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11 Panels To Put On Your Alamo City Comic Con Itinerary



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Sunday, September 13

Edward James Olmos
2pm-2:50pm, Ballroom B

  • ABC

Most attending the Edward James Olmos panel would probably want to hear him talk about his roles as Commander William Adama in Battlestar Galactica and Agent Robert Gonzales in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I, on the other hand, want to hear him talk about Stand and Deliver and his Academy Award-nominated portrayal of Jaime Escalante who taught AP Calculus to a bunch of vatos in the hood. That film was amazing, but not as amazing as that combover. 

Ninjaink - Art for Hire With Timothy Lim
2-2:50pm, Room 201

  • Timothy Lin (NinjaInk)

Timothy Lim, illustrator and owner of NinjaInk, Inc., specializes in martial arts and crafts. He's known "King of the Shirts," because fanboys and girls clamour for his T-shirt designs, which feature 80's nostalgia and clever pop culture parodies. His print illustration for the 2014 Alamo City Comic Con — portraying iconic DC and Marvel superheroes drawn in the style of King of the Hill, standing in front of the Shrine of Texas Liberty —  is so many levels of amazing. Check out his designs for this year's ACCC here, plus more of his past work. Once your become a fan, head on over the NinjaInk online store so he can take your money. 

Other Panels To Check Out

"Urban Beardster: Beard and Mustache Competition" (Sat. 6pm), "Guardian Night Comics" (6pm Sat.), "Villains of Arrow" with Deathstroke (Manu Bennett) and Ra's Al Ghul (Matt Nable) (Sun. 1 p.m.), "Guardians of the Galaxy" with Michael Rooker and Sean Gunn (4pm Sun.)

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