The next convention domino has fallen. Today it was announced that San Diego Comic-Con would once again go virtual with Comic-Con@Home on July 23-25th.
A convention domino has fallen as WonderCon has announced that they will go virtual in 2021 with a two-day online event held at the end of March.
In the second part of this essay, we compare and contrast virtual conventions to in-person conventions and where we go from here.
2020 forced pop culture conventions to go virtual so let's look at what worked, what didn't, and where we go from here.
The first 2021 convention domino falls, as Disney announced that the D23 Expo has moved from August 2021 to September 2022.
DC FanDome drew in 22M viewers across 220 countries and territories so let's take a look at virtual conventions as a whole.
The full 2020 Eisner Award winner list coming out of SDCC Comic-Con@Home is revealed here first by Bleeding Cool.
This year, anyone can attend San Diego Comic-Con because it's all happening online. Here's how attending online panels will work.
In a move that really surprised no one, Star Wars Celebration Anaheim has become the latest convention get canceled in 2020.
The Denver Pop Culture Con has been canceled for 2020 but will return in 2021. Here's what you need to know about the latest convention cancelation.
Comic-Con Museum, a subsidiary of the nonprofit organization that also runs San Diego Comic-Con and WonderCon, has announced that, following the
On the final day of C2E2, for one day only, fans were treated to an hour of the Star Trek Enterprise’s greatest captain. William Shatner came out to a
Following many of its exhibitors pulling out, ReedPOP has officially canceled Emerald City Comic Con, which was set to take place next week in Seattle,
As questions remain if the coronavirus will force ECCC to be cancelled, "Star Wars" author Delilah S. Dawson announced she will not be attending this year.
As ReedPOP prepares to hold ECCC next week in the middle of an active virus outbreak, creators and companies are backing out left and right. However,