Image just sent out a press release announcing that editor Will Dennis would be joining the WHERE WE LIVE benefit anthology. The project was announced by artist JH Williams as a benefit to aid victims of the Las Vegas shootings in which 600 people were wounded and more than 50 killed. But burying the lede […]
Missed out on getting passes to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con? Hoteloween gave you a rock? There’s still a FEW chances to go to the con, and one of them is this sweepstakes being sponsored by Traveling Stories and IDW Publishing. Traveling Stories is a charity that helps give kids a love of books by the […]
Someone had an awesome idea: a Humble Bundle offering $198 worth of award-worthy comics for as little as $1. IN this case, it’s a bundle of 2017 Eisner-nominated comics in digital cross platform no DRM formats. As you may recall, Humble Bundle offers digital downloads of books, games and comics in a pay what you […]
Image continues its 25th anniversary celebration with a series of 11 Women’s HIstory themed variant covers for March. And just to show they believe what they are saying, 100% of the proceeds made from these March Women’s History variant covers will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
If you’re around NYC, here’s a great event that allows you to do three seasonal activities that feel nice: drink, draw and benefit the ACLU. It’s being held at Mary O’s which is a fine tavern with excellent fish ‘n’ chips, so get on down and draw and donate a little money to onwe […]
Artist Reilly Brown had a hell of a week last week. On Monday, he and wife Shawna became parents for the first time, with the arrival of the adorable William, above. Brown spent the rest of the week being a new father and also enjoying some of the excitement over Deadpool, as he’s been an artist who helped shape […]
Hawkeye #7 sports a stylish cover by David Aja but the insides are by two other stylists—Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm—in a story that features Clint Barton and his protegé Kate Bishop helping victims of a superstorm on the East Coast. If it sounds familiar, it should be—the issue was put together at a feverish pace after the events of real life Hurricane Sandy. And as writer Matt Fraction reveals in the video below from MTV Geek he’ll be donating his royalties from the issue to the American Red Cross. So make sure to buy a bunch of copies.