Comic-Con: Top 10 Most Popular Panels

While this year’s SDCC all took place virtually, repackaged as [email protected], one of the great things about the event was that anyone can “get into” a panel. No more waiting in line, overnight, to make sure you got a seat in the notorious Hall H. Every panel can be watched on YouTube, over and over and over again.

Because of this, we now know which panels the masses are most interested in, as all of YouTube’s videos display the view count. So what do people care about the most? As of Thursday, July 23, it was obvious that people wanted news about the long-delayed New Mutants movie–which, don’t worry, is still aiming for August theatrical release.

Below, you’ll find the list of the most-viewed Comic-Con panels from this year. These panels and numbers will be updated throughout the weekend, so we won’t know what the most popular panel of Comic-Con 2020 is until the end of Sunday, July 26.

In the meantime, here’s what people were excited to learn more about on Day One of Comic-Con.

Numbers last updated: July 24, 12:50 PM ET

10. Conspiracy Theories and Propaganda Throughout Pop Culture (8.4k views)

J.D. Lombardi, Justin Montgomery, Guadalupe De La O, and G.L. Lambert talk about conspiracies in TV shows, movies, and comic books and how that correlates to our culture and current climate.

9. Amazon Prime Video: Truth Seekers (9.2k views)

Amazon’s latest original series reunites Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in a show that revolves around a ghost hunting show online. You can check out the trailer for the series and read GameSpot’s coverage here.

8. Solar Opposites (10k views)

Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan new animated series on Hulu was front and center for its panel on Thursday. During the event, we saw a clip from Season 2–and while it’s not completely animated, we got a good idea of what’s to come.

7. Cartoon Network Studios: The Art of Storyboarding (10.8k views)

Experts and industry professionals reveal how they got into the business for this panel, which includes The Amazing World of Gumball’s Mic Graves, Apple & Onion’s Chuck Klein, and Summer Camp Island’s Julia Pottand Alabaster Pizzo.

6. X-Men Fandom Surprise Party (12.2k views)

A panel that was originally going to be about X-Men fans talking about their love of the world of mutants. However, there were a few celebrity guests that surprised the panelists.

5. A Look Inside Marvel’s 616 on Disney+ (19.4k views)

While most of the MCU-related TV shows and movies have been delayed, there’s a new docuseries about the Marvel Universe coming to Disney+. Marvel 616 explores the vast history of the company’s comic book universe. To learn more, check out GameSpot’s coverage of the panel.

4. His Dark Materials Virtual Panel and Q&A Session (19.7k views)

Find out more about the HBO series in an expansive Q&A.

3. Amazon Prime Video: The Boys (30.3k views)

Ahead of Season 2, the Amazon original series panel features the cast talking about future episodes, and what we can expect. Also, there’s a new clip for Season 2 featuring a whale. Read more here.

2. Star Trek Universe Virtual Panel (40k views)

Star Trek has a super-sized panel to kick off the day. During the event, Discovery, Picard, and Lower Decks–which got a new trailer–were all discussed. We also learned about a new animated Star Trek series coming to Nickelodeon.

1. The New Mutants (98.8k views)

The top panel of Thursday was none other than the long-delayed New Mutants movie. While it’s still planning an August 28 release, we saw some new footage of the film and got some new posters. Learn more here.

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