|2006_MD_BCCA_060909||79||Baltimore Comic-Con (2006) -- Artists|
Artists include: Chuck Dixon, Barry Kitson, Mark Waid, Scott Kurtz, Mike Manley, John Ostrander, Mark Texeira, Mark Sparacio, Alex Saviuk, Mark Wheatley, Marc Hempel, Walt Simonson, Eric Powell, Mark McKenna, Michael Bair, Don Rosa, Scott Kurtz, Kyle Baker, Dan DiDio, George Perez, Marv Wolfman, Dick...
|2006_MD_BCCP4_060909||22||Baltimore Comic-Con (2006) -- Panel: DCU: One Year Greater|
DCU: One Year Greater: with Jan Jones, Kurt Busiek, Marv Wolfman, George Perez, Bill Willingham, J.G. Jones, Mark Waid, Barry Kitson, Bob Wayne, and Dan DiDio.
|2006_MD_BCCP3_060909||6||Baltimore Comic-Con (2006) -- Panel: Titans Together:|
Titans Together: with Marv Wolfman and George Perez.
|2010_MD_BCCA||98||Baltimore Comic-Con (2010) -- Artists|
Artists in sequence:
Day 1: Dennis O'Neil, Jerry Robinson, Matt Wagner, John Snyder III, Marv Wolfman, Jim Shooter, Michael Golden, Joe Jusko, Mark Wheatley, Denis Kitchen, Steve Conley, Tim Truman, Todd McFarlane, Timothy Lantz, Bryan Brown, Terry Moore, Bill Tucci, Walt Simonson, Paul Pope, Don...
|2015_MD_BCCA||308||Baltimore Comic-Con (2015) -- Artists|
Folks shown here:
Russ Heath, Denis Kitchen, Jose Garcia-Lopez, Frank Cho, Bob McLeod, Don Rosa, Buzz, Terry Moore, Bernie Wrightson, Darwyn Cooke, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Stan Sakai, Tom Palmer, Mark Waid, Christina Blanch, Steve Conley, Paul Storrie, Thom Zahler, Bob Ingersoll,...
|2015_MD_BCCHA_Awards_150926||248||Baltimore Comic-Con (2015) -- Harvey Awards -- Award Ceremony|
Welcoming Remarks: Paul McSpadden
Emcee: Vivek Tiwary
Presenter: Charlie Kochman --
* Best Letterer: Jack Morelli, AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE, Archie Comic Publications -- accepted by Jonathan Betancourt
* Best Colorist: Dave Stewart, HELLBOY IN HELL, Dark Horse Comics -- accepted by...
|2015_MD_BCCHA_Dinner_150926||88||Baltimore Comic-Con (2015) -- Harvey Awards -- Dinner and Post-Event Photos|
Folks shown here include: Vivek J. Tiwary, Denis Kitchen, Jules Feiffer, Walt Simonson, Darwyn Cooke, Marv Wolfman, John Gallagher, Francesco Francavilla, Jose Garcia-Lopez, Mark Wheatley, Dean Haspiel, Mark Waid, Christina Blanch, Brooke Allen, Ross Richie, John Gallagher, Thom Zahler, Ramona Fradon,...
|2017_MD_BCCRA3_170923||212||Baltimore Comic-Con (2017) -- Ringo Awards: Award Ceremony|
Emcee: Randy Tischler, BCC
Keynote: David Petersen
Presenters: Lora Innes and Thom Zahler --
* Favorite Hero: Cash Wayne (Spectrum)
* Favorite Villain: Arlo (unOrdinary)
* Favorite New Series: Spectrum
* Favorite New Talent: InstantMiso -- accepted by Tom Akel from Line...
|2017_MD_BCCRA_170923||79||Baltimore Comic-Con (2017) -- Ringo Awards: Cocktails|
Folks here include:
Thom Zahler, Ramona Fradon, ???, David Petersen, Mark Evanier, Marv Wolfman, Elliot S! Maggin, Todd Klein, Joe Staton, Walter Simonson, Sarah Trustman, Chris Miskiewicz, Louise Simonson, Terry Moore, Jose Villarrubia, John Workman, Bob Wayne, Steve Conley, J.G. Jones, Stan Sakai,...
|2017_MD_BCCRA2_170923||69||Baltimore Comic-Con (2017) -- Ringo Awards: Dinner and Afterward|
Folks here include:
(Before awards) John Gallagher, John Workman, Todd Klein, Stan Sakai, Kazu Kibuishi, Dean Haspiel, Jason Goungor, J.G. Jones, Mark Waid, Marv Wolfman, Elliot S! Maggin, Darryl "DMC" McDaniels, and Thom Zahler.
