This year's San Diego Comic-Con was cancelled back in April due to COVID-19 shutdowns all over the world. But the organizers have cooked up a virtual version of the convention now scheduled for the show's original dates, July 22nd - 26th.
According to Consequence of Sound, Comic-Con@Home will allow an unlimited number of online guests to attend virtual panels on movies, TV series, comic books, video games, and more, all completely free. There will also be an online exhibit hall to explore, where fans will be able to buy the usual exclusive and limited-edition merch offered at conventions. And the show even has plans for online gaming and cosplay events via remote.
No specifics have been revealed yet, but we should probably expect big announcements and trailer releases from movie studios, TV networks, streaming platforms, comic book publishers, and more.
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