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Comic-Con 2009: See You in San Diego

Well, guys, it's time for me to hit the road and head off to San Diego Comic-Con 2009.

I'm taking the train down this morning and will be reporting from the convention and covering panels for such television series as Lost, True Blood, Doctor Who, 24, Bones, Caprica/BSG, The Mighty Boosh, Fringe, V, and much, much more. (And hopefully I'll find time to relax a little bit too at one of the multitude of official parties going on this weekend in San Diego.)

In the meantime, you can discuss Day One, Day Two, and Day Three of BBC America's Torchwood: Children of the Earth, talk about my review of Dollhouse: Epitaph One, read my interview with Mad Men's Rich Sommer, check out my advance review of Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead, sneak a peek at the new Doctor and his companion, and check out the plethora of other original content here at Televisionary.

I'll be posting as much as I humanly can amid the madness down in SD, but you can also follow my adventures via Twitter as well.

See you down in San Diego and be sure to say hi.

Comments

Barrett said…
Looking forward to your coverage - especially of Caprica, Mighty Boosh, and V. Have fun!
susie que said…
So jealous! Hope you get lots of good stuff to share with us.
tiskwell said…
Lucky! I`m expecting for your coverage of Smallville panel on Sunday :D

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