“Hawkeye” Pizza Dog shirts to benefit Futures Without Violence

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Hawkeye is becoming Matt Fraction’s pivotal Marvel work. The series is consistently grabbing new readers month after month and contending in five Eisner categories this year. Since the comic broke ground it has served as an agent for raising awareness in helping people, and Pizza Dog.

Who can forget the time Fraction decided to donate his incentive earnings from ‘Hawkeye’ issue seven to the American Red Cross in the wake of Hurricane Sandy? WeLoveFine.com has a new men’s and women’s t-shirt design based on David Aja’s art in the critically acclaimed Hawkeye #11 story that was told through the eyes of Clint Barton’s four legged rescued companion, Pizza Dog.

“We’ve received many many requests in recent weeks for a Pizza Dog-themed tee,” said Nicole Campos, PR rep for WeLoveFine.com website in a email. Which doesn’t surprise me considering the amount of love Pizza Dog is getting all over the web. He even has his own Twitter account for barking out loud.

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“As with the other designs which he has curated for us, Fraction’s commission for this design will be donated to Futures Without Violence, which works to prevent and end violence against women and children around the world,” according to the press release.

Incentive proceeds from Matt Fraction’s collection will be donated to the charity. Click here and view all the hip threads to choose from. Here’s the link for the ladies and fellas. Seriously, help a “BRO” out.

Henry Barajas is the co-creator, writer and letterer for El Loco and Captain Unikorn. He has also written and lettered short stories for two successful Kickstarter SpazDog Press projects: Unite and Take Over: Stories inspired by The Smiths and Break The Walls: Comic Stories inspired by The Pixies.  He is the Newsroom Research Assistant for The Arizona Daily Star and was nominated for the Shel Dorf Blogger of the Year award for his work at The Beat.  You can follow him on Twitter @HenryBarajas.

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