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Under the Tents: Martin Hsu, Munky King, Gabriel Hardman, MiniWoks, Ian Nichols

This week there has been more Comic-Con news than you can shake a stick at (but please don’t… it’s dangerous), but the news isn’t stopping so neither are we. So, put down the exhibitor map and pick up this fresh new edition of Under the Tents. We’ve got Princess Deadpool prints, MiniWoks, Ghostbears and so much more.

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

  • Artist Martin Hsu as a pretty great convention set up, you’ll be able to check it out in person in July at Comic -Con.

  • Jessica Chrysler’s Princess Deadpool is ready for his debutante  ball…err… I mean, SDCC. Prints plus the original artwork will be available at Chrysler’s Artist Alley table, CC-12.

  • Nerdvania is hosting an offsite again this year, and partnering with Pop!s For Patients. Every Pop! donation will earn you an entry into their raffle for a 24k gold Batman Pop! and other prizes.

  • Chris Sonnenburg, Executive Producer of Tangled:The Series, broke the bad news to fans on Twitter: there will be no presence for Tangled this year at SDCC.

  • If anyone was worried that due to the WB/DC booth merger comic creators would not be having any signings…stop worrying. Green Lantern: Earth One creator Gabriel Hardman announced that he’ll be signing there. And where there is one….there will be more!

  • Joshua Grossberg is not playing around with his planned free MiniWok toy drops during SDCC. These Endorians are taking the long way to San Diego, but having fun along the way. Follow Joshua to find out where these MiniWoks will show up next and how to snag them at Comic-Con.
  • Tick artist Ian Nichols will be offering free quick sketches with purchase from the New England Comics booth. In addition, you can contact him to get on his commission list.

  • If you saw Terry Moore’s Art Nouveau Strangers in Paradise Katchoo, you probably wondered where Francine is. Wonder no more, here are both sketches, which will be available at San Diego Comic-Con. They would make a great pair of colored prints too, don’t you think? (Hint, hint, Terry!)

  • No pesky commission list for Broadsword’s Jim Balent. Stop by the booth for a nice chat and he’ll draw you up something pretty while you’re at it. Sounds like a good deal.

  • Don’t forget to check out our constantly morphing List of Open Artist Commissions. If you want art, it’s the place to find it. If you make art, let us know and we’ll add you to it.

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

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