Under the Tents: Wynonna Earp, California Browncoats, Felicia Day, San Diego Star Wars Society

In Exclusives, Features, General News, Panel & Autograph News by Andy WagnerLeave a Comment

With a mere 36 days until SDCC 2017, The SDCC Unofficial Blog is pleased to present a double-shot of UTT today. We couldn’t contain all the yummy SDCC news in one post, so you will be treated with two editions of Under the Tents today. Let’s jump right into the first of our “Twofer Tuesday” posts.

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

  • Do you believe that Wash lives? When you drive, are you a leaf on the wind? If so, the California Browncoats need your help. They’re looking for volunteers for SDCC 2017 to help them set up/tear down, sell merch, solicit donations, run charity drawings, and maybe manage a line or two if a celebrity signer shows up at Booth #A-07/A-08. They’re only asking for a one-hour commitment, and for that, you’ll get discounts on whatever merch they have at the booth. If you’d like to volunteer, fill out their form here. They can’t provide you with an SDCC badge, though, so you’ll need to have one of those if you’re interested. If you’re joining their crew, make sure you fill out your form by 6PM PT July 12.

  • There has been an awakening. Have you felt it? The San Diego Star Wars Society certainly has. For the 16th year in a row, the Lucasfilm-approved charitable organization will have their Star Wars fan table set up at SDCC this year.

  • Toy designer Dollar Slice Bootleg gave a first look at at a Junkie The Krusty Clown SDCC exclusive which will be available through DKE.

  • Spam and ramen seem like an unlikely combination. Even Monty Python’s Flying Circus might balk a little at the thought. But artist Nan Hockin will be offering both as enamel pins when she comes to SDCC this year.
  • Neacol and Stanley Miller, the artists behind Bling Squared Cute Glass, showed off some more of their glass work they’re bringing with them to SDCC. First is a MEGA Dragon Stacker followed by some Chibi Unicorns.

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