Flood


Author STEPHEN KING at the Los Angeles premiere of The Manchurian Candidate. July 22, 2004

Stephen King Fan’s Amazing Collection Ruined in Flood

Stephen King has one of the biggest followings and fandoms in publishing history. One such fan is named Gerald Winters. Winters has spent the last twenty years collecting everything from manuscripts to first editions of the horror king’s novels. He even moved from Thailand to the Bangor, Maine with the intention to open a rare […]

2 Tone Comics Launches Its Flood Emergency Appeal

2 Tone Comics, the comic store in Hebden Bridge that was the victim of floods over Christmas, is launching an appeal on eBay. They’re limited to what they can put up at any one time, so you might want to bookmark their store. But it currently includes original art from Bryan Talbot (I just took it […]

Fundraising Efforts To Help Out The Flooded 2 Tone Comics

Bleeding Cool has run a couple of stories on 2 Tone Comics, the comic shop in Hebden Bridge near Leeds that was the subject of major flooding over Christmas. Well, people are stepping up. A fundraising page has already had over £2500 in funds pledged by concerned citizens. Tony and Mandy’s independent comic book store […]

Steve Niles House Flooded – Paypal Account Set Up To Help

Horror Master Steve Niles moved to Austin Texas about a year back where he could continue his Friday night Scrabble sessions with Legendary artist Bernie Wrightson. Last night a storm passed through the area and flooded his house. Word is that Steve, Monica and all the animals are fine – Gil the turtle was in […]