Oni has released their panel schedule for San Diego Comic Con!
If you make it to the con, check out Oni's programming:
Saturday, JULY 14 2012
6:30-7:30 Oni PressTed Naifeh and the 10th Anniversary of Courtney Crumrin: You've spent ten years with the always sassy, never sissy Ms. Crumrin and there's always been one question burning at the back of your mind that you thought would never be answered. Think no more! Ready your Qs, mind your Ps, and join Courtney Crumrin creator and New York Times Best Seller Ted Naifeh as he relives every moment of Courtney's journey and talks about the thrill of seeing it in color!
Friday, July 13 2012
12:00-1:00 Oni Press - RevolutiONIze Comics: Often imitated but never duplicated! Get up close and personal with trend setting indie comic powerhouse Oni Press. Join in the Q&A with your favorite Oni creators Brian Hurtt, Cullen Bunn, Rich Stevens, Scott C., Matt Dembicki, Brahm Revel and get a sneak peek of upcoming Oni projects with news on Oni Press fan initiatives. They'll be free Oni comics, prizes and more! Guaranteed by Oni Press' totally biased employees to be "the most fun you've ever had at a panel."
Source: Press Release
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