Michael Golden Hulk Smashing into Pittsburgh Comic Con Auction!

Sun, April 29th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

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Official Press Release

Pittsburgh--This just in. The Pittsburgh Comic Con taking place this weekend, April 27-29th in Monroeville, PA is hosting it's amazing charity auction to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation this Saturday, and Michael Golden's heart-pounding rendition of the savage Hulk will be smashing in to add some mean-green-machine muscle to the worthwhile occasion.

Measuring an ample 24x24, this canvas giclee by Golden is an artist proof of 1/1 signed by the creator, and features his rendition of a classic rampaging Hulk dealing with a little rush hour traffic. It's a perfect Golden piece to appear as this same work has just been selected for inclusion in the renowned magazine, "Spectrum 14," not to mention that Golden is the main designer for all the Hulk signage at Universal Orlando. Yup, that Hulk in the Orlando airport is indeed a Golden!

This is a rare opportunity to own a Hulk piece by Rogue's co-creator and help a great charity all at the same time. And, as if you needed another reason: ON THE BACK of this stretched cotton canvas, available only at the Pittsburgh Comic Con charity auction, is an original Michael Golden sketch!!! We suggest framing this piece so that you can also display the original pencils bursting from the seams of this fantastic piece of artwork.

And, as mentioned, it's all for a terrific cause--Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, reaching more than 144,000 children worldwide, and becoming one of the world's most well-known charities while maintaining it's grassroots ideals. As the Foundation continues to mature, it's mission will remain steadfast; working so that children of the past, present, and future will have an opportunity to share the power of a wish. (Visit www.wish.org for more information.)

While Golden won't be on hand at the Pittsburgh show this year, you can bid on this work as well as pieces by many attending artists, at the auction scheduled for Saturday, April 28th from 7:00-10:00 pm. For more information on the Pittsburgh Comic Con and possible proxy bidding on this piece, contact pcomicon@floodcity.net or visit www.PittsbughcomiCon.com

 
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