I’m going to be hosting the RiffTrax panel again this year at Comic-Con in San Diego, so if you’re going to the conference, make sure you carve some time out to come see us Friday night! Here are the details:
Friday July 23rd
7PM to 8PM
Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett (RiffTrax.com, Mystery Science Theater 3000) return to Comic-Con to perform another live, hilarious riff to a classic short! The panel is hosted by Veronica Belmont (host of Tekzilla on Revision3 and Qore on the PlayStation Network). Join the riffers for fun, laughs, and the latest news from RiffTrax.com, the site where MST3K-style humor meets mainstream movies, TV shows and vintage shorts. At RiffTrax.com they don’t make movies, they make them funny!
In case you missed it, I actually performed with the guys on a short last year, which is available up on their website here. Can’t wait to see everyone at the Con!!
I’m also speaking on the Geek Girls Exist! panel:
The panel consists of women who represent different aspects of the geek culture and who have embraced their geekiness in their personal and/or professional lives. I will moderate the panel to discuss topics such as “when did you realize you were a geek,” “when did you decide to embrace it,” “what would you offer aspiring young females in your profession/interest,” as well as encourage anecdotes about embarrassing moments when their “geek got in the way.”
The panel will be held Thursday July 22 from 5:30pm-6:30pm in Room 8.
Check out the amazing list of panelists (so far):
Morgan Romine founder of Ubisoft’s all-girl gaming team The Frag Dolls
Bonnie Burton author of You Can Draw Star Wars and Girls Against Girls
Marian Call musician inspired by Firefly/Serenity and Battlestar Galactica with her album “Got to Fly”
Sarah Kuhn author of One Con Glory
Jill Pantozzi writer for MTV Splash Page, Newsarama, Has Boobs Reads Comics blog, and Heartless Doll
Veronica Belmont technology and gaming-centric video host of Qore and Tekzilla
Kiala Kazebee writer for io9, the SFWeekly, GeekWeek, and featured extra in Felicia Day’s The Guild