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The auctions benefit struggling comic book shops through Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC).

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Support comic shops: View every Jim Lee sketch so far in his 60 sketches in 60 days auction

The auctions benefit struggling comic book shops through Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC).

Jim Lee has taken up the task of drawing 60 sketches in 60 days – all of April and May – and auctioning them off on eBay to help comic book stores in need during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The proceeds to go the Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC) which provides relief for comic book retailers struggling during their store closures. Each auction lasts for three days and the winning bidder from the previous auction gets to name the next DC character that Lee draws. As an additional wrinkle, no character can be duplicated.

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As of today, Lee has raised over $85,000 for the BINC fund!

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The series of sketches is on day 13 with the latest character being Dark Multiverse mash-up of Batman and the Flash, Red Death. Note that a few of these sketches are still available to bid on, so act fast by navigating here.

The remaining weeks include:

Day 12 – Grim Knight

Day 11 – Deadman

Day 10 – Wonder Girl

Day 9 – Batman: Red Rain

Day 8 – Batman Beyond

Day 7 – Doomsday

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Day 6 – Big Barda

Day 5 – The Batman Who Laughs

Day 4 – Doctor Fate

Day 3 – Azrael

Day 2 – Bizarro Superman’

Day 1 – Nightwing

Check back here Sunday for an exclusive first look at Jim Lee’s latest sketch.

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