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Programming @ San Jose Comic Con (inc James Marsters) | @WizardWorld

UPDATED 29/08/15

PROGRAMMING @ SAN JOSE COMIC CON

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PROGRAMMINGPROGRAMMING ROOM LOCATIONS
ROOM 210 – AWESOME CELEBRITY PROGRAMMING
ROOM 211AB – AWESOME PROGRAMMING
ROOM 211CD – AWESOME MEET & GREETS
ROOM 212 – AWEOSME PROGRAMMING
SHOW FLOOR – AWESOME TABLETOP AND VIDEO GAMING
This awesome programming is FREE with your Wizard World wristband unless otherwise noted. Seating for panels is strictly limited and available on a first-come first-served basis. Only V.I.P. ticket holders are guaranteed seats for designated panels. Panel rooms are not cleared after each session.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 4TH

4:00 – 7:00PM WIZARD WORLD GAMING PAVILION (SHOW FLOOR)
Calling all gamers! Come and enjoy all-day play at the Wizard World Gaming Pavilion! From tabletop hits like Munchkin, Mansions of Madness, and Magic the Gathering to Super Smash Bros., Call of Duty, Mario Kart and beyond, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy! Don’t forget to ask about our gaming tournaments! We’ll see you there!

4:00 – 4:45PM THANKS BUT NO THANKS PRESENTS (ROOM 211AB)
Various Wizard World Fan Geared Short films and presentations from two time Wizard World Film Festers, Thanks But No Thanks Productions. Shorts range from action figure stop motion (A La Robot Chicken), to Super Hero Fan Films, Sketch Comedy and fun. Panel will have prizes and giveaways and is fun for all ages.

4:30 – 5:15PM EVENT AND COSPLAY PHOTOGRAPHY (ROOM 212)
Join a discussion with regionally and nationally known cosplay photographers as we talk about photography etiquette, working with models, dealing with shooting in a convention setting (equipment, lighting, composition, and not blocking walkways and fire exits). We’ll explore the progression from amateur to semi-pro to professional and they various kinds of routes that photographers can take (fashion, journalism, architecture, etc). We'll also have Q&A with the audience to address their questions about how to use those new cameras and gear they just bought and the challenges they've faced.
5:00 – 5:45PM SYMBOLS IN GAME OF THRONES (ROOM 211AB)
With dragons, dogs, wolves, ravens, and so many more, animal symbolism is endlessly significant in Game of Thrones. Discover their meanings in heraldry, in Celtic myth, and other clever correspondences. What do red, green, black, and grey symbolize, in heraldry and fiction? Why does Daenerys wear so much blue? What about golden roses? As George R.R. Martin’s characters chomp on bloody beef, blood oranges, red wine, beets, and pomegranates, they foreshadow the inevitable bloodbaths. Thus the intricately crafted world of books and show has endless depth, revealed in this spoiler-free talk for fans of every flavor.
5:30 – 6:15PM CULTURAL IMAGERY OF GOTHAM CITY AND METROPOLIS (ROOM 212)
Though fictitious, both Gotham City and Metropolis are representative of deeper cultural themes. Their primary significance can be seen through their respective representations of the social issues that exist in the urban environment. The term Gotham also has cultural ties to England which can be seen through the same comic representation. Both Metropolis and Gotham City also hold cross cultural significance with respect to contemporary urban culture and its evolutionary history. Through this exploration of a contrast between urban visions of darkness and utopia, political and economic themes of urban life are illuminated. Both Gotham City and Metropolis clearly offer insight into the evolution of urban culture. Using a cross cultural perspective, the origins and continued evolution of urban culture are explored with respect to the origins and continued evolution of Gotham City and Metropolis.

5:30 – 6:15PM LONGSWORD LESSON WITH ST. MICHAEL’S SALLE D’ARMES (ROOM 211CD)
From Excalibur to Agincourt the longsword is a living link to legends of chivalry, and a weapon that challenges the user as well as the foe. From William Wallace’s last stand popularized in Braveheart, to Aragorn’s Narsil in The Lord of the Rings, to the Doctor dueling the Sycorax: for centuries the long sword has captured the historical and cultural imagination of the West. Kings and Knight, frequently armored, chose this lethal blade for the serious business of warfare. Come have a lesson with St. Michael's Salle d'Armes and learn the martial tradition of the European longsword in a fun and safe environment. En garde!

