Today’s competition includes Batman and the Snyder Cut of Justice League.
This year’s virtual Comic-Con is already in the book, but another virtual fan conference will be held on your computer this weekend. DC FanDome is divided into two parts-the first part runs 24 hours, starting at 10 am (Pacific Time) on Saturday, August 22. The second part runs on September 12.
The event is aimed at DC Comics fans and will include online panels:
Role playing, fan art and comics, and special events for children. Fans dedicated to DC are especially looking forward to seeing the long-awaited DC attributes, including the Snyder Cut of Justice League, Robert Pattinson as The Batman and James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad.
What is it?
Kinda likes Comic-Con, but only for DC. Therefore, there is no Avengers. However, if you are a fan of DC characters, then you want to watch. This fandom event should go far beyond celebrities. It covers the entire DC world, from comic books to movies to TV shows and video games.
The convention was issued after reports of massive layoffs in DC. According to the “Hollywood Report”, about one-third of the company’s editorial staff are unemployed, and most of the staff of the streaming service DC Universe have resigned because the parent company Warner Bros. shifted their focus to the recently launched HBO Max.
How to tune it?
There will be online video panels and trailers to watch, links to games and shopping, and more. Warning: Unlike virtual Comic-Cons that are scattered over a few days, DC FanDome can be used for two days of activities in just 48 hours. Therefore, if this is your business, please do not make other plans on August 22 and September 12.
DC has announced:
That it is the experience center will be called the Hall of Heroes. Its programming is an 8-hour program block, and it will rerun 3 times on the 24-hour timeline, so people in different global time zones can listen.
The Hall of Heroes will feature all DC content, providing programming, panels, and content display.
- ‘Take Me Out’ star Jesse Williams leaked Video Trending after Tony nomination
- The hilarity continues as Courteney Cox transforms into “Friends” characters with a face filter: “This is one of the worst apps I’ve ever seen.”
- This Week’s New Releases: Camila Cabello, Tony Hawk, and Tokyo Vice
- SHOCKING NEWS | PM IMRAN KHAN RESIGNS | LIVE UPDATE
- The slap of Will Smith sparks a debate about defending black women