The ZOOP crowdfunding platform is launching Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds anthology, that includes prime comedian e book creators, to boost cash to help reduction efforts within the worn nation. Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, marking a significant escalation within the battle. All proceeds from the Comics for Ukraine marketing campaign can be donated to refugees.
Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds
On April 18th, 2022, ZOOP introduced that greater than three dozen comic-book writers, artists, colorists, letterers, designers, and editors are contributing to a assortment of all-new comic-book tales to boost cash to help refugees in Ukraine. Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds is a profit anthology edited by Special Projects Editor at IDW, Scott Dunbier (who has also been looking for Ukrainian artists), with all proceeds going to Operation USA. The e book can be full-color, 96 pages, 8 x 12 inches, and will probably be accessible in each hardcover and softcover editions.
“Like everyone, I have been sickened by the atrocities perpetrated on the Ukrainian people for nearly two months,” stated Dunbier, editor, “and I had to do something, anything, to try and help. The comic-book community is full of good and caring people who have stepped up to say, ‘I stand with Ukraine,’ and to contribute to this book.”
From the official press the release, the anthology will embrace:
Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds options an unimaginable roster of comics expertise united below the mission of offering reduction to the war-torn Ukraine, which has suffered assaults from neighboring Russia since late February. There can be a number of variations accessible, a hardcover with a painted cowl by Alex Ross, and softcover variations by Arthur Adams, Dave Johnson, and Bill Sienkiewicz. At press time, tales can be created by a digital who’s who of writers and artists, together with Brent Anderson, Sergio Aragones, June Brigman, Kurt Busiek, Howard Chaykin, Joshua Dysart, Mark Evanier, Emil Ferris, Dave Gibbons, Rob Guillory, John Layman, Gabriel Rodriguez, Stan Sakai, Louise Simonson, Walter Simonson, Chris Sprouse, Jill Thompson, Matt Wagner, Mark Waid, and extra. For a full checklist of creators, together with colorists, letterers, and designers, please go to the campaign page.
All of the proceeds from the ZOOP crowdfunding marketing campaign for Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds will go to Operation USA’s Supporting Displaced Ukrainians efforts. According to the press release:
With the exception of arduous prices (printing, credit-card charges, advertising and marketing, and so on.) all the funds raised by Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds will profit the reduction efforts in Ukraine in partnership with Operation USA: https://www.opusa.org/developing-supporting-ukrainians/
“We at OpUSA are so grateful for the support of Mr. Dunbier and all artists and writers involved with this project,” says Mary Dolan, Director of Communications. “Operation USA is entirely privately funded, so projects such as Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds play a vital role in building our capacity to provide critical relief where needed most. Proceeds from this project will have a direct impact on the lives of those deeply affected by the ongoing war—improving conditions for Ukrainian refugees in Poland and other nearby countries via the provision of emergency grants and in-kind material aid. We thank all those involved in this meaningful project.”
Operation USA helps well being and education schemes to assist youngsters and households at house and overseas get better and thrive within the wake of disasters, illness, violence and endemic poverty. Every day, we try to satisfy the wants of under-served and neglected populations in order that future generations might have the instruments they should create significant change in their very own communities and lives. Working with companions world wide, we empower communities to get better, construct resiliency and thrive within the face of pervasive obstacles throughout a time of unprecedented world want. Since 1979, OpUSA has delivered $450 million in assist to 101 nations. Learn extra at opusa.org.
“We are proud to be partnering with Scott Dunbier again for another important project. It is our way to do our part to support the people of Ukraine. The comics community comes together in times of need, and we’re imploring them to come together again for this worthy cause,” stated ZOOP CEO and Co-founder Jordan Plosky.
To contribute to those efforts and preorder your copy of Comics for Ukraine: Sunflower Seeds, please go to https://zoop.gg/c/comicsforukraine at the moment! For extra data on the work of Operation USA, go to give.opusa.org.
Learn extra by watching the ZOOP marketing campaign video under:
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