Under the Tents: Mezco, Otis Frampton, Ghostbusters, SherlockeDCC, Drawn & Quarterly,

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What’s that? Another Under the Tents? Yes, indeed it is! The frequency of these posts means one thing, we are two months away from San Diego Comic-Con! In this edition of UTT, we cover a few exclusives, Georgia Dunn, “Team Stevie”, Otis Frampton, and Ghostbusters.

Here’s a look at what you might have missed:

  • Mark Nagata creates custom toys and vinyls and will have some of his creations at SDCC. His work will be a part of the Dragon Boy SDCC 2016 Artist Series that will be found at Booth #4530, run by Martin Hsu. Hsu recently posted a photo of Mark’s work on Instagram that you can find at his booth.

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  • In more news related to Hsu, he will also have copies of his Dragon Boy Tales book, which is a limited edition with only 200 copies. Can’t get enough Dragon Boy? You’re in luck as Hsu will have SDCC exclusive Dragon Boy resin figures and custom series figures at his booth as well! All of this information was announced on his Facebook event page.

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  • Cartoonist Georgia Dunn is making the leap from fan to exhibitor as she will be at SDCC to represent her work. Georgia recently tweeted out the news so make sure to wish her best of luck.

  • While we’ve been showing off several sneak peeks of Patrick Ballesteros’ popular 25 Cent Wonders pieces, which feature your favorite pop culture icons kidified, we’ve got our first look at a completed piece: Captain America: Civil War Team Captain America, which was revealed on Twitter. Watch out Team Stark! Visit Ballesteros quickly before our editor Kerry gets her hands on all the prints.

  • Writer Peter Clines recently tweeted out that he will be attending SDCC and will most likely be at the Crown Publishing booth.

  • Want your art featured at a booth at SDCC? Well, here is your chance. The Humanoids Blog is running a Moebius inspired contest with the winner receiving a Moebius art book not typically found in the U.S. According to their contest page, they will also be selecting several submissions to display in a gallery at their Humanoids booth at SDCC. Contest ends May 30, so don’t delay.
  • The Baker Street Babes are looking for a few good detectives. Well actually, volunteers to be exact. They are in need of a few helping hands for their SherlockeDCC event during SDCC according to their recent tweet. For more information on the event itself, head over to our SDCC events page.

  • Publisher Drawn & Quarterly announced via their website that they will be attending SDCC along side several of the SDCC special guests. The announcement gives little information besides to expect details about signings, panels, and debut titles in the future!
  • USA Today and New York Times best selling author Marissa Meyer has SDCC on her list of tour dates on her site. Meyer’s current work includes the current The Lunar Chronicles book series.

  • Creator of the Oddly Normal series at Image Comics, Otis Frampton, tweeted out some info fans should be excited for. He will be at SDCC and won’t be coming empty handed as he is currently working on a new print to bring with him.

  • Munky King Toys posted a photo on his Instagram account teasing something for SDCC. The photo uses the hashtag #vinyltoys so we can’t at least have a sense of what it is they are working on bringing to SDCC!

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  • Excited for the upcoming Ghostbusters film? Artist pattymcpancakes on Instagram released a teaser photo of her upcoming Ghostbusters print for SDCC. You can find pattymcpancakes along her with art at table BB-11 at SDCC this July.

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  • Mezco Toyz teased via Twitter their upcoming summer exclusives for San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con, and some are easy to guess – like Captain America or a variant Harley Quinn Mez-Itz – but what are your guesses for the rest?

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