Over the weekend Comic-Con@Home hosted various movie and gaming studios and actors and artists to showcase their upcoming work. While Marvel Studios was absent from the event refraining from making any MCU Phase 4 announcement, its mutants and son of Satan did reach the Con.
This year, both Marvel Studios and DC have decided to take a digital route to showcase their upcoming projects, rather than exhibiting at Comic-Con@Home, the biggest comic book convention’s virtual turn due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic. Now SDCC is taking a further hit, with superhero franchises walking away.
Fans were baffled when Wonder Woman trailer dropped back in December. The resurrection of Steve Trevor from death confused and excited the fans alike. No theories could satiate Steve Trevor’s return. Is he for real? Is he a figment of her imagination? How’ he back? The questions have been haunting fans for 8 months.
With SDCC 2020 ‘Comic-Con at Home’ going virtual here are Marvel Studio announcements to watch out for Comic-Con 2020 is finally on schedule! Nerds around the world would attend the first virtual convention this year amid coronavirus lockdown. The Comic-Con…