San Diego Comic-Con may have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean we won’t get to enjoy some of the fun still.
For the first time in its history, San Diego Comic-Con was canceled. While some conventions are just going quiet until their 2021 editions, others are electing to hold some form of online component. We can now add San Diego Comic-Con to that list.
Over the weekend, Comic-Con released a video saying, “Coming soon… Free parking, comfy chairs, personalized snacks, no lines, pets welcome, badges for all, and a front-row seat to… Comic-Con at Home.”
There is no word as of yet as to how exactly this will work, but we’re certainly intrigued. Also missing is any form of date, but our suspicions are that it will take place somewhere around the original date of July 23.
Could we still see the Hall H presentations this way? Is this how the piles of Comic-Con exclusives will be sold? We’ll just have to wait and see.