A very nice piece, appropriate in tone and respectful of what these benefit comics are trying to achieve. (I'll even forgive a reference to the speed with which Marvel's Heroes produced as "almost faster than a speeding bullet...")
In the piece, the writer quotes a number of comics personalities--implying a pleasant degree of amount of involvement and initiative on her part. Nitpickers will be vexed by a reference to Stan Lee as "the creator of heroes like Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk and Batman," but it's a very good piece overall.
I'm sure this piece will direct more attention to the various forthcoming benefit books, which can only be a good thing for the various charities.
Congratulations to all concerned for getting this coverage.
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