San Diego Comic-Con International (2009) -- Panel: Quick Draw!:
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Description of Pictures: Quick Draw! -- We say it each and every year, but it's true: Quick Draw is the most fun panel you can visit at Comic-Con. Mark Evanier puts Sergio Aragonés, Scott Shaw!, and this year's guest artist, Disney Legend Floyd Norman, through their paces as they draw on the big screen. If you haven't seen this amazing display of cartooning magic, this is the year for you: join the fun!
Left to right: Sergio Aragones, Scott Shaw!, Floyd Norman. Host: Mark Evanier
Fill-in drawers: Bobby London, Stan Sakai, Dougie McCoy
Also participating: Len Wein (who you'll see in a later panel), Peter David, Stan and Hunter Freberg,
In attendance: Ramón Valdiosera Berman, Tom Galloway. and Tom Luth.
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SDCCP2_090725_007.JPG: Sergio arranging a trick with Peter David
SDCCP2_090725_020.JPG: Tom Luth
SDCCP2_090725_041.JPG: Sergio Aragones
SDCCP2_090725_047.JPG: Floyd Norman
SDCCP2_090725_052.JPG: Scott Shaw!
SDCCP2_090725_137.JPG: Len Wein trying to guess drawn clues while Mark Evanier judges
SDCCP2_090725_208.JPG: Mark Evanier introducing Stan and Hunter Freberg
SDCCP2_090725_234.JPG: Ramón Valdiosera Berman
SDCCP2_090725_257.JPG: Sergio having one of his reactions to instructions by Mark
SDCCP2_090725_323.JPG: Sergio turning things over to Bobby London
SDCCP2_090725_381.JPG: Dougie McCoy
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