If Thursday was packed with panels, Friday has even more. I counted 42 panels that I could easily see myself attending and at least a dozen more that I filtered out because it got so overwhelming.
Friday's panels include a bunch of new television including AMC's Fear the Walking Dead, Fox's Minority Report, Lucifer, MTV's Shannara Chronicles, Amazon's Man in the High Castle, USA's Colony, and Starz' Ash vs Evil Dead. But the shows that are already on air take up plenty of space too – Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, The 100, Jim Hensen's Creature Shop Challenge, Agents of Shield, Vikings, iZombie, and Orphan Black.
A lot of animation is on display Friday as well – Archer, TMNT, Adventure Time, Rick and Morty, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever.
Some interesting panels include Project Orangutan that highlights the plight of the nearly extinct species, the Eisner awards, Ghostbusters, and Sharknado 3.
As far and gaming goes, there are rooms for Assassin's Creed Syndicate, Marvel Heroes 2015, and Firefly Online that talk about specific games, but then there is also a panel that deals with gaming in general – Creating Multiplayer Worlds: Storytelling in MMOs and MOBAs that looks intriguing.
Content creation Is highlighted in a couple of presentations on Creating Comics with the iPad and Adobe Photoshop.
And then there is Lucas Films, Kevin Smith, and The Aquabats. These last 3 are gonna be packed – Star Wars and Kevin Smith in Hall H back-to-black, and Aquabats in 29AB which is always too small for the Aquabat's crowd.
Once again interesting programming starts at 10am and runs though the whole day until 10:30pm.
I think the previously mentioned Lucas Films will be the busiest along with Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead which means I'll probably steer clear of Hall H until maybe Kevin Smith after 7pm.
Of all the goodness Friday, I think the 4 panels I am really gonna make an effort to attend are:
- The 100 @ 12:30
- iZombie @ 5:45
- Adventure Time @ 11
- Man in the High Castle @ 2:15
So much to see, I hope they make videos of all the panels so I can watch the ones I miss.