Comics: Do Your Bit For The CBLDF

The solicitations are up for Image comics in July, but there is only one book to point out, as reinforced by Scott Dunbier’s post about it:

LIBERTY COMICS: A CBLDF BENEFIT BOOK (ONE-SHOT)

Quoteth the blurb:

DEFEND YOUR LIBERTY!
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Image Comics defend your freedom of speech with LIBERTY COMICS, an all-new 32-page, full color comic book crammed cover-to-cover with work by many of today’s top creative talents. This mature readers anthology is printed in a high quality format and features all-new stories of THE BOYS and CRIMINAL as well as all-new creations from some of your favorite artists. All proceeds benefit the CBLDF and their efforts to protect your creative rights!

Or, to put it in the more immediate terms of Scott’s post:

Stories by:
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips provide a CRIMINAL tale
Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson bring us THE BOYS
Mark Millar & John Paul Leon give us their take on DRACULA
Darwyn Cooke delivers something entirely new
Mark Evanier & Sergio Aragones take us on a tour of the CBLDF

Additional material by:
Arthur Adams, J. Bone, and Rick Vietch (The return of BRAT PACK!)

A great line-up and all for a good cause, to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. There is really no excuse not to buy it, so make sure your local comic book shop orders you a copy and comes out on 23 July 2008 for $3.99 of the weak Yankee dollar. Be entertained and feel a contented glow from being charitable; you know it makes sense.

(Just in case you are confused – it is only one book but it has two covers, as shown here. Don’t want you to get the wrong idea.)

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