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Under the Tents 2022: DKE, Geeki Tikis, Mondo, American Outlaws, Steve Bryant

Whether you’ve spent the weekend partying in a galaxy far, far away or playing Kate Bush on repeat — take a break to catch up on all the latest San Diego Comic-Con 2022 news. We’ve got film screenings, sketchbooks that definitely won’t drain your energy, art teases, and much more.

Here’s a look at what you might have missed:

  • Don’t sing if you want to live long, they have no use for your song, you’re dead, you’re dead, you’re dead, you’re dead and outta this world… But you can sing loud for this awesome What We Do In The Shadows sketchbook coming from artist Steve Bryant for SDCC this year. In the 20-page book, Bryant will pair quotes from the series with sketches he’s done of the characters. Even Colin Robinson would approve.

  • Edwin Salas is bringing the Wampa Punk to San Diego Comic-Con. The visual artist has been busy working on a new exclusive bootleg for DKE, which will be limited to just 10 pieces.
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  • Did you pick up your Geeki Tikis exclusives at Star Wars Celebration this weekend? If not, according to an e-mail blast, “select items will be available at San Diego Comic-Con and/or ONLINE at a later date” — with more details to come.

  • Artist Jin Yung Kim, also known as JYK All Day, showed offMoon Knight original sketch. You can pick it up at Artists Alley BB-24 — unless an Egyptian God beats you to it.

  • No big surprise, but Mo Shafeek, Record Label Manager at Mondo, confirmed that the company will be back to exhibit at San Diego Comic-Con again this summer. We can’t wait to see this year’s line-up of posters, vinyl, and more.
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  • Writer Darlene Horn showed off a work-in-progress of husband Paul Horn’s 88 Hours — and hinted that attendees may be getting the final product at Comic-Con this summer.

  • The documentary American Outlaws, about the duo behind Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation, will be shown at SDCC this year on Thursday, July 21. La Jolla Light spoke with producer and director Kat Alioshin about the film, who said she is “thrilled” the film will be screened at SDCC “for the audience it was intended for”.

  • Inki Drop, maker of adorable plush, pins, and more, can only be found at ONE convention in California this year. Luckily for us, that convention is San Diego Comic-Con.


  • Following a pre-order for Comic-Con@Home 2021, Zombie Sailor Toys revealed a closer look at the production of their Jeff Jarrett orange card exclusive figure — and teased they’ll have more SDCC exclusives this year.

  • Looking for artist Robert McKeone, aka Bob! Draws Stuff? Well, then you’ll want to head to Artists Alley DD-14.
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  • Artist Scott Hattox has been busy working on new things for SDCC — and we can’t wait to see.
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Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line, or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

If you missed our previous Under the Tents 2022 posts, you can find them HERE.

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