Mark Millar and Dynamic Forces have announced an auction that will put the winner in the pages of Nemesis, the upcoming super-villain book.  The funds from the auction will go help children with handicaps.

“My older brother, Dr. Bobby Millar, works with these children every day and he explained to me what a difference it would make if they could get a new bus,” Mark Millar explains.  “Resources are tight at all schools and hospitals in the current economic climate, but we had a great success with the Kick-Ass auction and feel hopeful that comic-book readers will dig deep again and they can build towards this pretty hefty amount of cash they need for the vehicle. Steven and I have had an amazing run of luck with Civil War and Old Man Logan and we’re hoping “Nemesis” will be similarly massive. To star as a comic-book hero is pretty cool and the intense movie-studio and production-company interest for “Nemesis” before the book even hits the stands should bode well that whoever wins this auction will get their name out there in many other media too, just like Dave Lizewski. I really hope people get behind this as the staff at the school do a terrific job and the kids would be delighted with this nice, new bus everyone has their eye on.”

The auction is already underway, so head over to eBay right now if you want to see yourself match wits with Millar’s latest creation.

via Dynamic Forces

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Stephen Schleicher

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  1. astrodinosaurus
    January 26, 2010 at 4:16 pm — Reply

    Pretty cool initiative. And if I’m not mistaken didn’t they do something similar when naming kick-ass alter ego.

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