Under the Shops 2022: Alex Pardee, Symbiote Studios, 7 Bucks a Pop, Terry Moore

We’re one Monday closer to San Diego Comic-Con, which leaves *uses fingers to count*…only FOUR more Mondays until the main event. While we wait for the exhibitor lineup, panel schedule, and heavyweight announcements, let’s dive deeper into who’s going to be there, who’s bringing the products, and who you don’t want to miss.

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

  • Do you like to live swagaliciously? Symbiote Studios does and is doing it with lots of freebies this year with courtesy items that will make you want to stop by and see Catnip Bravo and the whole gang. Announcements start June 21 and you can find them on our website.
  • Artist Dave Kellett he’s not making any promises about making some commission, but invited him to email her and see if a deal can be made. May we suggest that he order something related to the pug?
  • Artist David Wong has one of the busiest convention schedules We’ve seen him in a long time, but we’re happy to say he’s making time for San Diego Comic-Con. You’ll be ready to sell all of your fun and original art prints.

  • The Heroes & Villains brand, known for its exclusive and original licensed clothing and accessories, has advertised on instagram that will be at San Diego Comic-Con, where you can find these Ahsoka pieces, and much more.
  • Our faces melted with excitement upon hearing that. artist Alex Pardee it will return to its usual place in July. You can find him and fellow freak of the wild Dave Correia at booths 5502 and 5503. If you love art that scares you in the cutest way possible, we think you’ll want to head there tout de suite!
  • ethan castle may not be in love with this Woverine sketch of you, but we are, bub! We hope this makes its way to Ethan’s table at Artists Alley this year.
  • We’ve heard that Weta Workshop may not have a booth at San Diego Comic-Con this year; instead, they will bring the convention experience to Auckland, New Zealand with Unleashed Weta Workshop with workshops, revelations and much more.

    As part of the celebration, they will be marking the 20th Anniversary of Lord of the Rings featuring a panel and Q&A with Richard Taylor, Daniel Falconer, and various Wētā Workshop artists. Seating is very limited so RSVP if you can do it in person, otherwise you can watch it on their Facebook Live broadcast.

  • You can find costume concept artists for The boys, Birds of prey, and other beloved projects, Greg Hops, on a board at San Diego Comic-Con. There are no clues on the subject, but we are sure that with Hops there it will be entertaining.
  • Previous work in progress by Dan Veesenmeyer, a X-Men The Animated Series concept art print, you now have passed into the hands of the printer. The finished product cannot be left behind.
  • The Terry Moore Abstract Art booth will have a brand new lineup to attract your attention, including a spot for Moore’s new series, parker girls.
  • While reviewing the new Moore banner, you will also be able to select this temporary tattoo by parker girls.
  • Seven Bucks A Pop caused quite a stir at WonderCon with their booth activities, including several all-star signings. We are happy to see that they are bringing that same emotion to San Diego Comic-Con with mystery cylinders and signings (to be announced).
  • We love it when Don Nguyen posts his convention “friend lists”. Since we are still waiting for the official exhibitor list, this is a great opportunity to see a large number of people who have confirmed to attend, all in one handy list. Don will be at Artist Alley HH-03, be sure to stop by and say hi!
  • And finally today, Val Hochberg is trying to catch them all… at least in sketch form. He has up to 60 pieces inked for San Diego Comic-Con and he’s not stopping anytime soon. Val appreciates your character suggestions. On twitter.

Something we missed? Let us know in the comments, write U.Sor send us a tweet at @SD_Comic_Con.

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

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