Under the tents 2022: BeKyoot, Todd McFarlane, Super 7, Evil Ink Comics

Maybe you’re still reeling from your first-round Hotelpocalypse placement, or lack thereof. Maybe the multiverse of madness is still messing with your brain. Maybe you just need a virtual hug. We’re here to help you with all that and more, with a dose of what’s waiting for you in just 11 short weeks. We have many attendance confirmations, a crocheted Jedi and much more.

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

  • Evil Ink Comics, home to the love wars and Key of Z comics, recently posted a not so cryptic message on Twitter. We would recognize this logo anywhere!
  • Fresh off its appearance on the Late Night with Seth Meyerscreator of the highly acclaimed graphic novel Adora and distance, Marc Bernardin, plans to attend Comic-Con in San Diego. Since Kevin Smith has already mentioned that Mooby’s offsite site will likely include live podcasts for fatman beyond, it is probably at least part of Bernardin’s time blocked. You can bet we hope nothing will mess up those plans!
  • We got two great pieces of information in a tweet here. Artist Daniel Danger confirms that he and Mondo will be attending San Diego Comic-Con. Huzah! No answer at press time if Mondo will grant permission to spruce up their pristine exterior wall.
  • If you’ve been following the Massive-Verse Image series (Radiant Black, Snape Sunot, Supermassive and more) you should be delighted to hear that this universe’s orchestrator and editor, Michael Busuttil, Will be present SDCC, among other congresses, this summer.
  • It pays to never lose hope, as webcomic artist and illustrator Dawn Wolf discovered after get off the waiting list for the small press sector. You can find Dawn at Booth N-07, also known as Commander Shepard’s favorite booth on the Citadel. *wink*
  • Actor, producer and musician Thomas Nichols released his new tour dates on Twitter. They include two nights in San Diego during Comic-Con and the location seems to coincide with Kevin Smith’s Mooby’s Pop-Up. Will Thomas spend his days at the convention center and his nights on stage? We will have to wait for more details to confirm.
  • The Hollywood Horror Museum has also received good news this week. After a week in SDCC limbo, they can confidently say they will indeed be exhibiting in 2022.
  • If you missed Geeky Hooker’s #CritterDrops and we’re happy to let you know, they’ll be back this year. You’ll have to follow them (and maybe use the force?) during the convention if you want a chance of catching this cute luke skywalker.
  • Toy collector @RMaster007 broke down the gist of Super 7’s recent interview with The Fwoosh about their line of Ultimates action figures. Super 7’s Brian Flynn has announced that they will be offering fewer San Diego Comic-Con exclusives this year than in the past. Given the supply chain challenges that all businesses face, this is to be expected. Whatever they bring, we’ll probably want it!
  • Fine jewelry and ceramicist Adorable Mayhem recently posted on Instagram that they will be setting up at booth #4537 and hopefully having silver versions of this sweet little sheep with a flower pendant.
  • Non-profit organisation Stack is dedicated to helping military service members recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries through the power of video gaming. Part of that mission is their Air Assaults program, which provides all-expenses-paid trips for veterans to attend life-changing video game and geek culture events, including San Diego Comic-Con. If you know a veteran who could benefit from an Air Assault trip, you can name them. here.

Something we missed? Let us know in the comments, write or tweet us at @SD_Comic_Con.

If you missed our previous Under the Tents 2022 articles, you can find them HERE.

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