Auction to benefit injured retailer
BOOM! Studios and iFanboy.com are running auctions to benefit David Pirkola, the comic-book retailer recently shot during a robbery.
Artist Jeffrey Brown (“Clumsy”) is a friend and customer of Pirkola, of Kentwood, Michigan. Brown is auctioning off Warhammer 40,000 tribute art to benefit Pirkola here. Brown is offering the piece in conjunction with iFanboy.com and BOOM! Studios.
Brown directed Death Cab For Cutie’s “Your Heart Is An Empty Room” musical video and has also appeared on NPR’s “This American Life.” His latest book, “Little Things,” was released last month
“I became a father a year and a half ago, so it’s been a while since I’ve had the time to field my Ultramarines force or let my epic scale ork gargants rampage across the battlefield,” said Brown in a release. “I keep up with the comics, novels, and White Dwarf magazine, but spend more time playing with buses and trucks now. It was a great experience to work on this page and get back to the game that I love, and it was even better knowing I could help David by doing it.”
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