Drawing Strength: Comics for Katrina

Comic artist John Gallagher (creator of crime-fighting, diner-loving, pop culture spouting Buzzboy) has put together a comic sketch book, "Drawing Strength," with all proceeds to benefit Habitat for Humanity's efforts to help Katrina survivors.

The book includes sketches from comic artists Brandon Peterson, Greg Horn, Mark McKenna, Jim Calafiore, Mike Manley, Neil Vokes, Frank Cho, Marc Hempel, Mark Wheatley, Rich Faber, Gallagher, and many others.

Amazingly, the whole thing came together, from concept to creation, in about a week, and is available on Gallagher's Sky Dog Comics site for $15. Click here to buy a copy today.


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One option is to turn on word verification. Since most comment spam is done by computers, they have a hard time faking out these things, and it's not much of a hurdle for people to get over.

dave said...

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