6:00 – 6:45PM HAPPY HOBBIT: THE WORLD AHEAD (ROOM 211AB)
“Home is behind, the world ahead, and there are many paths to tread…” – J.R.R. Tolkien Join sisters Kellie and Alex Rice (Kili and Fili of the webseries Happy Hobbit) as they go beyond the shire to explore how their geeky roots have blossomed into creative careers. Kellie is also known as K.M. Rice, an author and screenwriter who has worked for both Weta Workshop and Magic Leap, while Alex produces shows and shorts and has her own photography business. Both are excited to share tips on self-publishing, low-budget films, and engaging an online audience.

6:30 – 7:15PM LIGHTSABER TEAM: WHERE FANDOM MEETS FITNESS (MORE FUN AND LESS EXPENSIVE THAN A GYM MEMBERSHIP!) (ROOM 212)
The nerd/geek lifestyle is FUN but usually sedentary and too often leads to obesity, atrophy and social isolation. Light Saber Team turns things around to utilize our nerdy fandoms and geeky passions to help our quest to live healthier lives while having fun and making new friends!

7:00 – 7:45PM COSPLAY FILM MAKING 101 (ROOM 211AB)
DESCIPLE and Facebook film group, THE COLLECTIVE, presents an introduction to making your very own independent cosplay film. From camera gear to costume designs and marketing to prop making, don't miss this presentation that dares to expand the cosplay community by immortalizing your characters through the power of indie films utilizing resources and today's technology. The Collective will also be promoting their upcoming action film festival, HEROFEST, celebrating its 10th year run in the Bay Area.

8:00 – 8:30PM INSIDE THE RING WITH WWE® SUPERSTAR ROMAN REIGNS (ROOM 211AB)
Moderated by Mo Lightning. (“Wrestlingaudio Presents” on CON Radio)

8:30 – 10:30PM CREATOR PRO AM: DRINK & DRAW
Location To Be Announced

SATURDAY, SEPT. 5TH

11:00AM – 6:00PM WIZARD WORLD GAMING PAVILION (SHOW FLOOR)
Calling all gamers! Come and enjoy all-day play at the Wizard World Gaming Pavilion! From tabletop hits like Munchkin, Mansions of Madness, and Magic the Gathering to Super Smash Bros., Call of Duty, Mario Kart and beyond, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy! Don’t forget to ask about our gaming tournaments! We’ll see you there!

11:00 – 11:45AM X-MEN AS A CULTURAL MIRROR (ROOM 212)
The X-Men comics justify the use of the comics medium as a viable means of social communication. It is evident that the X-Men comics vividly address a number of social issues that are alive and well in contemporary culture. This is perhaps one of the primary reasons for the success of this series. Individuals turn to comics as not only a form of entertainment or escapism, but perhaps more importantly for the lessons and hope that can be gleaned from them. X-men offers insight into contemporary cultural issues such as racism, anti-Semitism, and genocide. Characters act in a metaphorical sense as they illuminate the power and necessity of the individual in a culture. The concepts of ethnocentrism and cultural relativism resonate throughout the exploration of such themes as diversity, individualism, religion and the concept of a subculture. Examination of the X-Men comics reveals the power of this futuristic mythos and how it acts as both a mirror and guide to contemporary culture.

11:30 – 12:15PM BODY IMAGE AND DIVERSITY IN COMICS, COSPLAY, & POP CULTURE WITH CHUNKY GIRL COMICS (ROOM 211AB)
The ladies of Chunky Girl Comics, along with their panel of special guests, discuss body image, diversity and body shaming in their world of cosplay and comics. The ladies discuss going from being the picked on fat kids to being confident, feeling sexy and learning to love their bodies. From the chunky kids to plus size models, cosplayers and superheroes, the ladies bring their journey to light. The panelists include both men and women from various industries who will lend their opinions on the issues. The conversation is guaranteed to bring laughs, possibly some inappropriateness and definitely some seriousness. Join us in the conversation! All guests of the panel will receive a free Chunky Girl Comics print!"

12:00 – 12:45PM STORYTELLING WITH MICHAEL GOLDEN (ROOM 211CD)
Join groundbreaking storyteller Michael Golden – known for his work on Dr. Strange, The ‘Nam, G. I. Joe, and Batman – as he shares his fundamental rules for how to craft your story and take it to the professional level.

