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Vasilis Lolos auctioning art to benefit stray dogs in Greece

Original art is a growing market for creators and fans alike, and for the holidays artist Vasilis Lolos is selling choice pages of his work for a good cause. The Last Call cartoonist is auctioning off pages from his work at Marvel, Image and Dark Horse, as well as his self-published projects, with all proceeds to benefit stray dogs in Athens, Greece.

"During this time of winter and the constant bombings and riots, these stray dogs need a helping hand," Lolos says. "This is why I created these auctions, so I can sell my artwork really cheap but help somebody in need."

When he says "cheap," he means it. Pages from Pirates of Coney Island started out at $9 U.S., and a full 10-page story that appeared in Spider-Man Family #2 is currently at $132.50. Lolos has also posted a seven-page section of his contribution to the Eisner-winning anthology 5. Here's a look at those pages:

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