Under the dinner table: Monkey Minion, Robotech, Torpedo Comics, Wyvern Gaming

We have so much news from the Comic-Con Special Edition for you in today’s edition that you’re sure to come away drunk. Are you hungry for comic book news? We have the dish on big retailers like Torpedo Comics as well as several comic book artists and writers. After fun art? Take your pick of entrees like Monkey Minion, Ollybits, and more. Panels, games, charities, Robotech, and Goat Metal Art are also on the menu today.

Not on the menu? We’re stopping soon with these food-themed puns.

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

  • Hey, San Diegans, are you looking for a job? The San Diego Convention Center is currently recruiting full-time, part-time and temporary opportunities in several departments as they prepare again for events, including the Special Edition Comic-Con. Visit their site to learn more.
  • Yaoi fans, rejoice. Yaoi Revolution, a US-based publishing house specializing in homoerotic comics and artwork, will exhibit fuck next month.
  • A picture is worth a thousand words, but artist Reilly Haney, also known as Detention Art, creates images using a thousand (approximately) words. Haney creates stunning pop culture artwork designed from inked handwritten words, and you can Check them in Artists Alley in November. You can tell your mother about us that you are a real artist.
  • Fan-favorite comic artist Don Nguyen has also announced that he will be exhibiting at CCSE, and you can bet he’ll have plenty of offers with his creation Pablo the Gorillo.
  • Stack Up, a gaming charity that supports the mental health of active duty military, American and Allied veterans through play and geek culture, will also deposit at CCSE. Stop by to learn more about their cause.
  • Las Vegas-based comic book and collectibles retailer Torpedo Comics hits the road this fall, with its first stop at none other than Comic-Con Special Edition. Be sure to stop by to check out their selection of Silver and Bronze Age comics and more.

  • Cartoon artist and illustrator Paige Halsey Warren revealed that she was accepted as an exhibitor for the con next month.
  • Pixel artist and illustrator Ollybits too had good news to share – and accepts welcome gifts in the form of boba. You’ll find all of your favorite pop culture characters recreated as adorable pixels at her booth.
  • Metal Art is so last year – Goat Metal Art is where it is. Alaric Barca will bring his independent Goat Metal art to the Comic-Con Special Edition exhibition.
  • DC comic artist and creator / writer of Colored, David Baron, will have a busy schedule at CCSE. Not only will he be present at the convention, but you can also find him on a panel with Slow City Blues and John Livesay.
  • Speaking of artist John Livesay, you can also find it in Artists Alley in November, which, even for a longtime SDCC veteran, is a first.
  • If you like Robotech, then we have an announcement for you! Comic-Con Special Edition will serve as a final stop on the 2021 franchise agreement calendar. They are sure to have toys, cartoons and more.
  • Fluffy Fluppy Dogs are created to represent inclusiveness, acceptance, kindness and love for communities with special human and animal needs. You can find their cartoon on MOKO this fall, their toys in select stores – and also at Comic-Con Special Edition in November.
  • The digital artist L’Art du Gard will also exhibit this fall at the convention, in the Allée des Artistes.
  • Adorable Mayhem makes jewelry and ceramics and will bring their products to the Comic-Con Special Edition.
  • Finally, for now – make sure you stop The Wyvern Gaming stand to discover their Stargate SG-1 role games. Think you have what it takes to be a Game Master? Email them and you can get in for free.

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

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