Baltimore Comic-Con 2019 Announces Panel Programming

With its show but a mere weeks away, Baltimore Comic Con has shed some details on what it has in store for fans in regards to programming. Curious to know the specifics? Then check out the official press release featured below...

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - October 7, 2019 - The 20th annual Baltimore Comic-Con returns to the Baltimore Convention Center the weekend of October 18-20, 2019. Tickets are available now for General Admission, VIP, and Ringo Awards! Our Panel schedule is now set, and we're excited to let you know what programming to look forward to at the show this year!

Friday features spotlights on Brian K. Vaughan and William Stout. John McCrea and Russ Braun talk about their comic work, and Howard Chaykin discusses his series, Hey, Kids! Comics! And Disney Fine Artist Clinton T. Hobart begins a painting that he'll complete over the weekend and will be given away in a raffle Sunday.

Saturday, publisher panels include AHOY, AfterShock, and Source Point Press. Jim Lee appears in a special spotlight panel, as do Garth Ennis and Ty Templeton. Meet media guest Joel Stoffer, Juanjo Guarnido, Thom Zahler, Greg Hildebrandt, and Mark Buckingham discuss this year's Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook prior to the art auction.

Sunday, check out panels from Valiant and AfterShock, and special panels with media guests Jonathon Schaech, Tara Strong (featured above) and Greg Cipes, and Aaron Douglas. And Shea Fontana talks about writing, Tom King and Mitch Gerads talk comics, discover the Art of Inking, and Kevin Nowlan is spotlighted.

And of course, don't let your children miss the excitement scheduled for the Kids Love Comics Pavilion!


(Please note, all times and panels shown are subject to change.)

Room 339-342

2:45-4:45 - Brian K. Vaughan Meet & Greet (Ticketed event)

5:00-6:00 - Brian K. Vaughan Spotlight

Brian K. Vaughan, the writer and co-creator of Y: The Last Man, Paper Girls, Saga, Runaways, and more, steps into the spotlight for a panel no fan will want to miss.

Room 343-344

2:00-3:00 - Depression and the Creative Mind

Moderated by John Gallagher