ComicConPunch: NYCC Announcement

comic con punchLove them or hate them, conventions have become the industry standard for fan-engagement and giant announcements. Of course, very few fans can make it to any one con. Fortunately, Retcon Punch is there when you can’t be with our exclusive con coverage, ComicConPunch.

Whether you’ve been distracted by full-page ads or inundated with teaser emails, the buildup to the New York Comic Con has been all but unavoidable. NYCC promises an all-star guest lineup, and panels on everything from the All-New Marvel NOW to an in-depth look at our newest favorite series. Whether you’re interested in potentially earth-shattering announcements or just a quiet conversation with your favorite creators, NYCC has it all.

Can’t make it to the con? No problem! Editors-in-Chief Patrick Ehlers and Drew Baumgartner will be your boots-on-the-ground, bringing you up-to-the-minute coverage as they live tweet the entire event via @RetconPunch, @Patrick_Ehlers, and @d_baumgartner. Be sure to follow all three for photos, videos, and commentary about the con.

They’ll also be bringing you daily roundups, right here on the main site, in our trusted cross-talk format. They’ll be covering everything from industry panels to meetings with creators, and while they have a rough idea of who and what they want to see while they’re there, they would love to hear your suggestions. Want to high-five Kelly Sue DeConnick? Fist-bump Greg Capullo? Lambaste Dan DiDio? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll try to help you live vicariously through them.

10 comments on “ComicConPunch: NYCC Announcement

  1. So, I put together a tentative panel schedule, but Patrick and I haven’t talked about potentially splitting up to cover more. There were some hard cuts to make (I opted for the Lazarus panel over the Women of Marvel panel, for example), but I’m reasonably happy with this. Please let me know if there’s something we are idiots for missing.

    Deadpool Signing & Drink-Up
    Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, Declan Shalvey

    Women in Comics
    Claudia McGivney, Megan Kociolek, Amy Chu, Becky Cloonan, Amily Weisenstein, Erica Schultz, Laura Pope-Robbins

    Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle – PBS Documentary
    Michael Kantor, Prof. Laurence Maslon, Steve Rotterdam, Dennis O’Neil, Ed Catto, Louise Simonson, Mark Waid, Phil Jimenez

    NYCC Thursday Night Kickoff with COmedy Mutant
    Brian Posehn, Jeaneane Garofalo, Mike Drucker, Myq Kaplan

    Marvel: Amazing X-Men and the Marvel Universe
    Brian Wood, Dennis Hopeless, Gerry Duggan, Majorie Liu, Nick Lowe, Peter David

    DC Entertainment – All Access

    Amanda Conner, Derek Fridolfs, Dustin Nguyen, Kyle Higgins, Lee Bermejo, Scott Snyder

    Marvel: Avengers
    Al Ewing, Dennis Hopeless, Jonathan Hickman, Lauren Sankovitch, Nick Spencer, Tom Brevoort

    DC Comics – Batman
    Ann Nocenti, Greg Capullo, James Tynion IV, John Layman, Peter Tomasi, Scott Snyder

    Bleeding Cool – the Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll of Comics, Revealed
    Dan Hart, Grace Randolph, Hannah Means-Shannon, Richard Johnston

    Archer: Discussion and Q&A
    Adam Reed, Aisha Tyler , Amber Nash, Chris Parnell, H. Jon Benjamin , Jessica Walter, Judy Greer, Lucky Yates

    Superman 75th Celebration
    Dan DiDio, Mike Carlin

    Marvel: Inhumanity & All-New Marvel Now
    Axel Alonso, Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen, Mark Paniccia, Nick Lowe

    The Mary Sue Presents Representation in Geek Media
    Jill Pantozzi, Susana Polo, Jamal Igle, Kate Leth, N.K. Jemisin, Phil Jimenez

    Marvel: Cup o’ Joe
    Axel Alonso, Joe Quesada

    DC Comics – The New 52
    Brian Azzarello, Brian Buccellato, James Tynion IV, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Nicola Scott, Paul Levitz

    Vertigo: Defy
    Lee Bermejo, Rafael Albuquerque, Robbi Rodriguez, Scott Snyder, Sean Murphy

    Sunday Conversation with Dan DiDio
    Dan DiDio

    Marvel: House of Ideas

    Kristin Vincent, Nick Lowe, Ronald Perazza, Ryan Penagos, Stephen Wacker

    Lazarus, Family, Wealth, and Violence in the Near-Future

    Greg Rucka, Michael Lark

    Green Lantern – Lights Out!
    Bernard Chang, Charles Soule, Justin Jordan, Robert Venditti, Van Jensen

    Marvel: Superior Spider-Man & Friends
    Dan Slott, Ellie Pyle, Nick Spencer

    • I am insanely jealous that you’ll be at that Deadpool panel.

      and also that you’ll get to see H Jon Benjamin, even if I know him better from Bob’s Burgers than Archer.

      • Anyone checking this list against the official NYCC schedule might notice that the Deadpool signing isn’t actually an NYCC-sanctioned event. Duggan, Posehn, and Shalvey are just meeting up at a nearby bar to sign stuff. Patrick and I are happy to drop everything to check that out.

    • Well, I have no idea what Scott Wegener or Brian Clevinger look like, but I’m committed to doing this for you. How about this: I’ll just hug and squeeze the ass of everyone there. Sound good?

  2. Probably none of these will get answers, but if you get a chance:
    – harass Brian Buccellato/Francis Manapul about what they’ll be writing in 2014
    – ask Ann Nocenti when she’s retiring (mean one, had to jam it in when I saw her name in the Batman panel, sorry)
    – and more seriously, is the cool timeline stuff from the letters column in Lazarus ever going to get included somehow in the trades? I just picked up the first trade today and it isn’t featured, so I’m kind of hoping they’re holding out to include a longer piece of it with volume 2.

    If you get an answer to that last one I’d be super grateful, Enjoy the con!

    • Haha. I don’t know if I can bring myself to speak to Ann Nocenti (I, too was peeved to see her name on a Batman panel), but I can definitely promise to at least try to get answers for the other two. I kind of expect DC to announce Manapul and Buccellato’s next project at the New 52 panel. Either way, these are great questions, and I definitely want to hear them answered.

      • Looks like the Booch/Manapul question is off the table, they‘re taking over Detective! I‘d read a rumor about this last week but being under the impression that they were starting a new series, I didn‘t want to get my hopes up. I‘m stoked, but between that and Batman Eternal, next year is gonna be EXPENSIVE.

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