It’s been a busy week of San Diego Comic-Con news (and if you’ve been in the general hotel sale, too San Diego Comic-Con Stress). So, while many of us are trying to pass the time until we get our hotel placements, let’s take a look at the news. And there are plenty! We have original artwork, original toys, exciting convention launches, and plenty of confirmations.
Let’s take a look at the news you might have missed:
- Artist Patrick Ballesteros sets out to create 100 mini-originals each year, which are usually available on select convention days at his Artist Alley booth, so you can try and grab your favorite. These first of them are everywhere, everything, all at once – and more.
- Artist Priscilla Wilson was very busy, with several San Diego Comic-Con exclusives and debuts already announced. But that’s definitely not all she’s got planned, as she showed off some casting experiments for coloring her popular Soonay characters. Would you like a series of these UV reactive colors stupid? Be sure to let her know.
- Artist BossLogic is to return to at San Diego Comic-Con this summer, where there are sure to be draws and more.
- Insight Editions always brings fun exclusives and exciting imprints to San Diego Comic-Con, but this year they’ve got something really special up their sleeves. They will be showcasing a range of new Flip Pop transforming paper figures of characters such as Batman and Boba Fett, at the convention.
- TeeTurtle makes the cutest t-shirts this side of the universe – which is why it’s good news that they’ll be bringing their adorable designs to San Diego Comic-Con in July.
- This summer, independent comics publisher Zenescope Entertainment, which lists the convention on its 2022 appearances, is also making the trip.
- Award-winning cartoonist and comic creator Nate Powell will be heading to the convention this summer — even if it sounds like an attendee — but if you’re looking for a guest to fill your panelhe is available !
- It’s starting to look a lot like… scam season! And who will decorate the (congress) halls this summer? Here are just a few of the many artists and exhibitors who have added the convention to their schedule:
Something we missed? Let us know in the comments, write or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.
If you missed our previous Under the Tents 2022 articles, you can find them HERE.