Tiny Hannibal has packed his bags and is ready to #EatTheCon!
Want to win one of these little guys? Tiny Hannibal will be holding tiny signs (like the one above) around San Diego with portions of a code phrase. He’ll share one piece of that three-part code each day (Thursday - Saturday).
On Saturday, when he releases the final piece of the code, the first FOUR people to get to the Funko Booth at Comic-Con and tell them the full code will get their bloody paws on one of the new Hannibal Funko dolls that won’t even be released until November! There may or may not be consolation prizes for a few more people that aren’t quite as quick to the booth.
HINT: There are.
For those of you at home, don’t fret! Once you see tiny Hannibal share the final piece of the code on Saturday, tweet us @nbchannibal with the full code AND the #EatTheCon hashtag to be entered for a chance to win an SDCC exclusive Hannibal dolls of your very own.
Etsy artist ArtBagel created this miniature diorama of Crash-Test Dummies walking around an M.C. Escher impossible building! The 3D- printed miniature is about 1 3/4 inches high, and comes in a clear Acrylic display case that is about 2 inches high. Super cool!
Cruising through highschool filled with angst and contemplation, thinking everyone was a dumb-ass, I’d sit quietly at my desk and work on my second little book of ethics and humor by some of my favorite literary personalities, including Aesop, Oscar Wilde, Patrick Rothfuss, Sir Edmund Appleton and many others…
The book’s roughly 1 square inch, each page took about 45 minutes to 3 hours to complete. - This book also marks my discovery of the Micron Pen, given to me thoughtfully as a birthday gift by my friend Joan, a waitress who watched me scribble on the backs of placemats since I was a baby.