By Greg Pak
I’ve added three more items to the Heroes4Haiti initiative to sell original art, services, or books via eBay’s charity tools to benefit Haiti relief.
Click here to bid on the entire run of “Planet Hulk” in single issues, signed by writer Greg Pak. Auction also includes key extras such as “Amazing Fantasy” v2 #15 (first appearance of Amadeus Cho) and “What If: Planet Hulk.”
Click here to bid on “World War Hulk” #1, signed by writer Greg Pak, penciller John Romita, Jr., and inker Klaus Janson.
Click here to bid on “Incredible Hulk” #112 and “Incredible Hercules” #113-115, the first story arc of the “Incredible Hercules” saga, all signed by writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente and artist Khoi Pham.
And click here to check out the previous listing of “Planet Hulk” concept art by yours truly.
All funds received will go to Doctors Without Borders via the eBay charity system.
Check out the auctions from other creators at Heroes4Haiti.com — and absolutely feel free to donate directly to Doctors Without Borders if you’re so inclined by clicking the image below.
By Greg Pak
Heroes4Haiti is an initiative organized by Mike Cavallaro to encourage comic book creators to sell original art, services, or books via eBay’s charity tools to benefit Haiti relief.
I’m kicking in with original character design concept art that I created during the “Planet Hulk” run. There are two pieces of art being sold together. The featured characters are Miek and his “Native King” daddy and the “Green King” Hulk. These images were published in the collected edition of “Planet Hulk” — here’s your chance to own the originals! All funds received will go to Doctors Without Borders via the eBay charity system.
Click here to check out the listing — and please spread the word to anyone you think might be interested!
And please note this is just a five day listing — I’m hoping to get the dollars out the door fast. So don’t hesitate — bid today!
Also, feel free to check out the auctions from other creators at Heroes4Haiti.com.
And absolutely feel free to donate directly to Doctors Without Borders if you’re so inclined by clicking the image below.
By Greg Pak
Heidi MacDonald has just passed on word about Heroes 4 Haiti, a website organized by artist Mike Cavallaro with a plan for how comic book creators can help raise money for Haiti relief. The idea is for individual creators to create their own eBay auctions using the eBay charity tools to sell art or books. The proceeds will then go directly to Haiti relief. Creators can then post links to their auctions at the Heroes 4 Haiti site.
Sounds like a great idea and I’ll try to contribute shortly.
Click here for more info and to find links to the current Heroes 4 Haiti auctions.
Click here for other ways to donate.
By Greg Pak
If you have a cell phone, text messaging capabilities, and five or ten bucks to spare, right now is the time to donate towards relief for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. It’s incredibly easy. From Wyclef Jean’s website:
… you can use your cell phone to text â€œYeleâ€ to 501501, which will automatically donate $5 to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund (it will be charged to your cell phone bill)…
And from the Red Cross website:
The public can also help by texting â€œHaitiâ€ to 90999 to send a $10 donation to the Red Cross, through an effort backed by the U.S. State Department. Funds will go to support American Red Cross relief efforts in Haiti.
Other great places to donate include Doctors Without Borders and UNICEF. For more suggestions, check out the lists at Hullabaloo, CNN, and MSNBC. Finally, take care to avoid the scammers, who will soon be out in force with fake websites and emails — but please don’t let that stop you from donating to any of the legitimate relief efforts above or by clicking on the Doctors Without Borders image below.
By Greg Pak
My feature film “Robot Stories” opens with a story called “My Robot Baby,” in which Tamlyn Tomita and James Saito have to take care of a robot baby before they’re allowed to adopt a real one. The world might be catching up. Via Designboom:
yotaro is an interactive robot that portrays a variety of facial expressions, movements and physiological characteristics all natural to babies. the device reacts to the user through a sophisticated emotion-control system that watches and senses what they are doing and provides an accompanying reaction. that baby can do a variety of things that make it much more sophisticated than the standard baby training dolls, like crying real tears on its 2-d face.
See the video below for more.
It’s Election Day! So exercise your right and fulfill your responsibility by VOTING!
And for all the comics fans in the house, see below for an inspirational video from Patricio Ginelsa — featuring comic book artist Whilce Portacio!