It might be the most missing event in the year as Comic-Con cancels all its programs which usually have 130,000 people at San Diego’s Convention.
Though it had the biggest crowd in the past with endless queues, fainting logistics, jam-packed crowd, and weird smells along with the outfits it’s really difficult to digest that is not there.
The sudden reason to say this is because Comic-Con is absent this year.
The canceling of the event has made organizers say it is “heartbreaking” due to the ongoing pandemic as larger gatherings are not permitted. Instead of this virtual meet was planned to commence on July 22 practically losing millions of money that usually Comic-Con gains at San Diego.
— San Diego Comic-Con (@Comic_Con) July 25, 2020
Above all the entertainment and fun lost more events precisely show the need for community and indeed the capability to connect the feelings around entertainment by gathering comic books or binge-watching top web series to the widest offerings from classic titans such as Marvel, Star Wars and so on.
The event ringed into its 50th year in 2019 having decorated from small gatherings that had a few hotel ballrooms packed at the beginning of the 1970s to big gatherings that have been happening now.