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Dan Slott dishes on Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Doctor Who, and more at SDCC '22

Popverse brings you live coverage from the Dan Slott Spotlight panel at SDCC!

Dan Slott
Image credit: Kat Calamia (Popverse)

The full title of this panel is: The Dan Slott Panel of Comic Book Accountability, or "Why did you do THAT to my favorite comic character?," but that didn't fit into our header. BUT, that doesn't mean we're giving up on this thing! In fact, we're going to be covering the whole panel-- live!

Dan Slott has written a whole host of beloved characters over the years, most notably Spider-Man, and he's here to chat about his work and answer questions.

The offical panel synopsis reads: "It's 10 in the morning. Dan Slott has a spotlight panel and is probably groggy. If you ask him the right questions, he might slip up and accidentally give away something important. How can you pass that up? He's written Ren & Stimpy, Batman, She-Hulk, Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four, and the longest-ever run of Amazing Spider-Man. Ask him anything. Also, this will be the first panel where you can ask him questions about his NEW ongoing Marvel series . . . which will have been announced by now. Yeah. You know you've got questions about that!"

That "NEW ongoing Marvel series" is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

So stay tuned to this page and read along as things happen, or maybe go grab some breakfast and come back later to read the coverage after its all done!

To follow along with Popverse's coverage throughout San Diego Comic Con, check out our roundup of SDCC coverage.

Kat Calamia

Kat Calamia: Kat Calamia is the co-writer and co-creator of the queer WEBTOON, Slice of Life, and the editor/creator of Bi Visibility: A Bisexual Comic Book Anthology. She's been a comic book critic and journalist for over a decade with weekly reviews on her YouTube channel, Comic Uno, and bylines from Newsarama, IGN, DC Comics, Fandom and TV Guide. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with a minor in Journalism through Marymount Manhattan College and a MFA in Writing and Producing Television from LIU Brooklyn.


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