SDCC11: The Beat to quiz Frank Miller on Legendary Comics Panel

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Frank Miller and editor Bob Schreck will be revealing details of HOLY TERROR and the rest of the Legendary Comics slate at Comic-Con.

And The Beat will be moderating. I have been told there will be special guests and I’m psyched.

2:00-3:00 Legendary Comics— For its inaugural year at Comic-Con, join iconic writer/artist Frank Miller (300), Legendary Comics editor-in-chief Bob Schreck (All-Star Superman), and other artists from the Legendary stable to find out about upcoming releases, including Miller’s Holy Terror. Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
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This is one of the few comics-oriented panels being held in one of the big off-site rooms, so I’ve got my work cut out for me.

I’ve also seen about 1/3 of HOLY TERROR and it looks amazing.

Legendary Entertainment will hold the first-ever Legendary Comics panel at this year’s Comic-Con® International on Saturday, July 23rd. Fans can join Legendary Comics editor-in-chief Bob Schreck, the iconic writer and artist, Frank Miller, as well as some of the biggest names in comics as they unveil Legendary’s initial slate of highly anticipated graphic novel releases. Heidi MacDonald, editor-in-chief for comic culture blog, The Beat, will moderate this esteemed group of panelists.

Comic icons will discuss their craft, reveal content, take questions from the audience, and provide unique insight into their upcoming Legendary Comics projects, including Miller’s already announced Holy Terror.

The Legendary Comics panel will take place in the Indigo Ballroom at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront.

Legendary will be revealing creative and content from Legendary Comics on Legendary.com, on Twitter and on the company’s Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/LegendaryEnt.

In addition to Legendary’s first-ever comics panel, the company will also have Frank Miller and Guillermo del Toro on-hand in San Diego to sign autographs at the Legendary booth. Time, date and location will be announced at a later date.

Comments

  1. Torsten Adair says:

    Indigo is where the Eisners will be held. It’s a large room…24,000 square feet, seats 2,663.

    Congrats!

  2. “I’ve also seen about 1/3 of HOLY TERROR and it looks amazing.”

    So it’s not as cringe-inducing as the concept makes it seem?

  3. Kate Willaert says:

    Or looks amazing like Batman: Odyssey perhaps?

    Can you please ask Frank Miller to clarify about his current works like All Star Batman & Robin, etc. being satire, since there are so many people who still seem to think he’s being completely serious?

  4. Screw this: Craig Thompson will be doing his only panel where he’ll be available to talk about the forthcoming Habibi (also a treatise on Islam), at “The Art of the Graphic Novel” panel:

    2:30-3:30 The Art of the Graphic Novel— Andrew Farago (curator, Cartoon Art Museum) talks with graphic novelists Chester Brown (Paying for It), Seymour Chwast (Dante’s Divine Comedy), Eric Drooker (Blood Song), Joyce Farmer (Special Exits, A Memoir), Joëlle Jones (Troublemaker), Jason Shiga (Empire State: A Love Story (Or Not)), and Craig Thompson (Habibi) about their work in the genre that has elevated comics to mainstream bookstores all over the world. Room 24ABC

    Frank Miller is comics past; this panel represents comics future…

  5. I’ve also seen about 1/3 of HOLY TERROR and it looks amazing.

    Yeah— but how does it READ? 300 on patriotic steroids is what I’m fearing…

    Frank Miller is comics past; this panel represents comics future…

    Didn’t see it listed on the comic-con.org Sun Schedule Grid, but yeah, that Thompson panel is the one I’d attend instead. (D’ya think Craig’ll have a different perspective on the “Middle East” from Frank’s??)

  6. I was planning to attend and write about the Art of the Graphic Novel panel until I was scheduled opposite it.

    THEY’D BETTER RECORD IT.

    It’s unfortunate that there’s a conflict but the entire panel schedule is a series of hard choices.

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