DC FanDome Splits Into Two Events To Avoid Panel Overlap
DC Comics has been hyping up its DC FanDome digital event for a while now. The online fest has been confirmed to hold major updates and announcements for DC Comics projects across film, TV, comics and video games (including new Suicide Squad and Batman video games). However, it has now been confirmed that the DC FanDome event will be split up into two different events across two separate weekends.
As reported on IGN, the DC FanDome has been confirmed to now consist over two separate events. This decision was mostly made in response to fan complaints claiming that there were too many scheduled panels at specific times that overlapped, making fans unhappy to miss out on any of them. The two new DC FanDome events are now titled Hall Of Heroes and Explore The Multiverse, and they will fall on August 22nd and September 12th, respectively. DC Comics had this to say about the decision:
We heard the fans. DC FanDome, a first-of-its kind, virtual experience for DC superfans around the world, was a lot to handle in one day! It turned out to be so massive that with so many hours of programming, not even The Flash could get through it in 24 hours!”
The DC FanDome Hall of Heroes event this Saturday will consist of a curated 8 hour block of panels that will air three times in a row for a 24 hour period. On deck for this block are updates for the upcoming DC Extended Universe films, including Wonder Woman 1984 and James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, as well as the Suicide Squad and Batman video games.
The Explore The Multiverse event in September will give fans access to all of the panels originally planned for this Saturday, but now fans will be able to customize the schedule and view whatever panels they want at whatever time they want. This is quite a convenient feature for DC to offer, and it’s great to see that they responded to fans so quickly to meet their requests. At times like these, the DC heroes are the symbols of hope that Gotham, and the world, needs.
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