Today we have something for readers that is not only a great M.A.S.K. update, but also good for the world. Comic book artist, David Pugh, worked on M.A.S.K. comics published in the UK. He is now making that original art available to the public with the proceeds going to Bus Fare, a charity created by Pugh himself. Here is an excerpt from Pugh’s page:
“Bus Fare is a charity set up to help refugees and migrant workers visit their families, who have been separated by either political or economic necessity. It can also provide some pocket money to compensate for loss of wages, while they are travelling.”
It’s a great cause and boulder-hill.net is very happy to help spread the word. You can check out Pugh’s charity at Bus Fare, or view the Facebook page for it. And if you want to go directly to the artwork for sale (not just M.A.S.K., for the record), click here. The pieces are selling for £45 and £50 (approximately $70 to $78) plus shipping and packaging.