While Comic-Con has taken on a decidedly grown-up feel over the past decade, there’s no shortage of kid-friendly fare throughout the four-day event. Here, in date order, are picks for some of the highlights.
- ” Moana : Art of Story”: Walt Disney Animation Studios directors and artists are set to deliver a behind-the-scenes look at the new CG-animated feature film “Moana,” the story of an adventurous teen determined to save her people. 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Room 6A
- “Cartoon Art Museum Family Drawing”: Get to the heart of Comic-Con by creating some art. San Francisco-based Cartoon Art Museum presents this workshop where parents and children will learn to draw cartoons together with the museum’s comics pro/teacher Matt Harding. Bonus: Sakura of America and Strathmore paper provide art supplies to take home. 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Room 2
- “Disney XD’s ‘Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero’ and ‘The 7D’ ”: Creators of the shows - one follows a part-time superhero, the other re-imagines the Seven Dwarfs - Sam Levine (Penn Zero), and Tom Warburton and Tom Ruegger (The 7D) will share exclusive clips, plus bonus sneak peeks of new animated shows. 2:30 p.m. Friday, Room 5AB
- “Double Dare” live stream: Nickelodeon celebrates the 30th anniversary of “Double Dare” with a live edition of the beloved slime game show, including original host Marc Summers, streamed on the network’s The Splat Facebook page. 9:30 p.m. Friday, Facebook; signings and photo opportunity with the Double Dare Nose at Nickelodeon booth 4113. The slime party continues on TV with Double Dare Week on TeenNick starting at 10 p.m. Monday.
- “World Premiere of DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year”: In an exclusive Comic-Con presentation, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is screening the world premiere of “DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year,” an animated feature-length movie followed by a discussion with voice cast members and filmmakers. Bonus: All attendees will receive a DC Super Hero Girls gift. 10 a.m. Sunday, Room 6BCF