12:00 – 12:45PM MST3K AND THE ART OF MOVIE RIFFING (ROOM 212)
Since Mystery Science Theater burst onto the scene in 1988, movie riffing has become an art form expanding across the country. Join the cast of Rabbit Ears: The Show in a discussion of favorite MST3K moments, as well as where movie riffing stands in popular culture today. We will also be watching the short films "A Date with Your Family" and "Hemp For Victory," plus a live "riff-off" to a classic short with members of the audience!

12:30 – 1:15PM ADVENTURES IN MIDDLE EARTH WITH BILLY BOYD (ROOM 210)
“Lord of the Rings” fans rejoice! Billy Boyd (Peregrin ‘Pippin’ Took) has traveled far and wide to join us for this very special Wizard World Q&A! This is your opportunity to ask Billy about his life, career, and where his adventures will be taking him next! You don’t want to miss this awesome panel!

12:30 – 1:15PM INSIDE ANIMATION --- A LOOK AT THREE SHORTS BY AWARD WINNING ARTIST KONSTANTIN KOMARDIN (ROOM 211AB)

1:00 – 1:45PM GEORGE LUCAS: FROM PADAWAN TO JEDI MASTER (ROOM 212)
You know everything about Star Wars. You’ve watched all the films, can’t wait until “The Force Awakens,” bought the t-shirts, read the novels, cosplayed as Luke or Leia, stood in-line, and mastered the Star Wars game universe. But how much do you know about the creator of Star Wars, George Lucas? Born in Modesto, CA, George Lucas is the hero of his own amazing tale--a local Northern California boy, Lucas escaped “The Ranch,” traveled to Los Angeles and stood up to the “Evil” Hollywood Empire to become one of the most influential filmmakers of all time. In never-before-seen footage, interviews, and private photos collected from the Lucas family and Lucasfilm archives you have the rare opportunity to experience George’s early days in Modesto and his epic rise to visionary filmmaker. To learn more about George Lucas’s life, his influence on the film industry, film history and our culture read, The Lucas Effect: George Lucas and the New Hollywood, Patti McCarthy (Teneo Press).

1:00 – 1:45PM BODY PAINTING 101 WITH WIZARD WORLD GUEST FIRELIGHT COSPLAY (ROOM 211CD)
Ever want to learn how to Cosplay an alien? Change your skin color to blue for a day? How about getting that perfect temporary tattoo for your next character? Come listen to Firelight talk about her experiences cosplaying all kinds of sci Fi aliens like Twi'leks, Asari, and more! Learn the tricks of which paints to use, how to apply it, airbrushing tips, and tricks to reduce time spent painting!

1:30 – 2:15PM HAIL HYDRA! WITH AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.’S BRETT DALTON (ROOM 210)
Wizard World is proud to add Brett Dalton to our amazing lineup of special guests! Brett can currently be seen as the surprise Hydra spy in ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Now he’s here to answer your burning questions in this special Wizard World panel appearance!

1:30 – 2:15PM WRITING 101: WHAT TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE YOU START WRITING WITH MARV WOLFMAN (ROOM 211AB)
Marv Wolfman brings his infamous writing seminar to San Jose. Miss it at your own risk. Marv Wolfman has created more characters that have gone on to television, animation, movies and toys than any other comics creator since Stan Lee. Marv is the writer-creator of Blade, the Vampire Hunter, which has been turned into three hit movies starring Wesley Snipes, as well as a TV series. Marv was the co-creator of the New Teen Titans comics series, which became a runaway hit show on the Cartoon Network. Marv has also been Editor-in-Chief at Marvel Comics, senior editor at DC Comics and founding editor of Disney Adventures magazine. While at Marvel, Wolfman wrote lengthy runs of Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and Doctor Strange. His best-received work was The Tomb of Dracula, a fledgling horror comic which Wolfman turned into a rich, complex piece of high gothic, well matched with the moody penciling of Gene Colan. Taking Bram Stoker's basic story, Wolfman created his own vampire mythology and introduced a set of new characters, including Blade.

2:00 – 2:45PM ADRIENNE BARBEAU (ROOM 212)
Movie fans know Adrienne best for her performances in “The Fog”, “Escape From New York”, “Creepshow”, “Swamp Thing”, “Back to School”, and “Cannonball Run”. Her recent films include the Academy Award winning “ARGO”. Off camera, Adrienne is the voice of Catwoman in Batman, The Animated Series, Ms. Simone in Scooby-Do on Zombie Island, and Scooter’s Mom in the 3-D animated film Fly Me To The Moon. She can be heard in a myriad of video games: God of War and Halo 4 among them. Now join Adrienne as she takes the Wizard World stage for this special Q&A!

