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Conan O'Brien loves going where no late night talk show host has gone before. He's taken his TBS show, Conan, on the road each year since the series launched in 2010, traveling to Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, Dallas, and, most recently, Cuba.
So, what's next for this traveling talk show? Conan recently announced his show will be the first to broadcast live from San Diego Comic-Con from July 8-12, 2015. Conan has booked the Spreckels Theater in downtown San Diego where, for the first time, the show will tape and air new episodes on Friday and Saturday.
Watch out San Diego Wellington, New Zealand is is launching a Comic Con of its own.
New Zealand is already a top destination for geeks who love Lord of the Rings, and now Wellington is ready to launch the first NZ Comic Con.
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San Diego Comic-Con is just a week away and this year there will be no shortage of TV panels for fans to attend. More than 60 television shows will be represented at SDCC, taking place in the San Diego Convention Center July 24 - 27.
Since it can be overwhelming to pick and choose which to attend, here's our Top Ten Must-See TV Panels at SDCC 2014.
Yesterday we told you how to get tickets to one of this year's biggest pop culture cons, WonderCon, but what if you want to be more involved?
WonderCon Anaheim 2014 is looking for volunteers who want to give back to their fellow geeks while earning free admission to the convention.
Tickets are still available for 2014's WonderCon Anaheim, but apparently they're going fast.
The pop culture expo, taking place April 18-20, is put on by the same folks behind San Diego International Comic-Con and recently made the move to the Anaheim Convention Center from the Bay Area to accommodate more fans. As the Con has grown, so has its roster of movie and television panels, comic previews, autograph sessions, book-signings, and screenings.
Comic fans will have a brief reprieve from the stress of purchasing San Diego Comic-Con badges for 2014.
Yesterday, organizers announced they’re postponing the always chaotic ticket-buying process for preregistered attendees until early next year so they can “fine-tune” the online system.
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After spending this last weekend at Fan Expo Canada, we've learned that bigger isn't always better. Here are some of the clear advantages Fan Expo has over San Diego Comic-Con:
· Less Waiting
Being used to the mega-lines at San Diego Comic-Con, where fans start queuing up the night before, we were panicked when we arrived at our first Fan Expo panel a mere two hours early. The panic quickly subsided once we arrived to find only two fans in line early. This ended up being normal for the panels, leaving plenty of time to enjoy other events and the rest of the conference.
Today the 19th annual Fan Expo Canada kicks off in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and now that you know how to get your tickets, here's a look at some of the panels you won't want to miss.
Since no pop culture convention is complete with a visit from Stan lee, the comic icon will speak at 7:30 p.m. tonight in Room 105. Tomorrow, the 1980s are back with David Hasselhoff (4:00 p.m. in Room 105) and Hulk Hogan Uncensored, a ticketed event taking place in Room 102 at 8:00 p.m.
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For the first time foodies are getting their own panel at San Diego Comic-Con. A Feast For Your Eyes: Creativity In Comics and Cuisine will bring together 5 panelists to discuss the similarities in the creative processes of artists and chefs.
The panel's official description reads, "Cooking is creativity. Food is art. In so many ways, the connections between food and comics on a creative level are everywhere. A chef's knife is the equivalent of an artist's pencil or brush. Their kitchens are their canvases. Both chefs and artists are only limited by their own imaginations; they both use their tools to take what is in their minds and create masterpieces in different mediums. But the processes are the same, and that's what panelists will be exploring in this open discussion."
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Did you miss out on getting a badge for the International Comic-Con this year? Don't worry, there is still plenty you can do in San Diego this week without one. Here's a look at our top 8 picks:
· The Walking Dead Escape
The Walking Dead Escape is back this year giving fans of the show a chance to be a zombie or a victim in an apocalyptic obstacle course. Tickets for zombies, victims, and spectators can be purchased online at thewalkingdeadescape.com.
If you lost out on getting San Diego Comic-Con Badges when they first went on sale back in February, you have one more shot.
Four-day badges are still completely sold out, but a few thousand single-day badges are available now via a resale lottery. Yesterday, Comic-Con International announced they have 3,100 Saturday badges - the most coveted of them all - that were returned or cancelled and will be distributing them through a random drawing.
Wizard World, which hosts Comic-Cons in cities around the country including Portland, Nashville, Chicago, and Austin, has announced a return to NYC with the "New York City Experience."
Wizard World will bring together celebrities, comic creators, sports stars, and exhibitors for the 2013 Wizard World New York City Experience on the weekend of June 28-30, 2013.