Warner Bros and DC Come Home to Comic-Con 2022 with Exciting Surprises

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Calling all comic lovers!

Comic-Con International finally confirms the return of an in-person convention, and media giant Warner Bros., along with all-time favorite franchise DC has a lot of anticipating plans to reveal!

This is big news, as the last major face-to-face Comic-Con was held in 2019, before the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic that massively hit the entertainment industry. With the convention’s comeback in San Diego, the Hall H panels are to come back home as well.

Marvel Studios’ Kevin Page has already announced that they will make an appearance at this event. However, despite Warner Bros., as well as DC reportedly taking a radical approach to this year’s event, the media giant has its plans rolled out.

Furthermore, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson breaks the rumors of a DCEU no-show at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 with a surprise tweet to fans confirming the return of DC Movies to Hall H.

In the WWE Hall of Fame wrestler’s video announcing Black Adam’s return, it was also mentioned that the appearance of characters from the Justice Society of America is to be anticipated. However, not just one, but two Hall H panels will be present on July 23! Apart from Black Adam, Shazam! Fury of the Gods will also be featured, as confirmed by Shazam actor Zachary Levy.

Levy also sends a message to fans who will not be able to get into the exclusive panel, saying, “whatever drops on that Saturday will eventually drop for you too.”

Other than panel appearances, more exciting announcements about the upcoming DC films, including official posters and teasers are definitely to be anticipated.

Are you excited for this year’s in-person Comic-Con? Don’t hesitate to let us know through the comments section below!

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