If you won't be at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, there is still a way for you to catch up.
The coronavirus pandemic made it possible for a lot of fans to virtually enjoy San Diego Comic-Con in 2020 and 2021, but now that the restrictions are being lifted, one needs to come and experience the event in person. However, there is still a way to keep an eye on the major fan convention without having to urgently grab a ticket to San Diego.
While you won't be able to virtually watch every event at Comic-Con, Marvel Entertainment will surely keep you posted on the important updates regarding the MCU. For those who won't be able to attend in person, Marvel is set to launch a live stream.
Starting at 4:00 PM EST from Thursday, July 21 to Saturday, July 23, and at 2:00 PM ET on Sunday, July 24, the stream will be available on Marvel.com, as well as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.
If you don't feel like watching live, there will be updates on social media under the hashtag #MarvelSDCC, as well as on Marvel's Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
To stay updated on the announcement about a particular project, you might want to follow its separate social media accounts.
Other panels will largely be available in person exclusively, but you are sure to find all the major updates on social media. You might want to sign up in advance to the social media accounts of the franchises you want to follow, be it Amazon's Lord of the Rings universe (https://twitter.com/LOTRonPrime) or 'House of the Dragon' (https://twitter.com/HouseofDragon).
You can also check the official website (https://www.comic-con.org/) or Twitter account (https://twitter.com/Comic_Con) of San Diego Comic-Con for any updates regarding the schedule and timing of panels.
San Diego Comic-Con started on Wednesday, July 20, and is set to conclude on Sunday, July 24.