Weird WWII “Super J” charity figure now available
Weird WWII now has their “Super J” charity figure up online.
Click the link. Read the story and hopefully give to a good cause.
From the website:
This gaming mini was made in the image of our son Jason and his sidekick, Snakie. Jason was born with a rare genetic disease called Friedreich’s Ataxia. This is a degenerative disease that attacks many areas of the body, including the brain, spinal cord and heart. There is currently no treatment for Friedreich’s Ataxia and it is a life-shortening illness, so we’re trying to raise money for the Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA). This organization is our only hope for a cure.
Jason has a quickly advancing case and is losing his ability to walk, see and speak clearly. He also suffers from heart disease and skeletal problems. Since there is currently no treatment for Friedreich’s Ataxia, raising money for FARA is really our only recourse. Jason is a happy boy enjoying a great childhood and we want him in our lives as long as possible! As many of you know, I use to own What The?! Miniatures and it was my son’s diagnosis that led me to sell it off so that I could better make him more comfortable. Since he loves minis we thought his own mini would be awesome! We are selling Super J minis on eBay, where all proceeds will be automatically donated to FARA through MissionFish.
Aaron Brown was kind enough to donate his time and skills to sculpt Super J for us and Forrest Harris generously cast Super J for us, free of charge. We are very grateful for their help!
The Super J mini comes unpainted and is in the 28mm range (actually 18mm in height since his just a little kid after all) on a round 20mm slot base. The one pictured here was painted by my pal Simon Bradley.
For $10, with free shipping, you can get a great miniature for a great cause!