It’s less than two weeks until 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International will host more than 150,000 fans of sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes and other pop culture, and SDCC has now released the entire panel schedule for this year’s big show. If you haven’t been to the modern-day Greatest Show on Earth, it should at least be on your bucket list, but beware: if you attend the show once you’ll want to keep going back.
Tickets as usual were sold out months ago, but for those attending this year’s show, we have some quick links to the event list so you can start planning your days now.
This year’s panels prove yet again that you shouldn’t listen to the naysayers who claim SDCC doesn’t focus on comic book artists and writers. Even more events are occurring this year focused on the comic book medium, including benchmarks like Batman’s 75th anniversary. Yet there are also all of those big panels planned full of this summer’s movie blockbusters and big-name casts and the casts and creators of your favorite television series.
First and most importantly you’ll want to download to your smart phone the SDCC handy My Schedule app here. We’ve used it before and it’s a great help when you’re in the crowd and can’t get into one panel but you want to try the dash for another one or you just get tired of walking the main hall with Artists’ Alley and the dealer booths and you want to sit down and see something new for an hour.
Having trouble choosing from all the panels? We think the biggest event and best bang for your buck will be the Warner Bros. panel we previewed a few days ago here with pilots and previews of DC Entertainment series The Flash, Constantine, Gotham, and Arrow. After the break we pulled some other panels you might like if you follow borg.com regularly.
Here are the quick links to each day’s panel events for SDCC 2014:
Here are some panels to consider (after the break):