Comic Con Schedule 2010

It’s that time of year again!  Comic Con is finally upon us.  After the intense Music of Battlestar Galactica concerts at the House of Blues last year, I’m perfectly content just to roam the convention and take it easy this year.  So, if you see a dude walking around with dark hair and a goatee, it’s either me… or maybe Ron Moore.  :)

However, I will be making a few appearances, including two panels and a CD signing.  So, track me down and say hi, especially if you’re a frequent blog follower.

Thursday July 22

“Caprica, Battlestar and Beyond”

12 -1pm
Room 6A

Hosted by actor / author Richard Hatch (Tom Zarek, Capt. Apollo, So Say We All), this panel features composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar, Eureka, Caprica), producer / writer Michael Taylor (Battlestar, Caprica, Star Trek), science consultant Kevin Grazier (Battlestar, Eureka), and special guests. Richard and the panelists will proide reviews, discussion, and Q&A of Caprica, Battlestar Galactica, and the upcoming BSG movie, including trailers.

This panel will also feature the world premiere live concert music video of “Wander My Friends,” performed by The Battlestar Galactica Orchestra!

La-La Land Records CD Signing

4 – 5pm
La-La Land Records Booth (housed at Toy Hungry booth #429)

I will be signing all my La-La Land CDs including Battlestar Galactica Seasons 1 – 4, Caprica, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Wrong Turn 2, Rest Stop: Don’t Look Back and Eureka.

Friday July 23

The Cape

2:15 – 3:15
Room 6A

San Diego Comic-Con fans will get an exclusive look at the pilot episode of NBC’s newest super hero drama  “The Cape.” Debuting on NBC midseason in the 2010-2011 season, “The Cape” shows us “One man can make a difference”… when Vince Faraday, an honest cop on a corrupt police force, is framed for murder and presumed killed, he assumes the identity of his son’s favorite comic book superhero – The Cape – to reclaim his name, family and city from the ruthless ARK Corporation and the masked villain known as Chess.

Moderated by Jonah Weiland ( in a Q&A session with the cast – David Lyons (ER), Summer Glau (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), James Frain (True Blood), Dorian Missick (Six Degrees), Keith David (Gamer), Vinnie Jones (X-Men: Last Stand), Martin Klebba (Pirates of the Caribbean) – and from the production team– Creator / Executive ProducerTom Wheeler (Empire)Composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica)Showrunner / Executive Producer John Wirth (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles).  All attendees will receive a limited edition comic with cover art by superstar artist John Cassady created especially for Comic-Con 2010!

And yes… this means I’m scoring The Cape.  :)  Come down and check out the pilot, or catch up with me at the signing afterwards to learn more about this exciting new series.

Other Fun Stuff


Friday July 23, 11:30 – 12:30. Ballroom 20 – Syfy presents an exclusive glimpse into the future of humanity. Featuring Alessandra Torresani (Zoe Graystone), Sasha Roiz (Sam Adama), Ronald D. Moore (co-creator/executive producer), and David Eick (executive producer) and moderated by Geoff Boucher of the Los Angeles Times.


Friday July 23, 8:45 – 10:45pm.  Room 6A – At a combined screening with Haven, check out one of the best episodes of Eureka ever created, before it airs!  This one features an exceptionally percussive score too, one that almost takes the show into BSG territory.  You guys will really enjoy it.

Saturday July 24, 3:00 – 5:00, Room 6BCF – A combined panel with Warehouse 13, featuring Colin Ferguson (Jack Carter), Salli Richardson-Whitfield (Allison Blake), Neil Grayston (Douglas Fargo), James Callis (Grant), Jaime Paglia (co-creator / executive producer / writer), and Bruce Miller (executive producer / writer).


At the SONY booth on the convention floor, look for the kiosk featuring SOCOM 4.  You can play through the first level of the game, and get a first-listen to my gamelan / orchestral hybrid score.


I will be doing a webcast interview with CAPCOM, discussing all things Dark Void, Dark Void Zero and why my hard-drives are labelled with Mega Man characters.  You can submit interview questions over at


There’s another new project I’m working on that is presenting a panel at Comic Con.  This panel may (or may not) announce my involvement at the screening.  In the meantime, I can only tease you guys with the knowledge that I’ll be lurking around during the screening, just to watch audience reaction while the footage plays.  But rest assured, this project is frakkin’ amazing and you’re all in for a real treat when it’s finally released.

See you in San Diego!