Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
In 24 hours, my fifth Blogathon will begin over at GraphiContent. For 24 hours, I will post every 30 minutes there — and every 90 here on Comics Should be Good — to raise money for the Hero Initiative. So far, $229 has been raised. You can donate and sponsor the Blogathon in a variety of ways:
* Direct donations to the Hero Initiative (click on the Pay Pal link)
* Purchasing products from their site, including annual memberships
* Purchasing products from their eBay store
* Donating funds to Peter David and his family through the Hero Initiative
This year, I will be joined by 15 other writers to discuss a variety of topics. The line-up: Tim Callahan, Tucker Stone, David Brothers, Alec Berry, Brian Cronin, Graeme McMillan, Jeff Lester, Tim O’Neil, Ryan K. Lindsay, Adam Langton, Matt Brady, Ales Kot, Shawn Starr, Kaitlin Tremblay, and Augie de Blieck, Jr.
At this point, I think that says it all. 24 hours of great writing about comics, all for a fantastic cause. If you choose to sponsor us, send me an e-mail at chevett13[AT]yahoo[DOT]ca so I can keep track. And join us one day from now, 9am EST, for my fifth and final Blogathon.
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