At this year's San Diego Comic Con, "For All Mankind" will be on display.

The Apple TV+ alternate space history series will be well represented at the four-day comic book and pop culture event beginning July 21 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.

The series left the moon in its third season to enter a three-way space race to Mars. According to a synopsis for the new season, the Red Planet has become the new frontier for the United States and the Soviet Union, as well as a commercial space company with a lot to prove.

There will be a discussion about "The Alternate World of 'For All Mankind'" at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con. Maril Davis is the executive producer of the show.

In the second presentation, "Storytellers of Apple TV+," Moore and other show's executive producers and showrunners will discuss creating the unique worlds of their respective series and share sneak peeks of upcoming episodes.

A once and future Mars is found in the third season of For All Mankind.

The show has never appeared in person at the convention. The cast and crew of the show attended a virtual panel at San Diego Comic-Con in 2020.

The Apple TV+ events will be on the convention floor. The San Diego Comic Con exclusive set of Season 3 mission patches is a continuation of the popular line of embroidered emblems.

Icon Heroes will debut 16 new "For All Mankind" patches at its booth at the San Diego Comic-Con. The Season 3 set contains patches representing the three missions racing to Mars, as well as other launch vehicles and locations from the show.

Icon Heroes will offer its

Icon Heroes will offer its "For All Mankind" Season 3 mission patch set as a 2022 San Diego Comic Con exclusive. (Image credit: Icon Heroes)

The SeaDragon heavy-lift rocket first seen in the Season 1 post-credits scene is one of the patches included in the new offering.

A Mars program patch is inspired by the logo for NASA's Ares rocket, which was designed by Mike Okuda, and is connected to one of the character's storylines.

The first episode of the third season shows how space history has changed. In one of the news clips that begins the show, the patch depicting the Hubble Space Telescope is not the real one.

The patch was designed at the start of production on Season 3, but the first episode was locked just a few months ago. Patrick Wang, vice president of Icon Heroes, told collectSPACE that it was decided that the better stand in would be the two Hubbles. They gave us the designs early on and we could update the patch later in another set. It is possible that it will be seen on camera this season.

Artists redesign Apollo mission patches for 50 years after the moon landing.

The pricing for the patches has not been made public. The set can be purchased at the booth. The company is offering a limited pre-sale on its website for people who can't go in person. After the convention, the patches will be shipped. Only addresses in the continental U.S. are allowed to pre-order.

The first two seasons of "For All Mankind" are available to watch on Apple TV+ and the third season will premiere on August 12.

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