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Chelan County commercial sales

Winegirl Wines LLC, 222 Wapato Way, Manson, $600,000, sold to Wine Guy Wine LLC

Fish Lake Acres Inc., 14583 Fish Lake Road, Lake Wenatchee, $30,000, sold to William Sage

Wenatchee S & E Properties LLC, 730 S. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, $350,000, sold to Adrian Hernandez Rojas and Carmen F. Valdivia Hernandez et al

Chelan Rentals LLC, 123 E. Johnson Ave. 2, Chelan, $200,000, sold to Petersen and Hildahl LLC

Chelan County residential sales

Shirley A. Wadsworth, 20 S. Delaware Ave. 8, Wenatchee, $220,000, sold to Charlene N. Jumper

Troy M. and Erin L. Bassett, 1502 Horse Lake Road, Wenatchee, $361,400, sold to Lance R. Beyer and Shara L. Lozier

Michael J. Page, 22418 Stirrup Road, Plain, $198,500, sold to Yael Solum

Peter N. and Cynthia S. Lolos, 17909 Wilderness Road and Property ID 47212 (two parcels), Entiat, $125,000, sold to Justin C. and Holly J. Pickens

Kay Ukes, Property ID 47639, Manson, $50,000, 20 acres, sold to David Thirlby

Nickolas and Kristen Page, 2128 Citation Loop, Wenatchee, $330,000, sold to Morgan F. and Rosemarie J. Arnold

Benjamin A. and Emily A. Floyd, 1112 Cedar St., Wenatchee, $380,000, sold to Jacob M. and Emily L. Campbell

Ian F. Crossland, 5825 Pioneer Drive, Cashmere, $120,000, sold to Stephen R. Crossland

Charles Whittemore Trustee, 8296 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, $585,500, sold to Aaron R. Blake and Ann B. Grote

Bergren Tree Fruits LLC, 8551 Larson Road, Peshastin, $560,000, sold to Stephen M. Hamel

Hans C. and Kari L. Andersen, 12211 Allen Road, Plain, $600,000, sold to Darren Henke et al

Daniel and Danae Poss, 21621 Camp 12 Road, Plain, $406,000, sold to Antonio and Jodie Galvan

Tami and Mark Rogers, 2220 W. Woodin Ave. 101, Chelan, $235,000, sold to Nicole and Jeremy Draggoo

Kyra and Eric Davis, 2026 Lasso Drive, Wenatchee, $360,000, 0.3 acres, sold to Bryan Ferderer

George Stone, 1713 Angela St., Wenatchee, $339,000, sold to Bergen M. Lane

Mary J. Zanol, 1717 Bluegrass Lane, Wenatchee, $330,000, sold to Michael A. and Jenny L. Martin

Beverly R. Pelley, 19559 State Road, Lake Wenatchee, $289,500, sold to David C. Elkins

Shawn and Danielle Welcome, 18411 Little Chumstick Creek Road, Leavenworth, $280,000, sold to Mary A. McLoughlin

Paul C. and Heather D. Barr, 22588 Alpine Drive, Lake Wenatchee, $757,000, sold to Old Boone LLC

Roger and Connie Nelson et al, 892 Lower Sunnyslope Road, Wenatchee, $290,000, sold to Joseph J. and Gretta Davis

Benjamin and Alesia Blake, 2417 Salal Drive, Lake Wenatchee, $535,000, sold to Jeffrey S. Judy et al

Donald E. Fink, 2355 Lakeshore Drive, Manson, $299,000, sold to Edwin and Cherry Fallon Family Trust

Buddy E. McClellan, 65 Division St., Manson, $160,000, sold to Jesus E. Talavera and Deisi Lozano Solano

Lara Ann Rohrer, 117 Riviera Drive, Chelan, $575,000, sold to Nanette L. McFerran

Joe and Jennifer Beach, 746 S. Chelan Ave., Wenatchee, $175,000, sold to Hiram C. and Christi J. Beach

Peter Thorpe, 6430 Tripp Canyon Road, Cashmere, $270,000, sold to Lesley K. Carpenter and Adam A. Roberts

Mary Ellen Fouts, 1930 Northfield Place, Wenatchee, $355,000, sold to Joel and Sandra W. Stufflebeam

Christine Groen, 325 Division St. and 325 Division St. 207 (two parcels), Leavenworth, $285,000, sold to William Timmermans

Eric W. and Jenene Mathews, 530 N. Cedar St., Chelan, $192,000, sold to Amanda J. Stout

Paul R. Eddy, 411 E. Trow Ave., Chelan, $320,000, sold to Nathaniel C. Mote and Anna K. Moroz

Steven H. and Julie C. Bold, 2106 W. Terrace Ave., Chelan, $2,400,000, sold to Kenneth K. and Stacey L. Dinsmore

Ichiban Properties LLC, 2220 W. Woodin Ave. 212, Chelan, $268,000, sold to Lag Properties LLC

Erin Benton, 1215 Fuller St., Wenatchee, $339,900, sold to Catherine M. Rouleau

Loren Ness, 323 Methow St. 1, Wenatchee, $325,000, sold to Lynn M. and Maritza E. Christensen

McIntyre Family Trust, 9026 E. Leavenworth Road, Leavenworth, $620,000, sold to Ryan M. Murray and Mary Whipple Murray

Marjorie C. Schubert Revocable Trust, 1830 Heritage Drive, Wenatchee, $370,000, sold to Helene A. Krikris

Michael E. and Rebecca W. Henry, 12346 Bretz Road, Plain, $1,375,000, sold to Andrew L. Bennett

John and Marilyn Stott, 322 W. Woodin Ave. 302, Chelan, $482,500, sold to David and Chanyn Kirtman

Kady Gonzalez, 10 S. Cove Ave. 15, Wenatchee, $155,000, sold to Nicholas Occhi

Elisabeth G. Saunders, 708 Kittitas St., Wenatchee, $295,000, sold to Michael J. Saunders

Elva C. Shaul, 12 N. Delaware Ave., Wenatchee, $90,000, sold to Kimberly M. and Ronald G. Fila

Zachery Fabey, 1739 Malaga Alcoa Highway, Malaga, $219,900, sold to Carina Ramirez

Norman Parker, 103 N. Park & Woodin Ave., Chelan, $500, sold to Matthew and Dawn M. Ford

Toby Stapleton and Brooke Saari, 1901 Leavenworth Place, Wenatchee, $349,000, sold to Joseph A. and Dona S. Nagy

Steven D. Hanson and Kristy L. McGregor, 359 Whitman St. A., Leavenworth, $540,000, sold to Braden and Jessica C. Draggoo

Lorie A. Banuchi, 659 Stargazer Lane, Leavenworth, $599,000, sold to Joseph P. and Nancy L. Silveira

William Sage, 14696 Fish Lake Road, Lake Wenatchee, $280,000, sold to Joshua D. and Nicole L. Wells

Robyn Skaar 401K Plan and Trust, 11968 S. Lakeshore Road and Property ID 48182 (two parcels), Chelan, $925,000, sold to Pedro and Alinne Freitas

Steven W. and Nancy L. Sherman, 2961 Jamaica St., Malaga, $355,000, sold to Michael A. Arciga and Irina Viktorovna Arciga

SSM Forty Investment Inc., Property ID 66749, W. Woodin Ave., Chelan, $64,950, sold to Kevin and Mona Bennett

Barbara M. Smith, 20 S. Delaware Ave. 6, Wenatchee, $215,800, sold to George A. and Norma J. Walter

Aaron B. Davis and D. Lynn Ward-Davis, 506 Surry Road, Wenatchee, $397,000, sold to Michael J. and Margaret J. Voth

Erin Gariano et al, 301 S. 3rd St. 3, Chelan, $385,000, sold to Joyce Regan

Richard I. Putman Jr. and Alexis D.V. Putman, 1000 Highway 150 39, Manson, $232,500, sold to Gilman E. and Jill M. McKinnie

Sherry L. Lane and Anne M. Marasa, 126 Summer Breeze Road, Manson, $490,000, sold to Dennis D. and Cynthia L. Tangborn

Charles E. Flynn, 311 Whitebirch Place, Wenatchee, $280,500, sold to Diana C. and Jeffrey W. Forsberg

Michael J. and Margaret J. Voth, 435 S. Wilson St., Wenatchee, $275,000, sold to Melissa M. Kolbo

D & T Campbell Investments LLC, 16 Honeycrisp Lane, Manson, $387,500, sold to Christopher and Cailey Couch

Steven C. and Linda R. James, 9925 Bell Drive, Entiat, $1,050,000, sold to Geoffrey T. Ping

Terry D. and Trudy D. Leverenz, 35 Lois Lane, Plain, $605,000, sold to Denae M. and Daniel Poss

San Juan Holdings LLC, 522 Hawks Ridge Road, Chelan, $1,045,000, sold to Oleg and Yuliya Tkach

Stulberg Family Trust, 2220 W. Woodin Ave. 310, Chelan, $265,000, sold to La Luz Investments LLC

Craig J. Hess, 125 Pine St., Leavenworth, $660,000, sold to Kevin J. and Denise C. Murphy

