Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
All this week I will be spotlighting the various rewards you can get by becoming a member of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund as part of their membership drive. There is even an extra incentive if you join because of reading these posts!
The basic CBLDF membership is the aptly named “Member” level (http://cbldf.myshopify.com/products/2012-cbldf-membership). It is a donation of $25, and comes with a membership card. This year’s card was designed and illustrated by the great Cliff Chiang (WONDER WOMAN) [http://www.cliffchiang.com/], and based on the WPA posters of the 1930s and 1940s.
It features an updated version of the classic ‘Liberty” character, who first appeared in the current form in this comic. An article discussing the creation of the card art can be found here. You can join as a “Member” by following this link.
Any CSBG readers joining the CBLDF, this Tuesday (January 31) through Friday (February 3) can type “CSBG” in the memo field of their order form, and receive with their membership a copy of the 2012 LIBERTY ANNUAL, featuring stories by Matt Wagner, Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon, Craig Thompson, and many more!
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