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Stan Lee Presents the World of Heroes T-shirt Design Contest

How many of you out there like to draw cartoon characters and super heroes in your spare time? Oh come on, you can’t fool me. You’re a geek and we all know it. Well, what if I told you that even you could have a chance to create a super hero that would help save the world? In a sense, that’s exactly what this latest t-shirt design contest from Mass Canvas represents. Stan Lee is working with them on this latest design contest in order to help judge and decide which t-shirts will make the cut. In fact, he will be hands on throughout the campaign and will personally be congratulating the winners. A portion of the sales made from the winning t-shirts will be donated to the John Wayne Cancer Institute, which helps to fight for the cure for cancer. As if that wasn’t enough to convince you of how awesome this contest is, every contest winner will be receiving a $1,000 prize!

Needless to say, this is a pretty awesome contest. Not only can you help donate money to a cause that is attempting to save the world, but Stan the Man himself will be choosing the winners! Of course, the prize money doesn’t hurt either. Even though Stan will be choosing the 5 winning t-shirts, fans and contributors can help vote for their Top 20 favorite designs in the contest. This contest will run from November 4th through to November 20th, so if you’re interested at all, you should check out MassCanvas.com for more information. But why take their word for it? Check out the video below of Stan announcing the contest to the world. What are you waiting for? Get to it and design some awesome t-shirts! Oh, and don’t forget to follow them on Facebook for a chance to win some awesome giveaways!

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