Betty J. Kurtz et al, 1610 Madison St., Wenatchee, $260,000, sold to Jon and Laurie Baltera

Richard E. Dickson, 403 Marilyn Ave., Wenatchee, $343,900, sold to Robert D. and Mollie T. Harmon

Kenneth M. and Nicole A. Sexsmith, 2253 Riffle Drive, Lake Wenatchee, $348,000, sold to Zachary and Deborah McIntyre

David R. and Janice K. Elliott, 223 Village Drive, Manson, $443,000, sold to Rocky L. and Bonnie A. Gibson

In Good Company Events Inc., 10 S. Cove Ave. 42, Wenatchee, $159,800, sold to Joanna Carrillo

Robert D. Harmon, 511 S. Franklin Ave., Wenatchee, $249,500, sold to Jessica R. Toole

Rocky W. Flynn and Valquiria S. Santos-Flynn, 2110 Yarrow Road, Wenatchee, $465,000, sold to Jonathan B. Butler

Becker Homes LLC, 311 Pinegrass St., Leavenworth, $669,000, sold to Brian L. and Lisa Boyle

Thomas A. Coleman, 600 Mad River Road, Ardenvoir and Property ID 68151, Entiat (two parcels), $236,900, sold to Kari L. Wales

Christopher A. Cloke and Danielle K. Schafer Cloke, 520 S. Western Ave., Wenatchee, $299,000, sold to Jason L. Hetterle

Laurie A. Dutra et al, 1006 N. Elliott Ave., Wenatchee, $310,000, sold to Judy Gillingham

David and Sandi Hendrickson, 1627 N. Western Ave., Wenatchee, $475,000, sold to Brian K. and April R. Burnett

Thaddeus M. and Jennifer L. Hunt, 12528 Shore St., Leavenworth, $950,000, sold to Jason and Maureen M. Hogg

Karen Gebauer, 25703 Bridle Lane, Plain, $147,000, sold to Robert G. Egge and Pamela J. Koeller

Brian K. and April R. Burnett, 1147 Appleland Drive, Wenatchee, $562,000, sold to Patrick J. and Diana J. Haglund

Jacob R. Egbert, 2904 Champion Lane, Wenatchee, $511,000, sold to Darren and Cynthia E. Hoff

Zachery O. Brown and Chelsea Van Horn Brown, 459 Connery Road, Wenatchee, $663,000, sold to Samuel and Colleen Crossett

Chelan Lookout LLLP, 100 Goldfinch Lane, Chelan, $934,533, sold to Francis J. and Kimberly A. McCallum

Dale and Julie Little, Property ID 66687, W. Woodin Ave., Chelan, $74,950, sold to Shepherd Investments Inc.

Sunset Marina LLC, Property ID 66818, W. Woodin Ave., Chelan, $75,950, sold to Traci J. and Daniel J. Philips

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 7152 N. Dryden Road, Dryden, $385,913, sold to Andrew and Lana Thomas

John P. Corcoran, 20 S. Delaware Ave. 10, Wenatchee, $265,000, sold to Samuel J. and Kathryn I. Anger

Kenneth W. Keogh, 1818 Skyline Drive 38, Wenatchee, $165,000, sold to Tammy Austin

Robert R. Davis, 100 Valley St., Cashmere, $460,000, sold to Charles and Lyndsey Miller

David G. Riker, 1510 Elijah Court, Wenatchee, $477,800, sold to Christopher A. Cloke and Danielle K. Schafer Cloke

Barbara N. Miles, 233 Park Ave., Leavenworth, $500,000, sold to Paul T. Shotwell and Bridget Farrell

James E. Click, 18809 Highway 2, Lake Wenatchee, $725,000, sold to Gregory and Juanita Fast

Patricia J. Hope, 13988 Chiwawa Loop Road, Lake Wenatchee, $2,200,000, sold to Hans C. and Kari L. Andersen

Joseph and Pamela Stewart and Mary Signorelli, 205 E. Allen Ave., Chelan, $465,000, sold to Joshua and Allison Flaten

Allie and Alexander A. Hoyt, 790 Grade Creek Road, Manson, $353,000, sold to Byron E. Harris

Charles K. Baumann and Emily J. Ward, 607 S. Franklin Ave., Wenatchee, $245,000, sold to Tudtep Wanpuch

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Congress grills Facebook over its acquisitions and feature cloning – Yahoo Tech

During a massive antitrust hearing, Congress tried to force Mark Zuckerberg to answer some of the toughest questions yet around Facebook's acquisitions.

The companys 2012 deal to buy Instagram for $1 billion came under particular scrutiny when lawmakers quoted from several emails among Facebooks top executives, who talked about the need to neutralize a potential competitor. In another note, Facebook CFO Dave Wehner described the companys strategy as a land grab.

Zuckerberg expanded on the idea in another email. We can likely always just buy any competitive startups. But itll be a while before we can buy Google, he wrote. Later, when asked about the quote, Zuckerberg said he didnt remember writing the note, but said it sounds like a joke.

It wasnt the only incident Zuckerberg claimed not to remember.

Some of the most intense questioning on the subject came from Washington Democrat Rep. Pramila Jayapal, who repeatedly asked Zuckerberg about Facebook's strategy of trying to copy competing apps. It led to a rather incredible exchange, in which Jayapal asked about Zuckerbergs interactions with former Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom and Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, both of which Zuckerberg said he didnt recall.

Has Facebook ever threatened to clone the products of another company while also attempting to acquire that company, Jayapal asked. Not that I recall, Zuckerberg said, prompting Jayapal to remind the CEO that he was under oath.

She then asked Zuckerberg if he had used Facebook Camera to threaten Systrom into agreeing to an acquisition.

Im not sure what you would mean by threaten, Zuckeberg said.

Were there any other companies you used this same tactic with, she asked, pointing to Snapchat and Zuckerbergs well-documented pursuit of the company.

I dont remember those specific conversations, he said.

Jayapal ended the questioning by calling Facebook a case study in monopoly power.

Your company harvests and monetizes our data, and then your company uses that data to spy on competitors and copy, acquire and kill rivals, she said. Youve used Facebooks power to threaten smaller competitors and to ensure that you always get your way. These tactics reinforce Facebooks dominance, which you then use in increasingly destructive ways. So Facebooks very model makes it impossible for new companies to flourish separately and that harms our democracy.

Zuckerberg wasn't the only CEO in attendance to face questions about his companys acquisitions. Google CEO Sundar Pichai was also hit with tough questions around Googles acquisition, and subsequent merger with DoubleClick.

And Amazons Jeff Bezos was asked about Amazons pursuit of diapers.com, and its plan to win against the competing online retailer, which eventually resulted in Amazon buying the company. Bezos, like Zuckerberg, cited a faulty memory.

Youre asking a lot of my memory, he said.

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The cheapest Cam Link clone you can buy actually works pretty well – The Verge

As The Verges resident live-streaming reporter, I do a lot of streaming on my own time, both because its fun and because I want to know a little about what its like for the people I cover. Thats meant Ive gained a healthy appreciation for the various pieces of gear that make streaming possible because streaming is the opposite of effortless. Things break constantly, and most of the time for no obvious reason. (There but for the grace of god go we, etc.) All of that said, Ive found that upgrading my stream setup is one of the few true pleasures I have left; theres nothing quite as satisfying as adding a new camera or microphone or chat command that might elevate a viewers experience.

It is in that spirit the spirit of perpetual tinkering and perpetual upgrades that I bring you the cheapest, best piece of gear I own. It is a no-brand cam link that retails between $11 (eBay, but beware shipping times) and $26.99 (Amazon). This device is one of those magical things thats made possible by the confluence of online retail, consolidated manufacturing in China, and a global postal service. It simply couldnt have existed before.

As a clone of the popular Elgato Cam Link 4K (which retails for $129.99), all the device does is convert HDMI to USB, which is conceptually simple but technically more complex. The best of these devices do this conversion very quickly and at high fidelities; Elgatos version even handles 4K resolution. Due to the pandemic and the legions of people whove joined Twitch and YouTube, however, the brand name models have become difficult to find, which is where this weird little knockoff model comes in. My colleague Grayson, a motion designer at The Verge, tipped me off to it one day in early June, after he saw an excellent video review of the device from the YouTuber EposVox.

I thought the review was convincing, so I figured Id try it for myself. My friend and fellow streamer MikeAM took the plunge with me; we decided wed try to upgrade our video streams on the cheap because hey, why not? We each bought a 2018 GoPro Hero, some micro HDMI to HDMI cables, a non-HDCP HDMI splitter, and, of course, one of these cards. The difference was instantly apparent. Id been switching between my Logitech C922 and a Panasonic Lumix GH5 (which I borrow to shoot a late-night show on Twitch), and I could immediately see how much clearer the GoPros video was than the C922. (With a splitter, the HDMI converter doubles as an extremely cheap capture card for a console, though Id personally recommend shelling out for the more fully featured Elgato HD60 S.) The experiment worked.