2:00 – 2:45PM U-CRE-8 COMICS PRESENTS: CHARACTER CRAFTERS (ROOM 211CD)
Are you the next GREAT comic creator?! Take the Raconteur's challenge and design your own character from start to finish! Establish powers, design costume ideas, create an origin story and more with U Cre-8 Comics -- the PERFECT jumpstart to YOUR comic universe!

2:30 – 3:15PM THE ART OF SATURDAY MORNING CARTOON PRODUCTION WITH ANIMATOR/DIRECTOR TOM COOK (ROOM 211AB)
Wizard World is proud to present world-renown animator Tom Cook (Tarzan; Flash Gordon; He-Man and the Masters of the Universe; She-Ra Princess of Power). This panel will be a demonstration of the steps taken to bring an idea from script to screen. Cook will begin with a short story of how he became an animator back in the late 1970s and then describe the different departments in an animation studio and what they do to move the development of the cartoon forward. Tom will have a few scenes he has worked on over the years on video and then will open the floor for questions about either the process or any other question you may have. So come out and see first-hand how your favorite cartoons were made!

2:30 – 3:15PM OUT FOR A BITE WITH JAMES MARSTERS (ROOM 210)
Best known for his role as Spike, the platinum blonde vampire on hit shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, James Marsters speaks on everything from his evolution from acting to music, and the projects he plans to conquer in the future. Join James in this special Q&A where he pulls the curtain back on his long and diverse career!


3:00 – 3:45PM SWORDPLAY THROUGH THE AGES (ROOM 211CD)
Experience the violence and finesse that make up historical sword fighting! You will see how swords were used in the period, and what the social and historical implication were. We start with modern fencing and progress back through the years demonstrating assorted sword-fighting techniques and weapons of the past 500 years. We end with armored knights performing longsword tournament combat.

3:00 – 3:45PM CONtv PRESENTS: GREEN POWER RANGER JASON DAVID FRANK (ROOM 212)
Meet the original Green Power Ranger Jason David Frank in this exciting Wizard World panel. Don’t miss your chance to ask questions in this special audience Q&A session with JDF, and learn more about his action-packed new show, premiering exclusively on CONtv!

3:30 – 4:00PM MICHAEL ROOKER VERSUS THE AUDIENCE (ROOM 210)
Michael Rooker, who burst on the scene more than two decades ago in the title role in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, also had key roles in Cliffhanger, The Bone Collector, Mississippi Burning, Sea of Love and Days of Thunder. While many have fit the brute, villain and psychopath type, he has also shown versatility in numerous “good guy” roles in his career, none more apparent than the love-hate fan favorite Merle Dixon on AMC’s acclaimed series, The Walking Dead. Moreover, Rooker’s star continues to rise as with Marvel’s intergalactic superhero team, Guardians of the Galaxy. Being casted as the game hunter, Yondu Udonta of the Zatoan tribe, Rooker has brought his signature flair to the role and marked his stamp onto the Marvel Universe. Don’t wait to join Michael Rooker in this special Q&A!

3:30 – 4:15PM THE TWISTED ROOTS OF COMICS (ROOM 211AB)
How did it all start? And who were the colorful gentlemen, bootleggers and pulp fiction publishers involved? What aspects from this historical period drive the business of comics today? Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson granddaughter of Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, founder of DC comics will moderate a panel with distinguished comics historians—Gerard Jones, (Men of Tomorrow, a groundbreaking history of modern comics) and Mel Gordon, professor at UC Berkeley and author of numerous books on comics history with an emphasis on Jews in the history of comics (Siegel and Shuster's FunnyMan, Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin).

4:00 – 4:45PM CON RADIO PRESENTS: A LIVE RECORDING OF THE CONSMASH PODCAST (ROOM 212)
Recently, conSMASH hosts Billy A. Patterson and Mo Lightning nearly fought to the death on the topic "Which era had the better cartoons: the 80s or the 90s?" (No winner was determined.) Now YOU can help determine the winner of our next "Dorkly Dispute" taking place live from Wizard World Comic Con. Catch up on the show before the show by following @consmash on Twitter.

