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Disney at Comic Con 2010

21 July 2010 2 Comments

Disney is well-represented this week at Comic Con 2010 in San Diego. From animated features to Disney Channel shows and Tron: Legacy, Disney will surely be revealing plenty at the event. Here’s what’s in store from the panels this week:

TRON: Legacy

An interactive booth will showcase Tron:Legacy merchandise, toys, and collectibles that will be coming out this fall. On Thursday, a Q&A session will be on tap with a star-studded panel featuring Joe Kosinski, Sean Baily, Steven Lisberger, Jeff Bridges, Olivia Wilde, and more.


A panel featuring heavy-hitters from “V”, which returns for season 2 this November, will include Elizabeth Mitchell, Morris Chestnut, Joel Gretsch, Logan Huffman, and Scott Wolf. Executive producers Scott Rosenbaum and Steve Pearlman will also be included.

“No Ordinary Family” stars Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz will join creators Greg Berlanti, David Semel, and Jon feldman on September 28th.

And “Castle” will be showcased. Returning for a 3rd season in September, the show brings panelists Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Tamala Jones, Seamus Dever, Molly Quinn and Jon Huertas along with the executive producers.

Disney Television Animation

“Phineas and Ferb” — the emmy-winning Disney Channel show — will supply a panel and the world premiere of the episode “Summer Belongs to You”.

The brand new “Kick Buttowski – Suburban Daredevil” debuts at Comic Con this year with a panel including voices and creators.

Disney Interactive Studios

Epic Mickey designer Warren Spector and “Tales of the Wasteland” writer Peter David will explore the concept of bringing the story to life via a Wii video game, comic, and novel.

The Conference promises to be a great one for Disney fans with all the favorites represented and sneak peeks sure to be revealed.


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  • Cinema Dave said:

    So will Dr. Lora Baines (alias Yori) appear?

    Cindy Morgan is in San Diego this weekend!

  • Zane Figg (author) said:

    Dave: I can’t imagine Disney would let an opportunity like that go to waste. I didn’t know she was there though.

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