That said, there are some notable names missing. No Jason Momoa. No Ray Fisher. No Henry Cavill. No J.J. Abrams. No Joaquin Phoenix or Todd Phillips. So don’t expect much Superman or Joker news just yet. Still, it’s an encouraging list. Plus, in addition to big panels filled with news, like any good convention, there are other options as well to virtually participate. You can go and look at fan artwork, take virtual tours, read comics, take “photos” (of what just remains to be seen), and so on. You can read more about all that on the FanDome website.

FanDome kicks off at 10 a.m. PT on Saturday, August 22. Will you be checking in?


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