DC announced a while ago that, despite not having its own booth at this SDCC, it was going to have plenty to do. And yes, that seems to be accurate.
A batcave full of activities
Technically, DC Comics won’t have its own booth at the San Diego Comic Con this year. The show, which opened yesterday with preview night, will instead see DC combine with parent Warner Bros. That means that the entertainment giant will move to a new location, and have the biggest booth on the show floor.
And you bet that it’ll be packed with stuff to see and do. Presentations, signings and more are all in the plan. Though it’s not the only location in San Diego you’ll be able to see DC Comics this year.
The publisher will have more than a few off-site things to do, including a Batman museum (in Balboa Park) and a Harley Quinn activation. Then add to that that there are a pile of panels scheduled as well, and you have one massive showcase of all things DC.
There are actually so many things listed that it’s way easier and more navigable for you to head to DC’s official SDCC page than to read it here. So with that in mind, click here to check it all out.