San Diego Comic-Con postponed & will be virtual again [email protected]

The official Twitter account of the San Diego Comic-Con has announced that this year’s SDCC personal event has been postponed again to 2022. The free virtual event [email protected] I will be returning for three days this summer from July 23rd to 25th. In addition, the WonderCon in Anaheim was canceled and took its place [email protected] will take place again this year as a free online event on March 26th and 27th.

The announcement also revealed that the San Diego Comic Convention “plans to host a three-day personal meeting in San Diego in November.” Further details on the November event will be announced shortly.

– San Diego Comic-Con (@Comic_Con) March 1, 2021

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“It is the organization’s policy to continue to closely monitor information from local and national health authorities related to the COVID-19 pandemic,” the statement said. “We could never have imagined what the world experienced in 2020 and what it is still experiencing today. While we’re excited about the vaccine launch and the growing number of people being vaccinated, it seems July will be too early to safely hold a personal event the size of Comic-Con. “

The announcement added, “While we lament the postponement of in-person Comic-Con, our dedication to this community of fans and our celebration of comics and the related popular arts remains an important part of who we are.”

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Those who have purchased badges that have been transferred to SDCC 2021 will automatically carry those badges to the 2022 event unless a refund is requested. At you can apply for a refund of your ID.

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