Cartoonists Draw Blood Panel at Baltimore Comic-Con 2018



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Welcome back to the Carolyn and Joe Show — join us as we attempt to save to world!

Take a listen to the audio we recorded during the CARTOONISTS DRAW BLOOD panel from Sunday, September 30 at Baltimore Comic-Con 2018 featuring our special guest from American Red Cross Wes Haynes. Comic creators Troy-Jeffrey Allen, Chris Flick, Carolyn Belefski, and Steve Artley were also able to attend the panel and discuss their roles in the project and what drives them to give back.

Join artists from “Cartoonists Draw Blood” and National Cartoonists Society as they discuss our partnership with the American Red Cross. Since 2013, Carolyn Belefski has organized several of the finest cartoonists in the Washington, DC area to devote their time and talents to sketch for blood donors annually. The reason is simple: it’s a great opportunity for cartoonists to serve their community while showcasing their art skills and encouraging blood donation – a single donation has the potential to save as many as three lives! The “Cartoonists Draw Blood” crew has expanded their activities beyond the drive by exhibiting work in gallery shows and producing anthology books. Learn about how they create their projects and how you have the potential to create comics for good.

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