Comic-Con 2020 has been and gone – and there's a lot to talk about! Thursday saw things kick off with CBS bringing their Star Trek Universe to the virtual showroom floor (opens in new tab) and Amazon confirming The Boys season 3 (opens in new tab) is on the way. Then, on Friday, we had a barrage of Walking Dead announcements and a trailer for Marvel's first foray into horror, Helstrom (opens in new tab). Saturday was all about Keanu Reeves, with the actor appearing in panels for Constantine (opens in new tab) and Bill & Ted Face the Music (opens in new tab).
Of course, there was so much more unveiled during the event. Below, we go into all the major news stories that have come out of Comic-Con 2020. Best of all, the whole thing's available on YouTube – so you can make the most of the most accessible SDCC of all time!
What happened on Saturday at Comic-Con 2020?
Saturday was filled with fun panels – the cast of What We Do in the Shadows were on hand to tell tales of their on set antics; the Family Guy guys read through a classic season 4 script; and the American Dad voice actors delivered some hilarious lines. The big news stories, though, were all Comic-Con adjacent.
Zack Sndyer, for instance, dropped by Justice-Con to talk about his new cut of Justice League (opens in new tab), and Mark Gatiss returned as Mycroft for a sherlock-themed PSA. Below, find all the major news you missed.
- Archer wakes up in the first season 11 trailer (opens in new tab)
- Snyder reveals new clip of Superman in a black suit (opens in new tab)
- Snyder addresses using Joss Whedon's Justice League footage in new cut (opens in new tab)
- Mark Gatiss returns as Mycroft for PSA (opens in new tab)
- A first look at Rick and Morty season 5 has been revealed (opens in new tab)
- The Constantine cast and crew talk sequel (opens in new tab)
- Man of Steel writer on why Superman kills (opens in new tab)
- "Big new" on live-action Mega-Man movie incoming (opens in new tab)
What happened on Friday at Comic-Con 2020?
The biggest news from Friday at Comic-Con was the flood of Walking Dead reveals. New trailers, release dates, and even an added six episodes to the main show had fans of the undying show excited. There were also some tantalising Star Wars teases, and a new Marvel trailer. Click through the links for more on each story.
- Marvel goes horror in the Helstrom trailer (opens in new tab)
- Charlise Theron reflect on her time playing Furiosa (opens in new tab)
- The superb Lovecraft Country trailer (opens in new tab) has arrived
- Fear the Walking Dead season 6 has a release date and trailer (opens in new tab)
- The Walking Dead season 10 finale isn't a season finale anymore (opens in new tab)
- The Walkers aren't called Walkers anymore (opens in new tab)
- World Beyond gets a bloody, zombie-infested trailer (opens in new tab)
- Josh Boone talks about his plans for a New Mutants trilogy (opens in new tab)
- A new Star Wars comic will tie into The Rise of Skywalker (opens in new tab)
- Star Wars: The High Republic is coming, and will feature some familiar names (opens in new tab)
What happened on Thursday at Comic-Con 2020?
There was no shortage of news from Comic-Con 2020, that's for sure. And while we haven't written about every minor news story, we have covered all the ones that you need to know about. Click through the links below for more on each point.
- The opening scene from The New Mutants (opens in new tab) has been released
- The trailer for Amazon's Utopia remake (opens in new tab) is here
- Nick Frost and Simon Pegg team up again in the Truth Seekers trailer (opens in new tab)
- Justin Roiland reveals what could make a Solar Opposites and Rick and Morty crossover (opens in new tab) happen
- The His Dark Materials season 2 trailer (opens in new tab) has arrived
- Phoebe Waller-Bridge will be in His Dark Material season 2 (opens in new tab) – as Andrew Scott's Daemon
- The Boys season 3 renewal (opens in new tab) announced
- Jurassic World Dominion will be filled with real (animatronic) dinos (opens in new tab)
- Everything we learnt from the New Mutants Comic-Con panel (opens in new tab)
- Everything we learnt from the Star Trek Universe SDCC panel (opens in new tab)
- Everything we learnt from The Boys panel (opens in new tab)
How long does San Diego Comic-Con 2020 go on for?
This year’s large-scale online convention ended on Sunday, 26 July. The most prominent panels took place over three days (23 – 25 July).
What’s the full San Diego Comic-Con 2020 schedule?
You can find the entire detailed programme on the San Diego Comic-Con@Home website (opens in new tab) and catch up on any of the panels through their YouTube channel. For more, check out our how to watch Comic-Con 2020 article.