Naturally, the star of the show was the capture card. It has a lot of limitations: it can only support 1080p / 60fps input, and its output maxes at 1080p / 30fps or 720p / 60fps. It also converts the image to MJPEG, which means the colors are sometimes a little wonky. (I used a filter in OBS to desaturate the image.) It also sometimes lags, which is a problem because you cant actually Google how to fix the problem theres no manual, really, and troubleshooting is nonexistent. The other thing to remember is that not all of these cheap cards are created equal; if you pick up one thats billed as USB 3.0, or one that looks a little different, that is an entirely different device.

But if you can work within those limitations, the device is a dream. Its plug n play: the card shows up on your computer as USB Video, and it works anywhere youd put a webcam, which includes Zoom, Discord, OBS, and more. The price point is also unbeatable. Lately Ive been using it with the Lumix. Its always a joy to plug in because I know its going to work. If you want to see what it looks like in action, feel free to follow me on Twitch.

Otherwise, if you have a camera that outputs HDMI and dont want to (or cant) shell out for an Elgato, Id say pick this little guy up. Its a cheap upgrade that, for me, has absolutely been worth it. Go see for yourself.

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Lucasfilm Reportedly Has Plans To Bring Yoda Back Via Cloning – We Got This Covered

The legacy characters will always be a hugely important part of the Star Wars mythology, but in the recent movies it felt like Disney and Lucasfilm would much rather return to the well over and over again instead of mining the untapped potential of new faces, planets and galaxies that have never been seen in live-action before.

A lot of fans rolled their eyes when it was revealed that Palpatine was coming back to establish himself as the main villain for the third trilogy in a row, and as great as it was to see Billy Dee Williams return as Lando Calrissian, he didnt exactly contribute much to The Rise of Skywalkers plot.

Meanwhile, Han Solo might be one of the most iconic figures in popular culture, but that didnt stop his origin story from bombing at the box office, and theres even been reports that the studio want to bring Luke Skywalker back in a future project despite Mark Hamill making it clear that his time in the role is done. The general consensus is that the Disney era of Star Wars has been sorely lacking in originality and creativity, and if what were hearing now ends up panning out, then things show no signs of changing anytime soon.

According to our intel which comes from the same sources that told us Ahsoka Tano would be appearing in the second season ofThe Mandalorian, and that [SPOILERS] would be revealed as a traitor in The Rise of Skywalker in a future Star Wars movie an as-yet-unnamed villain will attempt and ultimately succeed in cloning Yoda in an effort to turn the benevolent Jedi Master into a puppet they can use for their own nefarious means.

While it cant be confirmed exactly which movie this is said to be happening in, weve heard that it would most likely be the proposed solo outing for Daisy Ridleys Rey rather than the three recently-delayed films that were pushed back to 2023, 2025 and 2027. And the idea of another perennial favorite returning to Star Wars yet again certainly fits in with Lucasfilms approach to the franchise.

That being said, even though Baby Yoda is clearly where the money is, and Mandos companion has also been rumored for a big screen appearance of his own, itd be hard to see longtime fans getting on board with the idea of an evil Yoda. But alas, this is what the studio currently has in mind and itll be interesting to see if they actually go through with it.

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Former ‘Thone Clone’ Elroy Hefner remembered as caring, conservative legislator – Omaha World-Herald

The World-Heralds Statehouse reporters round up news highlights from the Legislature and state government into the Capitol Digest a daily briefing for the political newshound with a busy schedule.

LINCOLN Former State Sen. Elroy Hefner of Coleridge one of the conservatives dubbed Thone Clones was being remembered Thursday as a caring and considerate legislator.

Hefner, who represented his northeast Nebraska district from 1976 to 1993, died Sunday at his home from apparent natural causes. He was 96.

His oldest son, Bill, said that his father liked to help people.

He said he once left the dinner table on Sunday to take a phone call from a constituent, and talked issues for a half hour.

Veteran lobbyist Walt Radcliffe said that his clients didnt often agree with Hefners conservative stances. But the senator, he said, was approachable and truly a gentlemen to work with.

There was never anything that was mean spirited about him, Radcliffe said.

Hefner, a Republican, was one of a group of conservative senators who were called the Thone Clones because their views aligned well with then-Gov. Charley Thone, who was governor from 1979-83.

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How Star Wars Bounty Hunter Influenced The Clone Wars Canon – Screen Rant

Released as a prequel to Attack of the Clones, Bounty Hunter deepens the Clone Wars by filling in plot holes and enriching established characters.

Six months after the release of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, LucasArts released Star Wars: Bounty Hunter,a video game prequel that expands on the film. Filling in plot holes and enriching characters, the game is a vital part of Star Wars historyand its relevance extends well beyond the prequel films and intoThe Clone Wars.

Despite having a war named after them, the clones of The Clone Wars have a murky history. While the conspiracy behind the clones' creation is eventually explained, no explanation is ever provided for why Jango Fett served as their template. Attack of the Clones just matter-of-factly states that Jango is a renowned bounty hunter, the template for the clone army, and the father of Boba Fett (who is an unaltered clone of Jango). The lack of detail and Jango's ignominious death make the the entire context appear contrived for the sake of fan service with Jango only existing to shoehorn Boba into theThe Clone Wars. From the perspective of Attack of the Clones, Jango is a throwaway character.

Related: The Mandalorian Is More Like Jango Fett Than Boba

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter fills in the history behind Attack of the Clones, and, in so doing, proves Jango deserves his clone legacy. Jango earns the riches of fathering the clone army by hunting down Komari Vosa, a Jedi-turned-drug lord. Vosa's illicit operations threaten Darth Sidious expanding influence, so Sidious' apprentice, Count Dooku, puts a bounty on Vosa with the intent of offering the victorious bounty hunter, who would then be a verified Jedi killer, the opportunity of being the the template for the Grand Army of the Republic. Jango's selection as template results from an elaborate scheme hatched by Sidious and Dooku, and is justly earned as Jango demonstrates brutal efficiency worthy of acknowledgment by Sith Lords. Star Wars:Bounty Hunter turns a plot hole into riveting drama.

Over the course of Star Wars:Bounty Hunter, players not only see Jangos ruthlessness, but also his loneliness. Jango makes it clear he doesnt trust anyone, yet he still longs for connection. Jango's banter with his partner Roz, as well as his nostalgic attachment to a mentor's ship, imply his desire for relationships. That is why, upon accepting Dookus offer, Jango asks for the unaltered clone, whom he names Boba. No longer just a plot point, Bobas entry into the prequel-era contains genuine pathos.

Aside from legitimizing Jango, Bounty Hunter humanizes Count Dooku. Vosa is Count Dookus former apprentice, and her drug empire became so expansive because, as Sidious puts it, Dooku allowed her to live. Dooku explains his lack of action as an experiment to see what Vosa could do, but its a weak excuse. From his stuttering to the way he tenderly touches her corpse, Dookus mannerisms betray his feelings. This dilemma reemerges in The Clone Wars when Dooku is ordered to kill his newest apprentice, the assassin Ventress, to whom he gifted Vosas lightsabers. Dooku, like he did with Vosa, caves to his masters demands and orders Ventress death, but he voices opposition. Sidious, of course, doesn't tolerate insubordination and uses Dooku's compassion as an excuse to chastise, and even brutalize him. In The Clone Wars episode, "The Lost Ones," Sidious chokes Dooku while mocking his failure involving Vosa, saying "This is not the first time you have proven to be clumsy." Dooku commits countless atrocities bythe end of The Clone Wars but thanks to Star Wars:Bounty Hunter his villainy becomes tragic rather than one-note. Within the Sith Lord once existed compassion, compassion terrorized out of him by Darth Sidious.

Star Wars Bounty Hunter may not be official canon any more, but weighed against its contributions, that is irrelevant. The game takes a seemingly contrived plot and turns it into a gritty story that deepens characters and stories from The Clone Wars. Star Wars:Bounty Hunter is essential Star Warsmedia.

Next: Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Could've Been LucasArts' Uncharted

Joe Rogan Says Gaming Is "Real Problem" & Waste Of Players' Time

Nicholas is a freelance game writer for Screen Rant, a regular contributor to Goombastomp, and former Game Informer intern. A graduate of the University of California San Diego, Nicholas got a degree in philosophy and loves to dive deep into the artistic side of gaming.

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Clone troopers feeling remorse amid execution of Jedi – Dork Side of the Force

MADRID, SPAIN - DECEMBER 15: A Commander Cody clone trooper figure is exhibited at the 'Star Wars Exhibition' at Telefonica flagship store on December 15, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Eduardo Parra/Getty Images)

Star Wars fans are familiar with the evolution of the grand army of the Republic and the final dreaded outcome that was to befall the clones troopers.

After three long years of war, clone troopers across the galaxy dropped their Jedi comrades like a bad habit in an instant and without warning once Order 66 was issued by Palpatine.

But did at any given point in time any of the clone troopers feel guilty and/or full of remorse before, during or after the slayings?

Not likely.

We are familiar with Rex and other clone troopers that were not included in the mass killings of the Jedi. But for those that partook it was just like flipping a switch, one second your fighting alongside the Jedi and the next you are blasting them away.

