Last week Sunday, comic book creator Reilly Brown and his partner were gifted with a happy baby boy.
The next Saturday, their block in Hoboken caught on fire, they left for Reilly's grandmother's house and watched their home, as it filled with smoke, on the news.
No one died, it seems everyone is safe. But they returned to this.
They have suffered considerable damage from smoke and water, all their belongings were saturated in smoke, and as well as books and clothes, they have had to throw out all their new baby things.
Insurance will help us out a bit, but not enough to cover everything that needs to be cleaned, everything that needs to be replaced, as well as the moving expenses. I'm confident that we'll figure something out one way or the other, but for the people who have asked how they can help, I'll humbly direct you toward my art dealer's site, www.AnthonysComicBookArt.com/artistgalleryroom.asp… – a few extra sales there could go a long way.
You can also book commissions from Reilly Brown here for upcoming shows, and pay in advance.
And he will be selling his convention sketchbooks digitally, right here, for whatever price you are willing to pay.
I think you should be willing to pay a decent amount.