Jim Lee Donates Wall To Help Oliver Nome

Artist Oliver Nome is looking for help with his medical bills, after being diagnoesed with brain tumor, and undergoing a successful operation. However, Oliver, as a freelance comics artist, didn’t have the health insurance to cover the operation and is facing a bill of between $75,000 and $100,000.

To help raise funds, Jim Lee has donated the massive Grifter “sketch” that used to be part of the Wildstorm office walls in La Jolla, measuring three feet by seven feet, on drywall, cut away and preserved when the Wildstorm offices were closed.

The item will be sold on eBay and can be picked up, if possible , at San Diego Comic Con.

For those that would like to donate a piece of artwork or simply contribute, contact Mga1wars and Bob or mail;

G Alexandropoulos
870 Worcester Street
Wellesley, Mass, 02482

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