This Year, Twilight Will Not Ruin San Diego Comic Con

Two years after the last Twilight panel at San Diego Comic Con, the organisers have learned something.

The The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn panel will take place in Hall H first thing on Thursday, July 21st. First thing.

So there will be no preceding panel full of Twilight fans, not interested in the subject being discussed or previewed, but filling out the hall, sat in their seats, possibly with a complicated urinary system, waiting for the sparkly vampires to arrive on stage to show a clip of the next chapter in the Twilight saga.

Which reminds me, was Twilight in any way inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Twinkle Twinkle, Little Bat” from Alice?

Sorry, where was I? Oh yes.

You’ll still have to stay in line through the night if you have any hope of being one of the six thousand lucky people to fill Hall H. But I think it’s worth it, don’t you?

Also as the panel runs first thing on the Thursday, you can get all your Twilight out of your system in one burst, leaving a Twilight-free convention for everyone else to enjoy.

Twilight fans and the rest of Comic Con living in perfect harmony? It could happen.

Fingers (and crucifixes) crossed.

AliensVampi01CovAHardman

Free On Bleeding Cool – Aliens Vs Vampirella #1 Bechko And Garcia-Miranda

TheTithe_01-1_300_462

Eden’s Fall Is Coming – Read The Tithe #1 For Free

51Cd036s82L

Chuck Dixon’s Hillary Clinton Graphic Novel Smashes Through The Charts On Amazon

Lifespanners Postponed From AfterShock Comics As They Seek A Replacement Artist

Uncharted

Joe Carnahan Taking On Uncharted As Writer

cursed-earth-uncensored-5952a

Judge Dredd’s Creator, John Wagner, Plans To Kill Him Off Forever

nycoutlaws

Hobo With A Shotgun Director To Return With Adaptation Of New York City Outlaws

Marvel’s Axel Alonso Shoots An Arrow To Bleeding Cool’s Head, Over Spoilers

mostwanted

Adrienne Palicki Joins Seth MacFarlane’s Fox Space Comedy; S.H.I.E.L.D. Return Less Likely

Vita

As Of December, DC Comics Will Have Hired Just As Many Black Female Writers As Marvel