Comic-Con@Home Shares Wednesday's Complete Panel Schedule

San Diego Comic-Con had to cancel its in-person event this year due to the pandemic, but that does not mean the convention is leaving geeks empty-handed this year. The team behind the annual event announced Comic-Con@Home earlier this year as it has become their top priority. The virtual event will welcome hundreds of online panels and virtual exhibits to a free event that fans can enjoy online from the safety of their homes.

With Comic-Con@Home just a week away, officially kicking off on July 22nd, the convention has revealed the complete panel schedule for its first day. The schedule for Wednesday is pretty light, as is customary for SDCC each and every year, but there are still panels that folks will be able to tune in to from home. Throughout the week, Comic-Con will continue unveiling daily panel schedules.

Below, you can check out the complete schedule for Comic-Con@Home on July 22nd. Each of the links will take you to the page on Comic-Con's website that will have the available stream for the specific panels.

3–4 p.m.
Comics in the Classroom Ask Me Anything: Pick the Brains of Teachers, Administrators, Creators, and Publishers
GeekED: Re-storied: Re-imagining creative privilege
Teaching and Learning with Comics
The Power of Teamwork in Kids Comics

4–5 p.m.
Books for All: It's Time to Redefine How We Share Books With Kids
Comics as a Conduit
GeekEd: "Watchmen" and the Cruelty of Masks
License to Thrill: Graphic Novel Adaptations for Kids
Make Programming Your Superpower!

5–6 p.m.
Conspiracy Theories and Propaganda Throughout Pop Culture
GeekEd: College and the Nerd Mind
New Kids Comics from Eisner Award Publishers
Words and Pictures Working Together: Strategies for Analyzing Graphic Texts

6–7 p.m.
Comic-Con Celebrates 15 Years of Eisner Librarians
Comics on Campus: Fandom at Academia
Spirit Skies: How to publish an International youth comic in the Age of Covid-19
Teaching Graphic Novels Online


Are you looking forward to attending Comic-Con@Home this year? Do any of the Wednesday panels sound interesting to you? Let us know in the comments!