WonderPost: Valiant, Her Universe, The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum, Inside Out Vinyl

WonderCon 2017 announcements have been coming in left and right. We saw some big ones from Valiant and the Hollywood Science Fiction Museum this week. If you didn’t catch them, that’s OK; we have those and many more right here for you.

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

  • Stop by Her Universe Booth #1337 to pick up some new shirt designs available first at the convention. You can also get an Ahsoka Tano Funko Pop! signed by her, on Friday, March 31 from 11AM-1PM or 2:30PM-4:30PM, Saturday April 1 from 10:30AM-11:30AM, or Sunday from 1PM-4PM. Also be sure you stop by her panel on Saturday at 1:30PM in Room 208 for an update on this year’s Her Universe San Diego Comic-Con fashion show.

NEW ART! Debuting at @wondercon this weekend! My newest art print -"Space: LET'S GO!" & a matching magnet!

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  • OK, Trekkies, the Hollywood Science Fiction Museum needs our help to restore its Star Trek wax figures and bridge set. They’ll have the bridge set with Mr. Spock and Dr. “Bones” McCoy on display at WonderCon, with the rest of the cast to be displayed in the touring exhibit. You can donate to their Kickstarter campaign here.

  • The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum will also have Marina Sirtis, Counselor Deanna Troi from Star Trek: The Next Generation, available for signings on Saturday. They’ve also announced via email to their Kickstarter contributors that they’ll have Denise Crosby, LT Tasha Yar and CDR Sela from Star Trek: The Next Generation, War of the Worlds star Ann Robinson, and Farscape actress Gigi Edgely there as well.
  • Valiant is going to have the busiest booth in the convention center. If you visit Booth #1019, you’ll find paperbacks and hardcovers with titles including Bloodshot Reborn, Britannia, Divinity, Faith, Ninjak, X-O and Woody, and many more. If that’s not enough, they’ll also have t-shirts and all-star signings. Don’t miss this one.
  • Mark (budgetdude) has 10 signed prints from artist Natali Sanders. Yes, you read that right, only 10. If you want one, you’ll need to get to Booth #701 fast.
  • Artist Tom Hodges will be in Artist Alley at Table #A-16 with “Star Wars Universe Dream Park” Artist Proofs. He’ll have some very limited proofs with no remarque for $60 and some extremely limited proofs with pre-done remarque for $80.

Only at #WonderCon! #starwars #art #hodgesart

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  • Do you still crave that warm, analog sound of vinyl? If you still have that turntable set to 33 1/3 RPM, Disney Music Emporium will have some Inside Out vinyl records for you this weekend. If you have no idea what a vinyl record is, ask your parents/grandparents. And for those of you thinking these look familiar – they were a Mondo San Diego Comic-Con release in 2016. So grab them now without the crazy line!

Monday blues? Cheer up because @disneymusicemporium is selling Inside Out vinyl this weekend at #WonderCon. 💙

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Our new #WoollyMammoth kids shirt, making its debut at #WonderCon next weekend!

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

About Andy Wagner

Andy Wagner
San Diego local born and raised in PA. His loves include SDCC, Penn State, and writing.
  • David

    hey based on on previous years, does Wonder-Con provide us a head’s up for potential exclusives, guests, etc. for SDCC?

  • Eh, vaguely, not really. It’s not a really good indicator of which TV shows or movies will be at SDCC, as that’s usually dictated by promo/release schedule, and the difference between having something to promote or being available in March/April vs July is pretty huge. You can usually assume if someone has a WonderCon exclusive, they’ll be bringing SOMETHING to SDCC – but it’s not a good indicator of what, and obviously, lots of companies (even ones who attend WonderCon!) bring exclusives to SDCC that don’t to WonderCon. TL;DR basically no.