Original Comic Art By Mark Bagley, Tom Raney, & More Being Sold To Benefit CBLDF

Dynamic Forces CEO Nick Barucci is selling original comic book art pieces from his personal [...]

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Dynamic Forces CEO Nick Barucci is selling original comic book art pieces from his personal collection, with a portion of the profit going to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. This includes works by artists like Tom Raney, Mark Bagley, Scott Hanna, and Patrick Zircher, and from titles like The Outsiders, The Punisher, Uncanny X-Men, Ultimate Spider-Man, The Order, Robin, and others.

"Art collecting has been a passion of mine for years," says Barrucci in a press release. "For the past 30 years, I have been picking up pieces from my favorite artists whenever I can.  I look at my collection on a regular basis, as I love to appreciate the form, and I was looking at some of these pages by great artists including Mark Bagley, Patrick Zircher and one of my favorite contemporary art teams - Tom Raney and Scott Hanna, and thought that while I have a great collection, I couldn't possibly appreciate it all properly, as with Mark, Patrick, Tom and Scott I have over 400 pages of these fantastic artists and a few other incredible contemporary artists.  I had contemplated selling these via auction houses, but realized that many fans may not have access to original art, and thought it would be cool to offer to the comics fan base first.  This is the ultimate one-of-a-kind comics collectible as there is only one of each piece of original art, which is why we need to fill each order randomly…I just felt like it was a good time to let more fans experience what I have and own a piece of the comics they love so much, " says Barrucci. "And we can help out a good cause in the process."

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"Nick's sincere enthusiasm for comics shines through in everything he does, and we're honored that he continues to advocate for the CBLDF's important work with projects like this one." says Charles Brownstein of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, via press release. 

Rather than order a specific page, fans can choose a specific artist, and receive a randomly selected piece of that artist's original artwork. Each random page will be available at $75.00 plus shipping and handling.