 12:00pm Room 29AB
Be the first to hear about new Transformers toys and products that have yet to hit store shelves straight from the design and marketing teams at Hasbro. There is a lot of buzz for Bumblebee: The Movie hitting theaters in December. Roll in to get a glimpse at the Transformers products inspired by the film, including new figures in the Generations Studio Series collection. Then, get your cyber-goggles ready for a look at the first reveals from the highly anticipated upcoming Generations War for Cybertron trilogy line. Set sights on Cyberverse, the exciting new animated show is full of new characters and familiar stories. Fly in to sneak a peek at the series and several of the new toys not yet revealed. Many new Transformers initiatives from some trusted partners will be shared, as well as the induction of the 2018 Transformers Hall of Fame members.
Thursday, July 19 • 6:00pm – 7:00pm Room 9
Short. Meaningful. Memorable. How do you write great dialogue? What works and what doesn’t work? Writers from animation and comics, including Nicole Dubuc (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Transformers: Rescue Bots), Marsha Griffin (Guardians of the Galaxy, Miles from Tomorrowland), Craig Miller (Curious George, Beast Wars), Eugene Son (Avengers: Secret Wars, Saint Seiya), and Matt Wayne (Justice League Unlimited, Cannon Busters) talk about how to craft a great line.
What are your burning questions for these panels? Are you attending the convention? Stay tuned for more Transformers-related updates from Comic-Con as the Friday, Saturday and Sunday program schedules are released in the next three days and join the discussion on the 2005 boards!