WonderPost 2024: Yo Gabba Gabba, Diwata Komiks, Rhode Montijo, CGC Comics, Hero Complex Gallery

Commissions! Meet and greets! Pins! Giveaways! So! Much! Art! Tonight’s WonderPost truly has it all, in this jam-packed edition featuring updates on at least some of what you’ll find at the convention this weekend.

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

  • Indie comics company Diwata Komiks will be taking over #SP-36 in Small Press this weekend, and they have some exciting creators, actors, and more stopping by throughout the week. You can find co-creator and lead actress of Carmina, Erica Juliet, on Saturday, March 30 from 12:30-5pm, as well as Divina Amala creator Lyn Pacificar on Friday, March 29 from 4pm-7pm.
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  • Things are about to get hairy over at Rhode Montijo’s Booth #912, where he’ll have new Fantasmical originals. Plus, any excuse to stop by Montijo’s booth is a chance to check out his amazing cardboard creations, so we highly recommend it.
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  • Get ready to add a touch of natural magic to your divination practice with The Crafty Ravens’ enchanting resin rune sets. Wait for the signal and then meet them at Booth #1442 after dark.

  • Hi, Barbie! Meet up with your fellow Barbies at the WonderCon Cosplay Meet-Up, set for Sunday, March 31 at 2pm at the fountain in front of the convention center. The Kens are welcome too!

  • Artist Vince Alvendia (EggdropRamen.Studio) has a few of the baddest ladies in town accompanying him to the convention next weekend — and by that, we mean these fun Disney originals, which you can score at #B-30 in Artist Alley.

  • Gooses, geeses, I want my geese to lay gold eggs for Easter… Give it to me now! You can search for your own golden egg at WonderCon, and should you find one, bring it back to CGC Booth #700 to claim a prize. They’ll also have a pin giveaway, with new limited-edition pins to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Wolverine and the 85th anniversary of Batman. And of course, they’ll be accepting submissions for grading your comics, cards, and video games. Find more information on their blog.

  • Speaking of Easter (which is also this Sunday), Le Spirit Designs got into the hop-iday spirit with a Petal bunny design. You can hop on over to #F-36 for the WonderCon exclusive sticker.
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  • Artist Kristi Smearg is prepped and ready to go for this weekend, with colorful new prints available at #E-63.

  • Eisner-Award winning artist Colleen Doran is a Special Guest at Wondercon this year, and she has a very special surprise for fans: she’s bringing an original pen and ink artwork for The Phantom, which will be available for sale at #B-2 in Artists Alley.
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  • Artist Paola Bascon will be releasing a new Filipino-inspired piece called “Halo-Halo Deluxe Girl” at WonderCon. You can pick up the 8.5″x11″ print at #B-38 in Artist Alley.
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  • The despair is strong with this one. Artist Val Hochberg is paying tribute to the most emo boy in a galaxy far, far away — “Crylo” Ren, with a new sticker set. Stop by #C-60 in Artists Alley, and may the angst be with you.

  • Shane Hawk, co-writer of the international bestseller Never Whistle at Night, is heading to WonderCon where he’ll be doing signings on Saturday, March 30 at both Little Brainstorm Booth #SP-66 in Small Press, and in the Author Signing Area. See the graphic for more information.

  • Be sure to stop by Prism Comics at WonderCon for your chance to meet Amy Chu, author of Camilla: The First Vampire. She’ll be signing daily Friday, March 29 at 4pm, Saturday, March 30 at 6pm, and Sunday, March at 3pm.

  • You’ll also find author and actress (Nia Nal on Supergirl) at the Prism Comics Booth #1401, where she’ll be signing her Bad Dream and more on Saturday, March 30 at 1pm, and Sunday, March 31 at 11:30am.

  • Cowabunga, dude! Stuff and Things by Michael, a 15-year-old who makes stuff and things (hence the name!) showed off some turtle power. Swing by #1809 to catch Michael (and the turtles) with Oddball Art at WonderCon this weekend.
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  • Award-winning cartoonist and illustrator Luke McGarry’s pin is straight out of Springfield’s wildest escapades. This “Bootleg Bart” pin will be back in stock in its original colorway at #A-35 in Artists Alley
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  • Pika-Pika! You’re going to want to catch artist and illustrator Nellie Lê’s latest prints. Track her down at #F-34 in Artists Alley and take home the cutest Pokemon Cat prints.
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  • PixelHour unveiled their WonderCon exclusive greeting cards, which feature a superhero dog holding a card of a rather familiar looking building. There are only limited copies available, so head to #D-51 in Artists Alley to grab yours. And if you want to ensure you get yours, you can also DM PixelHour to pre-order yours.
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  • Artist Ace Continuado will be offering WonderCon attendees a special discount during the con. Score pencil and/or ink head sketches for just $40 starting Friday, March 29. Grey scale copics will be an additional $10, and sketches can be on blank covers or 9″x12″ (or smaller) art boards. Be sure to stop by #B-06 to request yours.
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  • There are, of course, plenty of other amazing artists offering commissions in Artist Alley, including Massive Chaos at #B-36, who will be doing commission sketches starting at $60.


  • Get ready for a dance party extravaganza, courtesy of Spooksie Boo, at WonderCon. Stop by Booth #809 all weekend long to grab limited Yo Gabba Gabba merch, take a photo in front of their photo op, and show up early to claim a free limited edition WonderCon prize. Plus, on Saturday, you’ll get the chance to meet Brobee and Plex in the flesh — er, fur. Brobee will be on hand from 10:30am-11am, and again from 3:30pm-4pm, while Plex will be at the booth from 1:30pm-2pm. Be sure to show up early to get your chance to say hello.
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  • Autobots, roll out to artist Livio Ramondelli’s Booth #A-18 in Artists Alley, where you’ll find pre-made Transformers artwork available for purchase.
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  • Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Artist Robert Griggs showed off a quack-y new sketch cover for Donald Duck #13, which you’ll be able to pick up at #C-23 in Artist Alley.

  • Artist Dylan Bonner wants to be a part of your world — or at least a part of your art collection, with six new mermaid prints heading to WonderCon #A-08.
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  • Michele Fried revealed a new print for Ghost Spider, which will be swinging into #F-21 in Artist Alley this weekend.
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  • Hero Complex Gallery is cutting it close with their “sneak peeks”, but they offered fans a look at some of the new artwork they’ll find at Booth #1943.

Still looking for a WonderCon commission? We’re got those! 

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Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments, drop us a line, or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

And if you have missed any of our previous WonderPosts, you can find them here.

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