‘In Memory of Eric Martin’ Auction Donation Fund

Just a Reminder about the Auctions going on for Eric Martin’s Daughter Gracie as organized by Geek Syndicate.

From the Geek Syndicate Website:

As most listeners of our podcast know Eric Martin, died of a massive heart attack on November 18th during his sleep. He was aged only 36. Eric was a great supporter of Geek Syndicate back when we first started and came on a few episodes and stayed in touch with myself and Dave. He then went on to start up a few podcasts of his own Comic Playground and DC Noise. He was also a regular contributor to many of the comic book podcasts out there and their forum.

He was a huge supporter of the Comic Podcasting community who loved comics and all things geek.

His brother Mike has now set up a Donation fund and all the money will go to Eric’s 8 year old daughter Gracie.

Dave and I decided we would organize a small auction of some cool stuff to raise money for the fund.

The auction has now started on ebay. More items will be added as the day and week goes on. Any items which do not initially sell will be auctioned again at a later date with the proceeds going to the fund.

Simply click on the relevant links below to be taken to the Auction of your choice

  • Auction 3 – Two Star Wars RARE art prints here and here donated by Tommy Lee Edwards (Batman, Daredevil, Hellboy, Star Wars) will be donating .  Signed artist proofs that he did for Star Wars Celebration shows ( Coming Soon)
  • Auction 4,5 & 6 – 2000AD will be donating a Greg Staples signed sketch, Books of Invasions Vol. 1,2 & 3 signed both by Pat Mills and Clint Langley (with a quick sketch in each by Clint) and a signed copy of Pat Mills’ Requiem Book One.

We would like to thank all of the  folks who have so kindly offered to contribute something to the auction.

Barry and Dave

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