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“For the first time in 50 years of history, the organizers behind this annual celebration of pop culture announce with great regret that there will be no Comic-con in 2020”, said in a statement the perpetrators of an event that every year gathers in the californian city of over 100,000 fans of franchises and universes Star Wars, the lord of The rings, The Walking Dead, Harry Potter, The Witcher, or the superheroes of Marvel and DC Comics.

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“Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures”said David Glanzer, spokesman of the event, in a statement to San Diego Union Tribunesaid that despite the great “sadness” that awakens this cancellation are convinced that it is “the right decision”.

The one that was going to be the edition number 51 of the convention was to take place from the 23rd to the 26th of July in San Diego. The edition of next year will be held between the 22nd and 25th of July, 2021. The thousands of tickets already sold for the issue is suspended will be invalid for the next year and those who wish may also require the reenbolso of the amount.

“We are looking forward to the time in which we all meet again to share in community that we all love and enjoy”concludes the statement.

By EuropaPress

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