It’s WEEK TWO of the SPIRIT OF GIVING Holiday Drive, and we have some very cool items to add to the campaign!
Every week from now through December, CBLDF is proud to offer new exclusives, all benefiting the Fund! Last week included a BPAL Neil Gaiman Imp’s Ear assortment, signed Frank Quitely items, a Southern Bastards exclusives set, and Bill Gaines Was Right merch. These sets are only available while supplies last!
Check back every Wednesday for even more exciting premiums celebrating the Spirit of Giving in defense of Free Speech!
When you support CBLDF’s Spirit of Giving drive, The Will & Ann Eisner Family Foundation will make a contribution of $2 for every donation and gift order placed on CBLDF’s website. In addition, they will contribute $10 for each new membership and $5 for every renewing membership made from now until December 31!
This week, we premiere a gorgeous set from the ever-talented Brandon Graham; the Hip-Hop Family Tree set, signed by Ed Piskor; and the Comics Code Authority gift set!
This gift set is a variety of items from Brandon Graham, the acclaimed cartoonist of the highly influential graphic novels King City and Multiple Warheads, and the driving force behind the genre-bending science fiction series Prophet.
This set starts with a CBLDF-exclusive sketchbook that premiered this year at SPX, and includes either…
The Complete Multiple Warheads, including the original adult short story, the 2007 one-shot, all-new material from Multiple Warheads: Down Fall and Multiple Warheads #1-4.
The long-awaited collection of the complete King City, full of comic book games, puzzles and wordplay! King City, an underbelly of a town run by spy gangs and dark dark magic, with mystery down every alleyway, is a modern classic and collected for a limited time. This volume collects King City #1-12
These editions are signed and sketched! Get yours here.
Either personalized, or personalized with a sketch by artist Ed Piskor, this explosively entertaining, encyclopedic history will school you on the old school, taking you back to the early days of the music genre that changed global culture.
This item comes personalized — and for higher donations it comes with a sketch — by artist Ed Piskor! Get schooled here.
Featuring the classic approval stamp of the Comics Code Authority, an image that was the industry standard for voluntary censorship for decades and now a nostalgic reminder of vintage comics, the power of this logo is both charming and also a dark reminder of stricter days.
In 2011, the CBLDF took ownership of the Comics Code Seal, and we have since used the image to raise funds for our free speech work.
This set includes a variety of items, including a ceramic mug, a travel mug, a water bottle, and an iPhone 5 case! Stick it to the authority here!