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Category: SDCC 2021

LEGO Comic Creator Returns for SDCC at Home 2021

With Comic Con at Home 2021 coming to a close soon and if you haven’t done it yet, LEGO still has their LEGO Comic Creator available for the first 10,000 participants. It is the same as last year where you can create your own LEGO minifigure and choose a universe between Star Wars, Spider-Man, or Batman to build a story around. This is the same as last year’s activity when Comic Con was shut down as well. There is a limit of three comics per house hold so you can pretty much get all three stories unless you have more than one child.


LEGO Listed as San Diego Comic Con 2021 at Home Exhibitor

San Diego Comic Con 2021 at Home will be happening in a few weeks and the panel and exhibitor lists have been revealed and it looks like LEGO will be doing something during the event. It doesn’t look like they will be doing any panels but they are on the exhibitor list which makes me think there will be some LEGO exclusives.

As we know by now, LEGO usually does exclusives during SDCC and there were even a few sets and minifigures last year but they weren’t revealed until months after the event. It looks like this year could be a little different and they may be selling something as they are more prepared this year than last year when the pandemic was in full swing.

Other companies have already been revealing and doing pre-orders for their exclusives so it’ll be interesting to see if LEGO announces any exclusives or reveals any new sets. Obviously, this is just my thinking and LEGO may not be doing anything at all but we’ll see. San Diego Comic Con 2021 at Home will be happening in a few weeks from July 23-25.


Comic Con Special Edition Announced for Thanksgiving Weekend 2021

San Diego Comic Con has announced the dates for the previously reported smaller November convention. Comic Con Special Edition will be held as a three day event over Thanksgiving weekend, November 26-28. If it is safe enough to happen, it’ll be the first convention that Comic Con has produced since 2019 due to COVID-19. Pricing and attendance capacity is still unknown at this time but that’ll be announced in due time. We’ll see if LEGO will be doing anything or has any releases/announcements planned for the event.


San Diego Comic Con Postponed Until 2022

San Diego Comic Con has just announced that in-person SDCC 2021 will be officially postponed until 2022. Although vaccines for COVID-19 has been rolling out, they stated that the July date will still be too early to hold in-person events, however, there will be a free three-day online experience from July 23-25. There’s no doubt that companies will also be doing their own events around that time as well. CCI is also planning some sort of smaller three-day in-person convention in November. Let’s see how that works out.

LEGO didn’t do any panels last year for SDCC but did release some exclusive sets and minifigures that were planned for it. It’s still too early to know if LEGO will be doing any online events or if they will have any exclusives they will be selling at various retailers.


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