Though it was originally known for its focus on comic-books, San Diego's annual convention has long since been taken over by Hollywood's biggest movies.
The Marvel Studios panel is one of the most hyped film events of the year full-stop, and other genre franchises like Terminator and It also have a presence at this year's show, ensuring that SDCC will remain a primary go-to destination for blockbuster movie fans craving more information on their favourite properties.
But it isn't just upcoming movies that attend. Comic-Con is a celebration of nerd culture as a whole, and a lot of the folks who make our favourite movies, games, TV shows and comic-books host panels every single year, and in 2019, two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's veteran writers did just that.
Infinity War and Endgame scribes Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely recently visited Hall H to discuss each film's creative process, reflecting on their time spent working in the MCU. The two men held an extensive discussion, revealing new details and behind-the-scenes secrets, giving us an insight into how the Infinity Saga's epic finale was constructed, and the various story points that almost made the cut.