SAN DIEGO – A dream for Comic-Con fans will soon come true with the opening of a new museum dedicated to comics and popular arts in San Diego.
The latest cultural attraction, located in Balboa Park, offers exhibitions, programs and events around the world of Comic-Con.
“In addition to the comic book, movie and sci-fi / fantasy genres that started it all, the museum will feature TV shows, books, video games, cartoons and more. ” Comic-Con stated on their website. “With regularly rotating exhibitions, hands-on workshops for kids and adults, and interactive experiences to try out, you’ll always find something new and exciting to explore.”
Exhibits presented at the museum include:
Gene Roddenberry: science fiction visionary
Better known as the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry’s career is recognized for his inspiring worldview and impact on popular culture and science fiction.
Eight decades of Archie
Through a collection of immersive sets, visual exhibits and artifacts, Eight Decades of Archie explores typical American teens.
Chas Addams… Family and friends
One of America’s most prolific cartoonists, the art of Charles Addams is celebrated for its dark and macabre figures.
Showcasing art by teenage brothers Connor (17) and Bauer (14) Lee, this exhibit features life-size cardboard models of superheroes such as Hulkbuster, Groot C-3PO, and Baby Yoda. During the Comic-Con Special Edition weekend, join Bauer and Connor in their crafting lab where you can make your own Captain America or Wonder Woman shield, or in their exhibit where you can make your own action video. special effects.
Out of the Dark: Comics in the Age of COVID
Young people in San Diego are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic through their artwork.
The PAC-MAN arcade
The 2020 Museum Character Hall of Fame inductee is honored with an interactive exhibit featuring games, collectibles and memorabilia.
The Comic-Con Museum is scheduled to open on Friday for its level 3 members through 5 at 10:30 am Space is limited.
For more information on the Comic-Con Museum, Click here.
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