WonderPost: DC Cosplayers, Hollywood Horror Museum, BeeFy & Co., Jenny Parks, Reggie Bannister

We promised three WonderPosts this week, and we’re delivering. Because we don’t like keeping attendees waiting.

Here’s a look at the news you might have missed:

DC Cosplayer Photo Shoot (Source)

  • Jenny Parks Illustration will be exhibiting at WonderCon.
  • Colorist Raymund Lee showed off a piece of artwork from Zenescope artist Ace Continuado, who will selling his art at WonderCon.

  • The Indie Game Alliance will be at WonderCon, hosting demos, tournaments, playtesting, and more.
  • Cascade Games, which traditionally run the trading card games at CCI’s events, will also be returning.
  • Art historian and writer Kim Munson revealed on her website that she will be at WonderCon this year.
  • Artist Justin White shared on Facebook that the final cover for Forbidden Tales Vol. 2 will debut at WonderCon this year.

  • Ghoulish Bunny Studios, which features “whimsically creepy cute art” from Diana Levin and Shawn Givens, will be exhibiting at both WonderCon and San Diego Comic-Con.
  • Reggie Bannister, best known for his roles in Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep, will be making an appearance at WonderCon this year, along with actress Gigi Bannister (who has starred in Bubba Ho-TepThe Ghastly Love of Johnny X, and more).

Reggie Bannister

  • Our plushmaker friends at BeeFy & Co. will be exhibiting at both WonderCon and San Diego Comic-Con.
  • Love Disney pins? My-D Pins & Collectibles has you covered at WonderCon.
  • Rooster Comics and Collectibles will be exhibiting at WonderCon.
  • James Jones of Mythical Legends Publishing showed off a new banner they’ll be debuting at their booth at WonderCon 2017.

  • Epic Chaos, a comic about a girl who wakes up next to her best friend’s doppleganger, will be exhibiting at Small Press Table SP-44.
  • Need a comic graded? Good news, as CBCS Comics will be exhibiting.
  • Not only will Joie Brown’s Heavenly Kibble Guradian Corgi 3 be released at WonderCon, but the first 50 issues will be individually numbered and signed as well. So snag one at the convention for the corgi lover in your life.

Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

About Kerry Dixon

Kerry Dixon is Editor-in-Chief of The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog and the site’s resident panel guru.