Jim Valentino, Victor Santos, Duncan Rouleau contribute art to CBLDF

by Jeff

may100407 Jim Valentino, Victor Santos, Duncan Rouleau contribute art to CBLDFWriter/artist/editor/publisher Jim Valentino is the latest contributor to our Second Annual SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction event! His original artwork will be donated to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s auction at San Diego Comic-Con this year, which raises money to protect the First Amendment rights of the comics community.

Valentino has had a long and prestigious career in comics, starting out in the 1970s with his own autobiographical comics and then working on such titles as Guardians of the Galaxy and What If? at Marvel. In 1992, he and a group of artists including Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, and Rob Liefeld formed Image Comics, where he formed his own Shadowline imprint.

This year, Valentino has collaborated on the upcoming Fractured Fables hardcover, as well as Image United! He also relaunched ShadowHawk, his popular creator-owned series.

Valentino’s artwork–as well as that from all of our participating publishers and creators–will also be turned into free limited-edition autograph cards that we will be giving away for free at Comic-Con! If you’re headed to San Diego later this month, make sure to visit their booths, as well as the TFAW booth, to pick up yours. They’ll go fast, so make sure to track down yours early!


may100456 Jim Valentino, Victor Santos, Duncan Rouleau contribute art to CBLDFFantastic artist Victor Santos has generously agreed to participate in our Second Annual SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction event! His original artwork will be donated the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which is dedicated to protecting the First Amendment rights of the comics community.

Santos is currently illustrating The Mice Templar, co-created by Michael Avon Oeming and Bryan J. Glass, for Image Comics! He also provided artwork for Filthy Rich, a graphic novel written by Brian Azzarello.

We want to give a huge thank-you to our more than three dozen participants: check out all of our publishers and creators and preview all of the donated art! These sketches will be auctioned off by the CBLDF in San Diego, but we will also be creating free limited-edition autograph cards of each one that we will be giving away for free at Comic-Con! If you’re headed to San Diego later this month, make sure to visit their booths, as well as the TFAW booth, to pick up yours. They’ll go fast, so make sure to track down yours early!


jun090381d Jim Valentino, Victor Santos, Duncan Rouleau contribute art to CBLDFDiverse artist and writer Duncan Rouleau has agreed to donate original artwork to our Second Annual SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction event! His work, as well as sketches from more than three-dozen amazing comics creators, will be auctioned off by the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund at San Diego Comic-Con this year, with 100% of the proceeds used in the fight for the First Amendment rights of the comics community.

Rouleau is currently publishing his creator-owned “all-action slacker comic,” The Great Unknown, at Image Comics. He’s also one of the creators of Ben 10, an animated series, for Cartoon Network

Rouleau’s original art, as well as all of the amazing donations from our publishers and creators–will be reproduced as free limited-edition autograph cards that we will be giving away for free at Comic-Con! If you’re headed to San Diego later this month, make sure to visit their booths ASAP, as well as the TFAW booth, to collect them all.


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