We know that 20th Century Fox will be presenting something at Comic-Con next week, with an extensive panel in Hall H on Saturday, July 11, which runs from 5:45 PM to 7:30 PM. The studio has yet to confirm which movies will be put on display, but one of them is likely Deadpool, which hits theaters February 12, 2016. We'll likely have to wait until next Saturday to find out exactly what the studio is presenting, but we found out today that Deadpool will, at the very least, have some sort of a presence in San Diego. Deadpool comic book creator Rob Liefeld revealed on his Twitter and Instagram pages that he will be hiding 24 original sketches in the San Diego Convention Center and other areas in the city's Gaslamp District. Here's what he told ComicBook.com about this unique initiative.
"I'm celebrating the big, huge 24th year that Deadpool is having by hiding 24 Deadpool drawings in all shapes and sizes all over the greater Comic-Con staging area. This extends from the convention center to the Gaslamp and surrounding restaurants. Also at the various parties I'll be attending. I want to give something back to the tremendous fan following Deadpool has had since I introduced him in the pages of New Mutants #98!"
If this superhero movie is featured in 20th Century Fox's panel, it's certainly possible that Rob Liefeld could hide a few of these illustrations in the gigantic Hall H for fans to find during the presentation. It should be noted that production wrapped just a few months ago, so it isn't known if any movie footage will be shown, if Deadpool is a part of the panel. Rob Liefeld will be revealing where and when he will be hiding these sketches through his Twitter and Instagram pages throughout Comic-Con, which runs from July 9 through July 12. Take a look at his Instagram photo below, which shows off some of the signed sketches he will be leaving for the fans.