Under the Tents: Brooklyn Nine Nine, Marvel Cosplay, Super7, Cryptozoic, Daniel Danger, The Beast is Back, Ninjabot, Fish Tacos

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We are under two weeks to San Diego Comic-Con, and there’s news pretty much everywhere you look. In today’s (morning) edition of Under the Tents, we have updates on a Brooklyn Nine Nine cast member in attendance, news about how to show off your awesome Marvel cosplay (and maybe win some prizes), new items from Cryptozoic, Daniel Danger, The Beast Is Back, and way more. Plus, fish tacos (yes, this counts as very important news)!

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

  • While the Brooklyn Nine Nine (NINE NINE!) panel announcement may not have indicated which cast members will be in attendance, here’s one you can add to the list: Melissa Fumero, who confirmed on Twitter she’ll be at the big event.

  • Artist Cody Vrosh showed off some new matted original pieces he’s bringing to San Diego Comic-Con. You can catch them – and him – at Small Press M-08.

  • Artist Ben Seto has been hard at work on some new covers for the original five issues of Usagi Jane and The Skullbunnies. You can grab them at Comic-Con, at Artists Alley CC-02.
  • Mark Dos Santos is bringing a limited edition of 50 prints of his “King Ghidorah” print to San Diego Comic-Con, which you can snag at Artists Alley GG-05.
  • Better start preparing your wallets now. Daniel Danger & Tiny Media Empire is bringing an original 24″x36″ 13-color screenprint to debut at the convention. This will be Danger’s first time exhibiting at the convention, but hopefully not his last.

  • Cryptozoic Entertainment will be debuting a new Harley Quinn Puddin’ Pop Statue at SDCC, followed by a full retail release after the convention. The 6.25″ statue (10″ if you include the lollipop) will be available at Cryptozoic Booth #115 for $75.

  • IT’S A MERMAID PUG! And some other Meraculous Mernimals, from Blind Squared. The new collection will be debuting at SDCC and online on July 18. Pick them up at E-05.
  • Calling all Marvel Cosplayers: Marvel has a few events at their booth you’re not going to want to miss. On Thursday, July 19 at 1PM, stop by for the Becoming Cosplay Photo Op, where all Marvel costumers are welcome to step onto the Marvel stage for a cool photo op. Then, on Saturday, July 21 at 5:30PM, there’s a second opportunity — only this time it’s all about the competition. You might even win some cool prizes, but make sure you’re there by 5:15PM. Finally, on Sunday, July 22 at 10:45AM, it’s the kids’ turn, with the Becoming Kids Costume Event. You can find more information on Marvel’s site.

  • If you couldn’t get on Arnel Baluyot (aka The Ninjabot)’s commission list – there’s good news ahead! Although he’s fully booked for San Diego Comic-Con 2018, he will open commissions post-SDCC at a discounted price. All the details for how to get on his list can be found below.

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