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After a battle with cancer and a spotlight provided by the HERO Initiative, the former comic book and animation writer met a sudden tragic end as friends and colleagues move to keep his memory alive with fans.
Hero Initiative volunteers talk about their experiences working with the charity, what it means to them and the creators it helps, how they became involved, different ways that other fans can participate and more.
Steve Perry, the writer of "Thundercats," "Silverhawks," "Time Spirits" and more, discusses how the Hero Initiative helped him when he needed it the most and talks about how to best support the organization.
Archie Comics has joined with Hero Initiative to create 50 one-of-a-kind covers by 50 artists, to be auctioned off online. CBR has an exclusive look at the covers by Jim Mahfood, Jim Valentino and Agnes Garbowska.
Courtesy of Hero Initiative, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ed Hannigan: Covered," a benefit book hitting stores next Wednesday, January 13th, with all proceeds going to help the iconic artist of the '70s and '80s.
In February, the Hero Initiative will publish "The Invincible Gene Colan", a retrospective covering the career of one of the legends of the comics industry. CBR News spoke with Colan about the project and the long career that led up to it.
Ed Hannigan, one of the artistic mainstays of Marvel's Bullpen of the '70s and '80s, suffers from multiple sclerosis. CBR spoke with Hero Initiative's Jim McLauchlin about Ed's situation and their upcoming "Ed Hannigan: Covered."
The Hero Initiative has announced a series of signing events in support of the release of their "Wolverine: Weapon X 100 Project" collection, featuring artwork by Art Adams, J. Scott Campbell, Neal Adams, and more.
CBR is proud to present an exclusive look at 35 covers by 25 artists from the Hero Initiative's "Wolverine: Weapon X 100 Project," featuring art from Arthur Adams to Mike Deodato and many other artists in between!!
The Hero Initiative heads to San Diego to Celebrate Comic-Con's 40th year, with parties with Stan Lee on the CBR Yacht, Jim Lee, Darwyn Cooke, and the premiere release of "Hero Comics."