WonderPost: Ninjabot, Justin Harder, Power Rangers, Flat Bonnie, Irene Flores

It’s less than two weeks until WonderCon Anaheim 2018, which means that it’s time to get serious about making your list of which booths you’re going to stop by. We’ve got lots of great options in today’s WonderPost, including some of our favorites like Irene Flores, Ann Shen, Justin Harder, and Ninjabot.

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

  • Irene Flores has long been one of our favorite stops at WonderCon, and she should be one of yours as well. I mean, just look at this gorgeous Okoye print she’ll have at Artist Alley B-4. We’re in love.

  • Claus Studios, aka Justin Harder, showed off a giclee print of Black Panther he’ll have at WonderCon Anaheim, so swing by D-13 to pick one up.
  • Independent artist and illustrator Tobias Gebhardt revealed a Hulk prismacolor sketch he’ll have at WonderCon Booth #D-11.
  • Steve Cardenas, also known as Rocky from the Power Rangers series, will be signing autographs at BOOM! Studios Booth #1301 on Friday, March 23 from 12PM-6PM.
  • It’s just not a convention without some crocheted creatures, and Heartfelt and Craft is here to deliver. Head to Artist Alley D-57 to score this crocheted octopus and other creations.
  • Let’s get down to business, to defeat the Huns. Jeff Pina showed off a Mulan piece he will have available at Small Press SP-119.
  • Disney sketch artist Lilli Goldschmidt revealed that she will have some “wicked friends” with her at WonderCon, including this Harley Quinn piece, available as stickers at Artist Alley E-38.
  • Everyone’s favorite Flat Bonnie returns to WonderCon with Dobichan, in a brand new colorway just for WonderCon Anaheim 2018. Head to Booth #2130 to claim yours.
  • Make Tongues Out Tuesday a daily thing with this adorable painting from Paola Olivares. While you’ll have to head to Artist Alley B-36 to see the full piece, she did offer a sneak peek via Instagram.
  • Artist Alexander Neish showed off a new work – The Walk of Hope – that he’ll have in Small Press SP-39.
  • Artist Val Hochberg gave a glimpse of some new originals she’s been making for WonderCon.

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

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