San Diego Comic Con is the high holiday of geekiness where fans converge to cosplay, buy collectables, show their appreciation to creators, and be the first to hear big announcements and see upcoming trailers. But the road from obscurity to cultural domination hasn’t always been smooth. In a year where the future of fan conventions is in doubt, we look back at the history of Comic Con and what it might look like in a COVID-19 world. Featuring filmmaker Eric Brammer, journalist Rob Salkowitz, and University of Oregon professor and author Erin Hanna.
Backed Vibes by Kevin MacLeod
Throughput by Blue Dot Sessions
The Summit by Blue Dot Sessions
Interference by Sono Sanctus
Out of the Stars Under the Earth by Chris Zabriskie
Palladin by Blue Dot Sessions
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