This Zombie t-shirt is part of a promotion for Capcom's Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles Wii game, and will be handed out at the Con. It's fantastic, though I dread the sea of shirtless Conners this will likely inspire.


io9 Helps You Rethink Your Existence:
10:30-11:30 Science Fiction That Will Change Your Life. The staff of, Eisner Award winning author Douglas Wolk (Reading Comics), and others talk about science fiction from the last year that does more than blow things up. It might also blow your mind. What science fiction should you be reading and watching if you want your brain to grow so big it pops out of the top of your skull and starts throbbing and shooting lasers? We've got tips.
Where: Room 8


Tron 2 In 3D: Zoom-Zoom Go The Light Cycles
11:00-12:30 Disney: 3D PanelDisney. Check out footage from A Christmas Carol, Alice In Wonderland and, most importantly, Tron. Special guests include Robert Zemeckis, Tim Burton, Sean Bailey, Steve Lisberger, and moderator Patton Oswalt.
Where: Hall H

IDW Pits Zombies Against Terminators:
11:00-12:00 IDW editors, creators (including Ashley Wood (Zombies vs. Robots), and Steve Niles (30 Days of Night)) and founder Ted Adams discuss the evolution of the company and look ahead at the future, complete with special announcements of upcoming IDW projects. Hopefully this includes a lot more on their Terminator, Trek and Dr. Who Comics.
Where: Room 10

11:45-12:45 DC: Superman: Two Worlds-Find out the future plans for America's Boy Scout. Don't miss it — it should be full of juicy announcements including more on Geoff Johns' new version of Supes' Secret Origin.


Scott Pilgrim's Deepest Secrets
12:00-1:00 Spotlight on Bryan Lee O'Malley. He's going to chat about Scott Pilgrim, and hopefully spill some hints about the final book in the series. What is the deal with Gideon and Ramona, anyway?

LongBox Digital
12:00-1:00 LongBox Digital Comics- CEO Rantz Hoseley tells all about the self-styled iTunes of comics. Is this really the future of the medium? And if so, where's our iPod of comics? Go and demand an answer to that one.

Mondo Marvel
1:00-2:00 Mondo Marvel- The first big Marvel event of the con brings together creators like Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron and the invincible Paul Tobin to tease what's to come in the darkly-reigned-in House of Ideas over the next few months.


11:15-12:15 The Middleman Cast Reunion and Lost Episode Table Read. Creator Javier Grillo-Marxuach and the complete Middleman cast reunite and read through the lost 13th episode. Do not miss it.
Where: Room 6A

Richard Hatch BSG Through The Years
12:30-1:30 Richard Hatch will lead the crowd in a Battlestar Retrospective with a bunch of BSG alums including Bear McCreary, Michael Tayler and Kevin Grazier. God willing, he will go off on a "get off my lawn" rant about how things were better in the olden days of suited cylons, when Starbuck was a boy.
Where: Room 6A

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs
12:45-1:30 3D Showcase: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, The Hole, The Final Destination. See the townsfolk of Chewandswallow come to life and watch as Bill Hader teaches them all what cheeseburger rain tastes like, in 3D. Later on at 2 PM, in room Room 6BCF the whole cast will gather for a longer panel, talent includes: Anna Faris, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Bobb'e J. Thompson, and directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord. So if you're a super cloudy fan you won't want to miss that, but you will be giving up your Hall H spot — decisions, decisions.
Where: Hall H


Kick-Ass Women Talk About Being Kick Ass
1:15-2:15 Entertainment Weekly: Wonder Women: Female Power Icons in Pop Culture. Entertainment Weekly is hosting a panel of genre goddesses including THE Sigourney Weaver, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Zoe Saldana. Learn how to deal in an alien infested space ship or coping with a bunch of annoying love triangles on a stuck on a magical island.
Where: Ballroom 20

Bleed Out Your Ears Amogst Fan Screams For Astro Boy And Sparkle Vamps
1:45-2:45 Summit Entertainment Previews Astro Boy and New Moon. Get ready for the screaming, be it from Anime fans or the Twilight masses. Summit's panel of new movies is sure to excite you all into a weepy heap on the floor, just give in to the crowd fervor and let it wash over you like sparkly body glitter. But seriously, don't miss the Astro Boy clips, that film looks super sharp.
Where: Hall H

Robot Chicken Panel
3:00-4:00 Robot Chicken's Seth Green (one of us!), Matthew Senreich, Tom Root, and Doug Goldstein join up with with Chris McKay, Breckin Meyer, Kevin Shinick, Mike Fasolo, and Dan Milano to discuss the popular Adult Swim series Robot Chicken.
Where: Room 6A


3:00-4:15 Eep, it's finally time to see the insanely hyped up James Cameron Opus Avatar. Gauging the crowd's reaction to the 3D footage will clearly set the bar on whether or not this space journey was worth the 14-year wait.
Where: Hall H

Terry Gilliam
4:30-5:15 The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus will hopefully be screening new clips featuring the stellar cast, and Gilliam will be attempting to explain what this trippy movie is all about. Plus a conversation with Gilliam is not to be missed, it being the 40th Anniversary of Monty Python and all.
Where: Hall H

Scare Yourself Silly With New Pandorum Clips
5:15-5:45 New space horror Pandorum takes the stage and hopefully will shed some light on this dark flick that may or may not be all in your hyperspace-frozen mind. Producer Paul Anderson will be there with Ben Foster, Cung Le.
Where: Hall H


Kick Ass
5:45-6:30 Will the movie be as bloody as the super-graphic comic? Plus, I'll wait in line anytime to see Nic Cage in person. The superhero cast of Nicolas Cage, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and comic co-creator John Romita Jr. will all be on the panel, plus one surprise guest — who will it be?
Where: Hall H

The Science Behind Science Fiction
6:00-7:00 What's real and what's fake? Discover magazine and the National Academy of Sciences' Science and Entertainment Exchange host a panel of experts, to talk the future of science. The weighty panel of experts include: moderator Phil Plait (Discover magazine contributing editor and blogger), Jaime Paglia (co-creator and executive producer of Eureka), Kevin Grazier (science consultant, Eureka, Virtuality), Jane Espenson (executive producer, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Rob Chiappetta and Glenn Whitman (staff writers, Fringe), and Ricardo Gil da Costa (neuroscientist and consultant on Fringe).
Where: Room 6DE

Zombie Walk
7:30PM show up early and get zombiefied with your undead mates, then shamble through Downtown San Diego, sponsored by the Zombieland folks.
WhereL Meet at the NW corner of 4th & Broadway (look for palm trees)


Browncoats Host Dr. Horrible
8:00-10:00 Talk about the best of both worlds, the California Browncoats will be hosting a screening of the original three acts from Dr. Horrible. There is always room for more Horrible.
Where: Room 6A