We always publish a "where to find Adam Savage" blog post, but this year, we thought we'd include our friends too! And if we're missing anybody, please post your suggestions in the comments below.
This list is chronological except that we're going to start with the Magic Wheelchair panel, since Norm is on it (Adam is missing it because he needs to get back to San Francisco for MythBusters Jr.)
Magic Wheelchair (Sunday at 3:45 pm)
Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that has garnered international attention for creating epic wheelchair costumes and promoting inclusive cosplay. Hear from the SDCC 2018 Star Wars Magic Wheelchair Team: Fon Davis (FONCO Studios), Tom Spina (Tom Spina Designs and Regal Robot), Michael McMaster (McMaster Robots, Team Echo Base), Gordon Tarpley, Norman Chan (co-founder of Tested), James Powell (Monster City Studios), Sean Fields (Project 842), Tony Le, and others as they discuss their experience of building these face-meltingly awesome costumes, the impact of inclusive cosplay, and how you can get involved.
An Evening With the MythBusters (Wednesday at 6 pm)
The Fleet Science Center is debuting its MythBusters exhibit! Starting at 6PM, head to the Fleet Science Theatre for a chat with Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara. At 7PM, you'll head into the Fleet Science Center's MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition and check out props from the show with Kari, Tory, and Grant.
Anatomy of a Robot (Thursday at 10 am)
Physical effects crew Weta Workshop (Blade Runner 2049, Elysium, Chappie, District 9, Lord of the Rings trilogy) and director Grant Sputore along with Michael Green share how the titular robot of I Am Mother was brought to life. From designing and prototyping to the filming experience, discover one of the most complex builds that Weta Workshop has ever attempted. See Grant and the crew reveal the robot for the first time.