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WonderCon Anaheim 2024 Exhibitor Map and List Released

WonderCon Anaheim is less than three weeks away, and if you’ve been (im)patiently waiting for the show floor map so you can start planning out your must-stop booths, we’ve got good news for you.

Comic-Con International has finally unveiled the WonderCon Anaheim 2024 exhibitor floor map and the official list of exhibitors, which as always includes exhibitors/vendors, artists, small press, fan tables, and more.

There are 820+ exhibitors listed for WonderCon Anaheim 2024, covering comics, toys, merchandise, and more.

Once again, WonderCon is lighter on the comics, with DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, BOOM!, and Skybound all skipping — but none of that is really a surprise. IDW is back though, in a prime position — and you’ll also find Z2, Prism Comics, as well as plenty of smaller, independent comics companies. Maybe you’ll find your new favorite this year!

Toy and collectibles fans can stop by Figpin, Super7, Toynk, Fugitive Toys, Toynami, and more to get their collectibles fix on. After dominating the show floor for the last two years, we’re sad to see that both Bandai and Funko are skipping out this year. 7 Bucks a Pop will be filling the Funko-sized hole in your heart though, with autograph signing, Pop!s,  and more.

Many of our favorites, including Toddland, Yesterdays, the California Browncoats, Little Shop of Pins, BB-CRE.8/Punch It Chewie, Mysterious Galaxy, and Hero Complex Gallery are must-stops when planning your exhibit floor plan. You’ll also want to plan a stop at the Comic-Con Museum booth, where presumably you can sign up for membership.

As always, though, it’s Artist’s Alley and the talented roster of artists, writers and creators who steal the show at WonderCon. This year’s line-up includes Colleen Doran, Marv Wolfman, David Mack, Sam Maggs, Patrick Ballesteros, Priscilla Wilson, Val Hochberg, Brianna Cherry Garcia, Peter Nguyen, Ryan Parrott, Joey Spiotto, Karen Hallion, and so many more.

Over in Small Press, you’ll find Kid Heroes Production, Kymera Press, and more.

Fans of Robotech, Star Trek, and even the Girl Scouts can find their fellow geeks over at this year’s Fan Tables, where various fan clubs and cosplay groups among the list of Fan Tables.

Although it’s a great line-up this year, there are notable absences, and not just among Bandai and Funko. Gone are Legion M, Icon Heroes, Monkey Minion from last year. There are always some no-shows, but it does feel lighter than usual, for a convention that we’ve been saying that about for several years now. However, WonderCon (for us at least) has always really been much more about the artist and Artist’s Alley, with a few key middle-tier booths getting a chance to take more of the spotlight and shine than at a San Diego Comic-Con or New York Comic Con. So with more of a focus on art and comics, as well as some key places to shop for tees, pins, and more, we’re happy with this line-up, and can’t wait to get out on the show floor and back with our friends.

Check out CCI’s site for links to all the areas above, as well as a map of the Exhibit Floor for you to start charting your course for March 29-31.

What are you looking forward to most? Let us know in the comments.

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