Donate Comic Book Art - Comic Book Drawings Donation

Donate Comic ArtDonate Comic Book Art, Popular Original cover art and Comic Artist Drawing Donations. Trying to sell comic book art or valuable comic book drawings yourself usually results in time wasted and lowball offers. When you donate comic book art through Collectibles with Causes, we make sure the entire process is fast and easy and that the tax deduction is financially beneficial. Most of our comic book art donors donate comic book art they have had on their walls for years, while others donate multiple pieces that have been carefully tucked away in their attic. Whichever the case, all left with the satisfaction of knowing their comic book art donation truly helped someone in need through our program.

If you are looking to sell comic book art, consider this, when you donate comic book art to charity, you will help us to continue to support charitable causes precious to us all, plus enjoy a Tax write-off based on the current market value of your comic book art. Over the years, we have received hundreds of comic book art donations from generous donors such as yourself and also directly from the multi-talented artists that create the comic book art themselves. Comic book art donations can cover all of the various mediums, such as pencil, pen, ink, markers, acrylic and ink-wash. We use your comic book art donations during charity fundraising events, or sell at maximum price to our comic book art collector patrons we know that go out of their way to support our cause. Unlike other charities, our staff is up to date on current comic book price guides and comic book art prices and invite you to call us toll free 888-228-7320 to discuss how we can help you gain the maximum value for the your comic book drawings through a tax deduction, as well as help those in need.

Popular Comic Book Artists we guarantee a Full Market Tax Write-off are:
  • Adam Hughes - Pencils, inks and colors his own covers, using both traditional and digital mediums. Dark Horse series Ghost, Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Batgirl and 20+ years of DC comic artwork.
  • Alex Ross - Alex's work has celebrated the 60th anniversaries of Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman. Forty years ago, Spider-Man discovered that with great power comes great responsibility. Alex Ross is one of the world's most preeminent and well-respected comic book artists. It's a job he's been preparing for almost all of his life.
  • Angel Medina - Medina started his career illustrating such titles as Berserker and Megaton in Megaton Comics. He subsequently worked on Dreadstar and Hammer Of God, before beginning to work for Marvel Comics on The Incredible Hulk, Warlock and the Infinity Watch, Blackwulf, Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Marvel Knights Spider-Man.
  • Bernie Wrightson - Famous artist Bernie Wrightson has been creating horror artwork for over 45 years and is an American artist known for his terror illustrations and comic novels. He's worked on Spidbpenerman, Batman and The Punisher, and supplied painted covers for the DC comics Nevermore and Toe Tags, among many others. Recent works include Frankenstein Alive , Dead She Said, the Ghoul and Doc Macabre.
  • Frank Brunner - Frank Brunner is an American comic book artist and illustrator famous for his work at Marvel Comics on The Silver Surfer and Doctor Strange. Brunner entered the comics profession as a horror writer-artist for its black-and-white comics magazines Web of Horror, Creepy, Eerie, and Vampirella.
  • Frank Miller - Frank Miller is perhaps one of the most innovative writer artists in recent times. His name is synonymous with the words “genius” and “legend” or even “legendary genius.” Best known for his comic book stories and graphic novels such as Ronin, Daredevil: Born Again, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City and 300.
  • George Pérez - During his historic career, George has worked for every major publisher, as well as some minor ones. He is well known for his runs on Fantastic Four, The Inhumans, The New Teen Titans, Wonder Woman, Marvel Comics' Avengers series and Crisis on Infinite Earths.
  • Gil Kane - Gil Kane has worked extensively for both Marvel and DC and Stan Lee's Atlas line. Hulk, Thor, Captain Marvel and over 800 covers for comics such as 'Daredevil', 'Ka-Zar', 'Savage!', 'Ghost Rider' and many, many others. His additional pencil credits include a great many titles like 'Black Panther', 'The Micronauts', 'Daredevil', 'Warlock', 'Conan' and 'John Carter of Mars'.
  • Jack Kirby - Jack Kirby was an American comic book artist widely regarded as one of the most prolific and influential creators. During his nearly 70-year career with DC and Marvel on works such as Captain America, Forth World, Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Black Panther, the X-Men and dozens more.
  • Jim Lee - Lee found success at Marvel Comics and his work included Alpha Flight, Punisher War Journal and X-Men. Lee designed new uniforms for characters such as Cyclops, Gambit, Jean Grey, Rogue, Psylocke and Storm, creating the images that an entire generation of X-Men readers certainly know.
  • Jim Steranko - His most famous comic book work was with the 1960s superspy silver age feature Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. in Marvel Comics' Strange Tales. Known for a style he termed "Zap Art. Had short runs on X-Men and Captain America, Tower of Shadows, Doc Savage and was the founding editor of Marvel's official fan magazine, FOOM.
  • Joe Kubert - Joe Kubert was an American comic book artist best known for his work on the DC Comics characters Sgt. Rock and Hawkman. He is also known for working on his own creations, such as Tor, Son of Sinbad, and the Viking Prince and the comic strip Tales of the Green Beret.
  • John Buscema - John Buscema was an American comic book artist for Marvel Comics during the 1960s and 1970s. He is best known for his run on the series The Avengers and The Silver Surfer, and for over 200 stories featuring the sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian. In addition, he pencilled at least one issue of nearly every major Marvel title, including long runs on two of the company's top magazines Fantastic Four and Thor.
  • John Byrne - Byrne's better-known work has been on Marvel Comics' X-Men and Fantastic Four and the 1986 relaunch of DC Comics' Superman franchise. Penciller, inker, letterer and writer. During the 1990s he produced a number of works, including Next Men and Danger Unlimited. He scripted the first issues of Mike Mignola's Hellboy series and produced a number of Star Trek comics.
  • Marc Silvestri - Silvestri joined Marvel Comics in the late 1980s, and became the penciller on Uncanny X-Men and the spin-off title Wolverine. Other successes include the titles Witchblade, The Darkness, Inferno Hellbound, Fathom, Hunter-Killer, Cyberforce, Image United and X-Men: Messiah Complex.
  • Michael Turner - Michael was an American comics artist known for his work on Witchblade, Fathom, Superman/Batman, Soulfire, and various covers for DC Comics and Marvel Comics. Ballistic, Tomb Raider, Action Comics, The Flash, Justice League of America, Supergirl, Fantastic Four, Ultimate X-men and Wolverine were also titles he worked on.
  • Mike Deodato - Mike Deodato worked on Wonder Woman, The Mighty Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Doctor Strange spin-off Witches and became the regular penciller of The Amazing Spider-Man and The New Avengers. Regular penciller for the Marvel title Thunderbolts, Dark Avengers and Secret Avengers.
  • Neal Adams - Neal Adams is an American comic book artist known for helping to create modern DC Comics characters Superman, Batman, and Green Lantern/Green Arrow. Worked with Marvel Fantastic Four, X-men, The Avengers, War of the Worlds and Amazing Adventures.
  • Tim Sale - Tim Sale produced popular work such as the Batman as well as Superman and Catwoman. At Marvel Comics, Daredevil, Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain America and the Superman Confidential series.
  • Will Eisner - Will was one of the earliest cartoonists to work in the American comic book industry, and his series The Spirit (1940–1952) was noted for its experiments in content and form. In 1978, he popularized the term "graphic novel" with the publication of his book A Contract with God. He was an early contributor to formal comics studies with his book Comics and Sequential Art (1985). The Eisner Award was named in his honor, and is given to recognize achievements each year in the comics medium.
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