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SDConCast 7/26/2020 - You're Already Home, But You Can't Stay Here?
It's the last hour of Comic-Con @ Home! The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog welcomes back Patrick Ballesteros as he sketches live! He'll be drawing characters in line for that one laaaaaast exclusive — and you get to call out which characters he draws! At the end of the session, the drawing will be put up for sale online, with proceeds benefitting the United Way of San Diego. Meanwhile, The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog team will discuss how SDCC went being virtual as well as count down to the "end of the con."
SDConCast 7/25/2020 - SDCC Online Special Event
San Diego Comic-Con has been cancelled for 2020 (physically at least). But we're still here, so we're going to bring some of Comic-Con to you virtually. This is going to be a celebration with special guests, information on how to support artists and exhibitors who would have been at SDCC, and probably even some prizes.
Zachary Levi, Nerd HQ co-founder and actor (Shazam!, Chuck)
Yvette Nicole Brown (Community, Talking Dead)
Patrick Ballesteros, artist
Brittany Curran (The Magicians)
Victoria Ying, author/illustrator
Adam McArthur (Star vs. the Forces of Evil)
Darin De Paul (Overwatch, Shazam!)
Join us for fun, news, and come together as part of the SDCC community.
SDConCast 7/15/20 - Pin This To Your Vision Board
It's time for the final SDConCast before #SDCCOnline! This month our guest is Suman Chatterjee, Co-Owner and Art Director of Yesterdays. He'll join us to talk about pins and cons. We'll also discuss the #SDCC schedule, news, exclusives, and more.
SDConCast 6/10/20 - The Center Of It All
It's time for this month's SDConCast, the official podcast of the San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog. SDCC is still cancelled, but we're still going to do a show. This month our guest is Gil Cabrera, former Chairman of the San Diego Convention Center Board of Directors. He'll join us to talk about what it takes to host the most popular comic convention in the world. And about chocolate.
Join us for an informative show!
SDConCast 5/6/2020 - Some Things Never Change
We're back for Season 9 of SDConCast, the official podcast of the San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog. Despite the cancellation of SDCC 2020 we're going to keep on doing what we do (with a few alterations). Our special guest this month is our first threepeat, the stellar Mark Evanier. We're going to talk all things Comic-Con and more.
Join us for the kickoff of our most unusual season yet!
SDConCast 4/11/20 - WonderCon Online 2020
WonderCon 2020 has been postponed, but that doesn't mean we can't bring some virtual WonderCon to your home. The SDCC Unofficial Blog is bringing together an array of special guests in one big 3 hour telecast. We are spotlighting the #WonderConOnline effort to help all those artists and vendors hit hard by the loss of income.
Join us for all or part of this epic event! Support artists and vendors any time by checking out the #WonderConOnline hashtag on social media.
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The BEST guidance for navigating SDCC
I have gone to 5 SDCC’s and this was the first time I listened to the podcast. What a difference! I rarely waited on lines and got to see interesting panels that I might have otherwise overlooked. Thank you so much for putting this together. SUPER helpful. Please continue to do this every year. I will be back.
I listened to this episode hoping to hear thoughtful analysis on content and experiences the hosts had at SD Com Con. This reminded me of the office episode where Dwight waits in line to comment to the shareholders, and he first comments to them how inefficient the lines were with a roar of approval from the crowd. Then he continues to analyze how inefficient the lines were and how they could be improved, at which point the audience realizes he’s a weirdo.
The hosts here do the same. It was as if they were just talking to one another without a goal in mind, simply meandering through superficial topics like lines, security, pins and wrist bands. One point when the host mentions his favorite panel was the marvel panel “by far,” he leaves it like that, with no indication of why it was a good panel🤦🏽♂️. Hopefully in the future they will discuss content and their specific experiences af SD Com Con 2019.
Best San Diego Comic-Con Blog EVER!!!
Seriously, the best SDCC blog.
Provides SO much information and updates. Keep up the great work.