Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 22 weeks ago

EIC Matt McGloin Joins The Walking Dead For Movember Charity! Win An Appearance In The Comic Book!



If you didn't know, this month sees men across the world - and I suppose women - calling attention to prostrate cancer by not shaving for the entire month of November.

Dubbed "No Shave November," participants are supposed to shave on October 31st and for the entire month of November let it grow!

There are variations, such as not shaving your mustache or goatee, but the general idea is to raise funds for the Movember charity.

Now, The Walking Dead is getting in on Movember by offering a chance to win an actual appearance in The Walking Dead comic book drawn by artist Charlie Adlard!

How cool is that!

To enter, head on over to GallyeryofMo.com where you can purchase a ticket for a chance to win.

There's only around 350 tickets left and they only cost a British Pound each ($1.61) so grab them before a Walker grabs you!

Once all the tickets are gone, a winner will be selected.

I've already donated and entered for a chance to win, won't you join me?

The Walking Dead received the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International. It’s a great comic series that has now been adapted into a popular TV show. The winner of this prize will have a zombie/bad guy mo’trait created by Charlie and then appear in the Walking Dead comic book! This prize is a one off and brilliant for any Zombie or Walking Dead Fans!


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