While comic conventions are starting to take place in-person around the country, the granddaddy of all comic convention, San Diego Comic Con, will continue as a virtual event this summer, and DC Comics will be bringing out the big guns for fans watching around the globe.
Comics annual Eisner Awards for the best work in the medium have been announced and will take place in July as part of the virtual version of SDCC.
San Diego Comic Con will be returning over the Thanksgiving weekend for Comic-Con Special Edition, which will be held as a three-day event over Thanksgiving weekend.
San Diego Comic-Con announced today that it is still too soon to hold a live, in-person event this July, and will instead continue last year’s Comic-Con@Home format.
DC FanDome generated a lot of buzz and over the past few months (just take a look at Conskipper’s recent news archive!) leading up to the event, and according to Warner Bros., the online convention also garnered 22 million views across 220 countries.
San Diego Comic-Con would be incomplete without an appearance by Kevin Smith, and this year’s Comic-Con@Home was no exception. The writer/director closed out the final day with a new trailer for his upcoming tongue-in-cheek slasher film, Killroy Was Here.