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Auction for the Fabers is live

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Updated to add: You can find all the auctions right here.

On Tuesday, December 16, 2008, a series of auctions will begin at 5:00 p.m. Central Time, benefiting Rich Faber and his family. Rich is a well-known comic book inker and co-creator of the indy superhero series BUZZBOY. His wife Traci is battling Stage 4 metastatic melanoma. According to organizer Drew Geraci:

Times aren’t easy for anyone right now, but the Fabers are also raising their 2-year old son at home, and could use all the help that they can get right now as they try to pay for costly cancer treatments for Traci.

100% of the money raised through these auctions will be donated directly to the Faber family. These auctions are being run by longtime DC comic inker Drew Geraci, and Splash Page Comic Art.”

Inker Andy Owens has generously donated a page from the top-selling Buffy The Vampire Slayer series (written by Joss Whedon, pencilled by Georges Jeanty, published by Dark Horse).

A three piece set of Punisher try out pieces penciled by Louis Small Jr. and inked by Punisher Cover artist Tim Bradstreet. Tim stated that he was asked by his editor at marvel a while back to ink some of Louis Small’s pencils when they were considering having him pencil a run on the main Punisher title. All three pieces are drawn on 11 X 17″ comic art boards, and come together as a set. Donated by Tim Bradstreet & Splash Page Comic Art.

Ethan Van Sciver – Batman Spiderman & MJ. This fun commission is penciled & inked by Ethan Van Sciver on 11 X 17″ comic art board. Spidey’s sense tingles as he see’s Batman making a play for MJ. Donated by Mark Hay of Splash Page Comic Art

Paolo Rivera Wolverine sketch This sketch of Wolverine is drawn in pencil by Amazing Spiderman & Mythos artist Paolo Rivera on a piece of 11 X 14″ bristol board.


We’re previewing a selection of the art and will update with links when the auction goes live.


  1. Scott,

    At this point, the best thing you can do is bid, with the Holidays fast approaching.

    I didn’t hit up the comics community at large because creators get lots of email requests for donations to various charities already and sometimes creators are tapped out.

    I have more art that Mark Hay could’ve posted, but I thought it would be more effective to have a smaller “cream of the crop”auction considering our time restraint before people leave for the holidays.

    Please spread the word.

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