Dates announced for SDCC at home
In light of the Coronavirus Pandemic, San Diego Comic-Con is to be held at home, with a twist. The entire virtual event will be free and occur on the same days as the original event (July 22-26). As such, don’t stray too far from your phone, tablet, or computer. As with every year, you will not want to miss out on the announcements coming from this beloved event.
As the event is occurring over several days, there will also be a virtual exhibition hall where limited-edition merchandise can be purchased. Essentially, it will be the fun of Comic-Con, but in your comfiest clothes. No need to sweat as you rush from one side of the convention center to the other to gain your limited edition/exclusive merchandise. With this setup, you can do so from your couch, while watching the event live streaming on your TV.
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