In a year when the booth at San Diego Comic-Con was canceled or so, a regular feature is moving forward: Rob Liefeld
Deadpool Sketch Scavenger Hunt.
The comic book creator made four Deadpool-Wolverine-themed sketches and will hide them for a day, offering clues on where to find them around San Diego via social media . Layfield hosted the first Deadpool Sketch Scavenger Hunt at Deadpool movie brought its first trailer to Hall H
“It’s an opportunity to celebrate the manga origins of these characters,” Liefeld said of this year’s back-to-basics
But Comic-Con attendance is still expected to reach , – Hundreds of groups continue to discuss comics and other topics unaffected by the strike.
Liefeld has previously commissioned his family to hide Deadpool sketches, but people are starting to recognize them, so this year, Liefeld will be hiring some anonymous helpers to hide his creations around the hoax .
Original art by artists like Leifeld is worth a fortune, especially in an era when the art market is booming. But the artist said he doesn’t often see sketches from past years for sale online.
“People usually keep them, but I don’t care what people do with them,” Liefeld said. “Once they’re yours, they’re yours.”
See one of the sketches below, with
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