This year was quite challenging for event organizing companies. They had to face several problems due to the current pandemic. Various annual anime events which were supposed to held normally were shifted on online platforms.
Funimation Con, Crunchyroll Expo 2020, Aniplex USA Expo are among those events which faced the consequences of COVID-19 and turned out to be virtual one. Today we have another event in our list, Comic-Con. Like every other event, it had to be a physical one but, concerning the current situation, authorities decided to keep it virtual.
Now, we have a current update regarding the Comic-Con, schedule on July 22 to 26. A company has recently collaborated with it. For your information, this company is none other than but your very own WarnerMedia. According to the schedule from the site of Comic-Con, the WarnerMedia has numerous slots to entertain its fans.
The WarnerMedia which is a famous American entertainment company and a long term partner of Comic-Con are making its way again into the event. According to source, this time the WarnerMedia is ready to bring its projects from the top streaming networks such as HBO, HBO MAX and TBS.
A lot of anime lies under the name of these streaming sites. Here is the list of programs that are scheduled to telecast on Comic-Con.
Thursday, 23 July 2020
His Dark Materials Q&A panel (HBO) from 1 pm to 2 pm
Close Enough (HBO Max) from 5 pm to 6 pm
Friday, 24 July 2020
This day from 10 am to 1 pm is full of shows that are originated from the collaboration of HBO Max and Cartoon Network
A session with the creators of Summer Camp Island, Tig N’ Seek and The Fungies 10 AM to 11 am
Adventure Time: Distant Land 11 am to 12 pm
Infinity Train 12 pm to 1 pm
Saturday 25 July 2020
Lovecraft Country (HBO) 4 pm onwards
American Dad (TBS) 1 pm onwards
Sunday 26 July 2020
Looney Tunes Cartoon (HBO Max) 1 pm onwards