The clock is ticking, and WonderCon will be here before you know it. Already we’ve got some big panel news (Legion! Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!), but we’ve got even more today. We’ve also got updates on lots of commissions for those wanting original art, as well as hints of a panel for The Tick, and more.
Here’s a look at the news you might have missed:
- Are you ready for the Princess of Power, WonderCon? Well, you better be, because she’s coming your way on Saturday, March 30. DreamWorks Animation Television is bringing She-Ra and the Princesses of Power for a panel in the Arena from 10AM-11AM, with executive producer Noelle Stevenson, as well as voice talent Aimee Carrero, AJ Michalka, Karen Fukuhara, Marcus Scribner, and Lauren Ash. You’ll also get some sneak peaks at season two.
- Eisner nominated artist Sara Richard is currently taking commissions for WonderCon pick-up, and spots are limited. Interested? Better grab your spot now.
Hey guys! I'm taking a commission list for PICK UP ONLY (no mail outs at this time, sorry) at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle and WonderCon in Anaheim! Please message me here or through my site here: https://t.co/jPyRC6IREd
And I'll send you a price list! Spots are limited! pic.twitter.com/gZNOQqmRpc
— 🍂Lady Sara Richard 🍂 (@SaraRichard) March 4, 2019
- Artist Eli Benik also opened his WonderCon commissions list. Whether you want original characters, pets, or more — he can have it ready for you to pick-up at Artist Alley D-63.
#Wondercon commissions are available for preorder! ❤️ Pinups, NSFW, OC's, DND characters, etc all welcome! These commissions are for pickup ONLY at Wondercon table D63. Email email@example.com to preorder! ✨ #criticalrole #criticalroleart #criticalrolefanart pic.twitter.com/IX6EYTb2Bv
— Eli Benik 🏳️⚧️ Wondercon E39 (@mcbenik) February 28, 2019
- There’s even more commissions announcements where those came from, though. Artist Elizabeth Daughtery also opened her pre-convention list, and you can find more information on Instagram.
- Should we just call this the commissions edition of WonderPost? We announced back in January that artist Scott Blair’s pre-convention list was open, but he also recently shared some more information about his pricing.
Yep! I'm doing full color 9×12 or sketch covers for 200
— Scott Blair Art (@scottblairart) February 25, 2019
- Can you guess what this next news segment is about? If you guessed commissions, you guessed correctly! Comic book artist Aaron Lopresti still has a few commission spots open for WonderCon, so let him know now if you’d like to get on his list.
I have a couple of spots still open for pre-show color commissions at both ECCC and WonderCon. email me if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/P7Im47qQ0o
— aaronlopresti (@aaronlopresti) February 26, 2019
- Look, we have other news, we swear! Artist Jenny Park showed off her truly adorable Critical Role print she’s bringing to several conventions, including WonderCon.
- SPOON! Odds are VERY high that Amazon Prime’s The Tick will be heading to WonderCon this year, as it’s featured on this year’s badge design. Need more proof? One of the series’ actors, Griffin Newman, also hinted at it on Twitter. We don’t need a magnifying glass to see these clues.
- Actress and singer Gigi Edgley is heading to WonderCon this year, where she’ll be appearing at the Women of Sci-Fi panel for Geekfest Film Festival, which will also feature Michele Specht, Jackie Dallas, and Taryn O’Neil. You can also catch Edgley at the Geekfest Booth #1608 on Saturday from 11AM-12PM and 5:15PM-7PM; Jackie Dallas on Saturday from 2:30PM-3:45PM; and Michelle Specht on Saturday from 2:30PM-3:45PM.
See you at @WonderCon! I'll be at Booth 1608 @Kipsworldart and at the Women of Sci-Fi panel for Geekfest Film Festival! Big Love! @GeekFilmFests @MicheleSpecht @JaxDallas @farscapefriday @farscapenow @watchfarscape @farscape_one @CreatureShopTV @hensoncompany @TrekContinues pic.twitter.com/NzucAl6ThF
— Gigi Edgley (@GigiEdgley) February 27, 2019
- Unfortunately, comic artist and writer Lee Weeks pulled out of WonderCon this year. We’re wishing him a speedy recovery.
With deep regret, I must cancel my @WonderCon appearance. I'd so looked forward to the con, but a recent health issue is temporarily restricting my travel. Sincere apologies to any who were coming to meet up. I'm sure it’ll to be a fantastic show.
— Lee Weeks (@Inkdropinc) February 26, 2019
- Calling all Browncoats: If you couldn’t get your hands on the California Browncoats’ sold out “Bury My Heart at Serenity Valley” challenge coin at Comic-Con last year, they’ll have some more at WonderCon.
Remember our sold out "Bury My Heart At Serenity Valley" challenge coin from #sdcc2018, designed by @ZacPensol? We now have an enamel pin with a similar design! You can get them from our booth at #wondercon this year! pic.twitter.com/wZy1OGvUl4
— California Browncoats – WonderCon Booth 889 (@CABrowncoats) February 25, 2019