Over the past few months, DC's We Can Be Heroes campaign has been raising money to fight hunger in the horn of Africa, and for this round of fundraising, they're putting the spotlight onto individual members of the Justice League. It's a pretty neat idea, harnessing the power of their fans for a good case, and with this week's focus on Wonder Woman, they're offering some interesting perks for people who donate.
Most of it's the kind of stuff you might expect, like signed comics, an exclusive t-shirt and a lithograph signed by Adam Hughes, but if you have $10,000 burning a hole in your pocket and you want to do some good with it, there's one major perk for your donation: Meeting Lynda Carter, who is, of course, best known as the mayor from Super Troopers.
Following two successful crowdfunding campaigns that raised a combined $285,000 to benefit Save the Children, International Rescue Committee and Mercy Corps’ humanitarian efforts in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, DC Entertainment has returned to Indiegogo to raise further funds for its We Can Be Heroes initiative. The third and final campaign of the 2013 consists of a Justice Leagued themed six-week initiative, which will run through October 28. Each week, DC will incorporate a new assortment of perks centering around the JL and its heroic members.
DC Comics announced its second wave of perks for fans who donate to its We Can Be Heroescharity campaign this week, and if you like Superman, you're in for a treat alongside the normal benefits that come with helping people in need.
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DC Entertainment is kicking off year two of its We Can Be Heroes campaign with the slogan "Get something good. Do something great." The biggest philanthropic initiative in the history of DC Comics and its par
Coinciding with Comic-Con International in San Diego, DC Entertainment hosted a cocktail reception and art exhibition in benefit of We Can Be Heroes, the company's initiative to combat hunger in the Horn of Africa. Installed at Michael J. Wolf Fine Arts Gallery in the Gaslamp District, the presentation inc
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