San Diego Comic-Con 2020 Friday Recap

We at Skewed and Reviewed will be sharing San Diego Comic-Con daily recaps with Comic-Con at Home well underway. Friday at SDCC arrived with several great panels. My schedule filled up quickly and contained several blocks with multiple options which I made sure to watch as time allowed.

Friday opened with a discussion with Charlize Theron who provided great insight into her career in action films. She shared why women should take non-traditional roles.

Titan Comics followed by showing off Blade Runner 2019, a new comic line that expands on the Blade Runner universe with new characters and situations that show amazing potential for fans of the series.

Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead, and the new series Walking Dead: World Beyond covered the next 3 hours of the day. The cast and creative talents of the shows conducted discussions and answered questions and featured new footage.



There were also panels from Lucasfilm Publishing as well as music and industry-related panels which offered some great insight as well as an inside look at what the literary world of Star Wars has in store.

Hulu showed off their pending show Hellstorm based on a Marvel comic which looks very dark and creepy. The cast was given their first look at the footage in a new trailer and their reactions were hysterical.

Panels for The Capture and Halon followed before covering Bob’s Burgers, one of my personal favorites. This was my first time seeing a panel for Bob’s Burgers because I usually have a schedule conflict. It was wonderful to hear the cast talk about the show and also get to preview clips of the upcoming season.


Archer was up next, another panel that I have not had the chance to attend due to schedule conflicts. The cast teased the upcoming 11th season and announced a September release date for the new season.

My final panel for the day was Deep Blue Sea 3 which is a pending DVD and Video on Demand release. The cast and creatives talked about the film and showed off several clips.


Friday’s lineup was highly entertaining. There are even more great panels that I plan to go back and have a look at following our coverage this weekend.