The San Diego Comic-Con is officially cancelled


At Comic-Con in San Diego was canceled because of the multi-coronavirus continues to shape the way that the world sees in large public gatherings.

At the annual convention of the entertainment, and the comic was set to take place from the 23rd to the 26th of July in San Diego, California, usa.

For the first time in its 50-year history of the Convention from the San Diego Comic – (SDCC), the organizers behind the annual celebration of pop culture, today announced with regret that there won’t be a Comic-Con in the year 2020,” said the organisers in a press release. “The event will return to the San Diego Convention Center from the 22nd to the 25th of July, 2021.”

At Comic-Con, the event nerd, the most important of the year, to 135,000 people-making their way to the San Diego Convention Center is a convention in 2019.

It was released as a relatively small group, with a focus on comic books, (1979), and, in the last decade, it has grown to encompass film and television, making it a must-see for the big players, such as Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. to show the next film in the DC.

Hall H has become in the home, panels are the largest programs of its kind in the TV, such as The Walking Dead for the AMC, and in Westworld, HBO’s.

A number of events, including SXSW, E3, Cinemacon, and the Tribeca has been cancelled, after a multi-coronavirus.