Bid on Marvel Comics for a Good Cause!
Attention, Marvel Blog True Believers: do you want to get your hands on super rare, all-time great Marvel Comics issues, including the first appearances of seminal characters like Spider-Woman and Wolverine? Then we have good news for you: if you bid on the Marvel Comics that are up for auction on eBay to benefit the Center for Cartoon Studios BIPOC Cartoonist Fund, you could plug these gaps in your collection while also supporting a very good cause!
CCS BIPOC Cartoonist Fund
There are seven incredible Marvel Comics issues that are up for auction to benefit the good cause of the CCS BIPOC Cartoonist Fund.
According to the article posted by my wife Avery Kaplan to Comics Beat on Tuesday, January 18th, 2022, “The BIPOC Cartoonist fund is designed to both further the diversity of comics production and bring creative voices from the margins towards the center by providing funding to cartoonists who are Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color.”
In addition to 1974’s The Incredible Hulk #181 by Len Wein, Herb Trimpe, Jack Abel, Glynis Wein, and Artie Simek, the first appearance of Wolverine, you can also bid on Marvel Spotlight (1977) #32 by Archie Goodwin, Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney, Irv Watanabe, and Janice Cohen, the first appearance of Spider-Woman.
And are you more of a fan of the villains of the Marvel multiverse? Consider bidding on Iron Man (1973) #55 by Jim Starlin, Mike Friedrich, Mike Esposito, and John Costanza… the first appearance of Thanos!
Marvel Comics for a Good Cause
If you want to bid on any of the seven Marvel Comics that the CCS is auctioning off for a very good cause, the CCS BIPOC Cartoonist Fund, you have until Monday, January 24th, 2022 (but each auction ends at a slightly different time, so be sure and keep an eye out or miss losing the issue you have in your charitable crosshairs).