SDCC Comic-Con@Home Schedule For Thursday July 23rd Released


San Diego Comic-Con has been cancelled this year, but they are going to still host a virtual event called Comic-Con@Home.  They have released the panel schedule for Thursday, July 23rd. Anyone interested in films, animation, or pop culture can likely find something interesting to tune in for.

Marvel will have a panel as well:

Marvel HQ  4PM-5PM PDT

“This is the destination for all young Marvel fans (and their families)! Check out everything Marvel HQ has to offer about your favorite Super Heroes, with a comics read-along, an epic LEGO battle, and a behind-the-scenes look at the animated series, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Maximum Venom. And grab some paper and a crayon because we’re going to draw that symbiote baddie together in Marvel Draw! Visit Marvel HQ at”

Comic-Con@Home will be releasing their schedule this week:

We’re two weeks away from the debut of Comic-Con@Home 2020! And even though this is a very different year, we’re happy to announce we’ll be sticking with the Comic-Con tradition of announcing our panel schedule two weeks in advance. Over the next five days, we’ll reveal our daily online programming line-up for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 22–26, with complete programming descriptions. The panels themselves will not be available until those dates, but you’ll be able to read all about them and build your own schedule of programs you want to watch during Comic-Con@Home 2020!”

You can find the full schedule for July 22nd and July 23rd via the links provided.

We will update you with more information as it’s added.

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Source: Comic-Con@Home

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