The San Diego Comic-Con 2021 cancelled and replaced by a virtual edition

The San Diego Comic-Con 2021 cancelled and replaced by a virtual edition

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This summer, pop-culture fans won’t be able to make it to the San Diego Convention Center for the must-see San Diego Comic-Con event. As in 2020, the organizers had to give up offering a physical edition in order to assure the safety of participants and guests.

In July 2021, the San Diego Comic-Con will once again be held in virtual format. Unlike last year, the event will be shorter and will only take place over 3 days instead of the usual 5. This is due to limited resources due to the crisis.

Despite the cancellation of the summer edition, the organizers hope to be able to offer a 3-day physical event in November. Exact dates will be announced later in the year.

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