“For All Mankind” headed for Mars via this year’s San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC).

Among the star-studded panels and a unique set of collectible episodes, another Apple TV + space series will be well represented at the four-day comedy book and pop culture event starting July 21 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.

Now in its third season, “For All Mankind” has left the moon – where the series began to leave our timeline – to enter a three-way space race to Mars. Red Planet has become a new frontier not only for the United States and the Soviet Union but also for a space trading company “with a lot to prove and something at risk,” as a preview of the new season reads.

Co-creators and great producers Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert, and Ben Nedivi will lead the discussion at SDCC on “Another World for All Mankind.’ Karen Baldwin), Jodi Balfour (Ellen Waverly), Sonya Walger (Molly Cobb), Krys Marshall (Danielle Poole), Cynthy Wu (Kelly Baldwin), Casey Johnson (Danny Stevens), Coral Peña (Aleida Rosales), and Wrenn Schmidt (Margo Madison) ).

Moore is also scheduled to participate in the second launch, “Apple TV + Media Talkers,” in which she and other significant producers and programmers will discuss creating unique worlds for their series and share a particular view of future episodes.

Sessions noted the first appearance of the show in person at the meeting. The series’ cast and the team have previously visited the visual panel as part of the San Diego Comic-Con @ Home, driven by the COVID-19 epidemic by 2020.

In addition to the Apple TV + events, “For All Mankind” will also be available on the conference platform. Icon Heroes, a pop culture collection company, has announced a unique set of San Diego Comic-Con selections for Season 3 tracts, continuing its famous line of embroidered emblems based on the series.

Following Season 1 and Season 2 provided on its website (opens in a new tab), Icon Heroes will release 16 new episodes of “For All Mankind” at its SDCC site (no. 3245). Including the signature created and emerging from the series, the Season 3 set includes not only episodes representing the three-race race to Mars (NASA’s Sojourner 1, Soviet Union’s Mars-94, and Helios Aerospace) but also other launch vehicles and locations. From the show, a few spacecraft familiar with our timeline.

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