SDCC10: Radical Publishing Announces San Diego Comic-Con Schedule

In the rush to get things ready for our coverage of Comic-Con we occasionally miss information that we should have shared. One such instance is news from our fiends at Radical Publishing who will have a high profile panel and presence in San Diego this year.

A couple days ago they released their full schedule of events and we want to make sure and bring it to you before the Con starts in earnest tomorrow. Some of the guests for their panel include a veritable who’s who of comic book writers and artists including Jimmy Palmiotti, Rick Remender, Matt Cirulnick, David Hine and Keith Arem.

Plus, their panel will be moderated by non-other than Harry Knowles and they will have special appearances by Wesley Snipes, Antoine Fuqua and Sam Worthington. How’s that for entertainment?

So, if you’re in San Diego, be sure to catch all of these folks, and more, coming directly from Radical Publishing.

Click through for the complete press release giving you even more details. Also, check out the Radical Publishing website.

Creators Panel
Thursday July 22
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Location: Room 32AB

Hosted by Harry Knowles (AintItCoolNews.com) featuring Jimmy Palmiotti, Rick Remender, Peter Milligan, Matt Cirulnick, David Hine, Arvid Nelson, Nick Percival and Keith Arem!

Booth #3735 Signing Schedule
Thursday: A special EARP: SAINTS FOR SINNERS signing with Matt Cirulnick, M. Zachary Sherman and Kyushik Shin; plus signings from Jimmy Palmiotti, Nick Percival, David Hine and Rick Remender!

Friday: Jimmy Palmiotti, Paul Gulacy, David Hine, Arvid Nelson, Peter Milligan, Rick Remender and Keith Arem.

Saturday: A special AFTER DARK signing with Antoine Fuqua, Wesley Snipes and Peter Milligan; an OBLIVION signing with Joseph Kosinski and Arvid Nelson; THE LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME signing with Producer and star Sam Worthington and Creator and Writer Rick Remender; and DAMAGED and PATRIOTS signing with creators Michael Schwarz and John Schwarz (Full Clip Productions).

Sunday: David Hine, Jimmy Palmiotti, Paul Gulacy and Nick Percival.

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