Don Perlin drew a lot of great bronze age comics, including Ghost Rider and many more. And now, the artist, who is 86, is experiencing some health problems and could use some financial aid, as Clifford Meth reports. The campaign is already nearly reached its goal, but in this season of giving, you might want […]
I know you have bette rthigns to do on Christmas Eve than read the internet, but here’s a feel good story about actor Chris Pratt, who went along with singer Ciara and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to visit Seattle Children’s Hospital, and he brought Baby Groot with him, and at least one sick youngster […]
The above Vader Down #1 variant with a Chip Zdarsky over, referencing the forbidden memory of Jaxxon the rabbit is one of the rarest of Marvel variant covers—one was available for every 4,999 issues ordered, so only a handful exist. One recently said at $3,739 eBay so it is apparently a legitimate rarity. On his […]
A new auction that runs until tomorrow features some tasty comics art and benefits both The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and the Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization. You get some great art and help free speech AND cats? How is this not the win of the year?
Dynamic Forces has teamed with the auction house Comic Link for the auction.
I’ll be a guest at this weekend’s New Jersey Comic Expo, returning to my homeland for a roots journey deep into Middlesex County, so consider this a bit of hype. They’ve already added Jim Lee, Adam Kubert and Garth Ennis as guests, and now John Cassaday will also be there. None of these guys do many shows, and with NJCE being a smaller show it’s a great chance to meet some of your faves.
The other day we posted a heartbreaking strip called “What a Wonderful World” by Zep featuring Titeuf, the Bart Simpson of France, in a storyline that echoes the refugee crisis now affecting Europe. Thousands of families are fleeing war torn areas—predominantly Syria—and trying to find asylum in various European countries, leading to a humanitarian and […]
Inker Bob Wiacek injured his arm and needs some financial help while he recovers. He’s set up a GoFundMe that already reached its goal but I’m sure more help would be appreciated. And Bob deserves it. I worked with him briefly back in the day, and he’s a good man and a good artist. Bob will even do a sketch for you if you pledge more than $40 — I think that’s going to take him a long time to fulfill but it’s a bargain.
Was that letter everyone linked to about a sweet Wonder Woman lunchbox getting banned at a child’s school real? Or are we all just sheeple who believe everything we read on the internet?
Jack Kirby, the titanic force of US comics, would have been 98 years old today. While it makes you wonder what exciting things we’ll be doing for his centenary, it’s also a reminder that it’s a good day to contribute to The Hero Initiative, as Kirby’s granddaughter Jillian suggests in the above video.
For several years, Jillian has promoted the Kirby4Heroes campaign to raise funds for the charity which aids creators in need. I can attest to the many people that this organization has helped, and in a field where 401ks are non existent, it’s sometimes the only safety net poplar have.
In December, artist Norm Breyfogle suffered a stroke which left his drawing hand impaired. He’ll need months of therapy to hopefully regain his mobility to be able to walk, draw and hopefully work again. And the comcis industry being what it is, generous folks have set up
an Indiegogo campaign to raise $10,000 to help with Norm’s therapy.
BUT it is not just a feel good campaign (although that would be enough. The Nrm Breyfogle Whisper Campaign also gets you a reprint of Whisper, an early kick ass woman comic from the 80s. Written by Steven Grant, this is a solid book of the era.