Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are going to go through all of the five-day programming schedules that will be on the San Diego Comic-Con upcoming event, Comic-Con@Home so without further adieu let’s see what we are going to look at for those five days.

The first day of Comic-Con@Home won’t start until 3 pm and the first panels are as followed:

Comics in the Classroom Ask Me Anything: Pick the Brains of Teachers, Administrators, Creators and Publishers
GeekED: Re-storied: Re-imagining creative privilege
Teaching and Learning with Comics
The Power of Teamwork in Kids Comics

This is just the first hour and not a bad start to this event. The rest of the day has almost the same vibe which I think is a smart move because we can all see how the rest of the event will be like. Here are some panels that I would recommend to watch:

Comics as a Conduit – 4 pm
Make Programming Your Superpower! – 4 pm
New Kids Comics from Eisner Award Publishers – 5 pm
Comic-Con Celebrates 15 Years of Eisner Librarians – 6 pm
Comics on Campus: Fandom at Academia – 6 pm

Thursday starts with 12 panels at 10 AM and for the rest of the day, you have to figure out what you want to see. I was surprised that it was going to be jam-packed with a lot of great panels. The last panel is at 6 PM and here are some recommendations on what to watch for Thursday:

Art and the Holocaust – 10 am
Graphix: Get Drawn In – 10 am
Star Trek Universe Virtual Panel – 10 am
Cartoon Network Studios: The Art of Storyboarding – 11 am
Solar Opposites – 11 am
Any of the Disney or Amazon panels
Afro-Futurism and Black Religion: Connecting Imaginations – 3 pm
The Boys Season 2 – 3 pm
Bugs Bunny’s 80th Anniversary Extravaganza – 4 pm
Manga Publishing Industry Round table – 4 pm
Marvel HQ – 4 pm
23rd Annual San Diego Comic-Con Superhero Kung Fu Extravaganza – 6 pm
The Most Dangerous Woman at Comic-Con: Building a Better Heroine – 6 pm

Friday is where are the fun begins! From a panel all about actress Charlize Theron Action Hero Career, Star Wars, DC Comics and so much more it is going to be hard to pick what you want to see. If the first two days were a disappointment to you Friday is the day that will make it up for you! Here are some of the recommendations for panels to watch:

Charlize Theron: Evolution of a Badass- An Action Hero Career Retrospective – 10 am
The 2020 Black Panel – 10 am
Any of the Star Wars, Marvel, DC Comics, The Walking Dead, HBO MAX, Adult Swim panels
TOKYOPOP: Manga For Everyone – 12 pm
GirlsDrawinGirls: Industry Professional Women Artists in Quarantine: Balancing work, art, homeschooling and life – 2 pm
Bob’s Burgers – 4 pm
Vampirella 50th Anniversary Finale – 4 pm
VIZ: A Haunting Conversation with Junji Ito – 4 pm
Archer@Home – 5 pm
The Living Dead: Celebrating the Legacy of George Romero – 5 pm
The Famous Monsters Podcast – 6 pm
32nd Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards – 7 pm

Saturday is a take your pick day because there are so many great panels on today and if Comic-Con was going to happen in person, these panels are worth going in line for. If you want to see what I’m talking about here is a link to Saturday programming.

Like every year Sunday is the usual slow day of panels but this year is different. This year we are seeing a good amount of panels that are enjoyable and interesting to see and like Saturday it’s a take your pick day.

Overall this year’s panels are great, we can see all of them from our comfy homes and enjoy what we love with friends and families and pig out all at the same time. To see the full programming schedule you can click on the link here and just like you, we’ll be at comic con via home.