Image creator Josh Medors has been battling cancer for some time, and it looks like his current treatment isn’t help, prompting him to look for alternate treatment.Â Josh doesn’t have medial insurance. To help with the medical expenses, Dave Kopecki is putting together an auction to help out.Â Check out the letter he sent out, and if you can help, please do.
Boom! Studios is on a role lately with all the properties it has been acquiring to turn into comics.Â Announced over the weekend that the first title released in the partnership with Fox Atomic Comics will be the running zomibe thriller 28 Days Later. Initial launch story will be firmly based in 28 DAYS LATER continuity with the first arc focusing on Selena. Bridging the gap between 28 DAYS LATER and 28 WEEKS LATER, a few key questions will be answered along the way: what happened to Selena after 28 DAYS LATER? How did Selena happen upon the machete she
Those heading up to the Emerald City ComiCon this weekend in Seattle, Washington, should stop by the Boom! Studios booth, say “Hi” to everyone working, and get some autographs from the creators on hand.Â Boom! sent Major Spoilers the breakdown of the show exclusives, and word on the panel it is hosting Saturday afternoon.
Last week at the Emerald City Comic Con, the organizers and Frazetta Comics put together an auction to benefit Josh Medors’ fight with cancer. The best part about the entire event is it raised over $10,000 for Josh’s medical bills. â€œThe response of the comics community and fans alike has been amazing,â€ Medors said. “The money raised not only helps out with medical expenses, but it also takes a great weight off my shoulders and helps me focus on what positives I can. I could never thank everyone enough for what they have done for me.â€ What started off with