Transformers San Diego Comic Con 2018 Thursday and Friday Events #SDCC2018
Saturday, July 7th, 2018 2:55am CDTCategories: Comic Book News, Movie Related News, Toy News, Event News, Digital Media News
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Comic-Con 2018: Transformers: Unicron and Beyond
Thursday, July 19 • 10:00am – 11:00am Room 29AB
The planet-eater Unicron has arrived, and nothing will be spared! IDW editor-in-chief John Barber, associate publisher David Hedgecock, editor David Mariotte, Hasbro’s director of global publishing Michael Kelly, and creators behind the blockbuster event of the summer fill you in on what’s in store for the Autobots and offer a hint at what comes next.
Comic-Con 2018: Hasbro Transformers
Thursday, July 19 • 11:00am – 12:00pm Room 29AB
Be the first to hear about new Transformers toys and products that have yet to hit store shelves straight from the design and marketing teams at Hasbro. There is a lot of buzz for Bumblebee: The Movie hitting theaters in December. Roll in to get a glimpse at the Transformers products inspired by the film, including new figures in the Generations Studio Series collection. Then, get your cyber-goggles ready for a look at the first reveals from the highly anticipated upcoming Generations War for Cybertron trilogy line. Set sights on Cyberverse, the exciting new animated show is full of new characters and familiar stories. Fly in to sneak a peek at the series and several of the new toys not yet revealed. Many new Transformers initiatives from some trusted partners will be shared, as well as the induction of the 2018 Transformers Hall of Fame members.
Comic-Con 2018: Writing Great Dialogue
Thursday, July 19 • 6:00pm – 7:00pm Room 9
Short. Meaningful. Memorable. How do you write great dialogue? What works and what doesn’t work? Writers from animation and comics, including Nicole Dubuc (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Transformers: Rescue Bots), Marsha Griffin (Guardians of the Galaxy, Miles from Tomorrowland), Craig Miller (Curious George, Beast Wars), Eugene Son (Avengers: Secret Wars, Saint Seiya), and Matt Wayne (Justice League Unlimited, Cannon Busters) talk about how to craft a great line.
Comic-Con 2018: Hollywood Location Scouts
Friday July 20, 2018 1:00pm – 2:00pm Room 9
They found Jumanji in Hawaii, Skull Island in Vietnam, Hogwarts in England, and Wakanda in South Africa. Working alongside directors and production designers, location scouts are the visual artists who bring forth every place that you see on the screen. Six location scouts will discuss the creative and logistical aspects of their jobs, relate some exciting anecdotes, and answer audience questions. Moderator Scott Trimble (Bad Times at the El Royale,The Cabin in the Woods) hosts Location Managers Guild International panelists Scott Alexander (Stephen King’sIt,Orphan Black), Duncan Jones (Aquaman,Thor: Ragnarok), Manny Padilla (The Man in the High Castle,Transformers: Age of Extinction), Golden Swenson (Face Off,The Dark Knight Rises), and Georgette Turner (Wonder Woman,Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them).
Comic-Con 2018: Bumblebee
Friday July 20, 2018 5:00pm – 6:00pm Hall H
Paramount Pictures brings Transformers to Comic-Con Hall H for the first time with Bumblebee. Director Travis Knight will be joined by star Hailee Steinfeld and cast in a panel moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s Anthony Breznican.
Comic-Con 2018: Making a Living Off of Your Art
Friday July 20, 2018 7:30pm – 8:30pm Room 8
Artist Lee Kohse (Disney, DreamWorks), voice actor Jon Bailey (Honest Trailers, Transformers), writer Brendan Hey (Robot Chicken, Dawn of the Croods), art curator Doug Dreier, and educator Sean Glumace (Adobe education leader) discuss the business of being creative and answer your questions. Learn how to generate revenue, promote yourself online and offline, deal with clients and commissions, and more. Moderated by Johnny Kolasinski (podcaster and arts advocate). Two lucky attendees will win a 12-month subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud (a $599 value) courtesy of Adobe education leader Sean Glumace.