WonderCon 2018 is approaching and WBTV will be bringing sneak peaks of Krypton, Constantine, and more to Anaheim, California. The smaller convention, part of Comic-Con International's 2018 lineup, will play host to a number of television properties as organizers prepare for a rapidly growing group of attendees. With the famous San Diego Comic-Con only five short months away, WonderCon is an appetizer before the main course for many Southern California convention goers.
Thanks to San Diego and Anaheim's proximity to Hollywood, WonderCon's collection of attendees, exclusives, and properties is only getting bigger. DC Comics and WB have been regular fixtures at the convention for years and will be expanding this year's roster of programming. On Friday March 23, fans will spend time with brand new show Unikitty! focusing on the popular character from The LEGO Movie. From 2:30pm to 3:30pm fans are invited to meet the cast and crew in an exclusive Q&A that will reveal a behind the scenes look at the show. From there, fans can catch Teen Titans Go! from 3:30pm to 4:30pm to answer questions with The 100 closing out the evening from 6pm to 7pm all in room North 200A in the Anaheim Convention Center.
According to ComingSoon, two of the biggest standouts in WBTV's lineup, Krypton and Constantine will be taking the stage Saturday March 24. Krypton will be bringing anxious Superman fans a closer look at Seg-El, Superman's grandfather from 2pm to 3pm. In the wake of the series premiere, stars Cameron Cuffe, Georgina Campbell, and Shaun Sipos will be on hand to answer questions along with showrunner Cameron Welsh. WBTV will also be hosting the world premiere of their animated series Constantine before episodes air on CW Seed. Constantine star Matt Ryan will be on hand for the premiere to partake in a Q&A session fans of Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow and of course Constantine itself won't want to miss.
WBTV closes out Sunday's programming on two major high notes, giving fans of Lucifer an opportunity to screen an exclusive episode as well as hear a special video message from the series stars from 10:30am to 11:15am. Fans of Black Lightning can step into the arena next (from 12:45pm to 1:45pm) to chat with the series writers as they watch the never before seen episode "Sins of the Father" with a Q&A to follow afterward.
WonderCon has made a name for itself in showcasing television programming. Rumors that the Aquaman trailer will debut at WonderCon however, along with a lineup of steadily growing film properties being showcased at the convention might make fans consider missing any one of these panels with such a full schedule.
With a lineup like this from WBTV, there's far too much that fans of Warner Brothers might miss if they miss any of their panels. From being some of the first people to chat with Krypton stars to getting to screen the premiere episode of Constantine, WBTV has crafted an excellent lineup. Whether you're attending the convention or watching along at home, WBTV has something for everyone and with a line up like this, it's programming that no one can afford to miss.
WonderCon starts Friday March 23 and runs through Sunday March 25.