WonderCon Has Officially Been Postponed

WonderCon, originally scheduled for mid-April, has been postponed indefinitely to prevent spread of the Coronavirus.

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Comic-Con International (CCI) has officially announced that WonderCon, originally scheduled for April 10-12 in Anaheim California, has been postponed due to COVID-19. It is joining a long list of canceled, rescheduled, and delayed events due to the current pandemic.

CCI has not set a new date for the convention yet but stated that refunds for those who already purchased their badges will begin rolling out in the coming days. They also confirmed that no decision has been made regarding San Diego Comic-Con which, at present, is still scheduled for July 23-26. CCI is maintaining close contact with officials in the city of San Diego to settle on an official decision at a later date.

WonderCon is following in the footsteps of E3, which was recently canceled for 2020 earlier this week, and major film premieres like A Quiet Place Part 2 and F9: The Fast Saga which announced their delays this morning.

Many local governments are instituting bans against gatherings large gatherings of people to stem the spread of the virus. The CDC and WHO are providing daily updates on how you can protect yourself and others.

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