Well, we may still be unable to attend comic conventions and gather together, but fortunately, there’s no shortage of online comics events to occupy our time in the meanwhile! From Shero Con to Zoom panels with Eisner Judges, here’s The Beat’s weekly round-up of online comics events!

Wednesday, March 10th

Today, Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 at 4:00 P.M. Pacific Time, you can attend a Zoom panel with five past Eisner Award judges, including Michael DooleyKaren GreenWilliam H. FosterCharles Hatfield, and The Beat’s own Editor in Chief, Heidi MacDonald.

You can register for the event by clicking through this link!

Tuesday, March 16th

On Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. Eastern Time, you can attend an online Zoom panel about how comics and graphic novels are adapting to the changing world, featuring Chris Arrant, Joseph Illidge, Whitney Leopard, Lauren White-Jackson, and Sara Gómez Woolley.

You can click on this link to register. The event is hosted by the Book Industry Guild of New York.

Monday, March 22nd

On Monday, March 22nd, 2021 at 2:00 P.M. Eastern Time, you can attend a Zoom webinar conversation between MariNaomi and Caitlin McGurk. The Art+Feminism event is presented by the Wexner Center for the Arts, the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, and the Ohio State University Libraries.

You can register for the Art+Feminism event by clicking through this link!

Also on Monday March 22nd, 2021, you can register to attend a drawing event with Dav Pilkey, which you can learn more about in The Beat’s online comics event round-up from last week.

Shero Con on Saturday, March 27th

On Saturday, March 27th, 2021 at 12:00 PM Eastern Time, you can attend the SheroCon 2021 virtual event on YouTube and Facebook. The all-female pop-up con celebrates women in comics and adjacent fields.

Shero Con 2021
Shero Con 2021

This year, the festivities will include a fundraiser that aims to help combat homelessness by building a whole village of tiny homes, funded by a currently active GoFundMe. Tickets to attend the online event are free, and you can get yours now through Eventbrite (plus, RSVPing will get you entered into the first drawing of the day)!

Will you be attending one of these online events? Is there an essential online comics event this weekend that we’ve overlooked? Let The Beat know in the comments or on social media @comicsbeat!