A key thing is that only the Jedi (and still the separatists) were targeted by the clones. Any senators or other beings who were sympathetic to the Jedi were kept alive as long as they didnt fight with the troops. As we see is the case with Bail Organa at the Jedi Temple, when he asks whats going on.

Bail Organa arrives at the Jedi temple upon seeing the smoke. He exits his speeder and is greeted by clone troopers. Whats going on here, asks the senator.

Theres been a rebellion,sir, dont worry the situation is under control, replies one of the troopers, who then aims his blaster at Organa and states, Im sorry sir, its time for you to leave.

Bail Organa replies, and so it is. He turns to leave as a young Jedi attacks the clones, but alas the numbers are too much and the youngster is killed. Senator Bail Organa cries out in horror and bails into his speeder and doesnt look back. He later recounts this harrowing scene to masters Yoda and Kenobi.

Interesting then that the trooper is able to differentiate Jedi and Organa, after he has just blasted down many Jedi in the temple. There likely was no remorse for the Jedi because Order 66 was akin to a switch being flipped. An order implanted since day one. Only Sith would be truly evil enough and posses ruthlessness and cunning needed enough to organize a mass extermination of Jedi and have it play out more than a decade later.

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Thousands of these self-cloning ticks now in Kentucky – Frederick News Post

Pet and livestock owners be aware: an invasive species of tick that can reproduce without mating and is known to attack animals in large numbers has been found in Kentucky.

The Asian longhorned tick has been found in Martin and Floyd counties in Eastern Kentucky and in Metcalfe County in south-central Kentucky, according to a news release from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

This tick is an aggressive biter and frequently builds intense infestations on domestic hosts that can cause stress, reduced growth and severe blood loss, Jonathan Larson, UK extension entomologist, said in the release. One reason for their rapid buildup is that the female ticks can lay eggs without mating. It only takes a single fed female tick to create a population of ticks. Potentially, thousands can be found on an animal.

While small numbers of the ticks have been found on elk in Martin County and black bear in Floyd County, the Asian longhorned ticks in Metcalfe County were discovered in large numbers on a bull, according to the news release issued Tuesday.

The Metcalfe County ticks were submitted by a veterinarian who answered a call about a bull so infested that it was showing signs of severe fatigue, Anna Pasternak, a UK entomology graduate student who manages the Kentucky Tick Surveillance Program, said in the release.

The UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory confirmed Asian longhorn ticks in the sample from the veterinarian, and Pasternak and a student from the UK College of Public Health found more of the ticks in the field.

With the first two findings being in Eastern Kentucky, the Metcalfe County finding is particularly troubling as it means the tick may have already spread farther across the state, Pasternak said.

Aside from cattle, livestock including horses, sheep, goats and chickens can be affected by the ticks, as can cats and dogs, according to UK.

UK said that as they become more established in Kentucky, Asian longhorn ticks are also likely to negatively affect deer and other wildlife populations. They are known to bite deer and elk, as well as raccoons, possums, coyotes, foxes, groundhogs, Canada geese, cottontail rabbits, red-tailed hawks and skunks, UK said.

Research is being done to determine what diseases the ticks might spread among animals.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the Asian longhorned tick appears to be less attracted to human hosts compared to other ticks commonly found in the United States.

More study is needed to determine how likely they are to pass diseases on to humans, according to the CDC.

There are two kinds of Asian longhorned ticks, according to Rutgers University. One form has both males and females, but the other reproduces through parthenogenesis during which females are able to essentially clone themselves, laying eggs that develop into mature ticks without the presence of a male.

The Asian longhorned ticks in the United States as well as the populations in Australia and New Zealand where they have caused significant losses to cattle farmers are the self-cloning kind, which allows them to spread efficiently, according to Rutgers. A recently-published study led by Rutgers researchers found that the U.S. populations likely began with three or more female ticks from northeast Asia.

Once in the United States, they were probably carried from place to place by wildlife, livestock and pets. The researchers said dogs in particular are effective carriers that allow ticks to cross state and international lines.

Many countries require dogs to be treated for ticks and other parasites before entering the country, but the United States does not. We urge greater awareness of this issue to prevent future exotic tick introductions, said Dina Fonseca, the studys senior author and director of the Rutgers University Center for Vector Biology.

Asian longhorned ticks were first discovered in the United States in 2017 in New Jersey, though they had likely been here for several years previously. They also have been found in Arkansas, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia, according to UK.

The CDC says researchers are looking for the ticks to determine where they have spread and what types of environments they prefer.

Asian longhorned ticks are small and reddish-brown, and they lack distinctive markings.

People who find a large number of ticks on pets or livestock should contact their veterinarian, and people who think they may have found an Asian longhorned tick should work with their county extension agent to get the tick submitted to UK entomologists for testing, the UK release stated.

People can use tick repellents and check themselves and their pets after outdoor activity to reduce the likelihood of tick bites.

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TV and Film Review: The Clone Wars Season 1: The Gungan General – Fantha Tracks

When The Clone Wars first aired back in late 2008, Lightsabre.co.uk guest reviewers looked at the show, giving their initial gut impressions on that groundbreaking first season but not every review was completed, and so those reviews written at the time were never published. In a brand new article, Adam Lamping looks back at the twelfth episode of season one The Gungan General.

Fail with honor rather than succeed by fraud.

Dooku held for ransom! After escaping capture by Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, the villainous Count Dooku fell into the clutches of pirates led by the brigand Hondo Ohnaka. Eager to get custody of Dooku, the Republic agreed to pay Hondo a hefty sum in exchange for the Sith Lord.

But Anakin and Obi-Wan had not counted on the treacherous cunning of Ohnaka and his band.

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Picking-up right from where the previous episode, Dooku Captured left-off, The Gungan General opens with Obi-Wan and Anakin waking-up in a prison cell and chained to Count Dooku, having been drugged by Hondo. With the impending arrival of the ransom for Sith Lord, Hondos crew, led by Turk, seek to double-cross the pirate captain, and take the spice for themselves. Jar Jar accompanies Senator Kharrus to Florrum, and as he is so often prone to do, becomes more of a hindrance than a help, seemingly contributing to the senators death when the Republic gunship is shot down by the pirates. As a result, Jar Jar becomes the highest-ranked individual in the group, with Commander Stone and the Clone Troopers all looking to him for leadership.

Amidst a constant stream of bickering between the Jedi and Sith, Dooku engineers an escape for the three of them, though their freedom is short-lived, and they are returned to their cell. You can never keep a good Jedi down though, and its not long before Obi-Wan has used the Force to influence a weak-minded Weequay to open the prison door, allowing him, Anakin and Dooku to make a break for it.

Then it is back to the skirmish between the pirates and the Republic party, with the former getting the upper-hand, allowing them to make-off with the spice. Jar Jar makes a smart observation about the indigenous skalders, who sense when it is safe to hide within the acid geysers, and subsequently following the lead of the creatures to climb out just before the geyser erupts! It is not long before the group are seen riding the beasts, catching-up with the pirates and regaining the ransom.

Meanwhile, Anakin, Obi-Wan and Dookus efforts to evade Hondo are once again unsuccessful, resulting in the two Jedi being tortured, much to the delight of the pirate captain.

Turks desperation to obtain the spice sees him taking three tanks in a show of force, while Jar Jar accepts the responsibility of being the one to go out and negotiate with the pirates. Cue more clumsiness from the Gungan, which, as weve seen before, ends-up working out for the best, resulting in the destruction of the tanks and the power lines that service Hondos base.

The loss of power to the prison door means that Dooku is able to walk out of his cell and overcome his guard, while Anakin and Obi-Wan are also freed and quickly regain their weapons to turn-the-tables on Hondo. In the process of making his escape on one of the pirate ships, Dooku shows no mercy to Turk, while the Jedi, displaying more noble traits, allow Hondo to live another day.

One interesting point to make about this episode, is that it is one of a few where Jar Jar is voiced by B.J. Hughes, and not Ahmed Best.

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Tick that can clone itself is found on cattle in Southern Ky. and wildlife in Eastern Ky.; it’s also a threat to pets, and hard to identify – The…

The Asian longhorned tick, which preys on a variety of hosts including humans and wild and domestic animals, has been found in Kentucky. This new tick is known to attack animals in large numbers and will be a concern to livestock producers, wildlife enthusiasts and pet owners.

This tick is an aggressive biter and frequently builds intense infestations on domestic hosts that can cause stress, reduced growth and severe blood loss, said Jonathan Larson, UK extension entomologist. One reason for their rapid buildup is that the female ticks can lay eggs without mating. It only takes a single fed female tick to create a population of ticks. Potentially, thousands can be found on an animal.

The tick has been found in small numbers on elk in Martin County and black bear in Floyd County. It was found in large numbers on a bull in Metcalfe County in the south-central part of the state.

The Metcalfe County ticks were submitted by a veterinarian who answered a call about a bull so infested that it was showing signs of severe fatigue, said Anna Pasternak, UK entomology graduate student who manages the Kentucky Tick Surveillance Program. Pasternak and Monica Cipriani, a student in the UK College of Public Health, sampled the Metcalfe County field and found more Asian longhorned ticks.

