Join Scholastic at Comic-Con@Home

Mackenzie Cutruzzula  //  Jul 20, 2020

Join Scholastic at Comic-Con@Home

This year—from July 22–26—you can head to Comic-Con right from your own home! 

On Wednesday, July 22, the Comic-Con@Home Online Exhibit Hall will go live. You can download the full map here, and be sure to virtually stop by Scholastic in Booth #1700!

Check out Scholastic's programming highlights below.

Graphix: Get Drawn In 

Thursday, July 23, 10:00AM (PST)

Stories that inspire. Characters that connect. Art that comes alive. Meet the authors of some of the hottest upcoming graphic novels for kids. Featuring Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant (authors, Animorphs), Varian Johnson (author, Twins) and Shannon Wright (illustrator, Twins), and Tom Angleberger (author/illustrator, Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novel). and These are the stories that ignite their imaginations, spark creativity, encourage reading while engaging them in new and exciting ways. There are graphic novels. And then there’s Graphix. Moderated by Raina Telgemeier (author/illustrator, Guts).

Raina and Robin in Conversation

Friday, July 24, 11:00AM PST

Two top children's graphic novelists, Raina Telgemeier (author and illustrator, Guts) and Robin Ha (author and illustrator, Almost American Girl), discuss the art of creating graphic novel memoir, draw on camera, and take questions from their fans.

Zoom into Xadia: The Dragon Prince

Friday, July 24th, 3:00-4:00 PST

The creators and voice actors of The Dragon Prince celebrate the saga, perform some behind-the-scenes skits, give a sneak peek of upcoming books, and answer fans' burning questions submitted via social media. 

From Wakanda to Numbani, Writing the Next Generation of Heroes

Saturday, July 25, 11:00AM PST

Through original novels, these authors expand the world of some of the newest pop culture heroes from Marvel and Overwatch. Featuring Preeti Chhibber (author, Orientation: Avengers Assembly), Nicky Drayden (author, Overwatch: Hero of Numbani), and Nic Stone (author, Shuri: A Black Panther Novel). Moderated by Michael Petranek (executive editor, Scholastic).