4:30 – 5:15PM THE ONE AND ONLY BRUCE CAMPBELL
Best known for his roles on the big screen in cult classics Army of Darkness and Evil Dead, as well as his role as Same Axe in the hit TV series Burn Notice, Bruce Campbell has proven to be a force to be reckoned with as an actor, director and author. Don’t miss your chance to ask him your most interesting questions as he makes a special appearance at Wizard World Comic Con.

4:30 – 5:15PM LIGHT SABER TEAM PRESENTS: STAR WARS COSTUMING FOR FUN AND FITNESS (ROOM 211AB)
Join Light Saber Team and their friends from the 501st, Rebel Legion and the Mandalorian Mercs Star Wars costuming groups and learn about movie-quality Star Wars costuming, and how the hobby encourages a healthy self-image and body awareness.

5:30 – 6:00PM IN THE RING WITH WWE® DIVA PAIGE (ROOM 212)
Moderated by Mo Lightning. (“Wrestlingaudio Presents” on CON Radio)

5:30 – 6:15PM JASON DAVID FRANK MEET AND GREET- PAID EVENT (ROOM 211CD)
Here’s your chance to meet the original Green Power Ranger Jason David Frank in a more private setting, away from the convention crowds. Make sure to bring your questions because JDF will have your answers. Must purchase separate ticket for this event.

5:30 – 6:15PM MEET THE STAR’S OF A&E’S EPIC INK (ROOM 211AB)
Epic Ink follows “Area-51 Tattoo” owner Chris 51 and his "out-of-this-world" team of tattoo artists as they bring pop-culture (movies, comics, cartoons, sci-fi and fantasy) to life as living body art in eye-popping ink. Their specialties are hyper-realistic tattoos that are what they like to call, "geek-chic". Come meet the artists behind some of the world’s most incredible geek tattoo art!

6:30 – 7:15PM STAND-UP NERDITY (ROOM 212)
A cadre of northern California's best stand-up comics will perform a comedy show by nerds and for nerds. Topics will range from comics to movies to sci-fi to TV to video games and more. Drop in and get the whole comedy club experience (without the two-drink minimum) without having to leave the comfort of the Con! Featuring comedians Michael O'Connell, Robert Berry, Luke Soin, Damian Harmony, Joe-Joe Louis and Mike Betancourt.

6:30 – 7:15PM CREATING “THE CROW” WITH JAMES O’BARR (ROOM 211AB)
Created when the author when was facing tough times, “The Crow” has grown into a vital part of both comic book & movie history. Join James O’Barr as he revisits the circumstances that lead to the iconic character’s creation, provides his thoughts the upcoming big screen reboot, and explains the process behind his long-time work on Sundown & much more.

7:00 – 9:00PM WIZARD WORLD COSTUME CONTEST WITH PRIZES SPONSORED BY SIDESHOW COLLECTIBLES (ROOM 210)
Hosted by our very own superheroes Mo Lightning and Billy A Patterson, the Wizard World Comic Con Costume Contest is no joke. The best of the best will be dressed to impress in their superhero & pop culture finest, so be prepared for some serious cosplay. Grab your buddies and suit up to take a chance at bringing home the gold! With special guest judges! Anyone interested in participating can sign-up at the Wizard World Information booth inside the exhibition floor on Saturday! Registration closes at 5PM! We’ll see you there!

9:00PM - CLOSE OFFICIAL WIZARD WORLD AFTER PARTY
Just because the show floor is closed doesn’t mean the party skips a beat! Don’t miss the hottest event of the Wizard World weekend! Head on over to the Official Wizard World Comic Con After Party! Location TO BE ANNOUNCED


SUNDAY, SEPT. 6TH

12:00 – 4:00PM WIZARD WORLD GAMING PAVILION (SHOW FLOOR)
Calling all gamers! Come and enjoy all-day play at the Wizard World Gaming Pavilion! From tabletop hits like Munchkin, Mansions of Madness, and Magic the Gathering to Super Smash Bros., Call of Duty, Mario Kart and beyond, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy! Don’t forget to ask about our gaming tournaments! We’ll see you there!

12:00 – 12:45PM THE GREAT ARMOR DEBATE (ROOM 211AB)
Come learn about different ways to build armor from thermoplastic, foam and more. Panel will also cover the pros and cons of each material and live demonstrations.

