San Diego Comic-Con: The Complete List of DC Panels

Over the next four days, there will be hundreds of panels taking place at San Diego Comic-Con. If you’re interested, you can find a complete listing on their website. But if you’re here, there’s a pretty good chance you’re a DC fan and wondering which of those panels are being presented by DC and our friends at Warner Bros.

Seven DC Must-Sees at San Diego Comic-Con

Dozens of panels, scores of signings and about a million things to see in just over four days—if you’re a DC fan who’s going to San Diego Comic-Con, you have your work cut out for you.  By now, you’ve likely flagged all of the panels you’re interested in and are making all of the tough choices—such as whether you’d rather check out the Flash panel, or get in line for the Scott Snyder Batman signing in the DC booth.

You Don't Need a Badge to Experience San Diego Comic-Con

If you’re not going to San Diego Comic-Con, we have one thing to say to you…

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. While thousands of comic book and pop culture fans will soon be descending on San Diego, even more will be watching from home. And if you’re a DC fan, there will be plenty to watch out for. Rebirth, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman’s 75th Anniversary, Batman: The Killing Joke, DC’s Young Animal, Supergirl, The Flash and much, much more are all primed to make a massive splash at this summer’s big show.

Warner Bros. Debuts Eleven New #DCTV Comic-Con Bags

Big, roomy and styled like a backpack, San Diego Comic-Con’s official convention bags are the perfect way to tote around your swag and purchases while walking the floor. If you’ve been to Comic-Con, you’ve seen the bags, and they’re back again this year, courtesy of Warner Bros. who have provided the official bags for the past seven years.

Squad Up for Your Chance to Attend San Diego Comic-Con

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DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Jill Thompson

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons throughout 2015 and featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, celebrated illustrator Jill Thompson shows how she creates comics using her signature watercolors by drawing a character for which she's become known—The Sandman. Utilizing tools and processes not typically used in comic art, it's a truly unique demonstration caught at last year's San Diego Comic-Con. 

NOTE: Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties the opening of this art demo wasn't recorded, but we felt it was still worth sharing what we captured.

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DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Alex Sinclair

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons throughout 2015 and featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, colorist extraordinaire Alex Sinclair shows us how helps finish the work of artists like Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, Ivan Reis and more. How long does it take him to color a page? Which artist's work is the most challenging to color? How did video gaming help him become a more efficient colorist? Sinclair answers these questions and more...all while showing us how he colors a Jim Lee Batman cover.

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DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Lea Hernanadez and Merrill Hagan

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons throughout 2015 and featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, it's Go! time with Lea Hernandez and Merrill Hagan, two of the colorful creators behind our Teen Titans Go! comic book. Lea and Merrill discuss the difference between writing stories for the show compared to the comic, sing the praises of waffles and debate whether Beast Boy v Cyborg is the new Batman v Superman.

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