Right before DC Fandome was held on August 22, it was announced that the event would be split up into two days. The first day would be on August 22, while the second day would take place at a later date. This was likely done to make room for all of the panels that were taking place.

On September 12, DC will hold the second half of the online event titled “DC Fandome: Explore the Multiverse.” This is a follow up to its first day which took place on August 22 and was titled “DC Fandome: Hall of Heroes.”

There are several DC related properties that fans can look forward to hearing about. This includes several panels for its television shows including Batwoman, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, DC’s Stargirl, Superman & Lois, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn, Lucifer, and Pennyworth. Along with seeing the cast discuss the upcoming seasons for some of the shows, it might also be an opportunity for fans to see if shows like Doom Patrol and Harley Quinn have been renewed for a third season, as it has not been announced yet if the two shows would be continuing production. “DC Fandome: Explore the Multiverse” will also provide an extended panel for certain shows that have already had panels on August 22, such as The Flash and Titans. Along with presenting DC’s many television shows, “DC Fandome: Explore the Multiverse” will also hold a tribute to the late popular comic book artist Dwayne McDuffie, with the panel presenting a screening of A League of One: The Dwayne McDuffie Story. Fans would also be delighted to know that none of the panels are being held live, meaning that they can watch them whenever they want at any time without the burden of having to wait for them or the fear of missing it. This is in contrast to the first day of DC Fandome on August 22, which made viewers watch the panels in order and held them live forcing audiences to wait for the panel that they wanted to see the most.

Many fans are excited to see the second half of DC Fandome take place, and can definitely look forward to enjoying the content that will be provided to them on September 12.