Comic-Con news stops for no man (or woman, or wookie). We’ve already got more news for you on several artists and some previews of their work, a Scott Pilgrim bag making its debut at SDCC, information about BioWare’s appearance at the convention, news on what you might be seeing from NECA, information on how to become a part of the BBC America’s booth display, and much more.
Here’s the stuff you might have missed for today:
- Last year, Blizzard Entertainment, maker of such awesome games as Diablo III, World of Warcraft and StarCraft II, brought some pretty sweet exclusives to Comic-Con last year. Safe to say, there was a constant swarm surrounding its booth all weekend. Well, fans of the popular video game company will be happy to hear Blizzard will once again return to Comic-Con, according to an announcement on the Heroes of the Storm website:
Blizzard is proud to announce that we’ll be returning to this year’s San Diego Comic Con, bringing with us never-before-seen treasures and show exclusives from our Licensing Team! Keep an eye out for schedule details and exciting product reveals (coming soon).
- Artist Otis Frampton tweeted he was denied an Artist Alley booth at SDCC. Luckily he will be there anyway at a table with fellow Artist/Writer Josh Howard.
Aw, crud. Looks like I was denied an Artist Alley table at SDCC. Good thing I already have space in a booth. Thanks, @joshuahoward!
— Otis Frampton (@otisframpton) June 3, 2014
- Scott Pilgrim fans will be able to find this official Ramona Flowers bag at San Diego Comic-Con, where it will make its debut. Oni Press made this announcement on Twitter, and even shared a photo of the bag.
- And along those lines, Oni Press will also be premiering this Letter 44 mission patch at SDCC, which writer Charles Soule announced would be available at the publisher’s booth.
Check out this LETTER 44 mission patch we’ll be premiering at SDCC! Should pair nicely with the trade of V1! pic.twitter.com/0OvuF5iqUV
— Oni Press (@OniPress) May 30, 2014
- Superbook, a bible-based children’s website, revealed on Facebook the packaging for one of their upcoming DVD releases — Revelation: The Final Battle. San Diego Comic-Con attendees will be getting exclusive packaging for the DVD.
- Marvel colorist and the creator of Ultraduck, Edgar Delgado, announced via Twitter that he’ll be at booth #CC-21 during Comic-Con.
Take a note guys and gals, my #SDCC table number is CC-21! See you in 2 months!
— Edgar Delgado (@delgaduck) May 30, 2014
- Attendees will also be able to find Lea Hernandez, a comic creator for DC, IDW, and more, at Artist’s Alley table AA-19, according to an announcement she made via Twitter.
Got my #SDCC Artist's Alley table assignment: AA-19, which is near the back of the hall. Plan now to see me!
— Lea H. Seidman (@PenPencilPixel) May 30, 2014
- Illustrator Marcelo Matere announced on Twitter that he will also be in Artists’ Alley, at table AA-03.
Here we go! My SDCC Artist Alley table is AA-03 😉
— Marcelo Matere (@marcelomatere) May 30, 2014
- Adobe Photoshop Imagineer Daniel Presado posted on Instagram that he will be giving away t-shirts, which he designed personally, at the Adobe booth.
- BioWare announced on its website that fans will be able to find them at San Diego Comic-Con, as well as several other conventions, for “panels, activities, and the return of the Dragon Egg Hunt”. The gaming company’s newest offering, Dragon Age Inquisition, will likely be showcased, but we’ll let everyone know once we have more information.
- Eisner-award winning author Paul Tobin announced on Twitter that he will be doing a signing at San Diego Comic-Con for his latest book, I Was The Cat.
— Paul Tobin (@PaulTobin) May 30, 2014
- NECA may have revealed its last Comic-Con exclusive, but that doesn’t mean that’s all that attendees have to look forward to. The toy company told a fan on Twitter that attendees will be shown the Queen from Alien Vs. Predator at the convention.
@CarnalCraving thanks. Yes Queen will be shown at sdcc. No plans for MUTO right now
— NECA (@NECA_TOYS) May 31, 2014
- Artist Patrick Ballesteros has revealed a sneak peak via instagram of an upcoming piece of art meant for San Diego Comic-Con.
- Just like last year, the BBC America booth will once again have a giant video wall displaying Doctor Who fan art and fan videos. The official Doctor Who tumblr is asking fans to submit their art and videos to the network, and if selected, will be displayed during SDCC.
- San Diego designer Paul Kaiju will be hosting his 2014 SDCC event at the Gunnzo store in San Diego on Friday, July 25, according to a post on Instagram:
- Star Trek fans – stars John Savage-Gary Lockwood and Blanca Blanco of the independent production Star Trek Equinox will be appearing July 24-26 at Comic-Con. Autographs, photo ops and exclusive merchandise are on sale now via GoFundme.
- Artist Juan Muniz posted a sneak peek on Instagram of some of the new bunny character postcards and wall-graphic stickers that he’s working on for SDCC.
- Australian fans can enter to win a trip to Comic-Con courtesy of Defiance on Syfy Australia. Fans can enter daily (beginning June 8) by taking a quiz on the Syfy Australia Facebook page and earn bonus entries by watching for the bonus codewords the network will share during new episodes of Defiance. This contest is open to Australian residents only.
— SYFY AUSTRALIA (@syfyAU) June 1, 2014
- Lucy Knisley’s new book An Age of License, described as “an Eat, Pray, Love for the alternative comics fan,” will debut at SDCC. Fantagraphics released the final cover art on Twitter:
— Fantagraphics Books (@fantagraphics) May 27, 2014
- Amy Mebberson tweeted a photo of her new SDCC table banner that she will be sharing with fellow Disney artist James Silvani. You’ll be able to find them at booth F07.
— Amy Mebberson 🇦🇺🇺🇸🍺 (@amymebberson) June 2, 2014