The Jakarta Post
Deborah Ann Woll (second from right) greets her fans at Shopee Indonesia Comic Con in October 2019. (Shopee Indonesia Comic Con 2019/-)
Pop culture event Indonesia Comic Con (ICC), which was slated for this year, has been rescheduled to Jan. 30-31 next year due to the pandemic.
“Considering the current situation and condition, we need time to prepare for the event to make it fun but at the same time also in line with the government’s COVID-19 protocols,” said ICC project manager Andriani Tirtawisata on YouTube regarding the postponement.
“We’d also like to ensure our visitors’ health and comfort," she added.
Hello guys! Have you seen our annoucement video on youtube @indonesiacomiccon ??? We unfortunately Indonesia Comic Con have to move the date to 30 - 31 January 2021 . Stay Safe, Wear Mask, and Still Awesome! . . #Indonesiacomiccon2020 #ICC2020 #heroeswithoutcapes #popculture #Movie #Toys #Game #comicbooks #Lifestyle #cosplay #Freakihslyawesome
Held since 2015, the annual event is part of the ReedPOP portfolio, which includes more than 40 comic con events, including New York Comic Con and Star Wars Celebration.
The event attracts many due to its international guests, with previous guests include Deborah Ann Woll, who played Karen Page in Marvel’s Daredevil, and Kristian Nairn, who took on the role of Hodor in popular HBO series Game of Thrones. (wir/kes)
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