Comic Creators For Freedom 2013!


I’m proud to say that I am participating in Comic Creators for Freedom for my second year!!  What is CCfF you ask?  Well let me tell you!

CCfF is a group of Comic Book Creators, who have come together, volunteering our artistic talents to raise money for the purpose of ending human trafficking in the world today. There are currently 27 million enslaved people worldwide- more than double the number of enslaved Africans during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. UNICEF estimates that 1.2 million children every year are sold into slavery, most of it sexual. The US Department of Justice estimates 16,000 victims of human trafficking are brought into the United States every year.

Webcomic Creators from all over the world are working together on a single drawing which will be available as a downloadable wallpaper for readers who donate to our fund raising drive! December 2nd-14th!
Want to participate?  Find out what you need to do to get involved here!

Each year, since CCfF has started, Comic Creators contribute their characters to build a themed wall paper!  There’s also extra goodies through certain creator’s campaigns if you donate through them! (I was unable to do so this year) Think of all the amazing exclusives you could see from your favourite comic artists!!  So please consider donating a little and get your own wallpaper for this year’s theme of “Awkward School Photos”! If you are unable to donate financially, consider passing the word along! The campaign for donations is HERE.

One person alone won’t accomplish much, but together… we can really make a difference.


  1. David Argall says:

    Granted, one is too many, but
    the number of identified victims (or convicted traffickers) is far less than the official claim (by the U.S. State Department)
    The advocates suggest a number of excuses, but we are talking hundreds vs thousands and the explanation is pretty clearly gross exaggeration.