[email protected] Officially Announced, New Program Details

Although San Diego Comic-Con 2020 was canceled in April due to the coronavirus pandemic, the show will go on virtually thanks to [email protected] The free — yes, free! — show aims to recreate the atmosphere and excitement of the live fan event but from the safety of home.SDCC announced Wednesday that [email protected] will run online from July 22-26, the same dates the convention was originally meant to be held.

This is the first time in the con’s 50-year history that SDCC was canceled. The live event will instead return to the San Diego Convention Center from July 22-25, 2021.

Comic-Con’s official statement revealed the following details:

“Plans for [email protected] include an online Exhibit Hall complete with everyone’s favorite exhibitors offering promotions, specials, and limited-edition products unique to the celebration. As well, [email protected] promises exclusive panels and presentations about comics, gaming, television, film, and a wide variety of topics from publishers, studios, and more. As if that weren’t enough, [email protected] will also have a Masquerade, gaming, and many other activities in which fans can participate from their own homes.”

The organizers also said the online attendees can use the official #ComicConAtHome hashtag to be included in the virtual activities.

More details about [email protected] events, panels, and guests are expected to be announced in the weeks ahead.

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