Comic creators rally to help Japanese disaster victims

(with thanks to The Emperor over on the downthetubes Forum): Regular readers will recall our announcement about a Charity Comic organised by the Comic Book Alliance to raise funds for the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami (see news story).

In addition to that, here’s a rundown of just some of the many charity projects or offerings being made by comic creators to raise funds…

From Tharg’s droids:

Leigh Gallagher‘s contribution is offering to draw your favourite 2000AD character and is contributing to the Genre for Japan, a science fiction, fantasy and horror auction in aid of the Red Cross Japanese Tsunami Appeal which ends today (at midnight BST, Sunday 3rd April)

Frazer Irving is offering a unique print of the cover he did for the Solaris Books novel Kultus

Al Ewing is giving his fans the chance to appear in his next Pax Britannica novel Pax Omega

The folks on the 2000AD forum have come up with a few offerings:

A 4-page Jikan story (the character from Paragon comics) with a number of small pressers chipping in

Wayne Simmons is offering a number of copies of his zombie novel Flu

Duncan Fegredo has  a Hellboy drawing up as part of Dark Horse’s fund-raising for the Red Cross’ efforts in Japan

Neill Cameron has begun his Awesome Japan A-Z (see news story)

• For the Comic Book Alliance, contributors signed up include Jon Haward and many others

• For more information about the CBA project read our news story; if you would like to take part please contact Tim Pilcher by email via for further details about formats, deliveries, or any other questions you might have. 

• The Comic Book Alliance:

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