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by Harry McCracken
Going to Comic-Con? Come to My Panel on the Future of Graphic Novels
And for the first time, I’m delighted to say, I’ll not only be attending scads of panels but also moderating one. The title is “The Future of Graphic Novels,” and the subject is how tablets and other technologies will change comics over the next few years.
We have a nifty lineup of panelists, including Daniel Cooney (creator of Valentine), Olivia d’Abo (the voice of Star Sapphire in Justice League: Doom), Brian Haberlin (co-creator of Witchblade), Mike Norton (known for Runaways and Gravity), Doug TenNapel (creator of Earthworm Jim) and Steve Yatson (senior director of productivity and graphics at Smith Micro Software, which offers a variety of applications for cartoonists, illustrators and animators).
We’re on Saturday night, July 14 at 7pm in Room 4 at the Convention Center. If you’re among the 125,000, please join and and be part of what should be an interesting conversation. (Here’s the complete schedule for all four days of Comic-Con, in case you need it.)