Comic-con HQ launches on Free Comic Book Day

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Rob Benedict and Richard Speight, Jr. Photo credit to Ladyeilthana, used with permission off Flickr

Rob Benedict and Richard Speight, Jr. Photo credit to Ladyeilthana, used with permission off Flickr


This exciting new service is free through July 25, 2016 with its beta program and geeks worldwide ready to explore their shiny online programming. The online format is how the world is getting their news and entertainment, and Comic-Con HQ is set to lead the way in celebrating pop culture. They intend to provide 365 days a year of cool geeky content on their online platform. Bonus, those who sign up for the beta in the first two weeks are entered to win a trip to San Diego Comic-Con 2016.

Original shows will be featured

Exciting entertainment will include previews of original shows such as Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion’s huge hit webseries Con Man, and popular Supernatural actors Richard Speight, Jr.and Rob Benedict’s upcoming show Kings of Con. Comic-Con HQ will also bring weekly entertainment shows which cover comics, gaming, movies, science, and more. Behind the scenes special features from TV and film, and of course, fabulous access to San Diego Comic-Con programming. This is huge for everyone who is not able to attend the Holy Grail of sci-fi conventions.

Firely and Supernatural fans are excited

These fans will absolutely love Comic-Con HQ as they will have the opportunity to enjoy Con Man and Kings of Con. Con Man has already had a huge success with its first season as Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion have taken viewers through the lives of “Firefly-like” failed TV series stars Wray Nerely and Jack Moore. Just announced, Lionsgate has come on board to produce season two of the web series with even more hilarious stories and special celebrity guests.

Kings of Con and Con Man

Kings of Con is a scripted and non-scripted show that explores the fan convention lives of Richard Speight, Jr. and Rob Benedict. Their characters can boast that they are “super famous 13 weekends a year.” The preview is hilarious and Supernatural fans are anxiously awaiting for the series to start. No doubt they’re excited to have found their home on Comic-Con HQ.

Comic-Con HQ beta is free

This epic streaming service is offering its beta program for free until July 25, 2016. Following the first offer, the price is nicely set at only $5 a month or $50 a year.

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