DC announces New York Comic Con panels, teases announcements, surprise guests

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New York Comic Con returns to the Javits Center from Oct. 12-15, and if you’re a DC fan, you’re going to want to be there… or so says DC.

DC has a full slate of panels throughout the weekend, packed to the brim with comic guests (including some surprises), exciting announcements, and never-before-seen material. You’ll find our full convention schedule below.

Thursday, October 12

Elsewhere in the DC Multiverse

  • Thursday, October 12, 12:15–1:15, Room 409
  • Hear directly from some of the superstar writers and artists that are creating epic new storylines that push DC’s Super Heroes and Super-Villains beyond their limits in bold new adventures. Panelists include Brian Buccellato, Tate Brombal, Tirso Cons, Leandro Fernandez, Clay Mann & Seth Mann, Tom Taylor, Matthew Rosenberg.

Friday, October 13

Metropolis All-Stars

  • Friday, October 13, 10:45–11:45, Room 409
  • DC’s all-star comic book writers and artists provide exclusive details on what fans can expect in the City of Tomorrow. Panelists include Jason Aaron, Jadzia Axelrod, Joanne Starer, Joshua Williamson.

Saturday, October 14

Coming Up In the DC Multiverse

  • Saturday, October 14, 2:15–3:15, Room 408 
  • The world’s finest comic book writers and artists provide exclusive details on what fans can expect in some of DC’s upcoming comics and graphic novels. Panelists include Jeremy Adams, Aaron Campbell, Kami Garcia, Tim Sheridan, Si Spurrier, Tom Taylor.

Gotham City Confidential

  • Saturday, October 14, 4:30–5:30, Room 409
  • Whether it’s in the past, present or future, Gotham City has been the backdrop for some of the greatest stories in DC history featuring Batman, his allies and his foes. Panelists include Jason Aaron, Rafael Grampa, Tini Howard, Jorge Jimenez, Joe Quinones, Christian Ward, G. Willow Wilson, Chip Zdarsky.

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