To do 10/10/13 (and where your friendly neighborhood FPNYC manager will be headed after our Adventure Time gig tomorrow night): Dynamite Entertainment and The Beat’s NYCC Welcome Party and Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Member Drive!
“Come join comics’ greatest creators and Be Counted as a member of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund at the Smithfield in the heart of NYC! This party is free for all CBLDF members, and if you join or renew at the event you’ll get in for free and receive special gifts from Dynamite & CBLDF! Donors joining or renewing their CBLDF Membership at the $50 level or higher will receive a free open bar wristband, while supplies last!”
Come out for a good cause and hobnob with the really, really, ridiculously good looking people in the comic industry!
Thursday, October 10, 2013
8:00 – 11:00 p.m.
215 West 28th Street (Between 7th and 8th Avenues)
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is looking volunteers to help in their midtown NYC offices, Wednesday December 7th, andThursday, December 8th. If you are available, and can help, we need people to fill shifts from11am – 3pm, and 3pm – 7pm.
Forbidden Planet has graciously offered to supply a Gift Bag with a $25 value to every volunteer that can make it in for a shift!
This important project is part of a donation drive that will benefit our current case work, defending an American citizen unjustly facing a year in Canadian prison, because of the comic book content on his laptop hard drive. If you believe that no one should go to prison for reading comics, now is the time to show your support!
Please contact email@example.com with the subject line “VOLUNTEER“, or call us at 212-679-7151, if you want to volunteer. Please include in your message your contact information, and when you are available to help!
Coming this Tuesday, April 5th… comic artist superstar Frank Quitely (We3, Batman and Robin) in conversation with Jose Villarrubia (Conan, Batman Year 100) a few blocks away from Forbidden Planet!
Forbidden Planet’s hawking advance tickets in-store. They’re also available from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, who have prints and signed postcards to commemorate the event.