WonderPost 2022: Sci-Fi World Museum, JYK All Day, Patrick Ballesteros, Jeff Pina, Symbiote Studios

We are less than a month away from the start of WonderCon Anaheim 2022, and we can’t wait. As we impatiently wait to see all of your (masked-but-we-will-pretend-you-are) smiling faces, we’ve got updates for you on Pixar-ified art prints, a hurricane of jacarandas, booths, volunteer opportunities, and more.

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

  • The Sci-Fi World Museum is going BIG at WonderCon this year — transporting us to another galaxy in their 20×20 booth. In the past, their booth has featured Star Trek Bridge sets, The Shining, sci-fi cars, and other awesome displays. What will 2022 bring? Let them know what you want to see.

  • Our friends at Symbiote Studios need your help — literally! They are seeking volunteers for 4-hour shifts each day of the con. The rest of the time, you’ll be showered with a free badge and some free swag. Contact them for more information.

  • This JYK All Day’s “Pop Wagon” print is for the birds. His fun Pop Wagon print series feature imaged food trucks from pop culture, filled with all your favorite characters. We can’t wait to see the final result of this Pixar-inspired piece, which will be heading to WonderCon.

  • We don’t talk about Bruno, but we are talking about this Encanto “Can You Hear Me Now?” tin can series sneak peak from artist Patrick Ballesteros. What else can we do to get our hands on this perfect piece?

  • Who ya gonna call? The Ghostbusters of Southern California will be at WonderCon this year, and will details are currently scarce, you can follow along on their Facebook events page for more info.

Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line, or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

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