EXCLUSIVE: Check Out Long Beach Comic Con's #MakeComics Programming Schedule

Long Beach Comic Con has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive first look at their #MakeComics programming for 2015.

You can check it out below.

Long Beach Comic Con will be held on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday September 13 at the Long Beach Convention Center. Tickets are available now through the website: www.longbeachcomiccon.com. Follow Long Beach Comic Con on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and information.

The Long Beach Comic Con guest list is amazingly diverse, with more than 150 creators from David Petersen (who will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of MOUSE GUARD), Adam Kubert (who is making his first appearance at a Long Beach Show) the entire Man of Action team (Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle), Marc Guggenheim (ARROW) and Tara Butters (Marvel Entertainment's AGENT CARTER), Michele Fazekas and Kris Anka (CAPTAIN MARVEL), Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage (Marvel's DAREDEVIL), STAR WARS artists Stuart and Kathryn Immonen, STAR WARS and YA novelist Cecil Castellucci, all ages creators like Mike Kunkel (HEROBEAR) and Stan Sakai (USAGI YOJIMBO), legendary artist Art Adams and legendary writer Marv Wolfman, Image Comics creators like Brian Buccellato, Joe Harris, Jimmie Robinson, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Ngyuen and Richard Starkings and actress Maitlind Ward Baxter.

Here's the line up...

Panel: How to Create a Comic Book Portfolio with Bob Schreck
Panelists: Bob Schreck

Description: Here's your chance to get a leg up! Legendary comic book editor Bob Schreck guides you through putting together your comic book portfolio so you can compete with the best of them. Take advantage of this unique and can't-miss opportunity and learn from one of the most prominent and well-respected editors in the business!

Time: Saturday 10:30 to 11:30 AM

Panel: How to Edit Comics

Panelists: Bob Schreck, Len Wein, Janelle Asselin
Description: Whether you're an artist, writer or fan, you won't want to miss this comprehensive panel on what an editor looks for, and get an inside peek at the process behind some of the best editors in the business

Time: Saturday 12:30 to 1:30 PM

Panel: Building a Better Blockbuster

Panelists: Marcus Perry, Bob Schulze, Craig Miller, Steven Wagner
Description: These days it's all about marketing. Join the discussion with the experts as they teach you how to market your property so it reaches the widest audience possible. Marcus Perry is the VP of Worldwide Creative Content at Paramount Studios, writer of Albert Einstein: Time Mason and Descendant from Image Comics and has scripted multiple Key Art Award-winning trailers and spots for major motion picture and television marketing campaigns. Bob Schulze has edited some of the biggest movie trailers while working at Transit, mOcean and Aspect Ratio, and is currently launching the CHROMA graphic novel series from his own company, Chroma Studios. Craig Miller started his career as a publicist for the motion picture industry, working on Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, The Dark Crystal, Superman, Altered States, Splash and is currently supervising the writing on two 52 episode series for TV. Steven L. Wagner is a writer-producer/editor at NBC Entertainment Marketing and Digital. For 7 years he has played a key role in launching notable NBC shows, including The Voice, J. J. Abrams' Revolution, Bryan Fuller's Hannibal, The Blacklist - and is now Creative Director on the Heroes Reborn campaign. He comes from a background of writing, producing, and directing his own work, including a series of groundbreaking sci-fi shorts. Currently, he is developing various projects, including the original digital series Cemetery Boys, and the sci-fi feature, Beta.

Time: Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 PM

Panel: Kickstarter: Crowdfunding Practical Strategies

Panelists: Siike Donnelly (writer/artist: Solestar/Elan Vital, two successful Kickstarter campaigns), Ray Chou (Writer: Skies of Fire, two successful Kickstarter campaigns), Jules Rivera (writer/illustrator of Misfortune High and Valkyrie Squadron, two successful Kickstarter campaigns)

Description: Join moderator Madeleine Holly-Rosing, writer/creator of Boston Metaphysical Society, who has run two successful Kickstarter campaigns and is the author of "Kickstarter for the Independent Creator" as she discusses with panelists the practical strategies for running a successful Kickstarter campaign,. The do's and don'ts, how to prepare before you launch as well as their own personal experiences with crowdfunding.

Panel: Creating Dynamic Covers

Panelists: Stuart Immomen, Kris Anka, Dustin Nguyen, Adam Kubert
Description: Comics Beat examines the all important art of comic book covers. What catches your eye? When do you experiment? Find out from Captain Marvel artist Kris Anka, Descender co-creator Dustin Nguyen, Star Wars penciler Stuart Immonen, and the illustrious Adam Kubert. Aspiring artist and fans alike won't want to miss this one.

Time: Saturday from 1:30 to 3 PM PT

Panel: Adaption Game: Writing Licensed Properties

Panelists: Eric Carrasco (Sleepy Hollow), Jackson Lanzing/Collin Kelly (Maze Runner, Hacktivist), Ryan Parrot (Star Trek; Revolution)
Description: Find out how your favorite TV shows and movies make it from screen to page in a romp through the weird, wonderful world of licensed comics. BOOM! editor Dafna Pleban will moderate a panel with fancy-pants creators from the STAR TREK, SLEEPY HOLLOW and MAZE RUNNER comics. LEARN how to break into the industry! THRILL to some anecdotes! Marvel at possible secrets from your favorite TV shows and movies!* *But probably not. We've all signed NDA's.

