The long holiday weekend caught us napping, but we never really sleep. We may have fallen a little behind, but it doesn’t take us long to catch up. There’s always plenty of news, so we present to you more of what you can find this year at SDCC.
Here’s a look at what you might have missed:
- Lesbian writer and activist P. Kristen Enos informed us via Twitter that she expects to moderate the “LGBTQ Geek Year in Review” panel for the fourth year in a row.
San Diego Comic-Con: For the 4th yr in a row, I'll be moderating the "LGBTQ Geek Year In Review Panel"! More to come!
— P. Kristen Enos (@PKristenEnos) May 26, 2017
- Speaking of the “LGBTQ Geek Year in Review,” screenwriter Chelsea Steiner tweeted that she expects to be on that panel as well.
— Chelsea Steiner (@ChelseaProcrast) May 31, 2017
- Stanley “Artgerm” Lau drew inspiration from the Wonder Woman mania sweeping the world right now to bring us “Wonder Woman Descend.” We’ll see if he brings it to SDCC with him.
— Stanley Artgerm™ Lau (@Artgerm) May 30, 2017
- From one DC super heroine to another. Icon Heroes released some teaser images for their new Supergirl action figure. They didn’t release much else, except that the full reveal will come at SDCC 2017. Look for them, and the Girl of Steel, at Booth #3345.
- Artist Mark Alvarado is excitedly counting the days to SDCC 2017 like the rest of us. Unlike the rest of us, he also tweeted his variant cover for Surrounded by Death, which he’ll have available at SDCC 2017.
Countdown to #SDCC!
— Mark Alvarado (@FineHijinx) May 29, 2017
- Photoshop Imagineer Daniel Presedo is already making plans for “THE Photoshop Panel” at SDCC this year. We’ll have to see who he’s able to bring to the table.
- Who says girls don’t play D & D? The Venture Maidens Dungeons and Dragons podcast tweeted that they will be at SDCC this year. Will they see you there? Grab your 20-sided die and go find them.
— Venture Maidens (@venturemaidens) May 30, 2017
- Jon Schnepp, who gave us “The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?”, is crowd-funding another project, Isolated Mutations of the Assembly Line Baby. This decades-long project is nearing fruition, but he’s turning to us to get the funding necessary to make it happen. What’s in it for us? For a donation of $40 or more, we get the signed “early bird” soft-cover edition. This edition will have an SDCC-only cover design and will be available at Jon’s booth at SDCC, or he will ship it to you at the end of July.
- Just in case you forgot, the ladies at Kymera Press are releasing new issues of Pet Noir at SDCC 2017.
— Kymera Press (@KymeraPress) May 30, 2017
- Thundercats, Ho! Artist Rhiannon Owens shared her latest Thundercats piece on Instagram, and we can’t wait to see it in person at SDCC 2017.
- If you live long enough, crochet comes into style. TurtleBunny Creations shared an image of her Maz Kanata SDCC design upgrade.
- If Maz Kanata isn’t your thing, TurtleBunny Creations also tweeted an image of her latest Doctor Strange piece. Find them, and her, at Table #N13.
— TurtleBunny Creations by Chrissy Callahan (@TB_Creations) May 31, 2017
- Andrew Griffith (the artist, not the guy from Mayberry) has commissions open but won’t have a table for SDCC 2017.
— Andrew Lee Griffith (@glovestudios) May 30, 2017
- Paranormal writer Lish McBride tweeted that she will be at SDCC this year. Keep an eye out for her panel and signing info.
I will be at #SDCC2017! Panel and signing details will be announced later, but if you plan on going, I'd love to see you!
— Lish McBride (@LishMcBride) May 30, 2017
- Jason Bischoff, Director of Global Consumer Products for Power Rangers & Saban Brands, promises to blow our minds with the Power Rangers stuff he’s bringing to SDCC this year. Sounds like Bandai has something awesome on the way.
- If you miss Avatar (not the James Cameron one), the annual Avatar Legacy Fan Panel is back, and a great way to celebrate Avatar and The Legend of Korra.
— Avatar_Mom (@gaangster) May 31, 2017