Fanboys and fangirls may not be traveling en masse to San Diego for Comic-Con this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the confab is set to swing into people’s homes like Spider-Man with its very first virtual edition, dubbed Comic-Con@Home. The event will take place July 22-26 and is free.
Organizers began revealing details of the schedule Wednesday. From Disney to Amazon, this year’s lineup will be is stacked with panels, interactive events and activations that you would normally see at the San Diego Convention Center.
Check out the key film and TV panels set for the event so far, and check back as the official schedule is revealed throughout the week.