The latest relief effort the beleaguered comics industry, #Creators4Comics begins today, with more than 100 comics creators auctioning off some unique items, The idea is to offer some truly unique items to raise funds for retailers through the Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC). If you ever wanted to star in a Chip Zdarsky erotic comic, or hang out with Leah Williams drunk on her Animal Crossing: New Horizons island, today is your day. Auctions on these items, as well as scripts like Ram V’s These Savage Shores and art from Greg Capullo and Rafael Albuquerque are available right now, through the #Creators4Comics hashtag. Or just stick around a little longer and check out our round up of some of our favorites.

If you haven’t heard about the auction, check out the details below and our coverage from yesterday.

Creators/people run their own individual auctions by tweeting under the hashtag #Creators4Comics.

Twitter users scroll through the auction items under the hashtag and reply to individual item threads to place their bids.

The winning bidder donates directly to BINC and submits the proof of donation to the auctioneer to claim their item.

Want to skip right to the good stuff up for auction? Just search the Twitter hashtag #Creators4Comics.

First off, here are Zdarsky and Williams’ game-changing auctions.

Here’s the art that’s available, featuring Greg Capullo, Alex Maleev, Phil Jimenez, Jeff Lemire, Brad Anderson, Michael Gaydos, Danny Miki, Rafael Albuquerque and André Lima Araújo

Plus, Mitch Gerads is going to be dropping some Strange Adventures pages soon…

Here are various scripts and signed comics, featuring Marc Guggenheim, Kieron Gillen, Ram V, Steve Orlando, Greg Pak, Claudia Gray, Alex Paknadel, Caspar Wijngaard, Chris Ryall, Brandon T. Snider, Derek Charm, Preeti Chhibber

And misc, including a portfolio from Declan Shalvey, a statue from Cully Hamner, some Stranger Things merch from Matthew Modine, a Morganville Vampires gift basket from Rachel Caine, a 15 minute Skype call with Delilah S. Dawson