Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) September 24, 2014
Vet Tix, a national nonprofit foundation that provides free event tickets to currently serving military, veterans and their family members, announced that the organization is to host an online auction of special blank cover comic books, limited to only (50) issues, of “Lady Death;” a comic book series created by Brian Pulido - in support of their deserving veterans, benefiting the Hero’s Wish program.
The Lady Death Anniversary Project will feature select artists’ portrayals of Lady Death in this limited edition installment of the classic comic book. Popular artists such as Mark Brooks, Marc Silvestri, Whilce Portacio, Jay Anacleto, Humberto Ramos, Leinil Francis Yu, Frank Cho, Brandon Peterson, J. Scott Campbell, Clayton Crane, Phillip Tan and many others have been invited to participate in the anniversary collaboration. Once completed, the comic book covers will be scanned and posted for all to enjoy. The books will also be sent to CGC to be Signature Series graded prior to auctions.
“We at Vet Tix are looking forward to the outcome of this project and grateful for the generous donation made by the artists and everyone involved in the Lady Death anniversary project,” said Michael Focareto, Vet Tix founder and U.S. Navy veteran, “It’s a creative and awesome program to be involved with.”
These one of a kind Comic book covers will be auctioned on eBay under the seller ID "vet-tix" in mid-October. For more information follow Lady Death’s fan event page on Facebook. A hundred percent of the funds raised from the auction will go towards granting the wishes submitted to Veteran Tickets Foundation - Hero's Wish Program.
About Veteran Tickets Foundation
Veteran Tickets Foundation (Vet Tix) is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation supporting our military community. Vet Tix provides free event tickets to currently serving military, veterans and family members of those killed in action to sporting events, concerts, performing arts and family activities. Our military and veterans experience many difficult transitions as they reintegrate into their families, communities, and eventually, into civilian life. Attending events improves morale, strengthens family bonds through shared interests and encourages service members to stay engaged with local communities and American life. In gratitude for their service and to support their reintegration, Vet Tix is dedicated to giving back to those who gave us so much. Please visit our web site at http://www.VetTix.org Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.