DC Fandome

Everything you need to know about DC FanDome!

I'm one of your hosts

I can’t believe that tomorrow is DC FanDome! If you’ve been living under a rock, here’s what you need to know: DC FanDome is a global first: a giant virtual experience for DC superfans around the world. It’s completely free and anyone can watch and participate. The idea is to celebrate all things DC: from television series and movies to video games!

The show will go live tomorrow and will run for 8 hours. The Hall of Heroes will showcase a bunch of fun new DC wonders that you can enjoy. Then, THERE’S MORE – with a special on-demand experience happening on September 12. This will include a multiverse of content and you can get involved with everything DC – from Comics and Cosplay to movies and games. For a full break down on what is on offer and what you can do – click the image below and you’ll be able to prepare a custom schedule:

DC FanDome

For the big news now, which you probably have heard – I’m going to be one of the Hosts for DC FanDome! I’ll be joining some special friends in the Hall of Heroes and I’m looking forward to sharing the DC love with you. I’ll also return on September 12 to bring you something special that celebrates some of South Africa’s best Comic Book artists. Be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram where I’ll be sharing all of this with you.

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I’m so incredibly excited for this and can’t wait to enjoy the show virtually with you. It will kick off around 7pm South African time and run for around 8 hours – so you’ve got something to keep you busy on Saturday night. I’ll see you in the DC FanDome!

To get you a little bit more hyped, check out the official trailer (and see if you can spot yours truly!):



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