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WonderPost: Patrick Ballesteros, Marv Wolfman, Adam Hughes, Chandler Ford, Jeff Pina

We’re cautiously optimistic that the WonderCon exhibitor map might be out this week, which means we’ll get a full look at the show floor and everything it entails. But until then, we have plenty of news to tide you over — including Patrick Ballesteros original minis, comics legends, Alien prints, stickers, commissions, and more.

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

  • It will still be a few more weeks before the get the full WonderCon panel schedule (keep your eyes peeled for March 20 or 27), but cosplayer Shawn Richter shared that his Avengers Initiative Presents Marvel Cosplaying with the West Coast Avengers panel returns for 2020.

  • You can also look forward to the How to Get Press Coverage panel for small press publishers, which features several journalists and bloggers as they discuss how to get coverage. Catch the panel on Saturday, April 11 from 10AM-11AM.

  • Animated series S.A.L.E.M. will also be hosting a panel, on Friday, April 10 in North 200A from 5PM-6PM. Join voice actors, the creator, and more for your first look.

  • Another WonderPost, another round of artist Patrick Ballesteros’ amazing mini originals. You can pick up Maleficent or any of his other originals at his booth, with the schedule still TBA.

  • Artist Devon Devereaux will also heading to WonderCon in April — as well as San Diego Comic-Con and several other conventions on the west coast.

  • Who ya gonna call? Southland Ghostbusters! The local SoCal cosplayers will be heading to Booth #993 at WonderCon for the first time. Stop by to say hello, but only if you ain’t afraid of no ghost.

  • Speaking of cosplay booths, you’ll also want to bring your kiddos to the Kids Can Cosplay booth.

  • In space, no one can hear you scream — and no one can buy this awesome Alien print by Chandler Ford, which is why we’d rather spend our time at WonderCon.

  • We’ve got some bad news for fans of Superman: Rebirth writer Patrick Gleason. Unfortunately, he told a fan that he won’t be making it out to the convention this year.

  • Just look at the world around you right here on the ocean floor — and in this adorable Lilli Goldschmidt mermaid sketch. Be sure to visit her in Artist Alley at WonderCon for this piece and more.

  • Looking for commissions at WonderCon? Lorenzo Sperlonga revealed that his commission lists are now open for both WonderCon AND San Diego Comic-Con.
By Lorenzo Sperlonga

  • Artist Adam Hughes has several conventions planned for 2020, but WonderCon and San Diego Comic-Con both made the cut.
Variant cover for issue number #25 of Captain America by Adam Hughes

  • You can also catch Spencer and Locke writer David Pepose at WonderCon this spring.

  • Upper Deck illustrator Danny Silva has more fun stickers to show off. They’ll first be headed to Etsy, but you can pick up any leftovers at WonderCon Artist Alley F-26.

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

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