The Metcalfe County finding is particularly troubling, Pasternak said. It means the tick may have already spread farther across the state.

The tick was found in the U.S. in 2017. It has also been confirmed in Arkansas, Tennessee, the Carolinas, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

In addition to wildlife, the asian longhorned tick preys on cats, dogs, horses and chickens. Humans also are a host. It is a known or suspected vector of several important livestock viral, bacterial and protozoan agents. Scientists are conducting tests on ticks collected in the United States, and it is likely that some ticks will contain germs that can be harmful to animals.

The tick is hard to identify because it has no distinctive markings and unfed adults are smaller than other common adult ticks in Kentucky.

If you find an unusually large number of ticks on a pet or livestock, contact a veterinarian. If you think a tick might be an Asian longhorned tick, work with your county extension agent for agriculture and natural resources to submit the sample to UK entomologists for positive identification.

Ticks are a bigger problem than they once were, Kentucky Health News reported recently. UK has information on tick-bite prevention and removal at https://entomology.ca.uky.edu/ef618 and at county offices of the Cooperative Extension Service.

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THE BAD BATCH TV Show On Disney+ Could Include THE CLONE WARS And REBELS Hero Captain Rex – CBM (Comic Book Movie)

The Bad Batch promises to follow a group of clone troopers as they take on missions as mercenaries following the events of Revenge of the Sith, and given its unique setting in the timeline, fans are hopeful that certain characters will make cameo appearances along the way.

Recently, writer Brent Friedman - who penned the original "Bat Batch" story arc in The Clone Wars - teased that Captain Rex is likely to show up. Why? To explore the conversation between him and Echo in the final season of that show,which was never fully explained by the animated series.

No writing team has been announced for The Bad Batch beyond Dave Filoni, but it seems logical thatFriedman will have some input.

Rex's story, meanwhile, is intrinsically tied to that ofHunter, Crosshair, Tech, Wrecker, and Echo, and there are plenty of gaps in the beloved clone's life which could be filled in before we found him in Star Wars Rebels. Five's discovery of the inhibitor chips is pivotal for all these characters, so his legacyand Rex's conversation with Echo are all bound to be part of this show in some way.

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Breath of the Wild "clone" Genshin Impact gets release date – KitGuru

Genshin Impact received a lot of attention when it was first announced back in June 2019. The open-world action-RPG appears to take heavy inspiration in its visuals from titles such as Breath of the Wild. After many closed betas and much anticipation, the games developers MiHoYo have now announced that Genshin Impact will be released for iOS, Android and PC before October.

In an update post to its socials, MiHoYo announced that Genshin Impact will officially open its doors on iOS/Android/PC platforms before October! Travelers will then be able to freely visit the continent of Teyvat to start an adventure of their own, telling fans to stay tuned to announcements from our official channels for the exact release date!

Genshin Impact was previously announced to be releasing for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, though currently there is no release date for either platform. That being said, MiHoYo did provide an update on the PS4 release, announcing that In order to provide all Travelers with a smoother, higher-quality Genshin Impact experience on PlayStation 4, we will once again hold a closed beta test for the platform on July 30.

Though the inspirations for Genshin Impact are clear, the game has forged its own identity over the course of its development, and so itll be interesting to see how reception shapes up when it releases later this year and whether itll be able to shake its reputation as a Breath of the Wild clone.

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Pet Clones Market Review with 2025 Forecast Global Analysis by Types, Applications, Regions, Size & Trends, Top Players – Market Research Posts

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10 Video Game Clones That Kicked Your (Own) Ass – WhatCulture

Clones. Am I right?

It's a tried and tested trope for TV, Film and especially comic books, and with good reason. After all what better foe to fight against than yourself, especially if that version is nefariously evil and has a great laugh. In the medium of video games especially clones can create some of the best boss encounters or hurdles for the player to overcome as they know all your moves and all of your weaknesses.

These mirror matches can be arduous slogs as you are forced to think outside the box at the best of times, but what if the clone is actually superior to the original? You'll see a lot of examples where it might not be a spitting image but that's because version 2.0 over here is rocking more beef that a butchers window.

Here you have an even tougher fight ahead of you, because if you can't beat yourself then how in the hell are you going to beat your doppelganger who's been hitting the gym more than twice a month? HOW!?

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2020 Comic-Con at Home: How to watch panels and events, what to expect – Tom’s Guide

Nerds of the world! 2020 Comic-Con at Home is starting today and lasting through the weekend. So, you can watch Comic-Con at Home's movie and TV panels for free! and get the inside scoop about everything from The Walking Dead to Bill & Ted Face the Music straight from the stars and creators.

Stay tuned for updates from the panels and other events through the weekend.

Big news is already filtering out from the panels:

- The Walking Dead: World Beyond trailer provides the first look at the newest entry in the zombie franchise.

- The first trailer for HBO's His Dark Materials season 2 and the casting of Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Andrew Scott's daemon.Fleabag reunion!

- The opening scene of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the upcoming animated comedy from CBS All-Access.

2020 Comic-Con at Home is pared down from previous, in-person conventions. Marvel and DC won't have major presences, and there aren't any blockbuster movie panels lined up. But there will still be panels from fan fave TV shows like Star Trek: Picard and Discovery, The Simpsons, What We Do in the Shadows and Wynonna Earp. Movie panels include The New Mutants and a Q&A with Charlize Theron about her badass action career (and maybe she'll have news about The Old Guard 2).

Here's everything you need to know about 2020 Comic-Con at Home and how to watch the panels.

Comic-Con at Home starts at 12 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 22 with the debut of the Online Exhibit Hall featuring about 700 exhibitors.

Then, panels will take place Thursday through Sunday, July 23-26. Get the full schedule at the official Comic-Con@Home website.

Fans can watch all of the panels and events on the Comic-Con YouTube channel. or on the official Comic-Con@Home website.

2020 Comic-Con at House has a robust daily lineup on each of the four days. There are panels with comic creators, artists, journalists, publishers, experts and more.

We've compiled a list of TV and movie panel highlights that you should make sure not to miss.

Star Trek Universe (1 p.m. ET)

The cast and crew of Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek: Discovery and the upcoming animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks gather to boldly go where no one has gone before at Comic-Con: a virtual video panel. The Discovery crew will do a table read of the season 2 finale, while Patrick Stewart and the Picard gang discusses the acclaimed first season. Plus, get an exclusive extended first look from the premiere episode of Lower Decks.

Solar Opposites (2 p.m. ET)

Hulu's recent animated comedy is about four aliens who crash land on Earth and adjust to life in suburbia. The executive producers and voice cast will hold a discussion and present an exclusive clip from the upcoming second season.

Truth Seekers (3 p.m. ET)

Amazon's new supernatural horror comedy comes from Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead), Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz), James Serafinowicz (Sick Note), and Nat Saunders (Sick Note).They'll preview the eight-episode series about a team of part-time paranormal investigators who team up to uncover and film ghost sightings across the UK.

Utopia (4 p.m. ET)

Another new series from Amazon, Utopia is an eight-episode thriller about a group of young comic fans who discover the conspiracy in a graphic novel is real, and embark on a high-stakes adventure to save humanity from the end of the world. The panel features writer/executive producerGillian Flynn(Gone Girl) and series starsJohn Cusack(High Fidelity),Rainn Wilson(The Office),Sasha Lane(American Honey),Ashleigh LaThrop(Fifty Shades Freed),Dan Byrd(Cougar Town),Desmin Borges(You're The Worst),Javon "Wanna" Walton(Euphoria), andJessica Rothe(Happy Death Day).

His Dark Materials (4 p.m. ET)

Executive producersJane TranterandJack Thorne,as well as cast membersDafne Keen(Lyra),Ruth Wilson(Mrs. Coulter),Ariyon Bakare(Lord Boreal),Amir Wilson(Will Parry),Andrew Scott(John Parry), andLin-Manuel Miranda(Lee Scoresby) participate in a virtual panel discussion about the fantasy drama adapted from Philip Pullman's popular novels.

The New Mutants (5 p.m. ET)

This long-in-the-works X-Men horror spinoff looks like it's finally (probably?) seeing the light of day. Writer/Director Josh Boone and cast members Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, and Henry Zaga discuss the upcoming original horror-thriller

Upload (5 p.m. ET)

Creator, executive producer and director Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation) and stars Robbie Amell (Code 8), Andy Allo (Pitch Perfect 3), Kevin Bigley (Undone), Allegra Edwards (New Girl), and Zainab Johnson (American Koko) discuss how they brought this futuristic afterlife comedy to life. Plus, they'll tease what fans can expect in season two.

The Boys (6 p.m. ET)

The Boys season 2 is flying onto Amazon in early September, and fans can get an early look at what to expect from executive producer Eric Kripke and series stars Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara and Aya Cash.

Superstore (6 p.m. ET)

The underrated NBC comedy will be back for season 6 sometime soon, so celebrate the show with cast members Ben Feldman, Mark McKinney, Lauren Ash, Colton Dunn, Nico Santos, Nichole Sakura, and Kaliko Kauahi as well as showrunners Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green.

