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    Guardians Month: Sina Grace

    By | July 31st, 2014
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    Guardians of the Galaxy is coming August 1, and July is going to be a celebration of all things Guardians AND a special benefit art month for Bill Mantlo here at Multiversity. All month, we’ll be posting Guardians-related pieces created by some of our favorite artists, and at the end of the month there will be an auction of many of the pieces of original art to help the man who created Rocket Raccoon, Bill Mantlo. It’s going to be an exciting month, but you can help Bill even if you don’t bid on any art. Read more about Bill and his story here, and if you feel moved to donate to Bill yourself, you can do so by clicking here.

    Sina Grace is probably best known as the artist for Image’s “Li’l Depressed Boy,” but is currently working on “Burn the Orphanage: Reign of Terror” for Image. At New York Comic Con 2012, Sina released “Not My Bag,” an autobiographical tale of working in retail, and he has written and illustrated several indie series as well. The former editorial director of Skybound, Robert Kirkman’s Image imprint, Sina’s artwork has also been used by bands such as Rilo Kiley and Childish Gambino. You can follow him on Twitter (@SinaGrace), or visit his website or Tumblr.

    Sina’s piece will be auctioned off later this summer to benefit Bill Mantlo. Stay tuned for auction information!

    If you are a professional artist interested in donating a piece for the auction, please email brian@multiversitycomics.com or david@multiversitycomics.com for more details.

    //TAGS | Guardians Month

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