Last week we previewed our Warner Bros. colleagues’ plans for New York Comic Con, but if you thought that was an end to Time Warner’s presence, you’ve got another think coming.
Our Turner colleagues—including Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, TBS and TNT—will be out in force, presenting a dizzying variety of panels and events, all geared at bringing fans closer to the shows and characters they love.
Where to begin? How about even before the beginning?
New York Comic Con doesn’t officially begin until October 5, but on October 3 make the trip to Queens (to the Socrates Sculpture Park, specifically) for the latest Adult Swim on the Green. Enjoy games, new friends, food trucks and trivia, and a free screening of “Things You’ve Never Seen Before,” a look at what’s on the horizon for Adult Swim—all with Manhattan as a backdrop.
Once Comic Con is underway, there’s plenty more to keep you busy. Check it:
Thursday, October 5
Cartoon Network Presents: Steven Universe (Hammerstein Ballroom, 10:30 a.m.)
Rebecca Sugar and surprise voice talent bring you up to date on this CN fave.
The Librarians and Bad Samaritan with Dean Devlin (Javits Center, 1A10, 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)
Join prolific producer, director and writer Dean Devlin (Leverage, Independence Day, Stargate) for a look inside his company Electric Entertainment’s upcoming projects.
TBS presents Olan Rogers’ Final Space (Hammerstein Ballroom, 3 to 4 p.m.)
Get the low-down on this animated epic comedic adventure coming to TBS, in which a spaceman named Gary is working off a prison sentence and stumbles on a new alien friend.
Steven Universe Autograph Signing (Javits Center, 4th floor signing area, 2 to 3:30 p.m.)
Friday, October 6
Robot Chicken Panel (Hammerstein Ballroom, 1:45 to 2:30 p.m.)
Your pals from Robot Chicken return to NYCC with an extra-exclusive peak at season 9.
Saturday, October 7
Cartoon Network Presents: The Art of the Hero (Paley Center, 11 a.m.)
As part of PaleyFest NY, join creators and artists from Cartoon Network’s most heroic shows to talk about how they have the most epic jobs on the planet! The panel features Ian Jones-Quartey (Creator, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes) Pete Michail (Director, Teen Titans Go!), and John Fang (Executive Producer, Ben 10).
Robot Chicken at the NYCC Private Autographing Area (12:30 to 1:30 p.m.)
Ben 10, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes and Teen Titans Go! Autograph Signing (Javits Center, 4th floor signing area, 4:15 to 5:15 p.m.)
Cartoon Network Presents: Let’s Be Heroes (Javits Center, 3 p.m.)
Special guests from three of Cartoon Network’s fiercest action series come together to share news, sneak clips and answer your questions. Get all your hero tips from Ian Jones-Quartey (Creator and voice of Rad, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes), Ashly Burch (voice of Enid, OK, K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes), John Fang (Executive Producer Ben 10), Greg Cipes (voice of Stinkfly, Ben 10 and Beast Boy, Teen Titans Go!), Pete Michail (Director, Teen Titans Go!) and Tara Strong (voice of Raven, Teen Titans Go! and Ben, Ben 10).
Sunday, October 8
Cartoon Network Costume Party (Hammerstein Ballroom, 10:30 a.m)
Cartoon Network is proud to host THE premiere event for families at NYCC! We’re blowing out this year’s costume ball with a bigger room, fun games, tons of prizes and some new new new new sneak peeks.