Charlize Theron: Evolution of a Badass An Action Hero Career Retrospective (1 p.m. ET)

Actress and producer Charlize Theron reflects on portraying over two decades of action heroes, from Aeon Flux to The Old Guards Andromache, Mad Max: Fury Roads Furiosa to Atomic Blondes Lorraine Broughton.

HBO Max and Cartoon Network Studios: Adventure Time: Distant Lands (2 p.m. ET)

The four Adventure Time Distant Lands specials explore the unseen corners of the world with both familiar and exciting brand-new characters.The BMO special crew takes fans behind the scenes. Plus, stick around for a sneak peek of the second special, Obsidian.

Marvel Comics: Next Big Thing (2 p.m. ET)

Marvel editor-in-chiefC.B. Cebulskibreaks down all the latest and greatest coming from the House of Ideas with some of Marvel's most epic creators. Get the scoop about the latest X-Men crossover event, the landmarkAmazing Spider-Man #850 and the return of the classic Marvel character, Werewolf by Night.

Vikings: Celebrating 6 Seasons of the Series (2 p.m. ET)

Michael Hirst, Travis Fimmel, Katheryn Winnick, Alex Ludwig, Clive Standen, and Jordan Patrick Smith will discuss their favorite moments from the past six and a half seasons, favorite fan interactions, and what makes Vikings so extraordinary.

LucasFilm Publishing: Stories from a Galaxy Far, Far Away (3 p.m. ET)

Some of the biggest and best Star Wars authors talk about some of their exciting new projects set in a galaxy far, far away. FeaturingTimothy Zahn, Alex Segura, Justina Ireland, George Mann, Preeti Chhibber, Tom Angleberger, Rebecca Roanhorse, Greg Pak,andAlyssa Wong.

AMCs Fear the Walking Dead (3 p.m. ET)

Moderated by Chris Hardwick, the panel will preview the upcoming sixth season and feature Walking Dead Universe chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunners and executive producers Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, and cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Karen David, Jenna Elfman and Rubn Blades.

AMC's The Walking Dead (4 p.m. ET)

The Walking Dead will make its 11th San Diego Comic-Con appearance with a panel spotlighting A Certain Doom, which will air as a standalone episode later this year. In the episode, Beta engages the final battle of the Whisperer War. Panelists include showrunner Angela Kang, executive producer and director Greg Nicotero and cast members Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Khary Payton, and Paola Lazaro.

AMCs The Walking Dead: World Beyond (5 p.m. ET)

The Walking Dead: World Beyond makes its Comic-Con International debut as the third series in wildly successful The Walking Dead Universe.The show delves into a new mythology and story that follows the first generation raised in a surviving civilization of the post-apocalyptic world. The panelists include showrunner and executive producer Matt Negrete and cast members Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Hal Cumpston, Nicholas Cantu, Nico Tortorella, Julia Ormond, and Joe Holt.

First Look at Hulus Helstrom (6 p.m. ET)

Talk about some family drama! Join Helstrom showrunner Paul Zbyszewski and castTom Austen, Sydney Lemmon, Elizabeth Marvel, Robert Wisdom, Ariana Guerra, June Carryl, and Alain Uyfor one hell of a sneak-peek look and conversation around bringing this terror-filled comic to life as Hulus next horror series.

HBO Max: Adult Animation Panel (6 p.m. ET)

Show creators of Robot Chicken, Samurai Jack, Genndy Tartakovskys Primal, Black Dynamite, Lazor Wulf, and Final Space share their favorite San Diego Comic-Con memories.

Peacock Original Series: The Capture (6 p.m. ET)

With the emergence of video surveillance and facial recognition, The Capture unveils a troubling world of fake news and the extraordinary power of intelligence services. To celebrate its recent premiere on Peacock, the cast and creators will come together to discuss what could happen when seeing is deceiving and technological capabilities are abused.

Bobs Burgers (7 p.m. ET)

Fans won't want to miss creator and executive producer Loren Bouchard sharing news about the upcoming season. Plus, they can send in questions to the always entertaining cast including H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman, Dan Mintz, and Larry Murphy.

Archer @Home (8 p.m. ET)

Watch voice cast members Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell, Judy Greer, Amber Nash, and Lucky Yates, plus executive producer Casey Willis reveal not-to-be-missed details about the new season of Archer.

The Simpsons @ Home (2 p.m. ET)

Find out how the show has surmounted social distancing and turbulent times en route to Season 32 from panelists Al Jean, Matt Selman, David Silverman, Carolyn Omine, Mike B. Anderson and moderator Yeardley Smith.

Constantine: 15th Anniversary Reunion (3 p.m. ET)

Keanu Reeves, director Francis Lawrence, and producer Akiva Goldsman reunite to reflect on the making of the 2005 DC Comics adaptation.

Blast Off with Disney+s The Right Stuff (4 p.m. ET)

Get an exclusive first look at The Right Stuff, the first scripted Disney+ original series from National Geographic. The series takes a clear-eyed look at the early days of the U.S. space program.

For All Mankind (5 p.m. ET)

Cast members Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, Wrenn Schmidt, Sonya Walger, and Krys Marshall gather for a thoughtful conversation looking back on season one of the Apple TV+ drama. And there will be an exclusive first look at season 2.

Peacock Original Series: Brave New World (6 p.m. ET)

The cast and crew gather to discuss the adaptation of Aldous Huxley's seminal novel. Join creator and showrunner David Wiener and cast members Alden Ehrenreich, Jessica Brown Findlay, Harry Lloyd, Hannah John-Kamen, Nina Sosanya, Kylie Bunbury and Joseph Morgan for an in-depth look at the making of the series.

Bill & Ted Face the Music (6 p.m. ET)

Party on, dudes ... virtually! Cast members Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, director Dean Parisot alongside writers Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson gather for a lively panel moderated by filmmaker and fan Kevin Smith.

HBOs Lovecraft Country (7 p.m. ET)

Get an early look at the upcoming drama inspired by an H.P. Lovecraft novel.In 1950s Jim Crow America, a trio of friends overcome racist terrors and terrifying monsters. The panel features cast members Jurnee Smollett, Jonathan Majors, Michael Kenneth Williams, Aunjanue Ellis, Wunmi Mosaku, Abbey Lee, and Courtney B. Vance.

SYFY: Wynonna Earp (8 p.m. ET)

The supernatural Western is finally back on Syfy this Sunday, July 26. Join showrunner Emily Andras alongside cast members Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell, and Varun Saranga as they talk about the highly anticipated 4th season, show off their best impressions, challenge each other with a round of trivia. and share a sneak peek of the season 4 premiere episode.

What We Do In The Shadows (8 p.m. ET)

The mockumentary comedy follows four vampires and their loyal familiar who, in a surprising twist, is a descendant of famed vampire slayer Van Helsing. Join the sharp-toothed cast Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Kayvan Novak, Mark Proksch, and Harvey Guilln and the creative team for a spirited discussion hosted by special guest, Haley Joel Osment.

An Evening With Kevin Smith (9 p.m. ET)

Kevin Smith talks Son-In-Lockdown, unveils a new Funko Pop, and drops the first look at his new film Killroy Was Here.

Farscape ... To Be Continued (9 p.m. ET)

Farscapeis now on Amazon Prime and there has been talk of its return. JoinFarscapecast members in celebration of this epic sci-fi series

Hoops (1 p.m. ET)

Netflix's new adult animated series follows a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach. Get the scoop from voice stars Jake Johnson, Rob Riggle, Ron Funches, Natasha Leggero, Cleo King, and A.D. Miles, as well as creator and executive producer Ben Hoffman and moderator/ guest voice star Max Greenfield.

Next (2 p.m. ET)

Fox's new fall drama presents the thrilling opening scene of the propulsive, fact-based thriller about the emergence of a deadly, rogue artificial intelligence.

The 100 Special Video Presentation & Q&A ( 3 p.m. ET)

Find out whats in store for the final season of The CW's apocalyptic drama and how their journey may end. The panel includes series stars Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery, and creator/executive producer Jason Rothenberg for their final Comic-Con appearance.

A Conversation with Nathan Fillion (5 p.m. ET)

Showrunner Alexi Hawley (The Rookie) talks with Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle, The Rookie) about his career in film and television. With special appearances by Joss Whedon, Alan Tudyk, Gina Torres, Mekia Cox, Molly Quinn, Seamus Dever, and Jon Huertas.

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How to Watch Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live and the Full Panel Schedule – IGN Southeast Asia

San Diego Comic-Con and IGN are teaming up to bring pop culture and entertainments biggest annual event straight to your screen with a new online virtual event: Comic-Con@Home. For the first time ever, every panel that is normally at SDCC, will be broadcasted live and IGNs hosts will be there to present new trailers, do exclusive interviews, highlight awesome cosplay, and so much more. If youd like to join us for this momentous event and watch some of the biggest panels during the show -- including official Comic-Con@Home panels for The New Mutants, The Boys, The Walking Dead, Bill & Ted Face the Music and more -- heres everything you need to know to tune in.

