It’s kind of a weird moment in DC Comics’ history, but that’s not going to stop their online mega-event from happening. FanDome is almost here.
Into the FanDome
So, if you haven’t been paying attention, things are a little off at DC Comics lately. Since the company was picked up by ATT, there have been rumors aplenty that shakeups were coming. While nothing happened for a good long time, it finally looks like the shaking has begun.
Recently, the company’s action figure and statue wing of DC Direct was shuttered. It seems like a certainty that DC Universe, the online streaming service, will be playing host to some massive changes as well, and that even DC Comics itself might be altered. Chatter online last week pinned layoffs in the hundreds. As mentioned above though, none of that will be stopping FanDome.
A DC Comics (and related media) event meant to replace the cancelled cons of 2020, FanDome will be all-encompassing. DC fans will be able to listen in on panels from every corner of the publisher’s empire. That includes comics, TV and movies, and video games.
And as of right now, the full schedule in online and ready for your perusal.
If you haven’t yet seen it, we suggest heading on over to https://schedule.DCFanDome.com right now and checking it out. Whether you’re a fan of DC’s movies, comics, TV shows, games, animated series and movies, or some other far-reaching corner of the DC Multiverse, you will find plenty to see and do happening all throughout the virtual event.
With magic to rival Zatanna, we have folded over 100 hours of unique content into a 24 hour window. We think you will find a lot that interests you, so you’ll probably want to start planning out your schedule now. Fortunately, you can do just that—and add your unique personal schedule to your favorite calendar app—by using our DC FanDome Schedule Builder. Learn how the Schedule Builder works and get answers to any questions you might have in our DC FanDome Schedule FAQs.DC Comics
DC FanDome kicks off online this Saturday, on August 22nd.