San Diego Comic-Con is officially next month, which means we’ve got tons of San Diego Comic-Con news coming at you, including news of a Legion M offsite (that you can help with), a “Bird Box” exclusive that you weren’t expecting, awesome fashion, and more.
Here’s a look at the news you might have missed:
- It’s still all about panels, panels, and more panels right now. The Avengers Initiative are once again bringing back their Causeplay – a Fandom with Purpose panel, to the convention. Members of Avengers Initiative – West Coast Avengers and pediatric organizations like Lac+Usc Dept of Peds – Kidz HF along with Magic Wheelchair will discuss how cosplayers and prop builders serve their communities through their love of pop-culture. Hear about their experiences, learn how to join organized groups, learn about some of the organizations that receive help and find out how to get involved in service efforts. You can find more information on their Facebook page.
- Voice actress Mela Lee is also heading to the con, where she’ll have panels and signings — though details are TBA for now.
- Online hangout and gaming spot Gaia Online revealed that they’ll also have a panel at the convention, though details are sparse.
We have a panel at SDCC; details tbd ???
— Gaia Online (@gaiaonline) May 30, 2019
- Comic Blitz co-founder Jordan Plosky is busy planning a panel about Innovation in Comics.
@PanelSyndicate Hey! Will any of you be at SDCC? we are approved for a panel on Innovation In Comics. Want to send a representative for the panel? Would love to have you! Thanks!
— Jordan Plosky – Zoop (@jordanplosky) May 30, 2019
- Legion M will be hosting another offsite in 2019, though we don’t know much. They’re currently looking for volunteers to help run the event.
Hey, Legion! SDCC is fast approaching and we wanted to get an idea of who will be in attendance, whether to help or not. Fill out the form below and let us know! https://t.co/6HXD9g5YNG
— LegionM (@LegionMOfficial) June 1, 2019
- Sons of Chaos creator Chris Jaymes will be heading to the IDW booth during San Diego Comic-Con, so look for him there.
- “Bird Box” takes on a whole new meaning with this 52Toys BeastBox exclusive. The “SonicRipple” exclusive will only be available at a select few conventions this year, including San Diego Comic-Con.
- Artist Aggie Cheung, better known as “The Little Red House”, is heading to San Diego Comic-Con alongside Le Petit Elefant. They’ll have stationary, cards, artwork, and more — and are busy prepping.
- Elhoffer Design — who creates amazing geek-inspired apparel — is not only heading back to SDCC (yay!), but she’ll also have brand new convention tote bags (YAY!) at her booth. We can’t wait to see this year’s fashion designs.
Bring a small business means dropping $1,500 on new convention tote bags. But they’ll look so good on the arms of convention attendees walking around SDCC… 😱😰😂 pic.twitter.com/vpFvsOF2o6
— Elhoffer Design (@elhofferdesign) May 30, 2019
- BeKyoot always bring adorable t-shirts and plush to San Diego Comic-Con, and it looks like this year is going to be no exception.
Just got a new t-shirt design in that's going to SDCC. :DDDDDD EEEEEEeeeee!! It looks so gooooooooodi'msoexciteddddd pic.twitter.com/IvgVs1MUSE
— BeKyoot (@bekyoot) May 30, 2019
- CFX Masks will be also be exhibiting at the convention, so be sure to check them out.
- Hazy Dell Press will also be exhibiting, and they’ll have a sneak peek of an upcoming children’s chapter book at their booth. You’ll also be able to pre-order onsite or take home signed copies of their monster-themed children’s books.
- Mitch Hyman, creator and writer of Bubba the Redneck Werewolf, will also be attending the convention.
- Spencer Hill Press will also be heading to the show floor.
- For those hoping to see the new DC Universe animated series Harley Quinn at San Diego Comic-Con — we don’t think you have much to worry about. And neither does series executive producer Justin Halpern.
We’ve been working on this show for over two years and we are incredibly excited to finally release it in a few months. It’s very fucked up and crazy and bloody and we hope very funny! pic.twitter.com/qDlJ6Ao9xh
— Justin Halpern (@justin_halpern) May 28, 2019
I am hoping so!
— Justin Halpern (@justin_halpern) May 29, 2019