Today is the start of the most illustrious Comic-Con. We talking about San Diego of course. As we all know, due to the pandemic, the con will not be as is once was. Like our beloved CCA, it will be going virtual. One of the attractions will be Cartoon Network. 

There will a lot of material that they will be covering. Starting with Ben10 vs the Universe: The Movie as well as sneak peeks into Mao Mao and Craig of the Creek.

Some of the industry pros will be tabling some of the panels such as Cartoon Network Studios: The Art of Story Boarding. This will give us a rare insight into what these gifted people do.

Often at live cons, we very distracted to appreciate some of the panels. However, this time around, sitting in the comfort of our own home and with the ambient noise we can truly digest all these professionals have to say.

The Art of Story Telling is already saved in my calendar. As an aspiring writer, I often find it hard to come out with the material. I found that by attending these panels I get a lot of helpful tips as well as inspiration. Of course, that isn’t the only reason you should dial-in. The fun factors are there as well.

After all Mic Graves will be there. He is only the mind behind the hit show The Amazing World of Gumball. Apple and Onions Chuck Klein will also be popping by. And to add some icing will be Julia Pott creator of Summer Camp Island and Alabaster Pizzo the storyboard artist. With guests like that, it’s hard not to have that notification bell pressed.

There will also be loads of voice artists for various shows. Voice artists are often overlooked and I am glad they are getting their time to shine. Their jobs are not easy. They have to bring life to characters without the aid of visual (their own).  So guys let’s show some support for the voice actors and creators of some of our favorite shows.

Cartoon Network Studios: The Art of Story Boarding is on 23 July 2020 11:00 PT (20:00 CAT)

Cartoon Network Studios First Look is on 23 July 2020 12:00 PT ( 21:00 CAT )