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MorrisonCon 2012’s Panels That Missed the Cut

MorrisonCon 2012’s Panels That Missed the Cut

The Outhouse reveals five panels that were cut from MorrisonCon



Source: ThanosCopter Newswire

Grant Morrison’s MorrisonCon revealed its full schedule yesterday, which includes occult rituals, ‘brain-blurring cocktails’ and zombies.  While the convention programming certainly tinkers with the bizarre, the Outhouse has learned that there were several panels that were discarded at the last second.

How to Deal with Editors Too Unenlightened to Understand Your Scripts

When creating a script that transcends the mortal plane and acts as a ethereal spirit magnet, there’s always a chance that your editors are too tied to the material world to understand the brilliance of what’s going on.  This panel will show some easy ways to explain complex concepts such as “subconscious narratives”, “occult transmogrification” and “Cthgorogmathornalicon” using puppets and small words.  Featuring a real DC editor that attendees will be able to practice their pitches on!

Cocks, Computers and Capes: Internet Fanboy Sexuality in the 21st Century

The Internet fanboy is a critical but oft-misunderstood part of today’s comic book culture.  This panel will explain the best ways of titillating and seducing Internet fanboys using words, animals and barely legal teenagers in a classy way that is accepted by both mainstream publishers and law enforcement agencies.

How to Transform Your Drug Ramblings into Dialogue

Inspiration is often best found while under the influence of mind-transforming drugs.  However, it can often be hard to express coherent dialogue when your hands shake and your mind is transmitting in a lost language understood only by residents of the lost continent of Lemuria.  This panel will give some helpful hints at how to transform your hallucinatory grunts and squeals into dialogue worthy to go into a top-tier comic book.

How to Classily Handle a Decades Long Feud with Other Creators

Grudges between creators occurred long before Twitter or Facebook.  This panel will examine how to handle a creator feud with dignity and class while being able to wish death, financial ruin and the extinguishing of souls by the Spirit Predators of the Thirteenth Dimensions.  Remember, classiness is not about what you say, but in how you say it.

DC All Access Panel

DC Head Honcho Dan Didio stops by to give you full access to all your favorite DC characters.  Featuring no new announcements, revelations that your favorite characters still won’t appear in any comic books during the next four months and generally masturbatory self-congratulations about the success of an over-hyped gimmick that’s already shown signs of weakness.






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