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Comics Artists Donate Original Work For Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s Comic-Con Auction

Jonathan Case
Jonathan Case

For the fifth year in a row, comic shop Things From Another World is partnering with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund for their annual Comic Con art auction. As in previous years, several celebrated artists are contributing illustrations to help raise money for the non-profit First Amendment defender, including Jill Thompson, Roger Langridge, Tim Seeley, Jonathan Case, Jeffrey Brown and more. In previous years, artists only donated original sketches, but this year the CBLDF has pages of original artwork, including a Charlie Adlard page from The Walking Dead. For the last two weeks, TFAW has been rolling out each new donation on its website, and we've collected some of the illustrations below.

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CBLDF ‘Liberty Annual’ To Include New ‘The Walking Dead’ Story And More


As if new material from the likes of Kieron Gillen, Chris Roberson, Mike Allred and Ben Templesmith isn't enough to make you want to pick up this year's CBLDF Liberty Annual, there's something else that might tempt you towards the fundraising special issue: An all-new The Walking Dead story by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard...

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The CBLDF Acquires Defunct Comics Code Authority Seal


Nary a tear was shed when the Comics Code Authority sputtered out earlier this year following its thorough abandonment by the publishing industry. Depending on your leanings, the CCA was either a necessary evil that "saved" comics from people freaked out over horror content in the '50s or a manifestation of creative repression that quashed progress in the medium for more than 60 years (or a little of both)...

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‘Liberty’ Trading Cards by Comics Creators Raise Funds For The CBLDF


There are a number of outlets to support the comic book community's first line of defense against censorship, but at $3.50 a pack, Cryptozoic Entertainment's Liberty trading cards might be one of the easiest ways to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund...

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Neil Gaiman Signing and Selling His Own T-Shirts For The CBLDF


Have you ever wanted to wear the same t-shirts sported by the author who penned American Gods, The Sandman, Coraline? The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, a non-profit U.S. group devoted to protecting free speech in comics, has made this a very attainable goal...

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The Monsters Project: The Complete Monstrous Art Collection


The Monsters Project is coming to a close, and you can check out the final auctions on the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund eBay page, with the proceeds all going to support the CBLDF and its mission to defend first amendment rights in comics...

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MONSTERS Project: Chris Samnee’s Dracula Sparkles For No One


The horror of vampires has been diluted somewhat in recent years by their portrayal as pasty-faced heartthrobs and teenage mallrats with unfortunate yellow trenchcoats, but in the latest piece donated to our Comic Book Legal Defense Fund benefit art auction, Chris Samnee has conjured all the drama and dread that the original Lord of Vampires used to command...

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MONSTERS Project: Nedroid Draws a Very Beartato Halloween


It's a very Beartato Halloween today as the MONSTERS Project continues with art from Anthony Clark, the creator of the exceptionally charming webcomic Nedroid and its most recent book collection, Beartato and the Secret of the Mystery...

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MONSTERS Project: Dean Haspiel Draws Frankenstein for the CBLDF


The MONSTERS Project continues with a piece of original art by artist and Emmy winner Dean Haspiel, who has previously lent his drawing hand to American Splendor, the webcomic collective Act-i-Vate, and the recent Vertigo graphic novel Cuba: My Revolution...

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MONSTERS Project: Tom Fowler’s Sad Frankenstein is Sad


The MONSTERS Project continues today with original art from Tom Fowler, whose work we've enjoyed so much in Mysterius: The Unfathomable, countless amazing convention sketches and the outstanding Comic Twart blog, among other places...

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