Posts Tagged ‘comics’
November 9, 2018 6:30 pm
Posted by: Matthews

We would like to welcome back MomoCon as a sponsor to Desert Bus For Hope 2018. Momocon donated a bunch of video game and comic content for y’all this year!


MomoCon opened it’s doors to the public for the first time in 2005 as a free convention in Atlanta, GA. Since then, MomoCon has risen to become one of the largest anime conventions in North America.

MomoCon is an all-ages convention with a focus on Japanese and American animation, comics, video games and tabletop games, and the best of fandom to their fellow fans.

Thank you, MomoCon, for your continued support of Desert Bus for Hope.

November 22, 2017 5:42 am
Posted by: Tim

We’ve got just under four and a half hours on three silent auctions! As the bus rolls along, we’re always running silent auctions on our website with cool items to win. Here’s what we’re running right now…

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If you’re interested in any of these, be sure to sign up for a donor account and head over to the Silent Auctions page. From there, you can also check out what silent auctions will be coming up over the next couple of days. These silent auctions will be running until 10am PST.

November 13, 2016 1:26 pm
Posted by: Mike



Inspired by our spectacular Marvel Comics lot, Matt has issued an art contest!

The premise: civil war has gripped Desert Bus for Hope, and we want you to illustrate it! We want a comic book cover that illustrates the different factions (who’s fighting on each side?), and the core conflict over which they are divided!

You have until 6pm Pacific to get your cover in! To enter, email [email protected]USE THE SUBJECT LINE “DESERT BUS CIVIL WAR,” and include the screen or chat name you’d like us to call you if you’re the winner!

Good luck artists!

November 17, 2013 6:59 pm
Posted by: Mike

Call your bosom buddies, take a break from your bachelor party, and quit working on that money pit for a minute, we have big news that’s sure to make a splash! We present below Kathleen and LeeLee’s excellent ’80s Tom Hanks comics.