Sam Glanzman Has Entered Hospice Care and Needs Our Help

We’ve received word that comic artist Sam Glanzman is having some health issues and needs our help. As relayed to us via Drew Ford:

Legendary Golden Age comic book artist, and WWII veteran, Sam Glanzman has entered the first stages of Hospice care. He had a fall that resulted in a surgery, and his body just isn’t bouncing back. His wife asked me to put together a tribute book for Sam while he is still alive, so that is what I am doing. I am looking for tributes for the book, and I am looking for donations for the GoFundMe campaign we set up to raise the funds we need to print the book, and help out Sam and Sue in their time of need.  Any comic book professionals, or serious fans of Sam Glaznman, who would like to send in a tribute (writing and/or art) should send your tribute to drewfordcomics@gmail.com, with this in the subject line: SAM GLANZMAN TRIBUTE – LAST NAME, FIRST NAME

Here is a link to the GoFundMe campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/samglanzman

Glanzman enterted the comic industry in 1939 during the Golden Age of comics. He worked for Centaur Publications, Harvey Comics, Charlton Comics, DC Comics, Marvel, Topps Comics, even webcomics, and served in World War II in the U.S. Navy. Recently, Red Range which he worked with Joe Lansdale was released by It’s Alive and IDW Publishing.