L.A. Comic-Con has cancelled the event it recently rescheduled to December 11-13, 2020. This comes only a few weeks after the organizers declared that they would be the first in-person convention to happen in the state of California since the COVID-19 pandemic began (see "L.A. Comic-Con Will Take Place In December As An In-Person Event").  

Convention-goers can pretty much call it "game over" for 2020 after L.A. Comic-Con made the announcement that they were cancelling their show for 2020 and looking forward to 2021. They cited Governor Gavin Nemsom's decision not to issue reopening guidelines for theme parks (and by proxy, live events) yet as the reason they were closing up shop for the year. The convention organizers plan to honor their 100% roll-over/refund guarantee for all tickets, and also announced that all booked talent will be rolled over into 2021 as well.

The L.A.Comic-Con plans to host its next convention on September 24-26 in 2021.