San Diego Comic-Con 2018 has released its official schedule for Sunday, July 22. Attendees will have plenty of options for how to spend their day, with over 100 panels and other events available. Unfortunately, it's impossible to make it to all of them without a TARDIS or the Time Stone, so fans will have some hard decisions to make. Marvel Studios has already made it a little easier, as they're sitting out this year. Still, those lucky enough to be at the San Diego Convention Center next week will have a lot of choices.
Sunday is the last day of the show. People who are there for the whole week might be pretty tired at that point, but they're sure to find something to wake them up. Comic-Con usually hosts some major announcements for film, TV, and gaming, along with comics, obviously. It's a place to celebrate art, meet like-minded people, and be the first to see trailers and new footage from eagerly awaited properties.
As usual, Hall H is where the biggest events are happening. Sunday's offerings will mostly focus on popular TV shows. At 10:30, the cast and creators of Supernatural will talk up the show's upcoming 14th season, which will contain its 300th episode. Afterwards, the 11:45 panel will be all about Riverdale, and what its third season will hold now that the police have tossed Archie in jail. The people behind the Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans M.C. will hit the stage at 1:00 to talk about FX's latest gritty drama. And finally, Legion fans should show up for its 2:15 panel discussion and Q&A.
Fans interested in the weirder side of comics should show up to Room 6DE at 10:00 for DC for All, which will examine the lesser known imprints at the publisher. Artist John Romita, Jr. will join other creators to show off the more offbeat books that the publisher puts out. Craftier sci-fi fans should head to Room 11 at the same time to check out the R2-Builders Panel. There, a group of experts will share their tips and strategies for living that droid life and making a robot friend. And those who leave building to the professionals will be interested in the Diamond Select Toys session at 3:00 in room 24ABC to see the action figures and statues that will soon live on their desks.
Sunday at Comic-Con will also host some more nostalgia-themed sessions. Room 5AB will host the show's annual tribute to Jack Kirby at 10:00 At 3:00 in Room 7AB, fans can celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 90s' landmark X-Men animated series with showrunner Eric Lewald. Also at 3, Room 6DE will host a look back at the work of late sci-fi writer Harlan Ellison. Historian and artist Arlen Schumer is also presenting a history of Marvel's Black Panther at 4:00 in Room 32AB. This isn't all that's going on the final day of Comic-Con. People who have their passes ready can head over to the official schedule to plan out where they'll spend their time.
Source: Comic-Con International