Watch San Diego Comic-Con from Home

July 23, 2020

Watch San Diego Comic-Con from Home

Experience Comic Con from Home

For the first time in our 50-year history, we are happy to welcome virtually anyone from around the globe," said SDCC (San Diego Comic-Con) spokesperson David Glanzer. "Though stay-at-home conditions make this a very difficult time, we see this as an opportunity to spread some joy and strengthen our sense of community.

Going from in your face to on your screen, Comic-Con 2020 is virtual kicking off Wednesday lasting until Sunday.

“It'll be a lot like Comic-Con, but you get to sit in your comfy chair at home,” said Glanzer.

Glanzer highlighted the perks of free parking, comfy chairs, personal snacks and no lines.

Online attendees can download their very own souvenir book that has over 250 colorful pages of all things comic and pop culture. This year, the cover celebrates famous sci-fi author Ray Bradbury's legacy.

"You can see every panel you want to see. In the past, one of the challenges with Comic-Con is the space limitation we've had,” Glanzer said.

Glanzer stressed there will not be any camping out waiting to get inside like years past as it will be virtual, open seating for the five-day festival.

On Wednesday, there will be a "Comics in the Classroom” panel, and Thursday takes a serious tone.

"One of the panels that I'm looking forward to is 'Art and the Holocaust,' and it's actually talking about how art is used both in a positive way and oftentimes in a negative way,” Glanzer said.

It’ll be star power on Friday featuring Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron in her "Action Hero Career" panel.

Saturday has the “Afrofuturism: Black to the Future” panel at 6 p.m.

“Hopefully Comic-Con at home will give a little bit of a respite to looking at the four walls in our homes. Maybe for a few days, we can forget about the outside world to a degree,” Glanzer said.

Going from in your face to on your screen, Comic-Con 2020 is virtual kicking off Wednesday lasting until Sunday.

“It'll be a lot like Comic-Con, but you get to sit in your comfy chair at home,” said Glanzer.

Glanzer highlighted the perks of free parking, comfy chairs, personal snacks and no lines.

Online attendees can download their very own souvenir book that has over 250 colorful pages of all things comic and pop culture. This year, the cover celebrates famous sci-fi author Ray Bradbury's legacy.

"You can see every panel you want to see. In the past, one of the challenges with Comic-Con is the space limitation we've had,” Glanzer said.

Glanzer stressed there will not be any camping out waiting to get inside like years past as it will be virtual, open seating for the five-day festival.

On Wednesday, there will be a "Comics in the Classroom” panel, and Thursday takes a serious tone.

"One of the panels that I'm looking forward to is 'Art and the Holocaust,' and it's actually talking about how art is used both in a positive way and oftentimes in a negative way,” Glanzer said.

It’ll be star power on Friday featuring Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron in her "Action Hero Career" panel.

Saturday has the “Afrofuturism: Black to the Future” panel at 6 p.m.

“Hopefully Comic-Con at home will give a little bit of a respite to looking at the four walls in our homes. Maybe for a few days, we can forget about the outside world to a degree,” Glanzer said.

Find the detailed schedule below.

Wednesday, July 22 - Click Here

Thursday, July 23 - Click Here

Saturday, July 25 - Click Here



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