12:30 – 1:15PM THE MAN OF STEEL: DEAN CAIN (ROOM 212)
Some people are born to be great while others are born to be SUPER! Join Dean Cain as he reflects on his time as the legendary hero in the hit TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman , how playing the Man of Steel has changed his career, what it meant to him to don the cape, the other projects he’s worked on over the years & much more!

12:30 – 1:15PM LIGHTSABER COMBAT WORKSHOP (ROOM 211CD)
Join with Novastar from Sabercombat.com and learn fun and awesome saber combat moves! Create a short fight scene with a partner, and film it for posterity!

1:00 – 1:45PM THE HEROINES JOURNEY WITH AUTHOR PATTI McCARTHY (ROOM 211AB)
We love our heroes—all of them, Frodo, Harry, Luke, but what about our heroine’s—Katniss, Alice, Elsa, or Maleficent? The Heroine’s Journey is just as relevant, timely and important to audiences today as that of the Hero’s Journey outlined by Joseph Campbell in his book, Hero of 1000 Faces, and used by filmmakers, including George Lucas in Star Wars, as a template for many of the most successful Marvel comics and hero films seen today. Dr. Patti McCarthy will discuss what it takes to be a strong heroine and how to structure your story, screenplay, graphic novel or gameplay to connect on a deep mythic level with your audience—Begin the journey now!

1:30 – 2:15PM BEHIND THE SCENES WITH PARTY OF FIVE’S SCOTT WOLF (ROOM 212) Scott Wolf has been a mainstay on television for two decades. His breakout role came on the award-winning drama “Party of Five” as the fan favorite Bailey Salinger opposite Matthew Fox and Neve Campbell. He also starred in Greg Berlanti’s critically acclaimed drama “Everwood” alongside Treat Williams and then went on to star in two ABC series “The Nine” and “V” before appearing in a season-long arc on “NCIS” for CBS. Now he is here ready to meet the fans up close! Be sure to bring your questions, because Scott will have your answers!

1:30 – 2:00PM THE GREEN POWER RANGER HALF-HOUR OF POWER (ROOM 211CD)
Attention children of all-ages, their parents and anyone else that loves karate! Come KICK IT with the Green Power Ranger himself, Jason David Frank, in this special ½ hour long karate class! Though spectators are welcome, please come prepared to get into the action!

2:00 – 2:45PM HEROINES IN THE COMICS FROM EARLY BEGINNINGS TO TODAY (ROOM 211AB)
A treasure hunt for comics heroines in early comics and how they developed into popular female characters in comics today including Batgirl, Supergirl, Red Sonja, Betty and Veronica with recent historical depictions of women such as Margaret Sanger. Moderated by Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson, comics historian and granddaughter of Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, founder of DC Comics with panelists Marv Wolfman who has created more characters that have gone on to television, animation, movies and toys than any other comics creator since Stan Lee, writer-creator of Blade, the Vampire Hunter, New Teen Titans, Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and Doctor Strange and Peter Bagge, writer and artist (Margaret Sanger: Woman Rebel, Buddy Does Seattle, Buddy Does Jersey, Apocalypse Nerd, Reset and Everyone Is Stupid Except For Me).

2:30 – 3:15PM JASON MEWES’ SECRET STASH (ROOM 212)
Jason Mewes is best known for portraying the more vocal half of the duo “Jay and Silent Bob” in the Kevin Smith films. Born in Highlands, New Jersey, he and Kevin Smith were best friends in high school which led to a career in acting and producing. Now he peels back the curtain on his life and career in this special Wizard World Q&A! Bring your question because Jason has your answers!

2:30 – 3:15PM SWORDPLAY THROUGH THE AGES (ROOM 211CD)
Experience the violence and finesse that make up historical sword fighting! You will see how swords were used in the period, and what the social and historical implication were. We start with modern fencing and progress back through the years demonstrating assorted sword-fighting techniques and weapons of the past 500 years. We end with armored knights performing longsword tournament combat.

3:30 – 4:15PM WIZARD WORLD KID’S COSTUME CONTEST (ROOM 212)
Calling all kids ages 13 and under to come out and strut your stuff at the Wizard World Comic Con Kids Costume Contest! You won’t want to miss this Kodak moment packed with a whole lot of fun, laughs and prizes for all participants!
(Serious competitors please note: This is a light hearted event for all skill levels. The Wizard World Adult Costume Contest should be considered for more professional-seeking participants.)

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