We sincerely hope you enjoyed Comic-Con@Home this past weekend on the previously scheduled dates of Comic-Con 2020 (July 22-26). And for those of you who took part, thanks for making it such a great success: As of Sunday evening, YouTube, the platform which hosted the majority of our programs, had received over 2.5 million total views worldwide on our over 350 panel presentations. By comparison, our Comic-Con meeting rooms at the San Diego Convention Center range in size from 200 seats to over 6,000 in the famed Hall H. Some of our Comic-Con@Home panels had viewership of over 200,000, making this event truly a Comic-Con for the world.
Don’t worry if you missed something you wanted to see: The majority of our panels will be available here on our website and on YouTube for the foreseeable future. And you still have time to visit the Online Exhibit Hall, score some exclusive Comic-Con Merch, and look in on some of the fun activities Comic-Con@Home offered. Click here to get in on the fun or to catch up on what you missed.
And get ready for 2021 with WonderCon Anaheim, March 26-28 at the Anaheim Convention Center and Comic-Con International, July 22-25 (with Preview Night on July 21) at the San Diego Convention Center. Both events now have exhibitor applications available for next year. Click on the Comic-Con and WonderCon blocks at the top of this page for more information.