Comic-Con International, held virtually last year due to the pandemic, failed to capture the revelry and excitement of the in-person event in San Diego, but there were some cool moments nonetheless.

This year was no exception. SDCC’s “Comic-Con@Home” weekend had all the entertainment-news-breaking panels and deep dive discussion about movies, comics, games, animation, and more that fans could want on their computer screens. Marvel and Warner Bros. weren’t involved as they usually are, but quite a few films and TV shows were.

The Walking Dead. Dr. Who, The Simpsons, Masters of the Universe, Rick and Morty, Family Guy, Lucifer, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Bob’s Burgers, were just a few, plus there were celebrations for the work of Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman and sneak peeks at the highly anticipated new Chucky TV series (pictured and embedded above) and the Dexter revamp.

Now that it’s over, you can still watch most of them too. Go to More info at


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