Asterisks denote official Comic-Con@Home panels. All listed times are in the Pacific timezone.

A look ahead at the biggest panels from Comic-Con@Home with hosts Akeem Lawanson and Sydnee Goodman, and IGN special guests, plus an interview with Rob Liefeld where he calls out Kevin Feige for not using Deadpool before talking about his new Hasbro IDW comic series, Snake Eyes Deadgame.

4:00-4:50pm:GeekEd: Watchmen and the Cruelty of Masks*

HBO's Watchmen put forth the idea that "masks make one cruel". On college campuses, many people, both students and non-students have taken up virtual masks to make statements and take actions that would not be acceptable if done in public. Zoom bombing, doxing, and anonymous threats have caused much dismay, particularly as campuses move to remote learning due to COVID-19. Come hear what educators have to say about the power of masks and how Watchmen and other comics show us a path towards heroism or villainy. Dr. Kalenda Eaton (University of Oklahoma), Dr. David Surratt (University of Oklahoma), Hailey Lopez (UC Berkeley), Robert Hypes (Phoenix Creative Collective), and Alfred Day (UC Berkeley).

4:50-5:00pm:Comic-Con@Home on IGN: Preview Night Post-Show

Join IGN hosts Sydnee Goodman, Akeem Lawanson and Terri Schwartz for a look-ahead at Comic-Con@Home, and share what you are most excited to see using the hashtag #IGNComicCon.

5:00-6:00pm:Up at Noon - Comic-Con@Home Edition

IGN's Max Scoville and Brian Altano host a special Comic-Con@Home edition of our weekly variety show Up at Noon, featuring an exclusive Yakuza: Like a Dragon interview and reveal, as well as collectibles reveals and unboxings.

Star Trek broke barriers when it first premiered more than 50 years ago, inspiring people of all walks of life by championing cultural diversity, scientific advancement, and the exploration of new frontiers. Today, this legacy carries on through the Star Trek series on CBS All Access, where Starfleet and new characters alike take on exciting missions and explore uncharted areas of the universe while keeping true to the ideals of Star Trek that society needs now more than ever. Join us as we virtually bring together the casts and producers from Star Trek: Discovery, new animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks and Star Trek: Picard.

11:25am-12:00pm:IGN Live: Close Enough Interview

IGN interview with JG Quintel about HBO Max series Close Enough.

12:00-12:52pm: Mattel & WWE Elite Squad Fan Panel*

The superstars of WWE and the Mattel action figure design team reveal the most exciting, authentic, upcoming WWE figure releases. Moderated by "The Last Professional Broadcaster" Sam Roberts, the panel features Mattel Elite Squad members Bill Miekina and Steve Ozer, and WWE Superstars Edge, Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae, Rhea Ripley, and Ricochet!

12:52-1:00pm:IGN Live: Nick Frost Truth Seekers Interview

IGN interview with Nick Frost, star, co-writer and co-creator of Amazon Prime Video's Truth Seekers.

1:00-1:53pm:Amazon Prime Video: Utopia*

A twisted, eight-episode thriller about a group of young comic fans who discover the conspiracy in a graphic novel is real, and embark on a high-stakes adventure to save humanity from the end of the world. Join writer and executive producer Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) and series stars John Cusack (High Fidelity), Rainn Wilson (The Office), Sasha Lane (American Honey), Ashleigh LaThrop (Fifty Shades Freed), Dan Byrd (Cougar Town), Desmin Borges (You're The Worst), Javon "Wanna" Walton (Euphoria), and Jessica Rothe (Happy Death Day) for a Q&A moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Christian Holub.

1:53-2:00pm:IGN Live

2:00-2:45pm:The New Mutants*

Join Writer/Director Josh Boone and the cast of Twentieth Century Studios and Marvel Entertainments The New Mutants, including: Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt and Henry Zaga for a discussion about the upcoming original horror thriller moderated by Ira Madison III.

2:45-3:00pm:IGN Live

3:00-4:00pm:The Boys Season 2*

Join executive producer Eric Kripke, along with series stars Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara, and Aya Cash, with moderator Aisha Tyler, for a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming second season of The Boys. Executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg will also make a special appearance. Based on The New York Times best-selling comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes - who are as popular as celebrities - abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. The even more intense, more insane season two finds The Boys on the run from the law, hunted by the Supes, and desperately trying to regroup and fight back against Vought.

4:00-4:43pm:Bugs Bunny's 80th Anniversary Extravaganza*

Take a trip through eight decades of laughs and carrots when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) presents an all-encompassing look at one of the world's most beloved and recognizable stars. Join three of the current voices of Bugs Bunny--Billy West (Space Jam, Futurama, Doug), Jeff Bergman (Tiny Toon Adventures, Our Cartoon President), and Eric Bauza (Looney Tunes Cartoons, Muppet Babies)--alongside Looney Tunes Cartoons executive producer Pete Browngardt (Uncle Grandpa), movie historian, author and TV personality Leonard Maltin (Entertainment Tonight), animation historian and author Jerry Beck (Animation Scoop), and Warner Archive senior vice president George Feltenstein as they cover the gamut of Bugs' history from theatrical shorts to Saturday morning cartoons and the new HBO-MAX series. Actress Yvette Nicole Brown (Community, Avengers: Endgame, DC Super Hero Girls) will moderate the panel.

4:43-5:00pm:IGN Live: The Boys and Upload Interviews

IGN interview with The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke, and interview with creator and stars of Amazon Prime Video's Upload: Greg Daniels, Robbie Amell and Andy Allo.

5:00-5:44pm:Image Comics Spotlight*

Get the exclusive scoop on an exciting new project by a best-selling powerhouse creative team returning to Image for an all-new series.

5:44-6:00pm:IGN Live: Image Comics New Series Interview

IGN interview with Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw about their new Image Comics series.

6:00-6:55pm:Mystery Science Theater 3000: A Panel Panorama*

Erik Adams (The A.V. Club) leads a discussion with MST3K creator Joel Hodgson and former cast members Bill Corbett (Crow T. Robot #2) and J. Elvis Weinstein (Tom Servo #1) as they engage in some good old-fashioned Q&A.

6:55-7:30pm:Comic-Con@Home on IGN: Thursday Post-Show and Cosplay Spotlight

10:00-10:33am:Charlize Theron: Evolution of a Badass*

Actress and producer Charlize Theron reflects on portraying over two decades of action heroes, from on Flux to The Old Guard's Andromache, Mad Max: Fury Road's Furiosa to Atomic Blonde's Lorraine Broughton. In a lengthy retrospective Q&A moderated by IGN's Terri Schwartz, Theron discusses the evolution of the modern female action hero, the roles that inspired her and what drives her to constantly push her limits with fight training.

10:33-11:00am:IGN Live: Project Power interview with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Directors Henry Joost and Rel Schulman

IGN interview with star Joseph Gordon-Levitt and directors Henry Joost and Rel Schulman and an exclusive first look at the new film Project Power.

11:00-11:38am:HBO Max and Cartoon Network Studios: Adventure Time: Distant Lands*

C'mon grab your friends for a special return to the Land of Ooo and beyond with Adventure Time: Distant Lands. Based on the animated series Adventure Time by show creator Pendleton Ward and executive producer Adam Muto, these four specials explore the unseen corners of the world with both familiar and exciting brand-new characters. Join moderator Michaela Dietz, Amethyst from Steven Universe, as she shares all of the ba-nay-nay details about the BMO special from Adam Muto (executive producer), Glory Curda (Y5), Olivia Olson (Marceline), and Niki Yang (BMO). Plus, stick around for a righteous sneak peek of the second special, Obsidian. It's gonna be so spice!

11:38am-12:00pm:IGN Live: Adventure Time: Distant Lands Interview

IGN interview with Adventure Time: Distant Lands executive producer Adam Muto and star Olivia Olson (Marceline).

12:00-12:47pm:Lucasfilm Publishing: Stories From A Galaxy Far, Far Away*

Some of the biggest and best Star Wars authors talk about some of their exciting new projects set in a galaxy far, far away. Featuring Timothy Zahn, Alex Segura, Justina Ireland, George Mann, Preeti Chhibber, Tom Angleberger, Rebecca Roanhorse, Greg Pak, and Alyssa Wong. Moderated by This Week In Star Wars host Kristin Baver and Lucasfilm Publishing senior editor Robert Simpson.

12:47-1:00pm:IGN Live: Star Wars: Darth Vader Greg Pak Interview

IGN interview with Greg Pak about Lucasfilm Publishing's Star Wars: Dark Vader comic series.

1:00-2:00pm:AMC's The Walking Dead*

The Walking Dead will make its 11th San Diego Comic-Con appearance with a panel spotlighting "A Certain Doom, " which will air as a standalone episode later this year. Moderated by Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead), the panel will feature TWDU chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner and executive producer Angela Kang, executive producer Greg Nicotero, who directed the episode, and cast members Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Khary Payton, and Paola Lazaro. In The Walking Dead episode 1016, "A Certain Doom, " Beta engages the final battle of the Whisperer War.

