Naoko Mullally San Diego Comic-Con 2024 Exclusives [UPDATE July 19]

Artist, illustrator, and freelance toy designer Naoko Mullally had some of our favorite items at the con last year with her Wednesday and Spider-Gwen prints. Her style is both playful and clever, and she’s sure to be a must-stop for many attendees at Booth #5550.

For those looking for an original piece by Mullally, she will also have limited commission spots available on-site, with prices ranging from $30 – $200.

Let’s take a look at this year’s offerings:

[Update July 19]

Check out this ghost. They are a glowing ghost. They are eating toast. They are a glowing ghost, eating toast. Stop by booth #5550 to pick up one of these San Diego Comic-Con debut pins from Naoko Mullally.

[UPDATE July 10]

Oh, you’re my best friend… Celebrate the joy of friendship with Naoko Mullally’s Deadpool and Wolverine original, which she’ll have at Booth #5550.

[UPDATE July 6]

Grab your umbrella and head over to Booth #5550 for Naoko Mullally’s Storm Iridescent Holofoil Print. This 11″x14″ print features iridescent foil finishing, and is available for pre-order now for pick-up at the con for $40 (or for shipping, so make sure if picking up that you select that option during checkout). It’s limited to 50 pieces.

[UPDATE July 5]

Step into a galaxy far, far away with Naoko Mullally’s stunning SDCC exclusive 11″x17″ Holographic Star Wars Droids Print. This special edition print reimagines her original watercolor painting in vibrant, rainbow holographic detail, bringing fan-favorite mechanical marvels to life with a shimmering new twist. See the holographic detail in action by clicking on the video below.

Fans can secure the interstellar artwork by pre-ordering now for $70, available for both shipping and pick-up at the con. It’s limited to 100 pieces.

[UPDATE June 14]

This year, she’s turning her What We Do In the Shadows sticker art into two adorable chibi-style pins, featuring Guillermo and Nadja with their best friends (Dolly and Nandor, obviously). You can bring the set back home to your lair for $25 for the set, or if you must separate them, for $15 each.

They’re limited to just 50 pieces, so make sure you stop by before they fly away forever. You can pre-order them online now. SOLD OUT online, but you can still try for remaining inventory at their booth.



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