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San Diego Comic Con announces face-to-face event in November 2021

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The most important event in pop culture in the world, San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) announced that it will hold a face-to-face edition in November 2021. The traditional and annual July ceremony will once again be produced remotely due to the pandemic.

In a statement published on Monday (1st) on the official social networks of San Diego Comic Con, the organization explained that it will not be possible to hold the July event in person due to the complicated situation that the United States is experiencing in relation to Covid-19.

In its place, the organizers announced another edition of Comic Con @ Home, the remote version of the event, which will take place between 23 and 25 July. The new edition was reduced to three days due to the limited financial resources caused by the health crisis.

The November edition is also scheduled to be held on a smaller scale, with a three-day schedule. The official dates of the event, if confirmed, should be revealed in the coming months.

“Right now, we are still working on the details to meet capacity, costs and other information, which is due to be announced soon,” says the text published by SDCC.

The organization also reported that Wonder Con, which would take place this month in Anaheim, Calif., Has been canceled and will give rise to a free event scheduled for March 26-27. With the change, the edition is now called WonderCon @ Home.

“The past few months have been very difficult for our friends and family, and we hope that these efforts will be the beginning of a resumption of unity in our community to not only celebrate popular art, but the friendship, education and the enduring spirit of the fandom it makes. part of Comic-Con. We appreciate the constant support during these challenging times “, concludes the text.

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