Exhibitor List, Floor Map for San Diego Comic-Con 2024 Revealed

Have you already started making your shopping list for San Diego Comic-Con 2024? Well, then there’s good news — you can start adding booth numbers.

The list of Exhibitors, members of the Small Press and Artist’s Alley sections, as well as the Fan Tables sections, have all been revealed on CCI’s site. The map is also now live, and you can click here to view the PDF.

This year’s list of exhibitors covers comics, toys, merchandise, video games, television and film, and so much more. All the major players in each category are represented — for comics, that includes Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Marvel Entertainment (again separated into the main booth and a separate merch store), Oni Press – Lion Forge Publishing Group, and the return of Dark Horse Comics. Just like last year, it appears that the Warner Bros. proper booth is a thing of the past, transformed instead into a solo DC booth.

For the big studios, there’s Marvel, Lionsgate, and Lucasfilm. As previously announced, Warner Bros. again won’t have a presence on the show floor this year. And while not a movie studio, we’re excited to see that AMC Theatres is there, and hear they may even have a few exclusives.

On the TV side, Disney Television Studios, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and Paramount+. Sony Pictures Television is also back for the first time in recent memory, which might hint at a larger presence in general for Sony this year (while they were in the gaming side for a few years before a gap in attendance, they used to host signings for several of their series at their booth). The fan-favorite Doctor Who booth also returns, which will have all the apparel and accessories a Time Lord could want. There’s also a Doctor Who booth, that we’re sure is bigger on the inside. Similar to last year, AMC, Netflix, and Starz are no shows on the floor.

Into print and art? Be sure to check out 100% Soft, Alex Pardee, Alex Ross Art, Daniel Danger, Kevin Tong Illustration, Nucleus, Priscilla Wilson, Spoke Art, Hero Complex Gallery, and Mutant (from the former Mondo team).

We’re also excited about UCC Distributing, Factory Entertainment, Funko, Hasbro (returning to selling at the booth!), Mattel, LEGO, Jazwares, Monogram, the Comic-Con Museum, Toddland, Con Rangers, and Monkey Minion.

Bandai will once again have a mega-impact on the show floor, with six huge spaces on the show floor for their brands.

Not every booth is back, though. Some notable absences this year include Entertainment Earth and Blizzard Entertainment.

Fans of Robotech X and more should head to the Fan Tables, and if you’re a fan of anything, swing through Artist’s Alley to view work from over 130 artists, including Patrick Ballesteros, Chris Uminga, Joey Spiotto, Karen Hallion, and others. This year’s Small Press section includes booths for over 100 companies like Committed Comics, Val Hochberg, and others.

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