Comic Con Is Going Virtual This Year, Will Still Have Plenty of Comedy Panels, and Will Be Free

Something the size of world famous, annual San Diego Comic-Con obviously isn’t going to happen this year due to the pandemic. However, rather than just outright postponing, Comic-Con is going to try for virtual editions of their renowned panels that reveal insider info and details from creators and talent of movies, TV, comic-books, etc.

They’re calling it Comic-Con@Home and it’ll stream from Jul. 22nd-26th and, best of all, it’ll be free (or maybe not waiting to get into Hall H is better?). This virtual edition of SDCC will include panel discussion from What We Do In the Shadows, Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Solar Opposites, Robot Chicken, Archer, Crossing Swords, Duncanville, Upload, The Boys, Superstore, Adventure Time, Infinity Train, Phineas and Ferb, Bless the Harts, American Dad!, Family Guy, Looney Tunes, and Bill & Ted Face the Music.

Look through the entire Comic-Con@Home schedule and get details on how to stream all of these events here.