Walk With Sally’s 13th annual WLWN on July 20th celebrated their last year on the top of the Plaza while raising over $450,000 in support children of loved ones affected by cancer. Guests danced to live music from The Boogie Knights while enjoying bites from over 30 restaurants from across L.A., along with craft cocktails from our friends at Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Califino Tequila. The silent and live auctions were a huge success, both raising more than ever before! The funds raised will help Walk With Sally grow from supporting families in 53 cities to meeting the demand from children and families impacted by cancer in all 88 cities of Los Angeles County!
Behold a phenomenon so powerful, so incredible, so unstoppable, not even a kilo of Kryptonite could stop its momentum. We’re talking about comic book culture, a force more dynamic than Superman, Wonder Woman and the Hulk combined. From the sold-out summer cineplex to fanboy fever at July’s annual Comic-Con, the lasting impact of comic book art and interpretation cements its place in our popular culture. For some in the South Bay, comics are not just a passion, they are a way of life. Meet three locals who do their part to keep the comic book tradition alive for generations to come.