Denver Comic Con 2018 Panel Schedule

I’ll be at booths A2, A4, and A6 if I’m not at one of these amazing discussions. Come see me!

Friday, June 15

Stranger Things – The Horror of Alternate Realities
12:30 – 1:20 pm     Room 605 Sci-Fi / Fantasy
Science fiction, fantasy, and horror can all work together. Panelists discuss how the genres combine together in the show Stranger Things and why we love our genres crossed.

Everything Outlander
5:30 – 6:20 pm      Room 405 – Authors
Come all ye Sassenachs and Highlanders! Let’s fall through the stones for a discussion about the show and the books.

Saturday, June 16

Self-Pub Ain’t Just Writing
10:30 – 11:20 am    Room 405 – Authors
Join us for a discussion on a year in the life of an author publisher

Wynonna Earp, Lady & Legend
11:30 – 12:20 pm     Room 405 – Authors
A discussion all things Earp – baby Alice, the Black Badge division, WayHaught, Bobo, the many colors of Peacemaker, Purgatory, and more.

A Whole New World—Or Is It? It’s All In the Details
2:30 – 3:20 pm          Room 405 – Authors
Four fantasy/sci-fi authors delve into the mysteries of ‘Worldbuilding,’ and share how they created their own fictional worlds. Topics will include: Overdone Tropes in Worldbuilding; How Much Detail is Enough?; How Much Time/Research is Really Needed;  Science-ing Up Your Magic; and Does Fantasy Have to Have Magic To Be Fantasy?

Real Women, Real Strength. Writing Realistic Female Protagonists
4:30 – 5:20 pm          Room 402/403 – Authors
Are ex-Marine Ninja women protagonists passe? Panelists discuss their thoughts on creating realistic female characters who are relatable to readers.

Sunday, June 17

Writing From the Shadows
12:00 -12:50 pm       Room 406/407 – Authors
Many fans have stories of their own, but that doesn’t say these stories are not important. Going deep into worlds through Fan Fiction.

Witches and Ghosts – Pop Culture Staples
1:30 – 2:20 pm       Room 402/403 – Authors
Panelists weigh in on why witches and ghosts have remained some of the most popular themed characters across the span of centuries.