(After awards) Jose Villarrubia, Dean Haspiel, David Petersen, Joshua...
|2019_MD_BCCA||245||Baltimore Comic-Con (2019) -- Artists|
Dean Haspiel, Peter Rostovsky, John Gallagher, Emily Whitten, Thom Zahler, David Petersen, Paul Storrie, Franco Aureliani, Bob Ingersoll, Zeea Adams, Joel Adams, Joe Linsner, Neal Adams, Billy Tucci, Don Rosa, Marv Wolfman, Dean Haspiel, Christa Cassano, Sarah Trustman, David Trustman,...
|2015_CA_CCArt_Reception_150709||34||CA -- San Diego -- Public Library -- Art of Comic-Con Reception|
Folks here included: Mark Evanier, Art Baltazar, Michael Cho (who did this year's cover), Paul Levitz, William Stout and others.
|2006_CA_SDCCP07_060720||9||San Diego Comic-Con International 2006 -- Panel: Authors and Audio Books: From the Page to the Microphone|
Authors and Audio Books: From the Page to the Microphone -- Scott Brick, Audie Award-winning narrator of such classic titles as Ender’s Game, Fahrenheit 451, Foundation, and the popular Dune series, will discuss what it takes to translate classic science fiction adventure tales to the world of...
|2010_CA_SDCCA||232||San Diego Comic-Con International 2010 -- Artists|
Artists in sequence:
Mark Waid, Don Rosa, Jim Balent, Neal Adams, ???, Peter David, ???, Joe Quesada, Greg Broadmore, Travis Hill, Amy Mebberson, Keith Knight, Scott Shaw!, Sergio Aragones, ???, ???, Phil and Kaja Foglio, Mark Freedman, Andy Runton, Steve Leialoha, Bill Willingham,...
|2012_CA_SDCCA||163||San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 -- Artists|
Artists shown here:
Mark Wheatley, Tomoaki Ayano, Victor Gorelick, Brandon Thomas, Art Baltazar, Franco Aureliani, Keith Knight, Sergio Aragones, Scott Shaw!, Greg Evans, Don Rosa (buying Yogi Bear comics), Steve Saffel, Billy Tucci, Michael Golden, Chris Sanders, Jim Calafiore, Phil...
|2012_CA_SDCCP1_120714||29||San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 -- Panel: That 70s Panel|
That 70s Panel -- A look at comics in the seventies. Some now call it the Bronze Age, but by any name it was an exciting time to be reading comics. Moderator Mark Evanier (Scooby Doo) leads a discussion including Marv Wolfman (Tomb of Dracula), Steve Skeates (Aquaman), Steve Englehart (Batman), Herb...
|2013_CA_SDCCP1_130720||37||San Diego Comic-Con International 2013 -- Panel: Remembering Joe Kubert|
Remembering Joe Kubert
We lost one of comics' most beloved and respected creators in August 2012. Joe Kubert started drawing comics when he was twelve years old and didn't stop until he'd inspired and taught a couple of generations how it was done. Hear all about this extraordinary man from folks who...
|2013_CA_SDCCP4_130718||30||San Diego Comic-Con International 2013 -- Panel: Superman: The Julie Schwartz Era|
Superman: The Julie Schwartz Era
In celebration of Superman's 75th Birthday, we look back at the Man of Steel in comics' Bronze Age. In 1970, veteran editor Julius Schwartz assumed command of the primal hero and charted a course for a new generation. On hand to discuss it are many of the writers who...
|2015_CA_SDCCP01_150712||24||San Diego Comic-Con International 2015 -- Panel: The Annual Jack Kirby Tribute Panel|
The Annual Jack Kirby Tribute Panel:
It's been 21 years since we lost him and we still can't stop talking about the man some called The King of the Comics. Jack Kirby may have been the greatest creative talent the field has ever seen and once again, some of his friends and fans will be discussing why....
|2016_CA_SDCCA||144||San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 -- Artists|
Artists shown here (more or less in sequence):
Steve Leialoha, Scott Shaw!, Keith Knight, Sergio Aragones, Dan Parent, Neal Adams, Mark Evanier, Jackie Estrada, Cat Staggs, Tom Taylor, Marc Andreyko, Bob Ingersoll, Marv Wolfman, David Petersen, Peter David, Tim Vigil, Mark Morales,...
|2016_CA_SDCCP05_160723||29||San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 -- Panel: That 70's Panel|
That 70's Panel:
It was a time of change in comics with a new generation intermingling with the old and taking command. Hear what it was like from Howard Chaykin (American Flagg, Black Kiss), Paul Gulacy (Master of Kung Fu, Sabre), Elliot S! Maggin (Superman, Green Arrow), Marv Wolfman (Tomb of...
|2017_CA_SDCCP05_170722||72||San Diego Comic-Con International 2017 -- Panel: That '70s Panel|
That '70s Panel
It was a time of change in comics, with a new generation intermingling with the old and taking command. Hear what the comics industry was like in the 1970s from Mike Grell (The Warlord; Jon Sable, Freelance), Paul Levitz (Legion of Super-Heroes, Stalker), Keith Pollard (Fantastic Four,...
|2017_CA_SDCCP01_170723||156||San Diego Comic-Con International 2017 -- Panel: The Annual Jack Kirby Tribute Panel|
The Annual Jack Kirby Tribute Panel
Continuing the celebration of the Kirby Centennial, this is the annual panel about Comic-Con's first superstar guest, the man they call "The King of Comics," Jack Kirby. Jack left us in 1994, but his influence on comics, film, and this convention has never been...
|2018_CA_SDCCP01_180720||29||San Diego Comic-Con International 2018 -- Panel: That '70s Panel|
That '70s Panel
The seventies were a time of change for comics: Veteran creators were melding with new talent and new kinds of comics were emerging. Here's a discussion of those changing times with Marv Wolfman (Tomb of Dracula), Steve Leialoha (Warlock), Rick Hoberg (Star Wars), Richard Pini and Wendy...