APRIL WAHLIN Announces Signing and Panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019

On Friday, July 19, fiction author April Wahlin will make two appearances at San Diego Comic-Con International 2019!

Join April and the Film Threat Podcast Live for a discussion on film reviews in the digital age at 2pm-3pm in the Neil Morgan Auditorium at the San Diego Central Library. You can learn more about this panel and RSVP here.

Then head over to the Nuclear Blast booth #501 at 4pm-5pm to meet April Wahlin in her "Next Elvira" drag where you can pick up a copy of her books, Thirteen Offerings: Stories of Ithiria and Pandora Syndrome

Friday, July 19, 2019

Film Threat Podcast Live (2:00PM – 3:00PM) 
Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library
Panelists include: Chris Gore (Film Threat), April Wahlin (novelist), Steele Saunders (Steele Wars), Dante James (Film Threat), Robert Meyer Burnett (Robservations), Alan Ng (Film Threat) and a panel of film pundits for your chance to talk back!
Signing at Nuclear Blast booth #501 (4:00PM – 5:00PM) 
Meet April Wahlin, the Next Elvira, at Nuclear Blast booth #501!

Signing copies of her fiction novels Thirteen Offerings and Pandora Syndrome and 8x10 "April Elvira" photos.
Originally from San Diego, CA, April Wahlin is a fiction author and an actor in Los Angeles, CA. She is best known for winning the Fox Reality TV show The Search for the Next Elvira and has worked on a on a variety of film and television shows including True Blood, Sons of Anarchy, Modern Family, and presently Young Sheldon.

A self-proclaimed nerd, April Wahlin has been a volunteer at San Diego Comic-Con International since the age of 16. April has a love for anything comic book, movie, fairy tale or supernatural and she has incorporated this love full-heartedly into her own writing. April writes of a fantastical world from her own imagination called IthiriaIthiria has tales of unwitting royals who unearth great magic, children who wander into dark woods in search of dark creatures, vampires who discover their origins go deeper than a mere lifestyle change, and sheltered adolescents who find themselves capable of heroic feats. These stories and more can be read in the first of many of April’s novels to come, Thirteen Offerings: Stories Of Ithiria and Pandora Syndrome.


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