Dylan Williams Benefit; Albert Fish

Dylan Williams, founder of Sparkplug comics, is battling a serious case of cancer and his friends have contributed artwork for sale on ebay to help pay for his treatment.  If you have some extra money burning a hole in your pocket, go here and bid away.   I already placed my meager bids and saw the prices rise beyond my pathetic limit, so, since I can’t pay what I think some of these artworks are worth to help, I’ll just try to spread the word.

Edit (9/12/2011):   I just read here that Dylan Williams died this weekend.  R.I.P.

I don’t know Dylan personally, but have a couple Sparkplug books in my collection (they have published books by both Chris Cilla and Tom Neeley; artists I admire)… plus I was in Dylan’s shoes several years ago (cancer + bills = serious stress).  Thirteen years later I think I’m only alive because of the help and support of family and friends (as well as some creative treatment options thought up by my care provider).

If anyone wins that mask at right, I’ll trade you something for it.  It looks like a cross between an Ultraman space villain and an African mask; I just love it.

In other news, I just finished reading “Deranged” by Harold Schecter.  This is the story of Albert Fish, the serial killer/cannibal/pedophile/sadist/masochist/child murderer/every other horrible thing you can think of who was executed for the murder of a 10 year old girl in NYC in the 1930s.  Creepy.

Edit: Here is a very NSFW drawing I made about Albert Fish. Note that Albert Fish was a seriously fucked up dude; don’t click if you are offended by images of masturbating old men whipping themselves.


One Comment on “Dylan Williams Benefit; Albert Fish”

  1. Wde says:

    The mask is awesome. I bid on it. If I win I’m sure we can work something out.


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