#SDCC: BATMAN BEYOND celebrates 20th anniversary with Kevin Conroy and more
Jul22

#SDCC: BATMAN BEYOND celebrates 20th anniversary with Kevin Conroy and more

Warner Brothers took Hall H by storm this year with a special panel dedicated to celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Batman Beyond. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Batman Beyond won two Emmy Awards and three Annie Awards and is often recognized for setting new standards for superhero storytelling with innovative designs, outstanding voice acting, and an intriguing approach to DC’s iconic characters and stories. The series...

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#SDCC: TokyoPop returns with fun looks at the ‘Making of Zero’s Journey’
Jul22

#SDCC: TokyoPop returns with fun looks at the ‘Making of Zero’s Journey’

The core team at TokyoPop that helped bring The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey graphic novel series to life returned once again to San Diego Comic-Con for a look at the popular new series set in the world of the Tim Burton favorite. DJ Milky (writer, producer, and TokyoPop founder) and Dan Conner (TokyoPop Color Artist) were moderated by Kae Winters (TokyoPop Marketing) for a look into the fun challenges in creating...

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#SDCC: EVERMORE returns once again with updates on their ‘living experience theme park’
Jul22

#SDCC: EVERMORE returns once again with updates on their ‘living experience theme park’

As they move towards their one year anniversary, Evermore park returned once again to San Diego Comic-Con with the goal of informing the targeted audience of geeks about a land of faeries, dwarves, and magic. Josh Shipley (CCO, Evermore Park, former Walt Disney Imagineer) moderated the discussion along with back-of-house superstars Logan Long (creative studio director, Evermore Park; Face Off multiple season contestant), Dave Powell...

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#SDCC: From their own mouths: ‘The State of the Industry (by) Animation Superstars’
Jul22

#SDCC: From their own mouths: ‘The State of the Industry (by) Animation Superstars’

Some of the best parts of San Diego Comic-Con have nothing to do with A-list celebrities, gigantic movie studio announcements, or big-budget activations in the Gas Lamp district. Instead, sometimes some of the most important lasting impressions can come from smaller panels with real ordinary people talking about what they love to do. That’s where panels like The State of the Industry: Animation Superstars can make the biggest...

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