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Posted at 10:09 AM ET, 07/25/2010

Comic-Con 2010: 'Smallville' and 'Glee' on day four

By Jen Chaney

The superheroes pack up their capes today at Comic-Con. (AP) | PHOTO GALLERY


Sunday is when things start to wind down at Comic-Con. Fans, industry types and press begin to depart the city of San Diego as the last set of panels unfold.

Consequently, I only have two big things on the agenda since I too am heading home later today. As I have throughout the convention, I will Twitter all reports at; you also can read along right here in the blog in the live-Tweet post that goes live later this morning PST. And more posts about Comic-Con -- including a report on Saturday's Entertainment Weekly party -- are forthcoming.


Because so many fans demanded it, I will attempt to hit the panel for "Smallville," the last Comic-Con appearance for the Superman show as it enters its final season. I say attempt because I heard last night that some people already were getting in line for today's 10 a.m. PST panel. So I'll have to see if I am able to get in once I get to the Convention Center.


I'm scheduled to interview some of the "Glee" cast members who came to Comic-Con, and to catch their panel this afternoon. Will any musical performances be staged during the proceedings in the Convention Center's Ballroom 20? One can only hope.

By Jen Chaney  | July 25, 2010; 10:09 AM ET
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question for the Glee cast:

If Grant Morrison wrote an episode of Glee - what do you think he'd do with it? No? Ok - Warren Ellis?
With the obvious follow up... 'why exactly are you here?'

Posted by: quintiliusvarus | July 25, 2010 12:45 PM | Report abuse

"Smallville"? Oooh, ask who's going to play Jaime Reyes! Love me some Blue Beetle.

Posted by: Bawlmer51 | July 26, 2010 11:45 AM | Report abuse

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