As wonderful, sweaty and brilliant an experience as Comic-Con 2012 is going to be, fans of NBC's 'Community' are more than a little on edge.  Sure, 'Community' will make the leap to Ballroom 20 to house even more of the cult comedy's fans, but loyal viewers still wait on bated breath for news of how the show might be different under new show-runners Moses Port and David Guarascio.  Well, who better to explain?

'Community' fans can put their nervousness to rest for Comic-Con 2012.  Though Dan Harmon may be gone, and the show granted a 13-episode move to Friday nights, Moses Port and David Guarascio will be there to make it all better.  TVGuide reports that 'Community's' new show-runners will join the cast on stage at Comic-Con 2012, taking place Friday at 10:00 a.m. in Ballroom 20, to discuss the show with fans.

In addition to cast members Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown and Gillian Jacobs, Gurascio and Port will be joined by executive producer Russ Krasnoff, as well as writers Megan Ganz and Andy Bobrow.  Sadly, Jim Rash, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong and Chevy Chase all have other commitments, but rest assured that they will return for season 4.

So, what will we see of 'Community' season 4?  Will we learn of any upcoming concept episodes?  Will they even still do concept episodes?  Tell us what you're most anxious to learn in the comments below!