Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Comic-Con@Home What Is It?

Did you enjoy at AX Lite or FunimationCon or Aniplex Fest Online? What, you didn't pay attention or care? Yeah, we know...we know.

Now, the big companies are gonna try with pre-taped segments and panels. Oh, and some real panels on fandom on comics. It looks like there's gonna be a lot more content from a lot more people and brands. Overall at better collection of videos online to watch.

Comic-Con@Home is July 22-26 and you don't need to register anywhere to see content, it's free an open to everyone.

They made it rather simple to find out on what you want to see:
Once the daily schedules go live, you’ll be able to read the descriptions and decide what you’d like to see. The majority of our panels will also be available AFTER the July 22-26 dates, although there are some that may have a limited time period attached to them. Each panel will contain a link; when you click on that link, you’ll launch another page that has the panel video embedded on it … that video will be available on the date and time listed. When it’s available, simply push play and watch! It’s that simple.
 Also, being attempted is something called "Comic-Con@Home Online Exhibit Hall."

Join us for an interactive version of the floor plan with offerings from a great cross-section of exhibitors from all over the Comic-Con Exhibit Hall. You’ll find company listings, exclusive products for sale, promotional links, and a whole lot more.
 We're really not sure how well that's going to work or what exactly it will look like. Maybe just an image of a map of the exhibit hall you can look around online and buy real stuff from, that's at least what it's saying. But who knows how many people might try it at the same time or other issues.

Some of our favorite brands are in on it too. Mondo is bringing  live panels, new posters, apparel, games, soundtracks & more.

And HBO Max  has some panels too from upcoming, new and old shows, check the scedule for more info.

HBO’s His Dark Materials and Lovecraft Country
HBO Max’s Close Enough
Summer Camp Island, The Fungies & Tig n’ Seek,
Adventure Time: Distant Lands - BMO
Infinity Train
Robot Chicken, Final Space & Primal/Samurai Jack
Looney Tunes Cartoons
TBS’s American Dad