Are you San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) fan?
Well, worry no more!
SDCC announced its Comic-Con@Home event will still be at its original scheduled dates on July 22-26.
The event will be entirely free, said a CBS8 report.
SDCC spokesperson David Glanzer said since the event is going to be virtual it will accept limitless attendees.
“For the first time in our 50-year history, we are happy to welcome virtually anyone from around the globe.”
“Though stay-at-home conditions make it difficult, we see this as an opportunity to spread some joy,” he added.
Due to coronavirus pandemic, San Diego Convention Center was canceled in April.
San Diego Convention Center is the honorary home of the SDCC.
Comic-Con had teased about home events for weeks, finally revealing some sense of what that will entail, said the report.
It added that there will be an online exhibit hall selling merchandise, and multiple panels and presentations about comics and popular culture will be available for attendees.
Comic-con noted that activities such as masquerade and gaming competitions will also be available.
And for those who collect badges: yes it can be printed from home.
“With Comic-Con@Home, SDCC hopes to deliver the best of the Comic-Con experience and a sense of its community to anyone with an Internet connection and an interest in all aspects of pop culture,” said the Comic-Con press statement.
Comic-con will soon release the full schedule.