SDCC 2010 – in photos

SDCC 2010 – in photos

By DCE Editorial Wednesday, August 4th, 2010
And you thought we were done with SDCC 2010 posts! Well, far from it. While at the show, we managed to snag a number of pictures – of fans, creators and other assorted highlights from the show. So, scroll below for a visual recap of the event, courtesy of my cellphone camera and others. Click below to begin. imag0023 The con floor, before the flood of fans. It will never be this quiet again. imag0024 Who lifted the White Lantern power battery? From the DC DIRECT booth. imag0026 imag0027 Our very own Dan DiDio MC’s the Thursday DC NATION panel. imag0035 Kevin Smith makes a surprise appearance at the BATMAN: WIDENING GYRE panel. Batman Group Editor Mike Marts looks on. imag0038 Smith signs at the DC booth. imag0046 Ian Sattler looks on during the Grant Morrison spotlight panel. imag0048 Geoff Johns and Grant Morrison wait for Dan to call them up to the stage. imag0057 Wonder Woman writer J. Michael Straczynski with Wonder Woman (sporting her new duds!) and a blurry Darkseid. imag0064 imag0059 imag0071 A few shots from the How to Draw Batman panel, which was a real treat for fans, as they got to see Jim Lee, David Finch and Dustin Nguyen take turns sketching the Dark Knight on a projector. Very cool look at the artistic process. imag0073 Jim polishes off a sketch for a fan after the How to Draw panel. imag0077 Grant Morrison signing at the DC booth. imag0080 Hey, Identity Crisis writer Brad Meltzer stops by to say hi to Grant as he signs! imag0084 A Catman doll made especially for Gail Simone. This photo was taken during a rare lunch break! sdcc-003 ACTION COMICS writer Paul Cornell poses with a fan dressed up as Vertigo’s Death, who’ll be appearing in ACTION COMICS #894. Hat tip to GRAPHIC CONTENT’s Pamela Mullin for the photo. imag0089 imag0090 A few shots from the dramatic reading of WONDER WOMAN #601, which took place at the JMS Spotlight panel, and featured pages from the issue being projected onto a screen as actors read the dialogue. imag0105 Dan and Jim close out the show with the DC Town Hall Meeting panel on Sunday.