San Diego Comic-Con 2016 is officially over, and we’re still feeling the separation anxiety. Thank goodness, there’s Comic Con HQ!

For those who haven’t heard, Comic-Con International and Lionsgate have teamed up to create a streaming service called Comic-Con HQ. The streaming service promises to deliver everything you love about Comic-Con including the panels, sneak previews, and other happenings that you might’ve missed during the convention. Aside from that, Comic-Con HQ have already lined up a few original content including Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest and Alan Tudyik’s Con Man.

Comic-Con 2016 served as the official launch pad for the streaming service. During the four-day convention, Comic-Con HQ had set up camp at the bay area of the Hilton Hotel. Inside was a wonderful mini-Comic-Con set-up with video gaming stations, Comic-Con exclusive items, and even a live stage. Casts from your favorite TV shows like Game of Thrones, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Orphan Black were just some of the celebrities who graced the Comic-Con HQ stage. It was such an amazing treat since everybody is welcome to come in even without a Comic-Con badge.

As Comic-Con grows bigger each year, it’s rather impossible to take in more people at the event. This year alone, 130,000 tickets were sold out in 60 minutes. Comic-Con HQ’s Joe LeFavi explained to us that the service is their way to accommodate more people even if they’re not physically present at the convention. In the coming days, expect to see a great amount of exclusive Comic-Con content on the site. See more of our interview with Comic-Con HQ below.

 

So if you weren’t able to attend Comic-Con this year or just weren’t able to camp out for Hall H panels, Comic-Con HQ’s got you covered. Sign up now on Comic-Con HQ and get a 30-day free trial. That’s already a good amount of time to binge-watch all the Comic-Con events on the site.  But of course, for those who want to live and breathe Comic-Con (who wouldn’t want that?), you may get a monthly pass for $5 or a discounted annual pass for $50.

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