If you ever had trouble getting tickets in the past or are just put off by the travel to San Diego, Comic-Con has made it even simpler for you to attend: in the safety and comfort of your own home.
Called Comic-Con@Home, this pop culture gathering will be hosted online and will be free for all to attend from 22 July to 26 July. To be kept up-to-date on Comic-Con@Home's happenings, subscribe to Comic-Con's official YouTube channel and you'll be alerted to the latest panels posted online. Or you can take a look at the programming for the next five days and form your own personalised schedule.
Other than sitting in one of the many panels like Bill & Ted Face the Music or The New Mutants, you can also partake in the cosplay competition (will Ezra Miller make an appearance?) or peruse the exhibitors list for some limited-edition swag (users can navigate an interactive floor plan to access products for sale).
Comic-Con@Home will officially start at midnight tonight.