Arcana has announced its booth signings, and panel schedule for the San Diego Comic Con.  Take the jump for the complete rundown.

Signings at The Arcana Booth (Booth 2415)

Thursday 9:30AM to 7PM

9-30AM to 11:30AM
The Fro – Chris Harden

Noon to 2PM
Daddy’s Little Girl – Mark Poulton, Stephen Sistilli, & Playboy’s Miss March ‘09 Jennifer Pershing

2:30PM to 3:30PM
Black Jesus – Jimmy Blondell

4PM to 5PM
Endless West – Frank Barbiere & Crew

5:30PM to 7PM
Corrective Measures – Grant Chaisten

Friday 9:30AM to 7PM

9:30AM to 11:30AM
Ultima Thula – Phil Nibbelink & David Greenblatt

Noon to 1PM
Helen Killer – Andrew Kriesberg & Matthew Rice

1:15PM to 2:15PM
Corrective Measures – Grant Chaisten

2:30PM to 3:30PM
The Clockwork Girl – Sean O’Reilly & Kevin Hanna

4PM to 5PM
Creepsville – Bill Rude & Chris “Doc” Wyatt

5:30PM to 7PM
Eve: Vampire Diva – Ash Jackson, & Eve model

Saturday 9:30AM to 7PM

9:30AM to 11:30AM
Ultima Thula – Phil Nibbelink & David Greenblatt

2:30PM to 3:30 PM
Fafnir – Asta G

4PM to 5PM
Heaven’s Echo & The Horsemen – Siike Donnelly & Jiba Anderson

5:30PM to 7PM
Kade – Stjepan Sejic

Sunday 9:30AM to 5PM

10am to 11:30am
Grunts – Matt Jacobs

Noon to 2PM
Hero House – Justin Aclin & artist

2:30PM to 3:30 PM
Trout – Ben Magid

4PM to 5PM
Heaven’s Echo & The Horsemen – Siike Donnelly & Jiba Anderson

Clockwork Girl

Thursday, JULY 23

6:30pm-7:30pm

ROOM 7AB

6:30–7:30 The Clockwork Girl: From Concept to Comic and Beyond. Sean O’Reilly, Kade, and Kevin Hanna, 16 Miles to Merricks, released The Clockwork Girl back in 2007 and the comic book series has gone on to be collected as a hardcover winning two awards, The Moonbeam Award for Top Children’s Graphic Novel and Foreward Magazine’s Top Graphic Novel of the Year and has received funding for feature film development. Sean and Kevin will discuss how they came up with the concept, the risks and rewards of self-publishing, and will showcase a very short teaser of The Clockwork Girl animated film. Join them for an intimate interview and Q&A session! Room 7AB.

Continuing their series of con variants for the battle of comic’s two hottest heroines, Arcana Comics introduces the Avengelyne vs Koni Waves #1 SDCC Exclusive. Beautifully painted by Eric Braddock this variant covers this Summer’s hottest crossover. Arcana’s Hawaiian hottie battles Rob Liefeld’s fallen angel. Written by Mark Poulton and illustrated by Stephen Sistilli and Dexter Weeks, this is one con exclusive you will not want to miss out on. Limited to 50 copies. $10 each.

Daddy’s Little Girl tells the story of rich party girl from Pennsylvania, Bryn Tilton, who one day learns the father she never knew has just passed away. She then takes a trip to Atlantic City to learn more about the man she never knew and discovers a dark secret and a new profession… Atlantic City is infested with monsters and she just inherited her father’s job at the city’s monster morgue! Created by the team that brought you Koni Waves (Mark Poulton, Stephen Sistilli, and Dexter Weeks), it’s not surprising the comic features a real life beauty. Playboy’s Miss March ’09 Jenn Pershing is the model for Bryn Tilton and will be on hand with the creators to do a signing at SDCC on Thursday July 23rd from noon to 2pm.

via Arcana

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