[email protected] 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 Transformers-related panel:
Thursday, July 23 • 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Flux Capacitor, hoverboards, flying cars, and time travel. The Back to the Future stories have introduced us to a lot of interesting and futuristic ideas. Join the Fleet Science Center and IDW for a closer look at the Back to the Future comic series and for an exciting reveal of a mind-blowing crossover: Back to the Future meets Transformers! Pow! The creative team behind Back to the Future, Transformers and the new crossover will share how they dream up their fantastic stories and discuss with local scientists if and how the science in their stories might work.
John Barber – editor-in-chief, IDW, writer Back to the Future and Transformers
Cavan Scott – writer, Back to the Future and many other pop culture classics
Juan Samu – artist, Transformers and many other pop culture classics
Saura Naderi – outreach director at the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute at UC San Diego, engineer and robot builder
Dr. Lisa Will – Fleet Science Center resident astronomer and professor of physics and astronomy at the San Diego City College
Andrea Decker – Fleet Science Center, moderator
What are your burning questions for this panel? Stay tuned for more Transformers-related [email protected] updates as the Friday, Saturday and Sunday program schedules are released in the next three days and join the discussion on the 2005 boards!
Panel access instructions: Once the daily schedules go live, you’ll be able to read the descriptions and decide what you’d like to see. The majority of our panels will also be available AFTER the July 22-26 dates, although there are some that may have a limited time period attached to them. Each panel will contain a link; when you click on that link, you’ll launch another page that has the panel video embedded on it … that video will be available on the date and time listed. When it’s available, simply push play and watch! It’s that simple.
All the panels will also be available on the Comic-Con YouTube channel, so you can also access them there. Subscribe to us on YouTube.com at https://www.youtube.com/user/ComicCon