In the world of comic-cons, the San Diego con is the biggie, and every fanboy's dream. This is the one where the entertainment world pulls out all the stops and sends their big names for big panel discussions and appearances. This year, Jack Coleman, our own second Steven Carrington of "Dynasty," is certainly riding the wave of popularity for his new show "Heroes," which blasted out of the gate at NBC last fall and hasn't stopped smokin' since. Meanwhile, his former co-star Tracy Scoggins, our own Monica Colby who was mentioned just a post or two ago as highly favored in the new "Babylon 5" DVD movie, is also riding pretty high these days. Both of these "Dynasty" alums will be appearing at the San Diego Comic-Con International.
Coleman will participate in a Q&A session with his "Heroes" castmates at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, July 28 at the show. A clip from the show's second season will also be shown.
Scoggins will join the panel discussion of "Babylon 5: The Lost Tales" after a showing of footage from the film, which releases at the end of the month. That panel happens at 6 p.m. Friday, July 27.
And, just to make this comic-con a BRBTV triple-shot, Bruce Timm, executive producer/director/writer of the new "Superman Doomsday" animated film and executive producer/director/writer and whatever else for our beloved "Batman: The Animated Series," will also appear. He'll be part of a panel discussion accompanying the showing of the "Doomsday" film at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 26. Timm's partner in crimefighting Paul Dini will also attend the con (guess that makes it a quadruple shot, eh?).
To see the full schedule, check out the SlashFilm.com site, or the San Diego Comic-Con International official site.