Time: Saturday from 3 to 4 PM PT

Panel: Creating Your Own Style: A Live Art Demo
Panelists: Karl Altstaetter, Justin Greenwood, Jimmie Robinson
Description: Join fan favorite artists as they show you how they acquired their unique drawing styles, and then show you how you can develop yours!

Time: Time: Saturday from 3:30 to 5 PM PM

Panel: Independent Publishing & Social Media

Panelists: Zack Morrissette, Tony Donley

Description: Join Zack Morrissette, author of two books self-published on Amazon.com and Tony Donley, of Tiny Donkey Studios as they discuss their experiences with independent publishing and how social media plays a huge part.

Time: Saturday 5:00 to 6:00 PM PT

Panel: Creating Comics on the iPad
Panelists: Brian Miller
Description: The iPad has transformed the way you read comics, but did you know you can create comic art on the iPad, too? See a comic book character come to life as Hi-Fi's Brian Miller (Starfire, Justice League, SpongeBob) demonstrates step-by-step how to pencil, ink and pait comics on the iPad. Learn the basic tools and techniques including which apps work best and how you too can transform your ipad into a portable art studio. Q&A session at the end!

Time: Sunday from 10:30 to 11:30 AM

Panel: Portfolio Review with Barbara Kesel

Panelists: Barbara Kesel

Description: This is it! Here is your chance to see if you have what it takes to break into the comics industry. Veteran editor/writer Barbara Kesel will be reviewing portfolios and giving you the advice you need to break into the industry you love!

Time: Sunday 11 AM to 12 NOON

Panel: Webcomics Gathering

Panelists: Phil Vecchio (Brax Comics) Brendan Creecy (Brax Comics) Patrick Scullin (Super Siblings)

Description: The Webcomics Advocates will host a gathering for fans and creators of webcomics. This is your chance to learn about making webcomics, network, promote your own webcomic, and maybe even pitch your webcomic idea in front of a room full of creators and fans!

Time: Sunday 11:30 to 12:30

Panel: Kubert School Q&A Featuring Adam Kubert

Panelists: Adam Kubert, Bill Thompson (concept and game artist), Garry Brown (Catwoman, Massive, etc), Emi Brown (Storyboard artist for Warner Brothers), Dan Duncan (Illustrator, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

Time: Sunday 11:30 to 12:30 PM

Panel: Empowering Diverse Voices Through Comics
Panelists: Melissa Jane Osborne, Emily Dell, Molly Helms, Paige Warren, Jo Buckman

Description: All of these women panelists are storytellers in a variety of mediums and they have all gravitated towards comics for the fun, the instant gratification and the creative freedom it allows them; to explore themes and issues that aren't always mainstream. This panel will host a discussion about how they found comics, and how they are using them to tell different and diverse stories about the female experience.

Time: Sunday 12:30 to 2:00 PM

Panel: Lost in Translation: Applying Your Own Voice to Someone Else's Characters

Panelists: Mike Johnson (Star Trek; Supergirl), Mairghread Scott (Transformers), Jody Hauser (Orphan Black), Joe Harris (X-Files)

Description: Q: How do you apply your own voice and imagination to someone else's characters? A: Very carefully. For more sage advice on playing in pop culture's best sandboxes and how to NOT lose anything in translation, join writers from the X-FILES, STAR TREK, TRANSFORMERS, and ORPHAN BLACK comics as they talk about comics and dispense free advice.

Time: Sunday 1:30 to 2:30 PM

Panel: Hi-Fi Coloring Panel

Panelists: Brian Miller

Description: Hi-Fi's Brian Miller (Starfire, Justice League, SpongeBob) demonstrates step-by-step how to color and paint comics using basic tools and techniques. Get tips and tricks and learn from the best! Q&A session at the end.

Time: Sunday 2:30 to 3:30 PM

Panel: Indie Creators, Unite! How to Make Self-Publishing a Reality

Panelists: Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Cupcake POW!), Gavin Hignight (Nickelodeon's TMNT, The Concrete World), Jacob Semahn (Image Comics' Goners), Josh Trujillo (Love Machines), and Bryant Dillon (Identity Thief, Something Animal)

Description: Are you an independent creator in need of a few helpful hints to get your project off the ground? Do you have questions about publishing and are unsure where to turn? Led by Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon, this panel of indie creators, including Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Cupcake POW!), Gavin Hignight (Nickelodeon's TMNT, The Concrete World), Jacob Semahn (Image Comics' Goners), Josh Trujillo (Love Machines), and Bryant Dillon (Identity Thief, Something Animal), will guide you through the self-publishing process and answer all of your questions.

Time: Sunday 3:30 to 4:30 PM

Panel: Where Do Ideas Come From?

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Description: Tips, tricks, and strategies from a veteran writer/editor for vanquishing blocked brain cells and deadline demons. You bring me a problem, I've got a solution for it!

Time: Sunday 4:00 to 5:00 PM