Category Archives: Convention
FRIDAY – SUNDAY Signing and selling books at GeekFest booth 228 when I’m not doing panels. SATURDAY, OCT. 29 12:30-1:20 room 301A “The Evolution of Geek Culture” 2:00-2:50 room 406AB “Comics Psychology from Wonder Woman and Wertham to the Worldwide Web” 3:00-3:50 room 404A “Psychology of Cult TV Shows: Episode 3” 4:00-4:50 room 404A “Game […]
FRIDAY 5:00-5:45PM BATMAN AND PSYCHOLOGY: A DARK AND STORMY KNIGHT (CONFERENCE HALL A) Travis Langley 6:00-6:45PM WONDER WOMAN DAY! TRIPLE DC ANNIVERSARY: WONDER WOMAN, FLASH & BATMAN (CONFERENCE HALL A) Travis Langley, Danny Fingeroth, Genese Davis, Eric Bailey SATURDAY 12:00-12:45PM ADVENTURES IN MIDDLE EARTH WITH BILLY BOYD (BALLROOM A) Billy Boyd, moderated by Travis Langley […]
We’ll have more panelists than are named in these descriptions. Jen Golbeck will join “From Star Trek to Star Wars,” Martin Lloyd will be in the “Who’s the Most Neurotic Superhero?” panel, and then we’ll fill however many seats each panel gets. Travis, Alex, and Katrina will be signing at Artist’s Alley table B46 the rest […]
Faculty, students, and alumni from Henderson State University will be on 9 panels at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Drs. Langley and Duncan are also some of the organizers of Comic-Con’s scholarly Comics Arts Conference, which Duncan co-founded. HSU names appear in ALL CAPS in the panel descriptions below. THURSDAY, JULY 21 10:30am – 11:30am, 26AB Comics […]
At Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con, visit Athena Finger and me at the explosive C4 table next to current Batman artist Greg Capulllo. My panel schedule: FRIDAY, APRIL 4 5:30 – 6:15PM GETTING RESPECT: COMICS GO TO COLLEGE Comics and graphic novels have come into their own as subjects worthy of—indeed, demanding—attention from academia. Historians […]
Moderating Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) for the second time at Dallas Comic Con. 2013.
From Fanboy Comics: At San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Dr. Travis Langley talks with Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes about his book, Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight. Dr. Langley also shares which other superheroes he wants to see on his couch, his predictions for the upcoming film, The Dark Knight Rises, and […]
From AmoXcalli: “We surveyed 504 possible buyers and the one that was the most popular was A Dark and Stormy Knight, which had been a joke I made off the top of my head one day. Well, it has multiple meanings. One, it’s a play on a very famous bad opening sentence. It’s a play […]
From Entertainment Weekly: The Panel: Psychologists Travis Langley (Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight) and Robin Rosenberg (The Psychology of Superheroes, What’s the Matter with Batman?) producer Michael Uslan (The Dark Knight Rises), comic book writers Len Wein (Batman), and Steve Englehart (Detective Comics), and Catwoman herself, actress Lee Meriwether (Batman: The Movie).
From Curicon: It’s Day One of Comic Con, so Curicon met up with superherologist Dr. Travis Langley at San Diego Comic Con to discuss his recently released book Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight. We settle down for a chat with the superherologist to discuss the advantages of interpreting the psychology of a fictional […]