I-Con Schedule

Minutes ago, I-Con finally posted their schedule. I’m not on every panel that would be fun to do and I’m opposite people I want to see or hear but I’ll live. At least I’m not booked opposite myself as in past years.

If you haven’t been, come, it’s fun. If you’re attending, make sure you say hi.

SATURDAY

11am-12pm – SAC 306
“Everything Changes, Except in Comics”
B. Greenberger, P. David, G. Pak, M. Uslan

No clue what we’re talking about so I hope Peter has an idea. Looking forward, though, to meeting Greg Pak and sharing a table with Mike Uslan.

1pm-2:30pm – Javits 100
Trailer Park

I’ll be showing an assortment of upcoming trailers and taking questions and having some fun.

3pm-4pm – SAC 306
“Ring of Fire”
C. Rozakis, B. Greenberger, R. Greenberger Jr.

Yes, that’s right, Charles — son of Bob — Rozakis and the father-son tandem return for more silliness. When I saw the title, I e-mailed Chuck: “I see we’re scheduled to spend an hour discussing the works and life of Johnny Cash. I’m figuring we should both wear black as seems appropriate.”

He responded: “Oh, see, I figured it was a discussion of our favorite Dungeons & Dragons magical items. I was planning to wear full plate armor.”

We’ll find common ground and kill an hour.

4pm-5pm – SAC 302
“Peter David Presents: The Founding Fathers: The Best/Funniest Stories from the Stone Age of I-Con”
P. David, B. Greenberger

I hope Peter has some funny stories.

SUNDAY

1pm-2:00pm – Javits 100
Trailer Park

I’ll be showing an assortment of upcoming trailers and taking questions and having some fun. (R)

2 pm-3 pm – S311
“Transitions: successfully adapting a story to other media.”
Rosenberg(M), Pak, Greenberger Osborne, David

I get to spend an hour with my pal, Aaron Rosenberg, who I don’t see often enough. Even better, Terri Osborne will be there to keep us in line. Greg Pak has no idea what he’s getting himself into.

3pm-4pm – Harr. 108 “1 Panel Later”
B. Greenberger

I guess since I’m not at DC anymore, they’d just toss me out there to talk about current events in the line as opposed to the traditional “What’s New” slide show.

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