Blogspot once again failed to publish the regularly scheduled midnight post, so I will offer a second JLA 100 Project post beyond the usual Friday offering. Besides, the next auction is the following Friday, so a little extra attention couldn't hurt the cause. Still, stupid Blogspot.
As much as I try to offer a comprehensive Martian Manhunter fan blog, some of his appearances in this art project barely register, and I can't really bring myself to bother. For instance, this is just a lousy head shot with the popped collar and obscuring everything else. However, this was the guy who did my esteemed 2010 Commander Blanx Comicpalooza Commission, so he gets a free pass.
On the other hand, unless I get some righteous Vile Menagerie art from Andy Smith in the future, his Martian light bonus piece will remain only a link.
In late 2000, a consortium of comic publishers came up with the idea to create a financial safety net for comic creators, much in the same fashion that exists in almost any other trade from plumbing to pottery. By March of 2001, the federal government approved The Hero Initiative as a publicly supported not-for-profit corporation under section 501 (c) (3).
Since its inception, The Hero Initiative (Formerly known as A.C.T.O.R., A Commitment To Our Roots) has had the good fortune to grant over $400,000 to the comic book veterans who have paved the way for those in the industry today.
The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterdays' creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. It's a chance for all of us to give back something to the people who have given us so much enjoyment.
ALL 104 JUSTICE LEAGUE #50 ORIGINALS…NOW ON DISPLAY!
Please enjoy this gallery of ALL 104 original Justice League of America #50 Hero Initiative covers!
Hardcover and softcover versions of a book collecting all the covers will be available in December, 2011. AND all the originals will be auctioned off according to the following schedule:
• December 3, 2011, Meltdown Comics, Los Angeles, CA: Display of all 104 covers and auction of first one-third
• Jan. 20-22, 2012, Tate's Comics, Lauderhill, FL (Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area): Display of remaining covers and auction of second one-third.
• Feb. 17-19, 2012: Orlando MegaCon, Orlando, FL: Display and auction of final one-third.
All covers will be sold via LIVE AUCTION on-site at the venues above. If you cannot attend but wish to bid, proxy bidding is available.
Contact Joe Davidson at: email@example.com
Deadlines for each grouping are below, and each cover carries a minimum bid of $100.
Special thanks to Firestorm Fan for the notice!
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