Amid much speculation during the COVID-19 pandemic, Comic-Con International has officially cancelled its annual San Diego Comic-Con in July. Wondercon, which was initially postponed, has officially been cancelled as well

CCI will be offering refunds in the near future, but attendees who purchased passes will also have the option of rolling their passes over to 2021. Previously “non-refundable” hotel deposits through their hotel pre-sale will also be refunded. CCI is also offering refunds to exhibitors or transfer their payments to 2021.

Renovations on the Comic-Con Museum have also been delayed due to COVID-19, thus delaying the grand opening planned for 2021.

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

Wondercon is currently scheduled to take place March 26-28, 2021 in Anaheim, CA.

 

 

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Amid much speculation during the COVID-19 pandemic, Comic-Con International has officially cancelled its annual San Diego Comic-Con in July. Wondercon, which was initially postponed, has officially been cancelled as well CCI will be offering refunds in the near future, but attendees who purchased passes will also have the option of...