For four days out of the year, the San Diego Convention Center transforms into a gathering place for a staggering number of creatives. Representatives from all manner of media - films, television, video games, and yes, even comics - come to discuss their latest works.
We took advantage of the opportunity, lining up conversations with prominent artists, writers, advocates and even one sitting congressman and civil rights legend.
For those who lost track in amongst the deluge of pop culture news, homemade costumes and geeky pomp and circumstance, here's a collection of the slew of interviews TechTimes and T-Lounge conducted on-site at this year's Comic Con
Jeffrey Brown: A veteran of introspective and deeply personal memoir comics, Jeffrey Brown has found a second career of sorts writing and drawing idiosyncratic Star Wars books including Darth Vader and Son and Jedi Academy.
Charles Brownstein: The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund director discusses the ever-changing nature of his foundation's first amendment battles.
Guy Delcourt: Owner of the large French comics publishing house of the same name, Guy Delcourt discusses what drove him to team with Comixology to deliver hundreds of translations to an English speaking readership.
Jaime Hernandez: Beloved indie cartoonist Jaime Hernandez discuss what draws him to strong female characters in his series Love and Rockets and why Mad Max: Fury Road's approach wasn't exactly rocket science.
Jeff Krelitz: The Heavy Metal Co-CEO discusses the spiritual rebirth of the beloved comics magazine and the role of new editor-in-chief Grant Morrison.
Rob Kutner: Longtime Conan O'Brien writer Rob Kutner discusses what drove him to create his new comic series Shrinkage.
Jeff Lemire: After making a name for himself through indie books like Essex County, Jeff Lemire has gone on to become one of the most prolific writers of mainstream superhero comics. This week at Comic Con, Marvel announced that Lemire would pen its flagship X-Men series, Extraordinary X-Men.
Congressman John Lewis: Georgia congressman John Lewis is the last surviving member of the Big Six, a legendary civil rights leader who recently added comic book writer to his already impressive resume with the March series from Top Shelf.
Troy Little: After finishing a run on a Powerpuff Girls comic, cartoonist Troy Little embarked on adapting a Hunter S. Thompson Estate-approved adaptation of the gonzo journalism classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Ed Piskor: A conversation with the Eisner Award-winning author of Hip-Hop Family Tree.
Stay tuned to T-Lounge all week long for more from Comic-Con 2015.