Comic-Con Cancelled for First Time in 50-Year History

For the first time in 50 years, San Diego Comic-Con has officially been canceled.

For the first time in 50 years, San Diego Comic-Con has officially been canceled due to the Coronavirus.

“Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures and while we are saddened to take this action, we know it is the right decision,” said Comic-Con spokesman David Glanzer. “We eagerly look forward to the time when we can all meet again and share in the community we all love and enjoy.”

The convention will be rescheduled to the San Diego Convention Center July 22-25 of 2021 which originally was supposed to a go ahead on July 23-26.

“For the first time in its 50-year history San Diego Comic Convention (SDCC), the organizers behind the annual pop culture celebration, announced today with deep regret that there will be no Comic-Con in 2020,” a statement on thr website read.

“Recognizing that countless attendees save and plan for its conventions each year, and how many exhibitors and stakeholders rely upon its events for a major portion of their livelihood, they had hoped to delay this decision in anticipation that COVID-19 concerns might lessen by summer.

Continuous monitoring of health advisories and recent statements by the Governor of California have made it clear that it would not be safe to move forward with plans for this year.”

Refunds will be given out or fans can request to transfer their tickets for the following year.

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