Yesterday was an insane day for San Diego Comic-Con news, but we’re not done yet. We’ve got news on a Doctor Who VR game, some LEGO sets you can scope first at the con, new artwork from several artists, and more.
Here’s a look at the news you might have missed:
- Make sure you stop by the BBC Booth #4129 next month, to be treated to a new Doctor Who VR Game Demo, created by Playstack and Developer Maze Theory. The new VR game, Doctor Who – The Edge of Time – will launch on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Vive Cosmos in September, but you’ll get to play it first at the con.
- Artist Sam Grinberg, at D-05, will be offering SDCC exclusive Garbage Cat Shirts and Garbage Cat Massive Shiny Stickers at the con. Meow!
- Comic Artist Sean Forney shared some of his original drawing he will have available at SDCC Artists’ Alley BB-5
- PopCultPlushies revealed a creepy cute Pennywise drop they will be bringing to San Diego Comic-Con. Follow them on Twitter for your chance to find him and other creations — just maybe don’t follow any red balloons.
- Makers of ZBrush, Pixologic invite you to check them out at Comic-Con booth #5120 next to Artists’ Alley. You will have an opportunity to check out their 3D software, watch artist demonstrations, and win prizes.
- Trends International tweeted two exclusive Star Wars posters they will have available at Comic-Con booth #2913-D. These include a Battle for Hoth poster by Brandon Yarwood and Rebel poster by Russell Walks. Additionally, they’ll be selling a SDCC exclusive journal, as well as their 2020 Star Wars calendar.
- You can check out LEGO’s upcoming Overwatch sets at San Diego Comic-Con, at the Blizzard booth. They’ll have both a set for Junkertown and Wrecking Ball. The sets will be 380 pieces and $49.99 and 227 pieces and $19.99 respectively.
- Author Daniel A. Humm will bringing 100 signed copies of his book The Rites of Zane to Comic-Con. He will be handing them out as well as dropping them. If you are interested in a “sci-fi adventure in the afterlife,” then be on the look out.
- Want to get your hands on this print from Camilla d’Errico? You can order it now on her shop, or wait for San Diego Comic-Con 2019.
- Patrick Ballesteros has posted another reason to go check out his booth in Artists’ Alley DD-08 (as if you needed another reason!). This adorable Optimus Prime magnet will be availableat his booth.
- Jin Yung Kim is back with another Twitter post of another adorable robot piece. It can be found at Artists’ Alley CC-08.
- Actor Todd Stashwick let slip that he’s heading to San Diego Comic-Con – though it’s unclear yet what he’s there to promote. We’ll find out soon enough!