Robert C. Cooper's Stargate Journey Ends in San Diego

The following notice just appeared in executive producer Joseph Mallozzi’s Weblog:

A short and early blog entry today as I’m heading off to the first stop in Robert C. Cooper’s farewell victory tour. ”What’s that?” you say. You didn’t know he was leaving? Well, yes. Sad but true. His appearance at this year’s Comic Con panel will mark his final Stargate-related contribution, so if you happen to be in the San Diego area in late July, make sure to say goodbye and thank him for fourteen years and countless hours of gate-tastic entertainment. But, please – no tears. If you start crying it’ll only be a matter of time before he starts crying as well (the ole softy) and that’ll just embarrass him.

This notice is the first we’ve heard about Cooper’s departure, so we’ll have to keep our eyes open for more details as they become available. The San Diego Comic Con will be held July 22-25. Visit their website for more information about the schedule and panel configurations.

Cooper started with Stargate SG-1 in its first season and eventually became one of its executive producers and showrunners. He co-created Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe with Brad Wright and executive produced both shows as well. Make sure to read about him in our 13-4-13 Feature, as well as in our Stargate Wiki. For a complete history of articles that include Cooper, click on this link.

4 thoughts on “Robert C. Cooper's Stargate Journey Ends in San Diego”

  1. Do you know why he is leaving???? and who will take his place…Joe Mallozzi???

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