2:00-2:45pm:AMC's The Walking Dead: The World Beyond*

The Walking Dead: World Beyond makes its Comic-Con International debut as the third series in wildly successful The Walking Dead Universe. Moderated by Chris Hardwick, the series' panel will feature TWDU chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner and executive producer Matt Negrete and cast members Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Hal Cumpston, Nicholas Cantu, Nico Tortorella, Julia Ormond, and Joe Holt. The Walking Dead: World Beyond delves into a new mythology and story that follows the first generation raised in a surviving civilization of the post-apocalyptic world. Two sisters along with two friends leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead on an important quest. Pursued by those who wish to protect them and those who wish to harm them, a tale of growing up and transformation unfurls across dangerous terrain, challenging everything they know about the world, themselves and each other. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. But all of them will find the truths they seek.

2:45-3:00pm:IGN Live

3:00-3:41pm:First Look at Hulu's Helstrom*

Talk about some family drama! Join Helstrom showrunner Paul Zbyszewski and cast--Tom Austen, Sydney Lemmon, Elizabeth Marvel, Robert Wisdom, Ariana Guerra, June Carryl, and Alain Uy--for one hell of a sneak-peek look and conversation around bringing this terror-filled comic to life as Hulu's next horror series. Moderated by IGN's Laura Prudom.

3:41-4:00pm:IGN Live

4:00-4:40pm:Robert Kirkman At Home*

Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, Invincible, Fire Power) shares his latest projects and answers your questions!

4:40-5:00pm:IGN Live

5:00-5:43pm:Archer @Home*

Who says staying home is boring? Archer, FXX's award-winning animated comedy, returns for its 11th season later this year and follows Sterling Archer and his return to the spy world after a three-year coma. But first, join the voice cast of Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell, Judy Greer, Amber Nash, and Lucky Yates, plus executive producer Casey Willis for a lively discussion and the reveal of not-to-be-missed details about the new season!

5:43-6:00pm:IGN Live: Archer Cast Interview

IGN interview with Archer (FXX) stars Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell and Judy Greer.

6:00-6:45pm:Syfy: TZGZ's Adult Animated Originals*

Prepare to depart on a journey of animated bliss and get the first look at four new originals coming to TZGZ, SYFYs late-night adult animation block! Take a magical trip with the fantastically flustered High Wizard as he transports us into the zany worlds of each new show. Moderated by Baron Vaughn (SYFY WIREs The Great Debate), join the creators and celebrity voices of Wild Life, Hell Den, Magical Girl Friendship Squad, and Devil May Care for an exclusive sneak peek at the future of late-night animation on SYFY.

6:45-7:00pm:Comic-Con@Home on IGN: Friday Post-Show and Cosplay Spotlight

10:00-10:41am:Cosmos: Possible Worlds*

Making its network debut this fall on FOX, the latest installation in the Cosmos franchise, Cosmos: Possible Worlds, takes audiences on a series of spiritual voyages of exploration revealing previously uncharted realms, including lost worlds and worlds to come, and those that we may one day inhabit in a thrilling future we can still have. Join creator, executive producer, director and writer Ann Druyan; host and acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; executive producer, director and writer Brannon Braga; executive producer Jason Clark; and visual effects supervisor Jeffrey A. Okun for a conversation about what is in store for the next chapter of Cosmos and a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the series. Featuring an introduction by executive producer Seth MacFarlane and exclusive never-before-seen footage, this panel discussion illustrates why Cosmos has remained relevant for the last 40 years.

10:41-11:00am:IGN Live

11:00-11:50am:DC@Home Day Two*

Be sure to drop in on this panel to hear from DC's hottest talent about their latest works and how they're making DC and The World's Greatest Super Heroes the home for fans of great superhero storytelling worldwide! The creative talent behind some of DC's most popular characters are on hand to give behind the scenes details on their stories and how they put their own unique voices to the heroes and villains that DC fans have come to know and love (and hate)! DC talent to appear: Greg Capullo, Cecil Castellucci, Katana Collins, Kami Garcia, Jorge Jimenez, Daniel Warren Johnson, Dan Jurgens, Jim Lee, Sean Gordon Murphy, Bruno Redondo, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, and Brad Walker.

11:50am-12:00pm:IGN Live

12:00-12:46pm:Constantine: 15th Anniversary Reunion*

Keanu Reeves, director Francis Lawrence, and producer Akiva Goldsman reunite to reflect on the making of the 2005 DC Comics adaptation. Moderated by Collider's editor-in-chief Steven Weintraub.

12:46-1:00pm:IGN Live: The Right Stuff Interview

IGN interview with Colin O'Donoghue and Jake McDorman, stars of the National Geographic series The Right Stuff on Disney +"

1:00-1:56pm:Blast Off With Disney+s The Right Stuff*

From Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way and Warner Horizon Scripted Television, Thie Right Stuff is the first scripted Disney+ original series from National Geographic. The series takes a clear-eyed look at the early days of the US space program. The series follows seven of the military's best pilots become astronauts for the newly-formed NASA at the height of the Cold War. Competing to be the first in space, these ordinary men achieve the extraordinary, inspiring America to turn towards a new horizon of ambition and hope. In this 45-minute panel moderated by former NASA Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison, you will hear from the cast and crew about making this compelling and cinematically extraordinary series, PLUS an exclusive first look will be revealed!

1:56-2:00pm:IGN Live

2:00-2:39pm:Family Guy*

Cast members Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, and executive producers Rich Appel, Alec Sulkin, and Kara Vallow from FOX's hit animated comedy Family Guy celebrates 350 episodes with a virtual table read! After, they'll take a look back at some of their favorite moments from the last 18 seasons, plus a special sneak peek at the hilarity and hi-jinx coming up in their 19th season premiering this fall on FOX!

2:39-3:00pm:IGN Live: BOOM!Studios Power Rangers Comic Interview

IGN interview with Ryan Parrott about the new BOOM! Studios Power Rangers comic series following the BOOM! Studios Power Rangers panel.

3:00-3:43pm:Bill & Ted Face the Music*

Cast Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, director Dean Parisot alongside writers Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson gather for a lively panel moderated by filmmaker and fan Kevin Smith.

3:43-4:00pm:IGN Live: The Simpsons' Al Jean and Matt Selman Interview

IGN interview with The Simpsons executive producers Al Jean and Matt Selman.

4:00-4:45pm:TBA

4:45-5:00pm:IGN Live

5:00-5:33pm:What We Do in the Shadows*

Named "TV's best comedy" by the Hollywood Reporter, What We Do in the Shadows is a documentary-style look into the lives of four vampires and their loyal familiar who, in a surprising twist, is a descendant of famed vampire slayer Van Helsing. Join us in raising a glass of regular human alcohol beer to the sharp-toothed cast--Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Kayvan Novak, Mark Proksch, and Harvey Guilln--and the creative team for a spirited discussion hosted by special guest, Haley Joel Osment.

5:33-6:00pm:IGN Live: What We Do in the Shadows and Wynonna Earp Interviews, and G-Loc First Look

IGN interview with the cast and executive producers of FXX's What We Do in the Shadows: Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Kayvan Novak, Mark Proksch, Harvey Guilln, Paul Simms and Stefani Robinson, an interview with Wynonna Earp stars Tim Rozon and Kat Barrell, and exclusive new look at Lionsgate's sci-fi film G-LOC and interview with stars Stephen Moyer and Casper Van Dien.

6:00-6:45pm:Scary Good TV: A Conversation with Horror's Top Showrunners*

Nick Antosca (Channel Zero), Meredith Averill (Locke & Key), Don Mancini (Chucky), Greg Nicotero (Creepshow), and Jami OBrien (NOS4A2) offer their unique insights on why horror TV is having a moment and what it takes to create the kind of terrifying shows that keep viewers coming back episode after episode. Moderated by screenwriter/educator Tananarive Due (executive producer, Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror). Panel presented by Shudder.

6:45-7:00pm:Comic-Con@Home on IGN: Saturday Post-Show and Cosplay Spotlight

10:00-10:40am:Hoops*

The star-studded voice cast of Hoops, a new adult animated series for Netflix launching this summer from 20th Century Fox Television (The Simpsons, Family Guy, Bob's Burgers), gathered for an irreverent-in-the-best-way conversation about coming together to make this show that follows a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach who is sure he'll hit the big leagues if he can only turn his terrible team around. Voice stars Jake Johnson, Rob Riggle, Ron Funches, Natasha Leggero, Cleo King, and A.D. Miles join creator and executive producer Ben Hoffman and moderator/ guest voice star Max Greenfield (Johnson's former New Girl co-star) for a truly wild and hilarious Q&A. Fans will be treated to an exclusive first look at footage from the premiere episode. Hoops comes from writer-comedian Ben Hoffman (The Late Late Show with James Corden, Archer), Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The Lego Movie), with animation produced by Bento Box (Bob's Burgers).

10:40-11:00am:IGN Live: Hoops Jake Johnson and Ben Hoffman Interview

IGN interview with Jake Johnson and Ben Hoffman, the star and creator of the Netflix animated comedy Hoops from 20th Century Fox Television.

11:00-11:49am:No Tow Trucks Beyond Mars*

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