Read about my Day One and Day Two experiences as well.
Saturday (July 23, 2016)
I was even able to briefly talk to Christina Vee (the voice of Marinette) and Carrie Keranen (the voice of Alya/Lady WiFi), which was a really nice moment.
ZAG’s Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
There were a ton of hints about the next two seasons of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir. Everyone in the audience also got a free action figure of Ladybug, the first ones to come out.
The panel showed the premiere of Laura Marano’s music video for the Miraculous theme song, which you can watch in full below:
Miraculous, created by Zag Entertainment, was not the only show mentioned. Zag has an entire line, Zag Heroez, which will soon expand to include upcoming CGI shows like Pixie Girl and Ghostforce.
I highly recommend checking this show out, not as someone who helped work on the comic book but as a fan! The entire panel is also available to watch on Youtube:
Lighting, Lasers & Ladybugs: Creating Action Lab Comics
Sunday (July 24, 2016)
Cartoon Voices II
But why talk about it when you can enjoy it yourself? The entire panel was uploaded on Youtube:
Saving the Bank: Budgeting a Comic Book Project
The presentation included a slideshow, which I captured several images from:
Overall, the San Diego Comic Con was an amazing experience. I was expecting to buy a lot more than I did but I’m not going to complain about saving money. There were plenty of sights to see and things to learn.