Under the Tents: Mouse Guard, LEGO, Scott Pilgrim, QMx, EW, Vikings, Kevin Wada

We are just six short (or long!) days away from San Diego Comic-Con 2019, and we’ve got a HUGE edition of Under the Tents for you this morning, featuring updates on David Petersen and Mouse Guard, a life-size LEGO Sith Trooper, a cool Scott Pilgrim set, an exclusive dog figure which helps raise money for charity, and more.

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

  • Mouse Guard creator David Petersen returns to San Diego Comic-Con this year, at Booth #4901 and GG-09, where he’ll have “lots of stuff”, new t-shirts (which you can see below), hardcover books, his The Swords & Strongholds Board Game, enamel pins, limited edition prints, Mondo posters, original artwork, bookplates, and be taking on-site commissions. Find more information on his blog.

  • If you couldn’t tell, it’s the year of the Sith Trooper at Comic-Con this year — and LEGO will even be featuring a life-size model LEGO Sith Trooper at their booth.

  • Artist Alan Davis will be appearing at the Big WOW! Art Booth #4903, where he’ll have original pages for sale, as well as original full figures featuring an assortment of characters lie Captain Britain and Kitty Pryde. There will also be a limited supply of a collector’s stamp he created for Royal Mail in Great Britain.

Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley showed off a new Scott Pilgrim Color Collecton deluxe paperbacks set from Oni Press, which will be heading to San Diego Comic-Con.


  • Camilla d’Errico should already be one of your first stops on the show floor, but if she’s not, write down Booth #4723 so you can pick up this and other zodiac paintings.


  • Artist James Silvani has been hard at work creating more original headshot pieces for the con, which you can pick up at Booth #5555. Helloooooo, nurse!


  • Chris Maze unveiled the second of his Comic-Con 5″x” prints, this time for Woody from Toy Story.


  • Le Petit Elefant will have some of the cutest merch on the show floor, including this “Kain Tayo” rice cooker tote bag. Adorbs. It’s limited to just 200 pieces.


  • Badali Jewelry are putting the final touches on this year’s items for San Diego Comic-Con, including this Darker Shade of Magic piece.


  • QMx have created “Super Ollie“, an exclusive based on the real-life Certified Pet Therapy Dog. And, this limited edition piece will also raise money for the Children’s Hospital LA.

  • This witch cat is ready for the holiday — the Comic-Con holiday, that is. Pick it up from Ash Evans at Comic-Con, limited to only 100 pieces.






  • Josh L. Warner of Hanging Chad entertainment showed off a new batch of sketch cards he’ll have at Small Press L-09.


  • Candlewick Press will have daily giveaways at Booth #5532, so be sure to stop by.

  • The California Browncoats have added a new signing to their schedule, with Shawna Trpcic, the costume designer for FireflyAngel, and more. Catch her at the CA Browncoats booth on Saturday, July 20 before their 3:30PM panel.

  • Artist Kerry Callen will also be signing at the con, and you can catch him at Atomic Toybox Entertainment Booth #3921 on Thursday, July 18.

  • Entertainment Weekly will once again be distributing free “Comic-Con Bonus Issue” magazines throughout the week in the Gaslamp, and you can get your first look at the It: Chapter 2 cover below.

  • You definitely want to find author Leigh Bardugo’s signings at Comic-Con next week, as if you do, you’ll get this awesome Kevin Wada Shadow and BoneSix of Crows, and King of Scars poster.

  • Eric Powell of Albatross Funnybooks will be at Booth #2207, where he’ll have this exclusive 15″x20″ Goon block print created by artist Peter Santa-Maria. It’s limited to just 20 pieces a day, for 100 pieces total.

  • Bleeding Cool has the details on Heavy Metals Booth #1529, which will feature a signing with Dave Mustaine and his new Megadeath graphic novel from 2PM-4PM on Sunday, July 21. They’ll also have two new Iron Maiden exclusives.
  • Tyler Kirkham revealed some art which will be available at J. Scott Campbell Booth #4601.

Anything we missed? Anyone you’re really excited to see? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line, or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

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