SDCC has been cancelled for the first time in its 51 year history, but you can watch the DC Comic Con panels. Here is how.
SDCC has been transformed into five days of digital panels and talent interviews conducted over Zoom-like calls — and fans can explore the world of DC Comics in not one but two [email protected] panels, scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
[email protected] Day One will go live on the [email protected] YouTube channel at 10 a.m. / 1 p.m. EST on Friday. The line-up is set to include more than a dozen artists and writers, including DC’s publisher Jim Lee, Brian Michael Bendis (Superman), Kelly Sue DeConnick(Aquaman), Mitch Gerads (Mister Miracle), Mikel Janín and Tom King (Batman), Mariko Tamaki (Wonder Woman), and Tom Taylor (Suicide Squad).
[email protected] Day Two will go live on the [email protected] YouTube channel at 11 a.m. / 1 p.m. EST on Saturday. This panel’s lineup is slated to involve another dozen folks from DC’s talent roster, including Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, masterminds of Dark Nights: Death Metal; James Tynion IV (Batman); Cecil Castellucci (Batgirl); Kami Garcia (Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity); and Sean Gordon Murphy (Batman: White Knight).
Viewers who tune in should expect teases and updates on ongoing and upcoming books, like the newly announced Rorschach series from Tom King and Jorge Fornés, Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janín’s new arc on Wonder Woman, as well as the future of Dark Nights: Death Metal, which just merged Doctor Manhattan with the Batman Who Laughs. But it seems that DC will want to keep its biggest reveals and announcements on the down low for now, in preparation for the company’s mini convention, DC FanDome, taking place on August 22nd.