If you need an incentive to help a two-year-old boy with his leukemia treatment beyond basic human decency, how about an original page from one of the best Batman stories of the past decade?
An eBay seller is auctioning off the above page from Detective Comics #871, the first part of the acclaimed "The Black Mirror" storyline by Scott Snyder and Jock, to help a little boy named Nathaniel, who has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Jock himself donated the art for the auction.
Prolific photographer (Leaping Tall Buildings), comic book writer (Creator-Owned Heroes) and general mover and shaker in the Brooklyn (and wider) comic book community Seth Kushner was diagnosed with leukemia last month. The 40-year-old husband and father has been forced to cancel convention appearances as he receives chemotherapy and is now awaits a bone marrow transplant.
Check out a sampling of Aidan's illustrations below:Aidan is a 5-year old boy who last month was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. It's rough, and he'll be in treatment for the next few years of his life, but the kid's prognosis is good. The medical bills are not. To help cover the costs, Aidan's father Wylie has been selling his son's incredibly cute and strangely compelling artwork online. Featuring depictions of Wolverine, Sponge Bob and a number of original creations, Aidan's artwork is flying off the virtual shelf, according to an update on his Facebook fan page, but there's still time to pick up some of these cute and inexpensive pieces to help a fellow fanboy beat cancer.
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