I’m sure if I had left the headline as Prove Your a Freak and Win, we would have received a ton of very interesting entries.  Instead, this contents is put on by Image Comics to support its Proof title by Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo.

“Since issue number one, Riley and I have been blessed with a terrific fan base who often go out of their way with grassroots efforts to promote the series,” Grecian said. “The Prove You’re A PROOF Freak contest takes it one step further, by giving fans the chance to show off their fandom in a creative way – cut cardboard, sculpt ice, paint the side of your house, mow the logo into your corn field – do whatever it takes within legal means to show the world how much you love PROOF! Our favorite PROOF display could have three readers winning big!”

Proof_vol2_cover.jpgPhotos of entries are due to no later than 12:00 PM EST time on April 1st, 2009. The top ten entries will be published in PROOF, with the second runner up receiving a copy of PROOF #1 signed by Grecian and the first runner up receiving an original sketch by Rossmo. The Grand Prize winner will be drawn into PROOF as a Victorian-era circus freak, created using their name and likeness, and will receive a page of art from the issue they appear in! In addition, those entries done in conjunction with their local comic book shop will also award their store with a signed copy of PROOF #1 and an original page of PROOF art!

Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo are the sole judges of this contest. Their decision will be final. No purchase necessary. All photos sent in will become the property of Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo. The character based on the grand prize winner will also be the property of Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo. Image Comics is not responsible for contest results or displays. Visit the Proof forum at for updates.

via Image Comics


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