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Radical Joins TFAW in Supporting the CBLDF

Join Radical Publishing in our 2nd year supporting the SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction and the First Amendment rights of the comics community.

A select number of our creators will be donating original pieces of art to the event, which the CBLDF will auction off during San Diego Comic-Con. You can also get this artwork as exclusive limited-edition autograph cards, which you can collect at SDCC!

Our donated collection includes:

David Hine
(FVZA, Ryder on the Storm)

For the second year in a row, artist/writer David Hine has pledged to support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund by contributing a sketch to their annual auction at San Diego Comic-Con. That’s right, Hine has signed on to our Second Annual SDCC Autograph Card/CBLDF Auction event! As a returnee from 2009, we are thrilled to welcome him back. Not only will he be creating limited-edition autograph cards from his donated art, but 100% of the proceeds of his original sketch will be used to support the First Amendment rights of the comics community!

Get more information on David Hine and the CBLDF by clicking here.

Nick Percival
(Legends: The Enchanted)

Percival is the creator of Legends: The Enchanted, a dark, steampunk take on traditional fairytales from Radical Publishing. You can view an exclusive interview with Percival and along with some amazing pinups here. Percival will be creating an original sketch that he will donate to the CBLDF San Diego auction this summer, and we will be taking his sketch–as well as those from our other generous publishers and creators–and creating special limited-edition autograph cards.

Get more information on Nick Percival and the CBLDF by clicking here.

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