Marvel and DC Films Will Not Participate In Comic-Con @Home

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Marvel and DC Films Will Not Participate In Comic-Con @Home

Disney’s Marvel Studios films, MCU series, and Warner Brothers DC Films will not participate in this year’s @Home events.

This year’s Comic-Con will once again be a virtual event where fans from around the world are invited to sit back and watch the latest in some of their favorite fandoms from the comfort of their homes! The @Home event officially takes place from Friday, July 23, until Sunday, July 25. However, there are events as early as Wednesday, 21.

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It is no surprise that Warner Bros.’ DC films won’t participate since they have not been part of Comic-Con since 2018. DC is currently working on their second FanDome, a virtual event for all things DC. Last year’s FanDome was a full-fledged success, so there’s no reason to expect any less this year. DC’s television division will take part in the @Home Con. Legends of Tomorrow, which has been on the air since 2016, has its own panel.

Marvel and Disney didn’t have a FanDome in 2020. They instead hosted a virtual Investor Day where they released significant announcements. With Marvel deciding not to participate in Comic-Con @Home, we can gather they will probably host a similar online event as last year’s Investor Day.

Paramount will participate and host a Snake Eyes panel.



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