Under the Tents: Symbiote Studios, Dead Zebra, On the Mic, Art Knight Studios

The San Diego Comic-Con news train keeps rolling right along. This past week saw panel approvals go out from CCI, so if you submitted a panel idea for SDCC 2018, you should have received an answer. We also have some new stuff from Symbiote Studios, Dead Zebra, and much more.

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

  • Prolific creator Susan Lee was excited to announce via Twitter that her Women on the Dark Side panel was approved for SDCC 2018. Stay tuned for more details on date, time, and location.


  • Tristan, one of the artists behind the duo at Art Knight Studios, was also excited to let the Twitterverse know he will be paneling at SDCC this year. Look for him at the Drawing Inspiration panel in Room 29AB on Thursday, July 19 from 3:00PM-4:00PM PT.


  • While it’s highly unlikely for us to see The X-Files bring anything to SDCC this year, X-Files News will be holding a panel at SDCC. Stay tuned to our Panel Post for panel name, date, time, and location.

  • The Beat‘sĀ Heidi MacDonald got some really good news when she discovered all SDCC panels she submitted to Comic-Con International were approved.

  • Dr. Zhivago Global will once again be paneling at SDCC this year. Stay tuned for specifics where you can find her panel.


  • Hero Within’s Tony Kim will have a panel at SDCC this year. Stay tuned for more details.

  • Squid Kids Ink is tossing around some ideas for what to make for SDCC 2018 and posted this one to their Instagram page. Would you pay $20 for it? Go to their Instagram post and let them know.


  • Artist Jin Yung Kim posted his latest EVA project, which he plans to make into stickers for SDCC 2018, to Instagram.


  • Give me a break! But please don’t break me off a piece of Dead Zebra’s Kill Kats. Dead Zebra is releasing a new Matcha Snake Venom variant of their popular Kill Kats vinyl collectibles this summer and are bringing only 50 pieces of this 250-piece release to SDCC. Make it to Booth #1335 fast if you want to grab one of these.
  • If you’re looking for the best, most exhilarating game of rock-paper-scissors at SDCC, we highly recommend visiting Symbiote Studios at Booth #5636 early and often. They’re even changing things up this year and offering a pin as one of their awesome prizes. Stay tuned for the reveal of the front view.

  • The folks behind the comic anthology Where We Live announced via Twitter that they are still trying to put together a signing at SDCC. We’ll keep watching for more info.

  • Tim Drake from the On the Mic podcast announced via Twitter that he and partner Austin Grant will be broadcasting from SDCC for their fourth year in a row. Look for their live panel on Thursday, July 19 at 4:00PM PT at Neil Morgan Auditorium.


  • Author and George R.R. Martin superfan Tara Lynne was excited to announce via Twitter that her A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones fan panel was approved, and she’ll have some new guests this year.


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

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