Under the Tents 2022: Yesterdays, Bonnie Gordon, BeKyoot, Bosslogic,

San Diego Comic-Con news is a bit like a flood: It starts slow, but once it really starts, there’s no stopping it. We’ve got lots of news for you today, from voice actors attending that could hint at a larger panel presence, to amazing artists, exhibitors, panels, and more.

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

  • Voice actor Bonnie Gordon, best known for her work on Star Trek: Prodigy, will be at SDCC this year. Could that hint at a Prodigy panel? We’ll have to stay tuned for more information.

  • We can’t wait to see Yesterdays’ San Diego Comic-Con exclusives for The Misfits — and they can’t wait to show them off. What a coincidence.

  • The Ray Bradbury Experience Museum is heading to San Diego Comic-Con, where they’ll be in Small Press. We’re not sure what they’re up to just yet, but it’s sure to be a good time.

  • Are you a local still looking for a way to attend the convention? Clutch Media Group is seeking individuals to work the convention as brand ambassadors, who will be compensated. They are hiring one lead ($350/day) + four staff ($300/day), with a per diem for meals and reimbursement for parking. If interested, e-mail [email protected] with the subject line SDCC 2022 – Name – Position applying for and include:
  1. Current smiling headshot
  2. Latest event photo
  3. Vaccine card and boosters
  4. Promo resume
  5. A few sentences about yourself and why you would be a great fit for Team KPG
  • Frankenhorrors is putting the #sexy back in vampires with new stickers. You can find Frankenhorrors at the con with new comics, art prints, stickers, and more.

  • On the flip side of that, BeKyoot is putting the “kyoot” into stickers. They’ll have a tiered sticker display at their Booth #2443, with their patented adorable creations.

  • While we previously reported that Bosslogic would be at the convention, we now know where he’ll be: SMZ Comics.
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  • Monkie Kid and Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms screenwriter Jeremy Adams mentioned he’d be at SDCC this year. In an official capacity or as a fan? We’ll have to wait and see.

  • Captain Action, the classic action figure created in 1966, has long been a San Diego Comic-Con mainstay thanks to marketing strategist and educator Ed Catto. Which is why we’re glad to see Catto is back again this year to moderate two panels: “Comics on Campus: Fandom at Academia” and “Captain Action: The Classic Collection”.

  • Speaking of panels, Storm King Comics revealed that they’ll be hosting a panel at the convention on their John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Civilians.

  • Want even MORE panel news? (Of course you do!). Mark Roslan, VP of Aspen Comics, announced that you can stop by the official Aspen Comics panel on Saturday, July 23 from 1pm-2pm in Room 4.

  • Pure Gold, a short film in which a desperate father is tempted by something preciousssss, will be screening on Saturday, July 23 as part of the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival. Writer/Director Rik Gordon will be on hand for the panel discussion.

  • One of our favorite artists, Chrissie Zullo, will “definitely” be at the convention this year — so be sure to stop by her booth in Artists Alley.

  • Artist Jeff Pina has been busy working on new sketch covers for the convention, like this Non-Stop Spider-Man.

  • Comics writer Rich Douek revealed that he’ll be at the convention this year, doing “lots of fun stuff” with IDW, Aftershock, and more.

  • Speaking of IDW, artist Drew Zucker also seems to have plans with the comics company, as he posted that he has many exciting things planned, and hashtagged them (as well as Dark Horse and Whatnot).
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  • Comic book writer Ed Brisson will be at SDCC this summer, as well as C2E2, and mentioned he would be “popping in… for a couple hours for a signing”. Stay tuned for more details.

  • Looking for some cool news? Antarctic Press will be exhibiting at the convention, at Booth #2307, where you’ll be able to meet their whole crew plus Ben Dunn, Fred Perry, David Hutchison, Brian Denham, Hiroshi Kanatani.

  • Eisner-nominated writer Christopher Sebela announced that he will not be at San Diego Comic-Con this year.

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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