WonderPost: Brett Dalton, Shawna Benson, Comics Arts Conference, Nutmeg, Supergirl Art

It’s less than six weeks before WonderCon 2016 kicks off, and news is starting to pick up. If you haven’t already scored parking to the convention, you can do so now to cross something off your to-do list. You can also look forward to seeing Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Brett Dalton at the convention, as well as The 100‘s writer Shawna Benson – and we look at what their individual appearances might mean for their respective series appearances as well. Plus, there’s news of several art prints for Adventure Time, Supergirl, Steven Universe, Sailor Moon, and much more.

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

  • Cartoonist Terry Moore revealed on Twitter that he’ll be heading to both San Diego Comic-Con 2016 and WonderCon.

  • Every year, Comic-Con International partners with the Comics Arts Conference to bring a slate of educational panels to their conventions. CCI announced this year’s CAC, which includes highlights like “Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology in Marvel’s Civil War and Beyond”, “Comics and Gender”, and more. Find the full schedule on CCI’s website.

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  • Actor Brett Dalton, who plays Grant Ward on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., announced on Twitter that he’ll be at WonderCon this year. So what does that mean? While it’s entirely possible that ABC is bringing Agents to WonderCon this year – they’ve brought series like Once Upon a Time in the past, and the move to LA could also mean an increase in the number of TV series we see at the convention – it could just as easily mean that Dalton is flying solo. He lists all three dates for WonderCon, which implies he might be there by himself signing autographs and doing other appearances, but stay tuned.



  • Shawna Benson, a writer for The 100, revealed that she’ll be on a fandom panel for WonderCon, although no further details about the panel were given. With at least one The 100 writer in attendance, could we be seeing a panel for The 100? The cast has appeared before (in 2014), but with only a handful of episodes set to air following WonderCon, Warner Bros. may decide to use the time to promote something else instead. Also: Watch The 100. You’re missing out.

  • Disney Interactive Visual Development artist Gabby Zapata and designer Jaime Ugarte have your Sailormoon fix at WonderCon this year, with a very cute button set (as well as other button sets).

  • The fun will never end, it’s Adventure Time – at least in these cool pieces from Gwyn Conaway. You can snag one for yourself at Artist Alley Booth C-20.

  • YouTube series Super Geeked Up is headed to WonderCon with what sounds like a panel. You can find more information on their Facebook page.


  • Rick Remender, the creator of Tokyo Ghost, revealed that an exclusive hardcover version of Vol 1 of Tokyo Ghost “should be ready by WonderCon”.


  • Attendees can stop by the Collector’s Shangri-La Booth #505 during WonderCon to score exclusive signed limited edition prints by Dan Piraro and Alex Gross, or for in-person autograph signings with Olivia de Berardinis, Gris Grimley, Miss Mindy, Adventure Time’s Martin Olson, Pig Goat Banana Cricket’s Johnny Ryan, and more. See their Facebook event page for more information.

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