Celebrities from all corners of the entertainment industry gather at New York Comic-Con to preview their upcoming projects. Since comic books have taken over the entertainment industry, New York Comic Con has become the mecca for fans of science fiction, fantasy, and other niche genres. In other words, this means that this year’s convention will be jam-packed with brand-new trailers, announcements, and other surprises. We have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the concert based on the timetable that has been released.
At this year’s New York Comic Con, held at the Javits Center in NYC, fans will get their first glimpses at many future television shows and films. Scooby-Doo and The Addams Family are receiving high-profile spin-offs with young female stars so that we may get a new take on these classic TV series.
Fans may bid their last goodbyes to beloved characters from long-running shows like “Star Trek” and “The Walking Dead” and get a sneak peek at what’s to come in the next season at this year’s Comic-Con. Meanwhile, the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Super Mario movie will soon be released, perhaps putting to rest any lingering doubts or concerns regarding Chris Pratt’s performance or the film’s overall tone.
The New York Comic Con will be held between October 6 and 9. Many of the premiere trailers are provided to the audience directly after a panel or at some point after NYCC. However, panels themselves are only sometimes webcast online for live viewing.
As we’ve already mentioned, we already know which of our favorite — though I don’t think we know which one yet—shows will have panels as part of their presentation. With the top actors and studios in attendance to provide early looks at what’s to come and fascinating behind-the-scenes details.
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Schedule Of The NYC 2022 Panel
There will be a panel on Season 3 of Outlander, the Walking Dead’s finale, and Roku’s biopic of Weird Al Smith. Eight other events were announced as part of ReedPop’s first peek at October programming. As a result of the pandemic in 2021, the convention moved online. In 2018, it returned to face-to-face meetings.
The panel discussion will include stars Daniel Radcliffe and Evan Rachel Wood, director Eric Appel, and “Weird” Al Yankovic. A panel discussion about making this outlandish biography will take place on November 4 during the trailer’s release. One final panel will be held at New York Comic-Con on Saturday, October 8, by the cast and creators of The Walking Dead.
Outlander will have two panels at New York Comic Con: one with cast members and one with actor Sam Heughan. Among the guests at Diana Gabaldon’s panel will be Duncan LaCroix and David Berry, playing two Highlanders and a Lord on October 9.
The final #Droughtlander episode will conclude with a panel and community meet-and-greet on Saturday. Anne Rice’s modern gothic romance Mayfair Witches will be discussed at New York Comic Con on October 6. The panel will include:
- Madison Taylor-Baez
- Demián Bichir
- Nick Stahl
- Anika Noni Rose
- Grace Gummer
- Ian Foreman
- Kevin Carroll
- Jacob Busters
What To Expect?
Batman’s Bat Wheels and Mystery, Inc.’s Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo will be displayed at this year’s conference. The show’s producers and voice actors will attend the October 9 premiere. A new season of Scooby-Doo will premiere on October 7.
A special sneak peek at CBS’s supernatural comedy Ghosts, and a conversation with cast members are planned for October 6. There will also be a discussion with producers and directors of V/H/S’s newest episode, V/H/S/99: V/H/S Goes To Hell; and two panels hosted by manga and anime distributor VIZ Media: Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War premiere.
Among the stars include Oscar Isaac (Moon Knight), Anas Mount (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds), Melissa Navia (Goosebumps), R. L. Stine (Goosebumps), Frank Miller (Miller/Capullo/Cho), Frank Cho (Miller/Capullo), Freddie Prinze Jr. (She’s All That), Rachel Leigh Cook (She’s All That), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), and Rodney.
Detailed event schedules will be released soon for the upcoming New York Comic Con at the Javits Convention Center on October 6–9.