Here are some of the artist that have helped us out.

Don England, Steven J. Bejma, Brandon Williams, Rogar Scholz, Jim Demick, Ray Goode, Michael Wooley, Jessica Kobe, Jon Tucker, Haleigh Strasdin, Toni Lupanoff, Joshua King and Fun Button Press (Matt Walters)


Theme for 2017-2018 is Fairy Tales

So Fairy Tales is the next theme for Drawing for a Cure
Little Red Riding Hood – Don England
Rapunzel – Michael Wooley
Alice in Wonderland – Jon Tucker
Wizard of Oz – Scott Rosema
Peter Pan – Brandon Williams
Legend – Danny White
Nightmare before Christmas – Danny White — (released)
Three Little Pigs – Donovan Doyle — (coming soon)
Jack and the Beanstalk – David Patterson — (released)
Thumbeline – Jennifer Rose Evans – (coming soon)
Jungle Book- David Patterson — (released)
Princess and the Pea – Jesse Hughes
Robin Hood – Hannah Osborne — (coming soon)
Three Blind Mice – Donovan Doyle — (coming soon)
Hansel and Gretel – Stephanie Reese
? – Steven J Bejma (interested)
? – Jim Demick (interested)
? – Cheshire Jean Freeman (interested)
—are taken so far. We are flexible
(Artists have rights to change their mind and might do a different piece all the way until they submit their piece)
Also do junoir artist (My daughter is one)
Beauty and the Beast


This is a call to all Artists, we are starting our new theme Mashup. If your interested you can email us at You need to submit a bio with your piece for people know who you are and can follow what your working on now. The money we raise gets donated to Relay for Life – to fight against cancer. Pieces need to be “family friendly” (no blood/gore and no nudity). Deadline is beginning of next year. If we get them sooner that is great. If you have any questions feel free to email us. You can also follow us on our facekbook page where you will see more updates of our Artist bios and their pieces. Plus events where we will be at logo

Motor City Comic Con

This weekend we will be setup at Motor City Comic Con in Novi, MI. The Schedule is 12:30-7pm Friday, 10:30am-7pm Saturday, and 10:30am-5pm Sunday. We have some great new pieces by new artist and returning artist for a third year doing this. Plus with the Relay coming up next weekend, we are getting really to start our new theme for 2016-2017 Mashup.

Just some of our new artist Jay Bradshaw, Bryan Revell, Jake Goodman, Myrrhkuri. We will be updating more soon.

Our theme this year is Sci-Fi

We have had some very cool art this year so far. Star Trek, Star Wars (classic and new), Alien, Looney Tunes, Transformers by Jim Demick, Michael Wooley, Joshua King, Don England and Jessica Kobe with more to come.

We will be at conventions plus Briscoe Family Ties relay events. Check YourComicCon for events (March 19th and April 2nd with more) and Motor City Comic Con (May 13-15) for info. Briscoe Family Ties facebook page will have events listed with Potbelly this month 23th and 31st. Sports Venue on April 23. Relay is May 21st-22nd.

Just want to take a second to thank all the artist, A to Z Cards and Comics and our friend John “the Guru”.

Plus if you pick up one of these pieces at A to Z Cards and Comics, take a picture at the store with you and the piece, post it to our facebook page and get a free raffle ticket to win the original Prime artwork that will be raffle off April 2nd at Pure Mich-Con. (you will be able to get tickets at the event too) Artwork by Joshua King.

Classic Movie Monster #1 – Phantom of the Opera by Roger Scholz

This piece was donated by Roger Scholz (Wicked Illustration). He is an illustrator
out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. He draws what he loves and that happens to be
monsters, ghouls and all around creepy stuff (oh and hot rods & pin-up too).
With a diverse style and approach Roger is the multiple personality of the horror art world.
**some of his art may not be for younger viewers**

phantom - full size

Drawing for a Cure is where local artist have donated their artwork to help raise money to fight against cancer.

My family Briscoe Family Ties walks in the Relay for Life – Garden City chapter. We wanted to try something a little different to help raise money. So my friend and myself came up with Drawing for a Cure where local artist donated artwork, then people would get a chance to own original artwork, make donates to get prints plus get the artist information out there for people could find out more about them.

We are always looking for new artist. You can contact us here or

We have done 3 themes so far, Classic Movie Monsters, Comicbook Heroes and Villains, and the Newest Sci-Fi movies/tv shows.