Val Hochberg San Diego Comic-Con 2024 Debuts, Originals [Update July 12]

Val Hochberg creates some of the cutest art on the show floor, in her adorable Chibi style. Be sure to stop by Small Press #N-12 to pick up new acrylic charms, prints, pick up a copy of her original graphic novel Mystery Babylon, and to dig through her boxes of original prints.

There will be no holds, and all originals are first come/first serve.

[UPDATE July 12]

Val Hochberg has been busy finishing up her pre-con commissions but is still making time for the many, many original pieces that she will also be bringing with her. Here’s a look at the most recent ones:

[UPDATE July 2]

Everything is cuter when it’s mini-sized, and that includes Val Hochberg’s mini prints. You can pick up her new mini prints for Gambit and Rogue, Deadpool and Wolverine, or more for just $5 each. The Gambit/Rogue and Deadpool/Wolverine are each limited to 50, while her Foxy/Moon piece is limited to 20.

[UPDATE June 25]

In less than a month you’ll be wandering though the exhibit hall with your best pals, likely “laughing back and forth at what the other’n has to say, reminiscing this and that and having such a good time” when you stumble upon booth #N-12 in Small Press where you see Val Hochber’s new Robin Hood inspired sticker sheets and then you’ll say “Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally, golly, what a day!” These stickers and many more, like Baldur’s Gate 3, Fallout, Pokémon and others, will be available during San Diego Comic-Con for $6.

[UPDATE July 18]

Val showed off some new debuts heading to the con this year, starting with a new Spider-Man acrylic charm. It’s limited to 40 pieces and will be available for $12 each (or three for $30).

She’ll also be bringing along other recent designs, including Harley Quinn, Eeyeore, and Zero.

As well as restocking several of last year’s sold out charms, including Figment and the Hatbox Ghost.

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