BBC.com CULTURE RETURNS TO SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON WITH
“ARE HEROES BORN OR MADE?”
New York – July 6, 2016 – Returning to San Diego Comic-Con for a second year, BBC.com Culture presents its 2016 panel, “Are Heroes Born or Made?” featuring writing duo Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War), Industrial Light & Magic visual effects art director Aaron McBride (The Avengers, Jurassic World), and comic writer Christopher James Priest (Black Panther, Batman). The panel, moderated by BBC.com’s Deputy Culture Editor Christian Blauvelt, will address the ultimate question: who are the greater heroes – those who were born with powers, or those who have none?
Don’t Miss This Panel!
Are Heroes Born or Made?
Friday, July 22nd
Prior to joining BBC.com, Christian Blauvelt was a culture and entertainment journalist for Entertainment Weekly and Hollywood.com. He currently makes frequent TV appearances on BBC World News’ Talking Movies and the CBS New York Sunday Morning News. Twitter: @Ctblauvelt
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