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Under The Tents 2022: Effin’ Birds, Mooby’s Pop-Up, Nan Hockin, Jordan Blum

Is anyone else freaking out yet? It feels like a switch was flipped and suddenly we are awash with San Diego Comic-Con news. And while some exhibitors may be trying to hog the spotlight (ahem…Funko) there are certainly so many other items of note that deserve to be seen. Thankfully, this is Under the Tents and we’re here to show you some birds with opinions to share, some very sweet crafts, a few more panel announcements and so much more.

Lets take a look at the news you might have missed:

  • If you have a specific feeling about NFTs and want to share it with the world, Aaron Reynolds, creator of Effin’ Birds, has you covered with these finely crafted enamel pins. You can snag them at the Nerd Street booth, #2049.

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  • Gaming consultant Lydia-Rae Wehmeyer will be leading a discussion for educators about incorporating cosplay in learning spaces.

  • The collection of original art that James Silvani will have available at San Diego Comic-Con continues to grow. Booth #5555 is where you can find Don Karnage, Darkwing Duck and more, starting at $120.

  • Members of the Hellfire Club and any other RPG enthusiasts will want to carve out time in their schedule for this panel, “Level Up: Creating an RPG Empire” which will be hosted by Danielle Beckmann.

  • Creative director of the action-adventure open world game Mictlan: The Game, Guillermo Alarcon announced on Twitter that they will be having a panel about the game on Friday, July 22.

  • Nan Hockin’s art never fails to make us smile….and maybe a little hungry too! We might need a bakers dozen of these cute donuts.

  • Ben Ferrari is putting together an SDCC Preview book featuring his comic, Carriers, with Red 5 Comics. This will be Ben’s first time back to San Diego Comic-Con since 1996!

  • The University of San Diego’s Copley Library is hosting panels and presentations for the Comic Studies and Practices Symposium, the first of its kind. The event will be held online the Monday and Tuesday before San Diego Comic-Con.

  • Creator of Hulu’s M.O.D.O.K., Jordan Blum won’t just be attending SDCC as a fan, he will also be on a panel, yet to be revealed.

  • Iron Druid Chronicles and fellow dog lover, author Kevin Hearne had to deliver the bad news to a fan on Twitter….he will not be attending San Diego Comic-Con this year.

  • Triple threat (artist, writer and all around amazing person) Victoria Ying will be offering at least one print for sale at San Diego Comic-Con. We’ll keep checking back for any sneak peeks.

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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