Local creators collaborate in the name of charity to show how kids see the world in their clever, truthful, warped and unique way. Net proceeds benefit Free the Children.
At Hal-Con 2010, Peter Chiykowski and I discussed ways to work together on a comic. I suggested an anthology and asked a few others at the show to gauge initial interest. Once Peter introduced the charity, things really took shape.
Update 01: Here is a thank-you card we received from Free the Children for our efforts.
Update 02: Here is a video we received from Free the Children for our efforts.
All ages; fans of Looney Tunes
Trade paperback; anthology (48 pages)
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